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MANITOBA - Notre Dame de Lourdes - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 14

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Date: Sunday, 10 July 2016, at 9:29 p.m.

Raymond (Peanut) Labossiere

After a courageous battle with cancer, it is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Raymond T. Labossiere on Wednesday March 3, 2004 at the Lorne Memorial Hospital, at the age of 64 years.

He was predeceased by his parents Alexis and Marie Anne Labossiere.

He leaves to cherish his memory his loving and caring wife Yolande, one daughter Giselle (Clint), stepdaughter Sandra (Rick), stepson Ron (Tina), 2 granddaughters and 4 grandsons. He also leaves to mourn 2 brothers: Arthur (Rachel) and Paul (Dianne); 5 sisters: Jeanne, Annette (Louis, deceased), Edith (Ian, deceased), Lucille, Mickey (Marcel); special friend Marcel (Judy) Berard as well as many family and friends.

He worked most of his life for Lafarge in Winnipeg, until his retirement in July of 1999. Then he and his wife Yolande moved to Somerset, where they spent many good times with family and friends. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him.

The family would like to thank Dr. Desmond and staff at the Lorne Memorial Hospital, in Swan Lake, Manitoba and Dr. Menzies and staff and the Boundary Health Centre for their care and support.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the Our Lady of Nativity Roman Catholic Church, in Somerset, Manitoba, on Saturday March 6, 2004 at 11 a.m., with Father Celestin Malengu Mubaya officiating. Interment at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, friends may make donations to the Swan Lake Palliative Care Unit, Box 40, Swan Lake, MB R0G 2S0.

Adam's Funeral Home of Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba in care of arrangements. Phone 248-2201 or 1-888-400-2326. www.afh.ca

Blanche Marie Bruneau (née Lambert)

Peacefully at the St. Claude Hospital, on Friday February 27, 2004, after a courageous battle with cancer, Mrs. Blanche Bruneau, passed away at the age of 88 years.

She leaves to mourn her family Roger (Annette), Simone Rey (Léonel), Norbert (Marielle), Denis (Hélène), Roseline Green (Gary) and Georges. She also leaves 20 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren.

Also left to mourn are her sisters Maria Richard (Lambert), Yvonne Richard (Lambert) and husband Cléophas and her sisters-in-law Cécile Lambert, Marie Lemieux, Irène Dacquay, Hélène Goulet, Rose Bruneau and Marie-Louise Bruneau.

She was predeceased by her husband Félix in 1998, her son Henri in 1953, also 8 sisters and 3 brothers.

Blanche was born March 14, 1915 in St. Boniface. She was married in St. Claude in 1936 and lived on the farm until their retirement in 1974. Her hobbies included dancing, knitting, crochet, listening to old time music and was especially fond of taking care of her flowers.

Prayers will be held at Adam's Funeral Home on Monday March 1, 2004 at 8 p.m.. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the St. Claude Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday March 2, 2004 at 2 p.m. Full obituary to follow.

The family wishes to thank Dr. Arie Lazarus, and the nurses and staff at the St. Claude Hospital for the wonderful care and support we received. Also to Father Jean-Jacques Serceau, Msgr. Roger Bazin and Sr. Cécile for their words of encouragement and visits to the hospital.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the St. Claude Pavillon or to the St. Claude Palliative Care Unit.

Adam's Funeral Home of Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba in care of arrangements. Phone 248-2201 or 1-888-400-2326. www.afh.ca

Mary Desilets (nee Gillis)

A heart of gold stopped beating…

Peacefully, on Tuesday, February 24, 2004 at St. Boniface Hospital, with her family at her side, Mary Desilets passed away at the age of 78 years.

She will be lovingly remembered by her 4 children: Karen (Roland) Cyrenne, Louise (Jim) Ogston, Leonard (Mona), Christine Morse and her friend Jeff; 10 grandchildren: Blake (Dayna) Cyrenne, Cheryl (Randy) Rubeniuk, Darcie Roy, Dale Qually, Jill (Sean) Johnston, Jenny Ogston, Ryan Desilets, Lori Desilets, Tyler Morse and Jan Morse; and 6 great grandchildren: Jenna and Riley Cyrenne, Kyle, Garrett and Hailey Rubeniuk, and Dawson Roy. She is also survived by her 3 sisters: Joyce (Claude) Rivard, Pat (Rene) Arnal and Gloria (Curt) Olson; 2 sisters-in-law Anita and Yvette as well as numerous relatives and friends.

She is predeceased by her husband George (2001), her parents Adolf and Gabrielle, her sister Julienne, her brothers Rene and Maurice and her grandson Jamie Desilets.

Mary was born on February 10, 1926 in Kamsack, Saskatchewan. At the age of 11, she moved to Elie, Manitoba where she spent the rest of her life. She was very active in the community. After her children were in school, Mary worked at Gillis Store until she became employed at the Elie Credit Union where she stayed for approximately 18 years. She was always ready to help in any way she could, volunteering her time and energy willingly. She was athletic and loved curling, gardening and later in life, golfing and bowling. She enjoyed travelling and had the pleasure of some beautiful trips while George was alive. After George passed away, she moved to the Cartier Manor in Elie where she spent her days socializing, playing cards and knitting. Many babies have known the warmth of her knitted "owl" sweaters.

Her favourite times were the family gatherings. She loved to plan and organize meals and get-togethers for Christmas, Easter, Thanksgiving and other special days of the year. Outings with her sisters were something that she looked forward to with great anticipation. Her children knew they could always count on her for advice and support in all their endeavours. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren loved to visit "granny" because they knew she would always welcome them and have special treats for them.

Her family would like to extend their sincere thanks to the staff at Grace Hospital and St. Boniface Hospital MICU. Special thanks to nurse Blake who never left her side.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made in her memory to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba.

Mass of the Christian Burial will be held at the Blessed Sacrament Church in Elie, Manitoba on Saturday February 28, 2004 at 2:00 p.m., preceded with Recitation of the Rosary at 1:30 p.m. Father Albert Lafrenière officiating. Interment at a later date.

Adam's Funeral Service of Elie, Manitoba in care of arrangements. Phone 1-888-400-2326. www.afh.ca

Emma Bernardin (nee Bruneau)

Peacefully, with her family at her side, at the Grace General Hospital on Friday February 20, 2004, Mrs. Emma Bernardin of Elie, Manitoba passed away at the age of 85 years.

She will be sadly missed by her seven children: Evelyn (Max), Louise (Vic), Gilbert, Therese, Doris (Rick), Eva (Rod), Linda (Bob), 19 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. She also leaves to cherish her memory 3 sisters: Anna, Lillian and Therese, one brother Hector and numerous nieces and nephews. Emma was predeceased by her beloved husband Armand in 1981 and by two brothers: Aime and Pete.

She touched the hearts of many and was loved by all who knew her. She appreciated and lived life to the fullest. She will be sadly missed by all her family and friends.

Prayers will be said on Tuesday February 24 at 2:30 p.m. followed by Funeral Mass at 3:00 p.m. in the Blessed Sacrament Church in Elie, Manitoba with Father Albert Lafrenière officiating, assisted by Father Robert Bernardin. Interment to follow in the Parish Cemetery.

As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations may be made to the Manitoba Heart and Stroke Foundation.

Special thanks to Dr. Kramer, Dr. Young and all members of the medical staff at the Grace General Hospital.

Adam's Funeral Service of Elie, Manitoba in care of arrangements. Phone 1-888-400-2326. www.afh.ca

Lorraine Routhier (nee Messner)

Peacefully at the Lorne Memorial Hospital on Tuesday February 17, 2004, Mrs. Lorraine Routhier of Somerset, Manitoba passed away at the age of 67 years.

She leaves to mourn her passing her beloved husband Irenée Routhier; 8 children: Michel Routhier (Cheryl), Richard Routhier (Pauline), Rosemarie Watson, Norma Gagnon (Maurice), Marcel Routhier (Kathy), Annette Gagnon, Roméo Routhier and René Routhier (Laura); 15 grandchildren: Marc, Daniel, Rebecca, Eric, Justine, Nicole, Robert, Kyle, Troy, Kathleen, Keith, Cindy, Nadine, Chantal and Ashley; and 1 great-grandchild: Braydon.

Mom will always be remembered for her love, kindness and generosity. She especially treasured her time with family and friends who also treasured her dearly. Even though mom was suffering through a courageous bout with diabetes, she always had a smile, a quick joke and a loving embrace.

We love you mom, wife, sister and mémère.

May God care for you as you did for us.

She was predeceased by her parents Joseph and Aurise Messner, her brother Gerard Messner, her sister Irène Carrière and by 2 brothers-in-law Albert Carrière and Ted Halbread.

With respect for Lorraine's wishes, viewing will be held on Friday for immediate family and specific invited guests only, with cremation to follow. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the Notre-Dame de La Nativité Roman Catholic Church in Somerset, Manitoba on Saturday February 21, 2004 at 2 p.m. with Father Célestin Malengu Mubaya and Father Gérald Labossière officiating. Interment at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association of Canada (Winnipeg Chapter) and to the Palliative Care Unit in the Lorne Memorial Hospital, P.O. Box 40, Swan Lake, Mb R0G 2S0.

Adam's Funeral Home of Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba in care of arrangements. Phone 248-2201 or 1-888-400-2326. www.afh.ca

Ken Chambers

Born July 26, 1947
Died February 12, 2004 in St. Lupicin, Manitoba his home for 28 years

His friends and family invite you to a gathering in his memory at the Community Hall in Altamont, Manitoba Saturday, February 21, 2004 at 2:00 p.m.

...sometimes when you're doing simple things around the house maybe you'll think of me and smile you know I'm tied to you like the buttons on your blouse keep me in your heart for awhile…
hold me in your thoughts, take me to your dreams, touch me as I fall into view when the winter comes keep the fires lit and I will be right next to you…

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to
Hogwatch Manitoba
#2 - 70 Albert St.
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3B 1E7

Marie Thérèse Bellec (née Hince)

Peacefully at the Ste. Anne Hospital on Monday February 9, 2004, Mrs. Marie Bellec formerly of St. Claude, Manitoba passed away at the age of 82 years.

She leaves to mourn her passing 2 daughters: Odile (Auguste) Meyer of Notre Dame de Lourdes, and Diane (Raymond) Connelly of Ste. Anne; 2 sons: Louis Bellec of Paris, France and Norbert (Linda) Bellec of St. Vital; 13 grandchildren: Gilles (Maxine), Marc (Jackie), Guy (Judy), Joël, René, Patrick, Michel, Nicole (Denis), Ginette, Marc, Lynne, Jessi, Melissa; and 2 great grandchildren: Ashley and Maegan. She also leaves to mourn 1 sister: Adèle Bellec; 3 brothers: Louis (Jeanne), Alphonse (Geraldine), Henri (Cécile); 4 sisters-in-law: Anne-Marie Lapointe, Irène Bellec, Robertine Hince and Pearl Lambert; and 2 brothers-in-law: Luc Gautron and Armand Jacques.

She was predeceased by her husband Marcel in 1988, her son-in-law René in 1979 and by her grandson Roger in 1987.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the St. Claude Roman Catholic Church on Thursday February 12, 2004 at 2 p.m., preceded by Recital of the Rosary. Interment to follow in the Parish Cemetery with Father Jean-Jacques Serceau officiating.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Central Plains Cancer Care Services, 318 Saskatchewan Ave. E., Portage la Prairie, MB R1N 0K8.

The family wishes to thank Dr. J.J. Gobeil and the Ste. Anne Hospital, and to the excellent staff at the Villa Youville for the loving care given to our mother and grandmother during her stay.

Adam's Funeral Home of Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba in care of arrangements. Phone 248-2201 or 1-888-400-2326. www.afh.ca

Noel Brétécher

It is with deep sorrow the family announces the passing of Noel Brétécher at the Riverview Health Centre on June 4, 2004 after a brief struggle with cancer at the age of 59 years.

Left to cherish him, are his beloved wife of 37 years Suzanne (Labossière), son Joel (Josée Gosselin) daughter Danielle (Norbert Jamault), grandchildren Mélanie and Julie Brétécher and Justin, Dérik and Zacharie Jamault, sister Jeannette (Edward Mudray) brothers Eugene (Linda), Léo (Jean), Roger (Linda) and sister-in-law Jean.

He was predeceased by his parents Hélène and Armand and brother Dennis.

He will be very fondly remembered by Suzanne`s sibilings, Father Gérald, Guy (Olive), Richard (Eva) and Raymond Labossière, Huguette (Gérald Vigier), Pierrette (Willis Kleebaum), Yolande Labossière and sister-in-law Fleurette Labossière, as well as many cherished nephews, nieces and many close friends. Noel was born and raised in Toutes-Aides, Manitoba where he spent his childhood. After high school he joined Royal Bank in February 1964, and made it his career for 32 years until his retirement in May 1996. There he acquired many lasting friendships that were very dear to him. In Spring of 1997, he joined Caisse Populaire Saint-Boniface, where he worked with wonderful people who were very special to him.

Dad has always been dedicated to his profession. He will be remembered for his kind, gentle and caring nature, his deep devotion to his family and his great pride in his grandchildren. He was a humble individual loved by everyone who had the opportunity to meet him.

His most precious memories were when he was surrounded by family and friends at the family cottage in Lac du Bonnet which became his retirement home. His hobbies were fishing, BBQing, carpentry/renovating and entertaining.

In August 2003, Dad officially retired and moved to Lac du Bonnet eager to begin a new life at the cottage. Unfortunately, a few weeks into his retirement he was stricken with cancer and unable to fulfill his life-long dream.

The family wishes to thank the wonderful caring team of Palliative Care 3East, Riverview Health Centre, Dr. Garcia, and community palliative care nurse Myrna. Special thanks is extended to the personnel of Caisse Populaire who were so caring and supportive throughout his illness and to all his friends and relatives who made a difference in his life. Special gratitude goes out to Willis Kleebaum, brother-in-law and best friend who spent countless hours comforting Noel and was always by his side to cheer him up.

Dad, we can finally take comfort in knowing you have found peace and tranquility in heaven. May this new home embrace you with eternal love and joy. In us, your spirit will live forever. We will miss you dearly.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the St. Martyrs-Canadiens Catholic Church, 289 Dussault in St. Boniface on Tuesday June 8, 2004 at 2 p.m. with Father Armand LeGal and Father Gerald Labossière officiating. Interment to follow in Glen Lawn Memorial Gardens.

Flowers gratefully declined. As expressions of sympathy, if friends and family so wish, donations may be made to CancerCare Manitoba or Riverview Health Centre Palliative Care.

Lovingly Remembered

Adam's Funeral Home of Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba in care of arrangements. Phone 248-2201 or 1-888-400-2326.

Lucie Rossier (nee Chaput)

Peacefully at the Ste. Anne Hospital on Thursday June 3, 2004, Mrs. Lucie Rossier formerly of Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba passed away at the age of 81 years.

Lucie leaves to mourn her loving husband Paul Alphonse Rossier; 2 sons Michel and Marius; 5 sisters: Hélène, Héloise, Thérèse, Germaine and Gabrielle; 3 brothers: Louis, Francois and Camille; and numerous nieces and nephews, relatives and friends.

Lucie was predeceased by her parents Arthur and Maria; 2 brothers: Norbert and Roland; and by 2 sisters: Flavie and Blandine,

Lucie was born in Letellier, Manitoba in 1922 to her parents Arthur Chaput and Maria Baril. Lucie was a nurse for many years in Ste. Anne and Notre Dame de Lourdes. Her caring nature and big heart was noticable not only at work, but carried through to her every day life. This made her a loveable and unforgettable person.

Prayers will be held at Adam's Funeral on Monday June 7, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday June 8, 2004 at 2 p.m. preceded by Recitation of the Rosary. Father Alphonse Bongo officiating with interment to follow in the Parish Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Ste. Anne Hospital.

Adam's Funeral Home of Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba in care of arrangements. Phone 248-2201 or 1-888-400-2326. www.afh.ca

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