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MANITOBA - Winnipeg - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 16

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Date: Wednesday, 7 September 2016, at 2:10 p.m.

Ethel Leochko (née Sternat)
March 27, 1926 - March 20, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Chapel Lawn Funeral Home

Peacefully, in her sleep, Ethel passed away on March 20, 2004 at the age of 77 years. Ethel was predeceased by her son, Jim in 2002. Her memory will be forever cherished by her loving husband of 58 years, Peter; children Doreen MacLean (Jerry), and Janette Stephenson (Larry); grandchildren Melanie MacLean-Fehr (Brian), Matthew and Jared Stephenson; great-grandchildren Adam and Shane Fehr; sister-in-law Betty Sternat; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. We are visitors on this planet. We are here for ninety or 100 years, at the very most. During that period we must try to do something good, something useful with our lives. If you contribute to other people's happiness, you will find the true goal the true meaning of life. "Thank you Mom" Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, March 25, 2004 at 10:00 a.m. at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home, 4000 Portage Avenue. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Manitoba Heart & Stroke Foundation, #200 - 6 Donald Street, R3L 0K6, or to a charity of one's choice.

Joyce Kaltenberger (née Crocker)
August 06, 1927 - March 18, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Chapel Lawn Funeral Home

Peacefully on March 18, 2004, Joyce passed away at the age of 76 at the Grace Hospital. Joyce was predeceased by her husband of over 47 years, Alex, and by her two brothers, Don and Dan Crocker. She is survived by her children Lynn (Dawna) with Kaitlyn; Patty (Paul) Murata with Chris and Alison; and Marianne (Randy) Palmer with Jeannine and Alexander; brother William (Bill) and sister-in-law Nancy; and many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Joyce was born in St. James on August 6, 1927 and grew up on the North Devon Dairy and attended school in St. James. She graduated from Nursing at St. Boniface Hospital in 1949 and worked as a nurse at Misericordia for many years until her retirement in 1991. In May 1950, she married Alex Kaltenberger and they raised their family in St. James. Joyce was very involved in the life and work of St. James Gospel Chapel. She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother and friend. Joyce led by example in her faith. Joyce will always be remembered for her caregiving nature which extended far beyond her profession. She was an avid gardener and won countless awards and ribbons at various flower shows. She and was involved in the St. James Horticultural Society Garden Club and the Flower Arranging Group. Joyce also enjoyed travel and took many pleasure trips. Service will be held on Monday, March 22, 2004 at 3:00 p.m. at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home, 4000 Portage Ave. Interment and reception will follow. The family sends special thanks to her Home Care workers and the staff in the Emergency Department and on 5N at the Grace Hospital for their care and compassion. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to ALS Society of Manitoba, N108-2109 Portage Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3J 0L3, the Grace Hospital, 300 Booth Drive, Winnipeg, MB R3J 3M7 or a charity of your choice. Arrangements entrusted to: CHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM 885-9715

Denis Guy Vandal
May 26, 1955 - March 18, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Chapel Lawn Funeral Home

Tragically, on Thursday, March 18, 2004, Denis Vandal passed away. Denis was born May 26, 1955 in St. Jean Baptiste, MB. He is survived by his loving wife of 23 years, Jeannette and his children Scott (Melanie) and Crystal (Sebastian). He is also survived by his cherished granddaughter Amelia. Denis was predeceased by his father Maurice; his brothers Maurice Jr. and Philippe; and nephews Perry and Kenny. He is survived by his mother Dorilda and siblings Gilles (Marge), Dolores, Paulette (Hank), Norman (Laurie), and Daniel (Brigitte) and families. He is also survived by wife Jeannette’s family, Carrie Wilson, Judy, Joan, Harry, Brent, Debra, James and Brenda; numerous nieces and nephews; and sister-in-law Marie Vandal. Denis was a father figure to nephews Jeff, Roland, Ryan and Tyler. Denis will be remembered as a hard working, generous, kind soul who always placed the needs of others ahead of his own. A devout family man, he adored spending time with his wife Jeannette, son Scott and daughter Crystal and his one-year-old granddaughter, Amelia. He was eagerly awaiting the marriage celebration of his son Scott and Melanie scheduled for the summer of 2004. For many years , Denis was a proud Ironworker by trade. He suffered a back injury in 1999 which prevented him from returning to his trade. These were difficult years for Denis. However, he approached these challenges like he approached everything else in his life – with a positive outlook, tenacious determination and an incredible work ethic. Recently, he spoke with enthusiasm and determination about his re-training in business administration at Red River Community College. Over the years, he nurtured many friendships which he cherished. Those friendships will never end. A memorial service to celebrate Denis’s life will be held on Wednesday, March 24, 2004 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Anthony’s Roman Catholic Church, 250 Burrin Avenue. He Only Takes The Best God looked around His garden, and found an empty space. He then looked down upon the earth and saw your tired face. He put his arms around you, and lifted you to rest, God’s garden must be beautiful He only takes the best. He knew that you were suffering, He knew that you were in pain, He knew that you might never Get well upon this earth again. He knew the road was getting rough And the hills were too hard to climb. So He closed your weary eyelids and whispered, “Peace be thine” It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone, For part of us went with you the day God called you home. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Children’s Wish Foundation, 350 St. Mary Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3C 3J2. Arrangements entrusted to: CHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM 885-9715

Patrick "Sandy" Alexander Matheson
Funeral arrangements by
Chapel Lawn Funeral Home

Suddenly on March 17, 2004, Sandy, age 62, died at home with his family in Teulon, Manitoba. Sandy was predeceased by his parents, Mary and Vic Hunt. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 43 years, Grace; children, Gord (Colleen), grandchildren, Ainsley, Shannon “Joey” and Jessica; Eric (Little Sandi), grandchildren, Heath and Kendra; Kim (Phillip) Wilson, grandchildren, Kashus and Braeden; and Karen and grandchildren Camille and Tyler; sister MaryFlorence; brother Jo-Jo and his best friend Alley. Sandy started his career as a butcher in Glace Bay, Nova Scotia and moved on to work for Defco Coal Mines for 13 years. Sandy, Grace and family then moved to Winnipeg in 1974, where Sandy became a Maintenance Supervisor for Manitoba Housing. He retired from Manitoba Housing after 23 years of dedicated service. He and Grace retired in Teulon, Manitoba. The family would like to thank the staff and Doctors at the Hunter Memorial Hospital in Teulon for the outstanding care shown to our dad. Cremation has taken place and a private family service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Sandy may be made to the Manitoba Lung Association, 629 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, MB R3A 1P6. Arrangements entrusted to: CHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME CEMETERY AND CREMATORIUM 885-9715

Lillian Leblanc (née Klein)
March 25, 1916 - July 16, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Desjardins Funeral Chapel

LILLIAN LEBLANC (nee Klein) Lillian Leblanc passed away peacefully at the age of 88 years on July 16, 2004 at the Concordia Hospital. Predeceased by her husband Harry Leblanc, mother and father Joseph and Pauline Klein and sisters Elsie, Sebina and June. Her sister Irene and brother Fred, nieces and nephews whom she cherished as her own children, as well as many relatives from the Leblanc family survive Lillian. Her life began on March 25, 1916 in Forrest, Saskatchewan. She moved to Winnipeg as a young lady, worked at the Coffee Spot Café and later worked as an elevator person at the Child’s Building, and also filling orders for National Drug Warehouse. Then she met her love of her life, Harry and had many good times with friends at their Bird Lake Cottage. They moved to Surrey, B.C. and enjoyed many happy retirement years together, they also traveled to various parts of the country as well as the south. The family wishes to thank the wonderful service that Lillian received at the River East Personal Care Home for the past six years. Donations greatly declined. If so desired, a memorial donation can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association, 10-120 Donald Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4G2 or The Winnipeg Humane Society, 5 Kent Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R2L 1X3. Alzheimer’s Prayer Dear Lord, Please grant my visitors tolerance for my confusion, Forgiveness for my irrationality And strength to walk with me into the mist of memory my world has become. Please help them take my hand and stay awhile Even though I seem unaware of their presence. Help them know their strength and loving care will drift softly into the days to come Just when I need it most. Let them know when I don’t recognize them, that I will, I will… Keep their hearts free of sorrow For me…for my sorrow, when it comes, Only lasts a moment – then it’s gone. And finally Lord, Please let them know how very much their visits mean, How even through this relentless mystery – I feel their love. Peace is with you dear sister and auntie Lil. We love you forever. Funeral services will be held at Desjardins Funeral Chapel, 357 Des Meurons Street, on Wednesday, July 21 at 1:00 p.m. immediately followed by a reception. Interment will then take place at Green Acres Cemetery, Hwy. #1 E. at Navin. The Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements, 233-4949 or toll free 1-888-233-4949.

Joseph Marcel LaBossiere
July 14, 1920 - July 16, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Desjardins Funeral Chapel

Joseph Marcel LaBossière July 16, 1920 - July 14, 2004 It is with deep sadness and regret that the LaBossière family announces that despite his valiant fight to stay with us, Joe passed away on July 14th, 2004 at the St. Boniface General Hospital, two days shy of his 84th birthday. His memory will be cherished forever by his loving wife, Patricia, and his children: Paul (Sarah), Dave (Jackey), Rick (Nora), Tim (Louise) and Lorraine (Rob Morris). He will be dearly missed by his beloved grandchildren and great-grandchildren: Keith and his family, (Tracy, Melanie and Emma), Nicole (Liam), Michelle and her family (Matias, Justin and Meghan), Sherry, Danielle, Lauren, Lisa, David, Michael, and Robbie. He also will be fondly remembered by his six step-grandchildren and three step-great grandchildren. Predeceased by his brothers Jules, Etienne (a.k.a. Bobby), and his sister Alexandrine, Joe leaves to mourn his brothers, Denis (Evelyn), Yves, and Johnny (Fern), as well as his sisters, Blande Matthews, Gisele Ramsay, Edith Foo, Marilyn Reid, and Renee McIvor, along with many nieces and nephews. Joe often spoke of his childhood, sharing with his children and grandchildren, humorous anecdotes of his life as one of twelve siblings. He never forgot how hard the depression hit his family and those he loved. He always strived to help out any family member in need. During the Second World War, Joe was a member of the RCAF and was stationed in England. He returned safely from the war and was deeply saddened when his brother Jules did not. In 1949, he married Patricia Lavallee and in 1950 they started their family. In 1954, Joe worked two jobs to provide for his growing family. One of these jobs was an office cleaning company which he ran from his home. From these humble beginnings, Joe created P.M.L. Maintenance Ltd. and Five-L Equipment Limited, where his wife and children worked with him. Joe was fiercely proud of the legacy he built for his family. He worked at Five-L until he was 73 finally retiring and leaving his businesses in the good hands of his sons. He made weekly and sometimes daily visits to check up on things or to renovate an office or two. Joe was never without a project and his project mania wasn’t fully satisfied until 1996 when along with Tim, he built a cottage in Lac du Bonnet. There he spent some of his happiest times with Pat, planning and building, planting trees, being with family, and making new friends. He always said he never felt as good as when he was at the cottage. Sports played a major part of Joe’s life. He was an avid Bombers, Jets, Goldeyes and Moose fan. In his pre-cottage years, he played golf in Winnipeg in the summer, and in Arizona or Florida in the winter. When Joe and Pat could no longer travel in winter because of his declining health, Joe found interests to satisfy his keen intellect. He studied the genealogy of the LaBossière family, talking and writing about his findings. He stayed abreast of world affairs and engaged in serious philosophical discussions with young and old alike. Joe’s family was his greatest source of satisfaction and pride. Although he enjoyed the quiet times with friends, it was at family gatherings that Joe was truly in his element. He loved laughter and sharing jokes, believing that a positive state of mind could overcome his many physical ailments and illnesses. He was an example of courage, perseverance, and strength, and will be sorely missed. We are grateful to have had Joe in our lives and we will hold him in our hearts forever. A funeral mass will be celebrated on Monday, July 19th at 10:00 a.m. at Holy Rosary Church, 510 River Ave., with Rev. Fr. Sam Argenziano officiating. Interment will follow immediately after the mass at St.Vital Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Ronald McDonald House. “Lives of great men all remind us We can make our lives sublime, And, departing, leave behind us Footprints on the sands of time.” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow The Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements, 233-4949 or toll free 1-888-233-4949.

Hubert Jetté
Funeral arrangements by
Desjardins Funeral Chapel

HUBERT E. JETTE It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Hubert Jetté on June 23rd, 2004, at the age of 73 years. Hubert was predeceased by his wife Jeanine (nee Cadorath), his parents Marius and Anna Jetté, brother-in-law Peter Zolondek, and niece Lorraine Foidart. He is survived by his four children, Diane of Dartmouth, N.S., Neil (Tannys) of Winnipeg, Paul (Pat) of Calgary, AB, and Carol of Santa Monica, CA; his grand children, Ian and Duncan of Winnipeg, Garrett and Danielle of Calgary. He also leaves his sister Jeanette Zolondek, brother George (Lynne) and numerous nieces and nephews. Hubert was born and raised in Transcona. He joined the CNR as a call boy at the aage of 16 and progressed during 41 years as a locomotive engineer. He was past president of Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers Local 583. Hubert and Jeanine enjoyed their winters in Arizona where they founded the popular CN picnic in Mesa. An ardent sportsman, he pitched for the Transcona Junior Ball Club in the early 50’s. Hubert was active in the CN Big 6 Curling Club at Fort Garry CC, umpired youth baseball and coached hockey at the Pirates Community Club. He was also an enthusiastic fisherman with his CN pals in the Minaki, Ontario area, as well as spending time at Bereton Lake. The family would like to thank Hubert’s special friend Diane Reid, Dr. Caners and the staff at the Concordia Hospital for their care and compassion. Funeral Mass will be celebrated at the Précieux-Sang Roman Catholic Church, 200 Kenny Street on Tuesday, June 29 at 10:30 a.m., with Father Marcel Chaput presiding. Interment will follow at St. Boniface Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to CancerCare Manitoba, 675 McDermot Avenue, Room ON 1160, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0V9 or to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, 6 Donald Street, Suite 200, Winnipeg, MB R3L 0K6. The Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements, 233-4949 or toll free 1-888-233-4949

John Kindrat
June 01, 1919 - April 04, 2004
Funeral arrangements by
Desjardins Funeral Chapel

JOHN KINDRAT After six months of painfull cancer, Dad passed away on Sunday, April 04, 2004. Dad was born on June 01, 1919, in Sifton, MB. He was predeceased by wife, Jeanne Kindrat (Leclerc) on January 26, 2004, by his parents Dimetro & Anna Kindrat; sisters, Margaret (Larry Pambrun) and Jay (Norman Boushy); brothers, Peter (Peggy), Andy (Cecile) and Bill (Terry). Dad will be lovingly remembered by sons, Raymond (Vickie) and Larry (Linda); daughters, Lorraine (Rene Hebert) and Sharon (Bruce Urski), grandsons: Jeff, Shawn, Todd, Troy, Trevor, Daniel and granddaughter Michelle (Thomas Motyka). He is survived by sister Caroline, brothers Archie (Rose) of California, Mickey (Lena) of B.C.; also close extended families of Vic and Rose Hercun, Janine and Bill Frovich, Gerry and Elaine Leclerc, Armand Leclerc, Robert and Debbie Leclerc, Johnny Leclerc and Gisele Leclerc. Dad went to war overseas at the age of 21, He married Jeanne Leclerc, when he returned, on October 03, 1945, and they resided in St. Boniface all their married life (58 years). Dad worked with C.N.R. until his retirement in 1981. He enjoyed golf, bowling, curling, playing cards and being with family. Dad helped with the building of Archwood Community Club and Holy Family Catholic Church. He was usher at Holy Cross Church. Our grateful thanks to our family doctor, Dr. P.G. Mehta and staff, all the staff of 6A South, St. Boniface Hospital, who treated Dad with such dignity and care. Thanks to Pastoral Care services, Chaplain Doug Kellough, who was always there. Thanks to 6A-7 South, social worker Jacqueline Olynquin who took time to see Dad and family. Thanks to the Palliative Care medicine team. Funeral Service will be held at Holy Cross Church, Dubuc and Traverse, on Wednesday April 7, 2004, at 2:00 p.m. with viewing at 1:30 p.m. Service to terminate at church. Interment of the cremated remains will take place at a later date. Pallbearers will be his six grandsons. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire, donations may be made to St. Boniface Hospital Research Foundation, 409 Taché Avenue, Room D1003, Winnipeg, MB R2H 2A6 (237-2067). The Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements, 233-4949 or toll free 1-888-233-4949.

Cecil Allan Main
Funeral arrangements by
Desjardins Funeral Chapel

CECIL ALLAN MAIN 1941 - 2004 Very peacefully, with his family by his side, Cecil Allan Main passed away at the Ste. Anne Hospital on Friday, March 26, 2004 at the age of 62 years. He leaves to cherish his memory his wife Lea; his children David, James (Diane), Donald (Karen), Daniel, Jeffrey (Sharlene) and daughter-in-law Carrie. He will be lovingly remembered by his father Cecil Sr., father-in-law Albert Laramée, 2 brothers, 17 grandchildren, and many nieces, nephews, family and friends. Cecil was predeceased by his first wife Dorothy, his mother Odile, his sister Doreen, his sons Kenneth and Robert, granddaughter Cecilia and mother-in-law Louise Laramée. Cecil was raised and lived all his life in Richer, MB. For the past 20 years, Cecil and Lea had a special loving relationship that bonded their two families as one. He was a man of few words yet his advice was taken highly. He loved seeing his grandkids, bugging his daughters-in-law as well as having good laughs with his boys while relaxing in his garage on summer days. Because of Cecil and his brother Norman’s special bond, the family has requested Norman to be the urnbearer for the service. The funeral service will take place at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, March 30 at the St. Joachim Roman Catholic Church in La Broquerie, MB with Msgr. Albert Fréchette presiding. Interment to follow in the Parish Cemetery. The family would like to thank Dr. Gobeil and staff at the Ste. Anne Hospital and Lois from the CancerCare-Steinbach Branch for the care and compassion. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Cecil’s memory to the CancerCare Manitoba, ON109 – 675 McDermot Avenue Winnipeg, MB R3E 0V9. The Desjardins Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements, 233-4949 or toll free 1-888-233-4949.

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