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MANITOBA - Notre Dame de Lourdes - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 18

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Yvonne Clermont (Nee Dousselaere)
June 13, 1935 - December 2, 2005

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Yvonne after a long and difficult illness. Yvonne passed away December 2, at the Baldur Personal Care Home at the age of 70 years.

Yvonne is survived by Leo, her loving husband of 47 years; children Joanne (Peter) Cohoe, Dianne DeMeuleneire, Wayne (Lucie) Clermont; grandchildren Brendan & Dylan Cohoe, Courtney, Lindsey and Justin DeMeuleneire; her mother Mary Dousselaere, sister Simonne (Lucien) Hacault; brothers Rene (Lorraine) and Jerry (Pat) Dousselaere; sisters in law Marcella Dousselaere, Jeannie (Frank) Curran and Ellen Clermont; brothers in law Emil and Charles (Sharon) Clermont, and numerous nieces and nephews.

Yvonne was predeceased by a brother Gerald at birth, her father Alphonse Dousselaere (1981), her brother George Dousselaere (1989), and her granddaughter Ashleigh Cohoe (1999).

Yvonne was born on June 13, 1935 and grew up on the farm near Holland Mb. In 1958 she married Leo and they resided on a farm near Cartwright. In 1966 they bought a farm south of Greenway, and she resided there until the fall of 2003 when her illness took her to the Baldur Personal Care Home.

Yvonne was a stay at home mother who loved to garden, crochet and do crafts. Bingo was a regular Sunday evening event as well. She loved to visit and have company. Visitors were always fed, and never left her table hungry. In the fall, she donated garden produce to everyone. Her homemade bread and buns were very popular. Her family was very important to her and she remained close to all her brothers and sisters throughout her life. She rarely missed a family get together.

The family would like to thank all of the relatives and friends who made numerous visits to Mom in the Baldur home in the past few years. Mom loved the company. We would also like to thank Dr. Morton, Dr. Desmond and the wonderful staff at the Baldur Personal Care Home/Hospital. We always felt that Mom had exceptional care there.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Assumption of the Lord Church in Mariapolis, Mb on Thursday December 8, 2005 at 11 a.m. with Father Firmin Michiels officiating. Interment in the Mariapolis Parish Cemetery with a lunch following at the hall.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Parkinson's Society of Manitoba, 302-171 Donald St, Winnipeg, MB R3C 1L8; or to the Arthritis Society, 105-386 Broadway, Winnipeg, MB R3C 3R6; or to the Baldur Manor, Baldur, MB R0K 0B0.

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

Armand Vielfaure

On Sunday, November 27, 2005, following a brief but courageous battle with cancer, it is with great sadness, we announce the passing of Armand, husband, father and grandfather, at the Riverview Centre, at the age of 73 years.

Left to cherish his memory are: his wife of 50 years, Juliette (Augert); sons: Michel, Robert, Denis (Lori) and Marc; grandson: Paul, granddaughters: Krystal, Corrine, Cristine; sisters: Cleophé Budd, Irène Landreville, Lorraine Penner (Jake); brother, Alec (Thérèse); brothers-in-law: Guy Augert (Isabelle), Denis Augert (Elsie), Réal Augert (Natalie); sister-in-law, Lyette Augert; many nieces, nephews and longtime friends.

Armand was predeceased by his parents: Gaston and Rose; brother: Louis, sisters: Zita (Marcellin Pierson), Valérie (Léo Borris), Dora (Andrew Schile), parents-in-law: Albert and Suzanne Augert, brothers-in-law: Bernard Budd and Marcel Augert and sister-in-law, Annette Augert.

Armand was born in Somerset, MB, on April 15,1932. In 1949, Armand joined the Manitoba Telephone System where he became known to his co-workers as Pete Vielfaure. After 40 years of service, he retired in 1989. In 1955, he married Juliette Augert and on September 17, 2005, they celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. Dad's life was centered around his family. Armand was a loving and devoted husband, a wonderful father and grandfather. He was always ready and willing to lend a helping hand. We will miss him very much.

The family wishes to thank the staff on 3-E at the Riverview Centre for the precious care given to Armand.

Divine mass celebrating Armand's life will be held on Friday, December 2, at the Précieux Sang Catholic Church, 200 Kenny St. at 2 p.m. Viewing at 1:30 p.m. Interment to follow in the St. Boniface Cemetery. Father Maurice Jeanneau and Father Louis Vielfaure will be officiating.

In lieu of flowers, should you so desire, donations may be made in his memory to the St-Boniface Hospital and Research Foundation "Cancer Research Fund", 409 Taché Ave. Room D 1003, Winnipeg, MB, R2H 9Z9.

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

Rita Labossière (née Beaupré)
October 22, 1931-2005

Rémi, Labossière
May 22, 1961-2005

Fernand Labossière
December 10, 1926-2005

Tragically, on November 26, 2005, Fernand Labossière (78), his wife Rita (Beaupré) (74) and their son Rémi Labossière (44) were victims of a fire that destroyed their farm house.

The sixth child of Azarie and Noëlla (Grégoire) Labossière of Saint-Léon, Fernand married Rita Beaupré, daughter of Edmond and Jeanette (Fortier) Beaupré from Dunrea in 1952. Fernand and Rita took residence on a farm in Saint-Léon and were blessed with the births of their ten children.

They started with a very modest home with the bare necessities. Over many years of hard work and determination, they succeeded in developing a successful model farm.

Rita was a vibrant woman who loved life and lived it to the fullest. Always very energetic, with never a dull moment, she was forever helping others and putting other's needs before her own. Her gentle and generous heart touched many lives. Her warmth and compassion will be remembered by every life she touched. She had a very deep devotion for her grandchildren of whom she was very fond.

Fernand, although a private man, influenced his descendants and his friends by his honesty, generosity and his sense of humor. He placed everyone's needs before his own, always willing to help others. He spent endless hours reading about current or historical events. Having a photographic memory, he could remember specific dates and details of any event, local or national. Although, retired for several years, he still had a very strong passion for farming, spending endless hours helping his son. He also enjoyed playing cards with friends, relatives and family members.

Rémi (Labbé) was raised and resided in Saint-Léon till his passing. He took pride in all his endeavours. Like his father, he had a great passion for farming, always researching new agricultural methods. Carpentry was also one of his occupations in which he took great pride. His favorite pastimes were playing cards with family and friends as well as playing jokes on them. His overwhelming generosity and great sense of humour will always be remembered by all.

Fernand and Rita were predeceased by their children, Marie (1958), Louis (1996) and Rémi (2005).

They leave to mourn their children: Paulette Desrochers (Donnie), Rose-Marie, Jeannine Labossière (Gerald), Ubald, Nicole Labossière-Clark, (Garry), Charles and Jérôme (Claudette).

They are survived by seven grandchildren: Martin and Shawn Desrochers, Joël Labossière (Magdalena), Daniel Labossière, Kayla and Melissa Clark, Michaël Labossière and great grandson Jorden Labossière.

Rita is survived by two brothers: Alphonse Beaupré (Pearl), Henri Beaupré (Della) and her sisters Lorraine Labossière, (Alphée deceased), Roseline Prescott (Joe), Thérèse Delichte (Albert), Annette Knook (Théo), Ida Mousseau (Normand deceased).

Rita was predeceased by her parents Edmond (1987), Jeannette (1990) Beaupré and her sister Muriel and brother-in-law George in 1973.

Fernand is survived by his brothers: Gérard (Jacqueline deceased 2000)of Montréal, Sylvio (Jacqueline) of Valleyfield Québec, one sister Monique Messner (Paul), of Winnipeg and one sister-in-law, Marie of Saint-Léon.

Fernand was predeceased by his parents: Azarie Labossière (1956), Noëlla (née Grégoire) (1981), brothers, Marcien (1948), Jacques (1992), Olier (1996), and sisters Edmée (1992), Jeanne (1995).

They also leave to mourn numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. Funeral mass will be celebrated in the Saint-Léon Roman Catholic church on Saturday December 3, 2005 at 1:30 p.m preceded by the Rosary at 1:00 p.m.

The family wishes to thank the exceptional Firemen for their great effort. We would also like to express our gratitude for all the support and compassion shown at this tragic time in our lives.

As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations may be made to a charity of choice.

No words can express our loss. Death broke the link that joined us and broke our hearts in two. We will always love and think of you, Mom, Mémère, Dad, Grandpa, Brother and Uncle. Au revoir! Adieu! On vous aime!

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

Le 26 novembre, 2005, Fernand Labossière âgé de 78 ans, son épouse Rita (Beaupré) âgée de 74 ans et leur fils Rémi, âgé de 44ans ont péri dans l'incendie de leur maison de ferme.

Fernand était le sixième enfant d'Azarie et de Noëlla (Grégoire) Labossière de Saint-Léon. En 1952, il épousa Rita Beaupré, la fille aînée d'edmond et de Jeanette (Fortier) Beaupré de Dunrea. Ils s'établirent sur une ferme à Saint-Léon. Dix enfant sont nés de leur union.

Ils ont commencé leur vie de couple dans une maison très modeste. Au fil des années et grâce à leur travail et à leur courage, ils ont réussi à développer une ferme céréalière modèle.

Très active et énergique, Rita était toujours prête à aider les autres, surtout aux moments difficiles. Bien des gens ont été touchés par sa bonté, sa gentillesse et sa générosité. Sa cordialité et sa bienveillance s'étendaient aussi envers ses petits-enfants qu'elle chérissait beaucoup et qu'elle accueillait toujours chaleureusement.

Fernand, quoique dans ses paroles et dans ses actions, à beaucoup influencé ses enfants et ses amies par son honnêteté, sa générosité et son dévouement. Souvent il sacrifiait ses intérêts personnels en faveur des autres. La lecture était sa passion. L'histoire et l'actualité étaient ses sujets préférés. Possédant une mémoire remarquable, ils pouvait associer la date précise (même le mois, le jour, etc.) à un nombre extraordinaire d'événements (historiques ou locaux) du passé. Bien qu'il était à sa retraite depuis quelques années, il avait encore un grand attachement à la terre et passait beaucoup de temps à aider son fils aux travaux de la ferme. Son passe-temps favori était de jouer aux cartes avec ses amies, sa parenté ou les membres de sa famille.

Rémi (Labbé) a passé toute sa vie à Saint-Léon. Il était fier de tout ce qu'il avait entrepris et accompli. Comme son père, il aimait la ferme et faisait des recherches de nouvelles méthodes d'agriculture, espérant améliorer le rendement de ses récoltes. La menuiserie l'intéressait aussi beaucoup et il était très fier de ses travaux. Son passe-temps favori était de jouer aux cartes avec des amies ou en famille. Rusé, il aimait jouer de bons tours à ses amis. Tous se souviendront de sa grande générosité de cœur et de ses propos pleins d'humour.

Fernand, et Rita ont été prédécédés par leurs enfants Marie(1958), Louis(1996) et Rémi(2005).

Ils laissent dans de deuil leurs enfants : Paulette Desrochers (Donnie), Rose-Marie, Jeannine Labossière (Gérald), Ubald, Nicole Labossière-Clark (Garry), Charles et Jerôme (Claudette). Ils laissent aussi sept petits-enfants : Martin et Shawn Desrochers, Joël Labossière (Magdalena), Daniel Labossière, Kayla et Melissa Clark, Michaël Labossière et leur arrière-petit-fils, Jorden Labossière.

Rita laisse aussi deux frères : Alphonse Beaupré (Pearl), Henri Beaupré (Dells) et ses sœurs : Lorraine Labossière (Alphée, décédé), Roseline Prescott (Joe), Thérèse Delchite (Albert), Annette Knook (Théo) et Ida Mousseau (Normand, décédé).

Rita fut prédécédée par ses parents Edmond (1987) et Jeannette (1990) Beaupré ainsi que sa sœur Muriel et son beau-père George en 1973.

Fernand laisse dans le deuil : deux frères, Gérald (jacqueline) de Valleyfield, Québec, un sœur, Monique Messner (Paul) de Winnipeg et une belle-sœur, Marie, de Saint-Léon.

Fernand fut prédécédé par ses parents, Azarie Labossière (1956) et Noëlla (née Gregoire) (1981); ses frères, Marcien (1948), Jacques (1992) et Olier (1996) et ses sœurs Edmée (1992) et Jeanne Craigen (1995).

La messe des funérailles sera célébrée dans l'église de Saint-Léon, samedi le 3 décembre 2005 à 1 :30 p.m. précédée par le récitation de chapelet à 1 :00p.m.

La famille désire remercier les pompiers pour leur dévouement exceptionnel et tous leurs efforts. Nous voulons aussi exprimer notre gratitude envers tous ceux qui nous ont donné tant de support en ce moment si tragique.

En commémorations de nos chers décédées, ceux qui le désirent peuvent faire un don à la charité de leur choix.

Nous, vous aimerons toujours, Maman Mémère, Papa, Pépère. Cher frère ou oncle! Adieu!

Le salon funéraire Adam de Notre-de-Lourdes responsable des arrangements funèbres.

Suzanne Lucie Comte (nee Gaultier)

Peacefully, with family by her side, Suzanne passed away on Thursday, November 17, 2005 at the Notre Dame Hospital. She was born on October 13, 1916.

Suzanne leaves to mourn, her children Denis (Denise), Maurice, Norbert (Lynn), Lea (Denis Badiou), Pierre; her grandchildren Natalie, Patrick, Kevin Comte; Joanne, Melisa, Stephan Comte; Julie, Janelle, Nicole and Eric Badiou; her brother Benoit Gaultier; in-laws Yvonne Gaultier, Solange Gaultier, Elise Comte, Cecile Comte, Marie Comte, Agnes Comte, Louis Comte, Albert (Celine) Comte, Raymond Comte and numerous nephews and nieces.

Suzanne was predeceased by her beloved husband Auguste (2003), her parents Henri and Amelie Gaultier, her sister Cecile, her brothers Henri, Eugene, Pierre and Joseph.

Suzanne was a dynamic woman who devoted her life to family. Her grandchildren were a great source of pride and joy. Her passion for gardening enabled her to share the fruits of her labour with family and friends. Enjoying wonderful meals and reminiscing around the kitchen table was the heart and soul of her family.

Au revoir maman … In our hearts, your loving arms will always carry us, your helping hands will always hold us.

Prayers will be held at Adams Funeral Home on Monday, November 21 at 7:30 p.m. Funeral mass will be celebrated in the Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, November 22 at 2 p.m., with Fr. Alphonse Bongo officiating. Internment to follow at the parish cemetery.

As an expression of sympathy, friends or family may send memorial donations to The Wellness Centre, 51 Rogers St, Notre Dame de Lourdes, MB, R0G 1M0.

"Jésus, Marie, Joseph,
Je vous donne mon coeur, mon âme,
mon esprit et ma vie."

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

Doris Hardern (nee Shufflebotham)

Peacefully at the Lorne Memorial Hospital in Swan Lake, Manitoba on Monday, October 24, 2005, Mrs. Doris Hardern of Manitou, Manitoba passed away peacefully with her family at her side at the age of 80 years.

Doris was born on June 13, 1925 in England. Doris was one of seven children in her family. She was predeceased by her husband Bill, parents Fred and Gladys Shufflebotham, sister Gladys Edwards, brothers Frank, Fred, Harry Shufflebotham and niece Lynne Hall.

Doris leaves to mourn her three daughters Gwen (Vic) Voth, Shirley (Rudy) Voth, Brenda (Les) Murdy, 10 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Two sisters-in-law Kay Armstrong of Killarney, and Iris Sharp of Boissevain, as well as two sisters Bella and Edith of New Castle, England.

Doris and Bill met in England in 1942 where Doris was working in an ammunition factory. Doris and Bill were later married in 1945 in England. Doris then came to Canada in 1946 where they resided in Long River district and farmed for 10 years. In this time they welcomed three daughters into their home. They moved to Manitou in 1962 and purchased the Manitou Bus Depot which they owned and operated for three years.

Doris and her family later moved to Elm Creek when Bill accepted a job with the Highways Department. They remained there for eight years until Bill's failing health required him to take an early retirement where a decision was made to reside in Manitou to be close to their family and friends.

Doris was fun loving and enjoyed spending her time with family, friends, playing cards, dancing, traveling, camping, fishing, and was the life of the party during family gatherings. Her sense of humour was contagious to many who knew her. Doris was a active member of the Ladies Legion Auxillary for 50 years. Doris also enjoyed her annual meetings in Brandon for War Brides. Doris also enjoyed her daily coffee times at Eddy's Café with family and friends.

Family meant everything to Doris and she spent much time with each and every one of them whenever it was possible. She will be sadly missed by all who knew her.

General Viewing will be held at the Manitou United Church on Friday, October 28, 2005 from 7 - 8 p.m. Funeral Services will be held on Saturday, October 29, 2005 at 2 p.m. with Reverend Laurie Simpson officiating. Interment to follow in the Manitou Community Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers a donation may be made to Lorne Memorial Hospital, Palliative Care Unit in Swan Lake or to The Canadian Cancer Society.

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

Eric (Patti) Patrick Villeneuve

Peacefully on Sunday, October 16, 2005, Patti passed away at the Deer Lodge Centre at the age of 72 years.

In accordance with Patti's wishes, cremation has taken place. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, October 28, 2005 at 10 a.m. at the Worship Centre at the Deer Lodge Centre, 2109 Portage Ave, St. James, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

If friends so desire, a donation in memory of Patti may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, 6 Donald Street, Winnipeg, MB R3L 0K6.

Always in our hearts, minds and souls, we will never forget you.

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

Emile Tranq

At the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Thursday, October 6, 2005, Mr. Emile Tranq of Roseisle, Manitoba passed away at the age of 82 years.

He leaves to mourn his passing one brother Daniel (Helen) of St. Claude, 7 nieces and nephews: Liliane (Gilbert) Bernard, Margaret (Jean) de Rocquigny, Alice Price, Albert (Cheryl) Tranq, Dianne (Alan) Henderson, Lucille (Cliff) Sinclair, and Rita (Trevor) Barker, and numerous great nieces and nephews, relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his parents Eugene and Germaine (nee Ferrand), and by one brother Robert Tranq.

Prayers will be held at Adam's Funeral Home on Monday, October 10, 2005 at 8 p.m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the Notre Dame Roman Catholic Church on Tuesday, October 11, 2005 at 2 p.m. with Father Alphonse Bongo officiating. Interment to follow in the St. Lupicin Cemetery.

As an expression of sympathy, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Associtation, PO Box 12013, Toronto, ON M7Y 2L3 or to a charity of choice.

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

Margaret (Peggy) Allan (Nee Cameron)

Peacefully, with her family by her side, on September 13, 2005 at the Salvation Army Grace Hospice, Peggy passed away after a long and courageous battle with cancer.

She is survived by daughters Bernie Greenwood and Glenda-lee Allan and son Eric (Marylin) Allan as well as her five grandchildren Allan (Michele) Greenwood, Chris (Melissa) Greenwood, Dale (Faith) Allan and Greg and Nicole Allan. She also leaves to mourn her 6 great grandchildren who were the light of her life- Savanna and Cheyenne Greenwood, Zachary and Dawson Greenwood and Joshua and Seth Allan. She also leaves behind 2 sisters Ethel (Bob) Gatenby, and Lottie Colbow and her brothers and sisters in law- Barbara and Jack Lamb, Joe and Roberta Allan, Margaret and Hartley Woodward, Janice and Glen Smith, Harvey and Rita Allan, Cathy Allan and Mabel Allan-Spender as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Walter Allan in 1995 and her daughter Beverly Allan in 2004 as well as her sister Ruth Jorgenson and 2 brothers Albert and Alan Cameron.

Peggy was born May 18, 1922 at Sybouts, Saskatchewan to Albert and Bertha Cameron. In 1948, she married Walter Allan and raised a family of four at the family farm in Rathwell, Manitoba. She enjoyed a full life and was very active in her community. She was an active member and past president of the Rathwell Ladies Auxiliary. She had many hobbies one of which was painting. Peggy was also a founding member of the Canadian Reform Party. Peggy moved to Winnipeg in 1998 to be closer to her children, grandchildren and eventually her great grandchildren. One of her greatest joys was becoming a great grandmother or GG as she wanted to be called.

The family would like to thank all the Palliative Care Staff of 3 East at Riverview Health Center especially Helen and Sheila who remained close to Mom throughout her final days. We would also like to thank all the staff at the Grace Hospice and Major Cath McFarlane for the compassionate care mom received. We would also like to thank Mom's extended family from the Ness Ave. Baptist Church as well as friends Art and Gigi for being there. Special thanks to Janice and Glen for their love and support.

Funeral services will be held at the Rathwell Community Memorial Hall on Saturday, September 17, 2005 at 2:00 PM with Pastor Bob Shepansky of Ness Ave. Baptist Church Wpg, MB officiating. Active Pallbearers will be Ronald Allan, Richard Allan, Jon Lamb, Herb Watson, Grant Lusignan and Jim Huggart. Honorary Pallbearers will be the Rathwell Legion.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Riverview Health Center Palliative Care Unit or the Grace Hospice.

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

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