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MANITOBA - Gladstone - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 1

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Phyllis Edna Diehl

On June 23, 2007 Phyllis passed away peacefully at the Seven Regions Health Centre in Gladstone at the age of 92 years. Phyllis was predeceased by her husband Cecil in 1990, her parents Bert and Phyllis Boyd, and her brothers Ted and Bert Boyd. Left to cherish her memory is her sisters Lilian Tamblyn and Dorothy Blair and many nieces and nephews.

Phyllis was born on August 7, 1914 in Gladstone, Manitoba. She was the eldest daughter of Bert and Phyllis Boyd. She received her education in Gladstone school and later attended Winnipeg Normal School. She has taught at Preston, Livingstone, and Gladstone schools. She married her husband Cecil Diehl on July 12, 1941. They then moved to Grandview and later to Oakville, where Phyllis was a substitute teacher and CGIT leader. They moved to Stonewall and then returned to Gladstone.

Phyllis worked in the community with many organizations including the O.E.S., I.O.D.E., W.I., and U.C.W. She was a life member of the Legion Auxiliary and she taught Sunday School for over 50 years. She was also a CGIT leader in Gladstone, a member of the Museum Board, a volunteer librarian at the high school, helped with compiling the history book, was a life member of the agricultural society, a life member of the hospital aid, as well as canvassing for many charities.

A memorial service was held on Thursday, June 28, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. in the Gladstone United Church with Rev. Ian Olive officiating. Interment followed at the Gladstone Cemetery.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Alzheimer Society, Unit 10 – 120 Donald Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4G2.

Clarke’s Funeral Home, Gladstone in care of arrangements.

Mona McCrae

After a short fight with cancer, Mona Florence McCrae, beloved wife of John McCrae, died Thursday morning July 5, 2007 at the Portage la Prairie General Hospital.

Mona was born to Guy and Beatrice Whitcher on July 16, 1927 in Gladstone, Manitoba. She is survived by her husband John, brother Marlin of Toronto, and several nieces and nephews.

Mona received her early education in the Pembroke District, and her high schooling in Gladstone. Following graduation she studied nursing and graduated with her R.N. from the Winnipeg General Hospital. John & Mona were married in October 1949, returning to Gladstone where they took up farming. Mona nursed at the Gladstone General Hospital for several years, eventually retiring to join John in the rewards of life on the farm.

Mona was always active in the community. She was a charter member of the Royal Purple and an active participant of the Hospital Guild, a member of the United Church, and enjoyed many hours working at the Agricultural Fair & Sports Day.

During the winter of 1976 John & Mona headed south and thus began 26 wonderful winters in Texas. In the early days they spent part of each week helping Mexican children learn to read. She loved to tend her many rose bushes there and took particular delight in showing their Canadian visitors all the sights in Texas. During the summer months John & Mona travelled to the Okanogan Valley, where she loved picking the fruit – always preserving some for the winter ahead – and packaging up peaches for family and friends back home in Manitoba.

Mona loved to golf, to bowl, and as a young woman was known for her prowess on the ladies’ softball team. When poor health decided they should spend their winters in Manitoba, John & Mona purchased their present home, and once again Mona kept busy with her garden and her fruit trees. She took great pleasure in sharing her abundance.

Funeral service was held on Tuesday, July 10, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. in the Gladstone United Church with Rev. Marg Scott officiating. Interment followed in the Gladstone Cemetery.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to Central Plains Cancer Care Service or to CancerCare Manitoba.

Mona’s family would like to send their love and appreciation to all the staff at the Portage Hospital and to the many friends at Cancer Care who were always there when called upon.

Clarke’s Funeral Home, Gladstone in care of arrangements.

Reinhold Jacob Single

Passed away on Sunday, February 18, 2007 at the Neepawa Hospital, Reinhold Single, age 85 years, of Plumas, Manitoba.

Reinhold was born on May 28, 1921 at Waldersee, Manitoba. He lived at Waldersee until 1966 when he moved to Plumas with his wife, where he resided until his death. On October 17, 1943 he married Elizabeth Mauthe at Christ Lutheran Church in Waldersee. On April 5, 1936 he was confirmed in the Christian faith. He joined Zion Lutheran Church in 1968, where he served as a trustee and headed up the addition to the church building.

Reinhold was a farmer and carpenter. He enjoyed fishing, bowling, hunting, and fixing (and re-fixing) things.

Predeceased by his parents Bernard & Elizabeth (Mauthe) Single, two children Edith Single and baby girl Single, brothers and sisters William (Louise) Single, Edward Single, Minnie (Phillip) Dilk, Kay (Einar) Skaftfeld, Eleanor Single, and Louise Single.

Left to mourn his passing is his wife Elizabeth, son Alvin (Pat) of Brandon, granddaughter Sharron (Dallas) Temerie, great grandchildren Anita, Eric, and Jennifer, granddaughter Tricia (fiancé John) Single, daughter Dianne (Perry) Allanson of Portage la Prairie, grandson Christopher (fiancée Jen) Allanson, brothers and sisters John (Irma) Single of Gladstone, Alfred (Annie Single of Brandon, Lydia Mitchler of Surrey, B.C., Martha Sutherland of Selkirk, Elsie (Herman) Langler of Alonsa, Erna Mitchler of Waldersee, and Adeline (John) Mauthe of Waldersee, sister-in-law Iris Single of Selkirk, as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral service was held on Thursday, February 22, 2007 at 11:00 a.m. in the Zion Lutheran Church, Plumas with Pastor Richard Klein officiating. Interment followed in the Plumas Cemetery. Pallbearers were Edward Mitchler, Dennis Mitchler, Ron Mitchler, Delmar Mitchler, David Single, and David Sutherland.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Zion Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, Box 278, Plumas, Manitoba R0J 1P0 or a charity of one’s choice.

Clarke’s Funeral Home, Gladstone in care of arrangements.

Patricia (Patty) Mary Ferguson

With saddened hearts we announce the passing of our beloved wife, daughter, mother, and grandmother, Patty Mary Ferguson (nee Belton).

Remaining to forever cherish her memory: her husband Dwight, son Jason, daughter Brandi (Andrew), and granddaughter Lainie; mother Mary Belton and two brothers, Brian and Barry (Wendy) Belton; mother-in-law Liz Ferguson, two brothers-in-law Rod (Wanda) and Tom (Gwen) Ferguson, one sister-in-law Violet (Bobby) Jackson, and many nieces and nephews.

Patty was predeceased by her father Frank Belton and her father-in-law Lawrence Ferguson.

Patty was born in Gladstone, Manitoba on February 23, 1956 to Frank and Mary Belton. In her early years, she lived on a farm out in the marsh northeast of Plumas. After a fire destroyed their home, they lived in numerous places prior to building their house northwest of Plumas. Her father’s illness forced a move off the farm into the town of Plumas in 1972. Her elementary school years were spent in Plumas and high school spent in Gladstone. Soon after, she met Dwight Ferguson. They were married in 1974 and resided in Helston, where they raised their two children, Jason and Brandi.

Patty was actively involved with her children’s interests: baseball, hockey, ringette, and music. During her children’s younger years she pursued her interests of baseball and curling, but as her children’s schedules got busier her priority was them. She enjoyed spending countless hours chauffeuring and watching them with their various activities. As the family expanded to include the newest addition, her pride and joy, her granddaughter Lainie, you would find Grandma spending as much time as possible with her.

Patty always had the time to listen to her children, family, or friends; if it meant helping them work through life’s challenges or celebrating life’s successes. She had the unique ability to make a person feel special and important. She brought out the best in everyone. Her smile could brighten up the dullest day. Patty worked as a receptionist at a doctor’s clinic in Neepawa. She then went to Valley Royal Travel in Gladstone, helping people plan their vacations. Later, she decided to further her education by taking the medical secretary course. Shortly after, she got the job of homecare coordinator at Seven Regions Health Centre, though many people will remember her smiling face at the Gladstone Medical Clinic, where she spent most of her career.

A Memorial Service was held on Monday, January 15, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. in the Gladstone Christian Fellowship Church with Rev. Ian Olive and Pastor Randy Fehr officiating. Lynn Watson gave the eulogy and soloist Staphanie Jackson sang "I Hope You Dance."

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to Seven Regions Palliative Care, Box 374, Gladstone, Manitoba R0J 0T0.

Irmgard Gerda Single

It is with sadness the family announces the passing of our mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Irmgard Gerda Single on June 21, 2007 at the age of 85, two days after her husband John, at Third Crossing Manor, Gladstone, MB. Mom lost her courageous battle with cancer.

Mom is survived by her children Judith (Bob Hunter), Howard (Lesley), Kenneth (Sandra), David (Marion), Deborah (Larry Fischer) and Randall (Marjorie), daughter-in-law Doreen, 15 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren, and expecting one more, and one great great grandchild; brother Harold, sister Margaret Mauthe.

Mom was predeceased by her parents, son Ralph, and grandson Jody, brothers Reinhold, Irwin and Adolph, sisters Martha Schmidt, Frieda Bolliger, and Hilda Rossnagel.

Mom was born in Germany on February 10th, 1922 to Joseph and Augusta Tonn. The family immigrated to Brazil in 1923 and then to Waldersee in 1925, and on to a farm south and east of Plumas, where Mom was raised. Mom and Dad were married Oct. 5th, 1941 and they moved to their farm south of Plumas two years later. Mom was very involved in the Lutheran Church and was a leader in 4H for ten years. In 1970, Dad and Mom moved to Winnipeg. Mom worked for several years, and following retirement enjoyed visits from family and friends, cooking wonderful meals. Her favorite time was spent with grandchildren teaching them how to make perogies. Mom moved to Third Crossing Manor three years ago and was always in great spirits with a positive attitude, even though she was fighting a losing battle with cancer.

Mom’s room was always the gathering place for her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, and other family and friends, when they visited at the Manor.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Big Grass Community Foundation, Plumas Fund, Box 697, Gladstone, MB, R0J 0T0, Plumas Zion Lutheran Church Memorial Fund Box 278, Plumas, MB, R0J 1P0, or to a charity of one’s choice.

Funeral service was held on Monday, June 25, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. in the Plumas Zion Lutheran Church with Pastor Richard Klein officiating. Interment followed at the Plumas Cemetery. Grandchildren were pallbearers.

Clarke's Funeral Home, Gladstone in care of arrangements.

John Single

It is with sadness the family announces the passing of our husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, John Single on June 19, 2007 at the age of 94, at Third Crossing Manor, Gladstone, MB.

Dad is survived by his wife Irma (of 65 years), children Judith (Bob Hunter), Howard (Lesley), Kenneth (Sandra), David (Marion), Deborah (Larry Fischer) and Randall (Marjorie), daughter-in-law Doreen, 15 grandchildren, 15 great grandchildren and expecting one more, and one great great grandchild; brother Alfred (Annie), sisters Martha Sutherland, Lydia Mitchler, Erna Mitchler, Elsie (Herman) Langner, and Adeline (John) Mauthe & Sister-in-law Iris Single.

Dad was predeceased by his parents, son Ralph, grandson Jody, brothers William, Edward and Reinhold, sisters Minnie (Phillip) Dilk and Kay (Einar) Skatfeld.

Dad was raised in Waldersee, MB, born November 2nd, 1912 to Bernhard & Elizabeth Single. Mom and Dad were married Oct. 5th, 1941 and they moved to the farm south of Plumas in October of 1943. Dad retired from farming in 1970 when Dad and Mom moved to Winnipeg. Dad worked for several years and then enjoyed retirement, until 2002 when he moved to Third Crossing Manor.

While on the farm, Dad was very involved with the Plumas Credit Union, Farmers Union, the Game & Fish Association, & the Lutheran Church.

Dad loved having visitors at Third Crossing Manor, especially his grandchildren and great grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Big Grass Community Foundation, Plumas Fund, Box 697, Gladstone, MB, R0J 0T0, Plumas Zion Lutheran Church Memorial Fund Box 278, Plumas, MB, R0J 1P0, or to a charity of one’s choice.

Funeral service was held on Monday, June 25, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. in the Plumas Zion Lutheran Church with Pastor Richard Klein officiating. Interment followed at the Plumas Cemetery. Grandchildren were pallbearers.

Clarke’s Funeral Home, Gladstone in care of arrangements.

Mary Buhler

Passed away peacefully on Saturday, June 16, 2007, at home, age 81 years, widow of the late John Buhler.

Mary was born to David and Suzanna Quiring on February, 8, 1926 in Saskatoon, S.K. She was baptized in 1943 at Mayfeld, M.B. She married John Buhler on October 20, 1946. Due to their love of children, they became missionaries in Montreal Lake, Saskatchewan at a children’s home for several years.

Their home was blessed in September 1959 by the arrival of chosen daughter Marjorie (age 7) followed by chosen newborn son Philip in December 1959. Mary was widowed in 1964. Mary made a move to MacGregor after many years in Austin.

Predeceased by her husband, parents and her siblings, Cornelius (in infancy), Susan, Annie, Agnes, Henry and David.

Left to mourn her passing is her daughter Marjorie and her husband Henry Peters, her son Philip, several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Also surviving are her siblings Katherine, Isaac, Helena, Frank and Jacob as well as sister-in-law Mary Quiring.

We would like to express sincere thanks to all the emergency personnel for their compassion shown during this time.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to The Gospel Message, Box 1622, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 3R8.

Funeral service was held on Wednesday, June 20, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. in the EM Church, MacGregor with Pastor Harley Porter officiating and Linda Wiebe presiding at the piano. Jake Quiring, Jake, Buhler, David Buhler and Henry Buhler sang “The Eastern Gate” and “There’s A New Name Written Down In The Glory.” Ushers were Ernie Buhler and Merv Fehr. Parking ushers were Art Toews and Doug Buhler. Pallbearers were Alvin Martens, Henry Buhler, Dan Buhler, Lionel Quiring, Jack Zacharias and Allan Quiring. Interment followed at the Austin Cemetery.

Clarke’s Funeral Home, MacGregor in care of arrangements.

Clifford Joseph Strong (Bing)

Clifford Joseph Strong (Bing) Passed away at the age of 84 years, on June 10, 2007 at Concordia Hospital in Winnipeg, M.B. after a hard battle with pneumonia.

Dad was born February 5, 1923 in Amaranth, M.B. Amaranth was always home to dad and he lived there most of his life. He was affectionately known as Bing and spent almost everyday walking to town, visiting with every person he met while doing his errands.

Dad was a private in the Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry, who served overseas in England and Germany in WWII. When he returned home, he moved to Winnipeg where he first worked at Northern Lakes and later at Fresh Water Fisheries. He also was a long time commercial fisherman on Lake Manitoba, Lake Winnipeg and in Prince Rupert, B.C.

Even as a young child, dad loved the game of hockey. As he grew into a young lad he became a very talented hockey player, whose dreams of playing in the N.H.L. were dashed by a knee injury. But it never discouraged him from the love of the game, which he watched religiously.

He also loved the outdoors and spent a lot of time walking through the bush hunting deer and rabbits, or trapping for furs. His greatest hobby was gardening. With his green thumb he could make anything grow and we all enjoyed the many fruits of his labour.

While living in Winnipeg, dad met Theresa Wheeler and together they had a son Clifford in 1965 and a daughter Mary Ellen in 1967. He was also dad to his step children April, Richard, Randy, and Lisa.

Dad was predeceased by his parents Joseph and Ellen Strong, sister Kay Strong, and great nephew Jamie Desmarais.

Dad is survived by his son Clifford (Terri) and grand children Bryce, Aaron and Alyssa; daughter Mary Ellen (Bill) ; step children April (Hernan), Richard, Randy and Lisa and their mother Theresa Wheeler; brothers Don (Hazel) and children of Mississauga, Ont., Tony (Doreen) and children of Amaranth, M.B., and Barry (Gale) and children of La Corey, Alb. He is also survived by very close nephews and nieces, Anthony (Marie), Barbie (Frank), Randy (Barbara), Barry (Mavis), Patsy (Sheldon), Terry, and Kelly (Flora), as well as many great nieces and nephews.

A wake was held on Wednesday, June 13, 2007 starting at 6:00 p.m. in the Amaranth Community Hall.

Funeral service was held on Thursday, June 14, 2007 at 1:00 p.m. in the Amaranth Community Hall with Rev. Jona Weitzel officiating. Pallbearers were Anthony Strong, Terry Strong, Randy Strong, Kelly Strong, Barry Strong and Colin Mousseau. Flower bearers were Bryce Strong, Alyssa Strong and Aaron Strong. A eulogy was given by Barry Strong. Soloist Ronnie Anderson sang “O Danny Boy”. Piper was Allan Patterson. Interment followed at the Haven of Rest Cemetery, Amaranth.

Clarke’s Funeral Home, Gladstone in care of arrangements.

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