Daniel Albert Beardy
November 28, 1940 - December 02, 2003
On December 2, 2003, at the Health Science Centre, With his family by his side, Daniel Albert Beardy of Winnipeg, Manitoba, formerly of Dauphin River, Manitoba, went to be with his Lord Jesus. Daniel leaves to mourn, his daughter Lisa Beardy; one grandson, Jordan; son Clarence Anderson; and wife Ida. Daniel is also survived by sisters, Judy (Wilfred) Shorting, Caroline Woodhouse and Edna Johnson. Daniel was predeceased by his mother, Mary Woodhouse in 1983; father Louis Sumner; brothers, David Woodhouse in 1986 and Edwin Beardy; sister Bertha Jones. As Jordan was dadís only grandchild, Jordan was the apple of his grandfatherís eye. Dad was so proud of him and loved him so dearly. Dad loved to watch Jordan play hockey when he was able to and was his biggest fan. Dad was famous for watching the weather channel all the time and for wearing his long-johns and thick woolen socks year round. Anyone who knew dad, knew the mischievous person he was.
A wake service will be held at the Deliverance Centre, 1831 Selkirk Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, on Friday, December 5th, 2003 at 7:00 p.m., with Pastor Ray Cornish officiating. A private family funeral service will be held on Saturday, December 6th, 2003. Interment will follow at the St. Helenís Anglican Cemetery.
A special thank you to Pastor Ray Cornish for all his prayers and encouragement to dad. Additional thanks to the Health Science Centre GH-3 Unit nurses and staff for their warm and compassionate care. Extended thanks to Karen Murphy, nurses Vidiaane, Ilia and John as well as the Dauphin River Chief and Council. Also many thanks to friends and family that came to see dad during his courageous fight, especially Joe and Sam Anderson, Dorothy and Bonnie Bowman, and Audrey and Shannon Letander for all their love and help during this time. We will be forever grateful.
"The Lord is my shepherd:
I shall not want.
He maketh me to lie down in green pastures:
He leadeth me beside the still waters.
He restoreth my soul:
He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness
for His nameís sake.
Yea, though I walk through the valley
of the shadow of death,
I will fear no evil:
For Thou art with me;
Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me.
Thou preparest a table before me
in the presence of mine enemies:
Thou anointest my head with oil;
My cup runneth over.
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me
all the days of my life:
And I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever."
So long dad, I love you!
Enjoy all the beauty of Heaven.
Till we meet again. - Lisa
Arrangements Entrusted To ANDERSON FAMILY FUNERAL HOME Ashern, Manitoba 1-866-293-4951
Corinne "Cora" Ann Murdock
May 10, 1954 - November 26, 2003
Funeral arrangements by
Anderson Family Funeral Home
It is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved wife, mother, foster mother, grandmother, daughter, sister, sister-in-law, auntie and niece, Corinne Ann Murdock, with her family by her side at the St. Boniface Hospital on Wednesday, November 26, 2003 at the age of 49 years.
Corinne will be lovingly remembered by her husband of 27 years, Walter; her daughters, Cynthia (Frank) and Tamara; her sons, Thomas (Dianne), Christopher, Clarence and Adrian; her recent foster children, Sabrina, Tad and Shaun Cook, as well as many other foster children; her two special precious grand babies, Frankie and Evan; her mother Alma Asham-Hart; her sisters, Sharon (Steve) McKay, Peggy (Larry) McPherson, Geraldine (Bill) Parenteau and Donna (Joe) Clarke; her brother Gerald Hart; her mother-in-law Libby Murdock; her brothers-in-law, Harvey (Arlene), Vernon (Mary), Robert (Shelly), Neil, Dennis, Lawrence (Wilma) and Sam (Lisa); her sisters-in-law, Vina (Kenny), Sandra and Sharon; her special pig players (aunts), Hilda McKay and Janet (Albert) Thompson; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends.
Corinne was predeceased by her father Wesley Hart; her step-father Harold Asham; her grandfather Thomas Thickfoot (Choo-choom); her brother Keith Hart; her sister Mabel; and her father-in-law Alex Murdock.
Corinne attended school in Brandon, she along with her brother and sisters were taken in by foster parents, Mary and Leonard Ranch. She moved to Winnipeg and then moved to Riverton, where she along with her two little ones, met her husband. Then they moved home to Fisher River. Corinne raised so many foster children, who she took as her own. She always wanted a big happy family with laughter and love. Her biggest gift was watching her two grandchildren being born, with so much love in her eyes we knew she would be the best grandmother there was.
Mom was always caring and loving, along with her sense of humour in which she made us laugh through good and bad, even on her last days. We all miss you so much Mom, you raised us good, love from all of us. A wake service will be held on Friday, November 28th, 2003 at 8:00 p.m. The funeral service will be held on Saturday, November 29th, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. Both services will be held at the Stevenís Memorial United Church, Fisher River, Manitoba, with Rev. John Halcrow officiating. Interment will follow at Fisher River Community Cemetery.
A special thanks to the St. Boniface Hospital and staff, Percy E. Moore Hospital, Fisher River Health, Fisher River Chief and Council, Fisher Ambulance, Anderson Family Funeral Home, all the family and friends who came to visit or phoned both at home and at the hospitals. Arrangements Entrusted To: ANDERSON FAMILY FUNERAL HOME Ashern, Manitoba 1-866-293-4951
Harvey "Abbie" William Young
Suddenly with his family at his side, Harvey William Young passed away at the Health Science Centre on Sunday, November 23, 2003 at the age of 49 years. Harvey was born at Bloodvein on October 25, 1954, making his home at Bloodvein and at Seymourville. Harvey enjoyed the outdoors and loved hunting and fishing. In his early years Harvey was with the cadets. He had a passion for hockey and speed skating in which he won a trophy for his athletic skills. Harvey had a great sense of humor and always enjoyed teasing his family and friends. His favorite song was How Beautiful Heaven Must Be. His favorite saying was ďManatĒ. Harvey enjoyed making bannock and cooking for his boys.
He leaves to cherish his beautiful memory his wife Florence of 24 years, 3 sons George, Kevin and Dean, 2 daughters, Jennifer and Myrna, 3 grandchildren, Little Jay, Jordon and Sequioya, his father Albert Young, 2 brothers, William Young (Bonnie) and Herman Young, 5 sisters: Mary Cowley (Ted) and family, Martha Bushie (Ambrose) and family, Rebecca Bushie and family, Doreen Raven (Larry) and family, Linda Ford (John) and family. There are numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins and his best cousin Danny Young, in-laws and many friends. He was predeceased by 1 son Jason Darcey Young, mother Sarah Young, brother Francis and sister Aileen in infancy. Harvey, Herman and William had a strong brotherly bond and were always there for one another.
Prayers were said on Monday November 24, 2003 at 7:00 p.m. at the Aboriginal Funeral Chapel, 724 Selkirk Avenue at Parr in Winnipeg. Wake services will be held Tuesday November 25, Wednesday November 26, Thursday November 27 at Rebecca Bushie's residence Hollow Water. Funeral services will be held on Friday November 28 at 1:00 p.m. at St. Marguerite Roman Catholic Church, Hollow Water with Fr. Laval Cloutier officiating. Interment to follow at the Parish Cemetery.
Aboriginal Funeral Chapel
724 Selkirk Avenue, 586-7700
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father, grandfather, brother, uncle and friend on November 17th, 2003, at Riverview Health Centre, at the age of 75 years. Doug will be greatly missed by his wife Beryl; children, Laurie, Janice (Dave) Whillans; daughter-in-law Angela Wilson; beloved grandchildren, Kyla and Brett Whillans and Aidan and Rowan Lockhart; sister Doris (Jack) Latter; sister-in-law Marilyn Lockhart; brother-in-law Garry Aldcorn; nieces, Carol and Sandra Latter, Linda Block, Leslie and Jody Aldcorn; and nephews Gord Latter, Gord and Jamie Aldcorn, Trevor and Ross Lockhart. He was predeceased by his parents Ernest and Mary Lockhart, his brother Ernie Lockhart and beloved son Cal Lockhart.
Doug was born in Winnipeg on August 7th, 1928 and attended Isaac Brock and graduated from Daniel McIntyre School where he made many life-long friendships. He was an active member of Chalmers United Church, where he met and later married his wife Beryl in 1953. After moving to Fort Garry where they raised their 3 children, Doug continued his community commitments through coaching and leadership at Victoria Community Club and he sat on numerous committees at Fort Garry United Church.
Dougís love for his family was his greatest devotion. He immensely enjoyed his four grandchildren and always took the time to play with them and made each of them feel very unique. His humor, selflessness, strong convictions and joy of life made him a very special person. He was employed by the City of Winnipeg for 40 years, retiring as Superintendent of Tax Collection in 1987. His lengthy retirement allowed both of them the opportunity to spend winters in the south and summers at their treasured cottage at Lake of the Woods, where many lasting memories were formed. Doug loved the game of golf and he spoke fondly of his golfing buddies. He enjoyed curling at the Fort Rouge and Heather Curling Clubs. He faced his illness and tragic death of his son with marvelous courage and he never once questioned why he had been chosen for this fate; he instead inspired his family and friends, making it easier for us to cope with the outcomes. The family wishes to acknowledge the love, support and encouragement of his many relatives and friends. Special thanks to Dr. R. Hayward, Dr. Ritchie, Dr. Garcial and the wonderful staff at Riverview Health Center, 3E. A Memorial Service will be held at Fort Garry United Church, 800 Point Road at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday November 22nd, 2003. Honorary Pallbearers are Jack Latter, Dr. Vince Horbay, Al Robertson, Charlie Crowe, Harry Adamson, Al Wareham and Harold Ramsey. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Fort Garry United Church or Riverview Health Centre Foundation, Palliative Care 3E.
The greatest gift we ever had
Love you forever
Honey Joy McKay
September 09, 1982 - November 15, 2003
Tragically on Saturday November 15, 2003 at Berens River, Honey Joy McKay passed away at the age of 21 Years. Honey Joy was born in Winnipeg on September 9, 1982, spending her entire life in Berens River. Joy enjoyed the company of her family and friends. She loved to sing while doing her housework and her favorite song was Itís Wonderful to be in the Presence of the Holy God. She leaves to cherish her beautiful memory her parents Vernon and Maureen McKay, 1 son Bryon, 8 brothers; Vernon Jr. (Gerlyn), Charlie, Ricky, Aaron, Kane, Ian, Seth and Tyronn, 1 sister Maureen Jr., grandfather Tache Louie McKay Sr. nephew Vernon Darry and niece Sunshine. There are numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. She was predeceased by her great grandmother Virginia Boulanger, grandfather Stanley Ross, grandmothers Clara McKay and Mary Ann Pascal, uncles Philip McKay, Tache McKay Jr., Harvey McKay and Henry McKay, aunts Daisy Murdock and Mae Pascal. Prayers will be said on Wednesday November 19 at 7:30 P.M. at the Aboriginal Funeral Chapel, 724 Selkirk Avenue Winnipeg Manitoba. Wake services will be held on Thursday November 20, Friday November 21, Saturday November 22 and Sunday November 23 at Berens River Manitoba. Funeral Service will be held on Monday November 24 at 2:00 p.m. at Berens River Roman Catholic Church with FR. Rheal Forest officiating. Interment to follow at Berens River Cemetery. ABORIGINAL FUNERAL CHAPEL 724 Selkirk Avenue 586-7700
Audrey Mary Gladys Scott
February 29, 1928 - November 10, 2003
It was early on November 10, 2003, when our dearly beloved Mother, Grandma, Great-Grandmother, Great Great-Grandmother, Sister-In-Law, Aunt and Friend, went to be with her Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
She was born in Pine Bluff on February 29, 1928. She was 75 years of age when she passed on. Our dear and beloved Mother lived a life full of blessing and happiness. She was very kind and loving. Our Mother enjoyed the company of her 78 Grandchildren, 70 Great Grandchildren, and 2 Great Great Grandchildren, her sons and daughters, and her friends, especially her loving husband Archie.
Viewing and Prayers will be said on Thursday November 13 from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Grand Rapids House of Prayer. Wake Services will be on Thursday November 13 and Friday November 14, beginning at 7:00 p.m. at the C.P.B.M.C. Funeral Service will be held on Saturday November 15 at 11:00 a.m. also at the C.P.B.M.C., Grand Rapids Manitoba with Rev. Robert McLean officiating. Interment to follow at St. Johnís Reserve Cemetery.
Semilia Annie McPherson
Suddenly on Thursday, October 30, 2003 Semilia passed away at the age of 43 years. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband Lorne, daughter Sara, seven sisters and four brothers. There are numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. She was predeceased by her parents Rosalie and Clarence Bruce, one son, two daughters, one brother and one sister.
Funeral service will be held on Monday, November 3, 2003 at 2:00 p.m. at the Poplar River Community Church, Poplar River, Manitoba. Interment to follow at Poplar River Cemetery. Loving and kind in all her ways We will remember thee. Arrangements entrusted to: Aboriginal Funeral Chapel 724 Selkirk Avenue 586-7700
Stanley Donald Kowalski
October 07, 1917 - October 31, 2003
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Stan Kowalski on Friday, October 31, 2003 at the age of 86 years at Seven Oaks General Hospital. He is survived by his wife Frances of 61 years of marriage; son Wally; daughters Joanne (Bill), Joyce, and Roberta (Ken); son Stan; grandchildren; Chris, Scott, Shelly, Bryce, Dennis, Curtis, Geoff, Andrew and Kathleen. Stan was predeceased by his parents and sister Jean.
Born in Winnipeg, on October 7, 1917, Stan lived most of his life in Stony Mountain from 1927 until the present. He took over care of the family dairy farm when his father passed away in 1941. After selling the dairy herd Dad continued farming grain and raising beef cattle until 2000. Working his land and caring for all the animals on his farm gave Stan much enjoyment throughout his life. He was an avid duck and goose hunter and liked fishing. He appreciated knowledge and made sure that all of his children attended college or university. He had an original sense of humour which he passed down to his children and grandchildren. His strength and character will be missed by family and friends.
Prayers are to be held Monday, November 3 at 7:30 p.m. at the MacKenzie Funeral Chapel, 433 Main St., Stonewall. A funeral service in celebration of Stan's life will be held on Tuesday, November 4 at 11:00 a.m. at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Stony Mountain. Father Gerald Langevin will officiate. Interment will follow at the Christ Church Cemetery, Stony Mountain. MacKenzie Funeral Home, Stonewall in care of arrangements 204-467-2525.
Sidney Arthur Walmsley
On Tuesday, October 28, 2003 at the Portage District General Hospital, Sid Walmsley passed away peacefully at the age of 79 years with family at his side. He is predeceased by his parents George and Effie Walmsley. Left to cherish his memory is his beloved wife Dorothy of Portage la Prairie, sons Donald (Michele) Walmsley, of Neepawa and Robin (Val) Walmsley of Winnipeg, daughter Kerry-Leigh (Kevin) Clark of Portage la Prairie, grandchildren Cheryl, Kelly, Michael (Linda), Jeremy, Rebecca, Ashley, Morgan, Nicole, Lynette, and Stephen, and brother Robert (Betty) Walmsley of Portage la Prairie along with nieces, nephews and their families. Sid was born in Winnipeg and raised in London, England. He served in the British Army during World War II and was a member of the following regiments: Highland Light Infantry, the Royal Monmouthshire Royal Engineers, the Royal Fuseliers (City of London Regiment) and the MI-6. He served from 1940 - 1946. Returning to Canada he married the love of his life, Dorothy. Shortly after marrying, he returned to school attending United College (University of Winnipeg) becoming an ordained minister of the United Church of Canada. He served in parishes throughout rural Manitoba until becoming Chaplain at the Manitoba School for the Mentally Retarded in Portage la Prairie. While there he received numerous international awards and accolades for his teaching, development of Advanced Training curriculum and editing of an international Mental Retardation Journal. He was also a member of the Royal Society of Health. While in Canada, Sid was actively involved with the Militia in both Virden and Portage and was actively supportive of the Royal Canadian Legion, speaking at numerous Remembrance Day Services, schools and community groups about the war years. Sidís passions were people and theatre. A founding member of the Virden Dramatic Society, Prairie Players of Portage and lastly he and Dorothy formed their own production company "Candlelight Productions". Not content with just directing plays, he received two Canadian Playwright awards, was on the Board of Directors of the Canada Arts Council (the Dominion Drama Festival) and he taught theatre courses on the side. Sid was instrumental in forming the Portage Arts Council in 1977. He recently received the Queenís Jubilee medal. Sid was a friend and support to too many people to mention. He leaves behind virtually a regiment of close friends. His capacity for love was boundless. His life was full and his last efforts had been put towards writing a book about his war years which will be published this spring Sid was the kind of person whose presence always filled the room. Sid will be remembered for his sense of humour and optimism as well as his non-judgemental and empathetic ways with people. He will be truly missed. As expressions of sympathy, if friends so wish, donations may be made in Sidís memory toSunset Palliative Care, Inc., Box 92, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, R1N 3A7. Memorial Service will be held 3:00 p.m. Saturday, November 1, 2003 at Trinity United Church, 15 Tupper Street S. Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. A tree will be planted and cared for in memory of Sid by McKenzies Portage Funeral Chapel who are entrusted with the arrangements. 857-4021
Stanley John Beardy
On Monday October 20, 2003 at the age of 43 years, Stanley John Beardy passed away at the Health Sciences Centre. Stanley was formerly of Lake St. Martin First Nation. At a young age Stanley along with his family moved to reside in Winnipeg, Manitoba and has resided in Winnipeg until his demise.
He leaves to mourn his passing his aunt; Elizabeth Bruce, who raised him since infancy, his cousins whom he considered as brothers and sisters; Shirley Rintoul of Toronto Ontario, Sarah (John) Donovan, Myrtle (Sonny) Sanderson, Pearl (Chester) Berens, Lucy, Libby (Van) Chien, Percy & Wallace, Langford (Sandra) Bruce, Fred (Kelly) Beardy, Lawrence (Jo-Ann), Robin, Lambert Beardy, Nora, Valerie, Sandra, Dorothy Beardy, Christine, Alex, Norman Omero, George & Lydia Beardy, Victor Beardy of Lake St. Martin First Nation, Manitoba, also their families. His surviving auntís MaryAnn Beardy, Rose, Violet, Omero, Shirley Shorting, Beatrice Pruden, and a special person to Stanley was John Omero. Also many other cousins, relatives and friends.
Stanley was predeceased by his mother: Clara Bruce on October 9, 1998, his uncle Stanley Cameron October 1990, who raised him, brothers: Lawrence Beardy, December 1977, Rupert Beardy, July 1994, cousins: Doreen Bruce, October 1987, Linda Raven, Uncles Wilfred Beardy, October 1997, John and Harriet Beardy of Lake St. Martin.
His friendship with Pastor Darnell Plett & wife Emily , Kent and Sandy Dueck, sister Bernadette were dear to his heart.
Stanley loved sports, bingo, his family, traveling across Canada and visiting with relatives. Stan was a very caring person and always has a smile on his face. He loved to tease and tell jokes with his friends. He was always willing to lend a helping hand and could be counted on for any kind of assistance.
At the time of his passing Stanley was employed at Pa Dor Lumber in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Stanley was involved with the inner city Youth Alive for a few years and left an impact at Ross Brook House where he volunteered his time. Everyone who knew Stanley is to consider themselves honorary pallbearers. Many thanks to the staff at the Health Sciences Centre S.I.C.U. Dean R.N. B.N., Dr. Kowalski for their understanding. Thanks to Pastor Taras Kowch for administering his last rites by his bedside at the H.S.C. on Monday, October 20, 2003. Thanks to Chief Peter Ross and his wife Lillian of Lake St. Martin First Nation, Manitoba.
Wake Services will be held at the Aboriginal Funeral Chapel, 724 Selkirk Avenue on Thursday, October 23, 2003 at 7:30 p.m. with Pastor Darnell Plett officiating. Funeral Services will be held on Friday, October 24, 2003 at 1:00 p.m. at the Aboriginal Funeral Chapel, 724 Selkirk Avenue with Pastor David Beardy of Lake St. Martin, Manitoba officiating. Interment to follow at Brookside Cemetery.
On behalf of the family, we wish to express our gratitude for your many kindness evidenced in thought and deed and for your attendance at the wake and Funeral Service.