CanadianObits.com - A collection of obituaries from all over Canada


All MANITOBA Data Collections at our friend, Ancestry.com

CanadianObits.com - Manitoba

Search CanadianObits.com here:

First Name:   Last Name:

Results will display our free data content, free external content, as well as Ancestry.com search results, all shown separately.

Canadian Historical Newspapers - Newspapers.com  -  Search the massive Canada Marriages Database  -  Huge Canadian Obituary Collection


ALBERTA |  BRITISH COLUMBIA |  MANITOBA |  NEW BRUNSWICK |  NEWFOUNDLAND
NOVA SCOTIA |  PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND |  QUEBEC |  SASKATCHEWAN |  ONTARIO

DISCUSSION BOARDS:
Canada (all) - Alberta - British Columbia - Manitoba - New Brunswick - Newfoundland - Northwest Territory - Nova Scotia - Nunavut - Ontario - Prince Edward Island - Quebec - Saskatchewan - Yukon Territory

[ Post Response ] [ Return to Index ] [ Read Prev Obit ] [ Read Next Obit ]

Manitoba, Canada Obituaries and Death Notices Collection

MANITOBA - Gladstone - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 13

Posted By: CanadianObits.com
Date: Sunday, 18 September 2016, at 8:09 a.m.

Willo V. Wilson (Dann)

1922 – 2008

With great sadness we announce the passing of our beloved Mother, Grandmother and Great Grandmother on June 28, 2008 at Seven Regions Health Centre with her family by her side. Mom was born on June 11, 1922 to Walter and Edna Dann of Glenella.

She was predeceased by her parents; seven siblings; first husband Bob Wilson in 1946; and second husband J.W. (Bill) Wilson in October 1988. In 1940 mom married Bob Wilson of Elkhorn and was blessed with two sons Al (Florence) and Bill (Bev). Bob passed away in 1946. One year later she married John William Wilson and together they were blessed with three sons and one daughter, Bob (Lynne), Tom (Karen), Ron and Debbie (Craige). Willo was also blessed to have fourteen grandchildren, ten great grandchildren as well as survived by one sister-in-law Elsie and many nieces and nephews.

Mom really enjoyed her years as a Nurses Aide in Neepawa and Gladstone Care Homes.

We the family would sincerely like to express our thanks to everyone at Third Crossing Manor and Seven Regions Health Centre.

Funeral service was held Thursday, July 3, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in the Gladstone United Church with Sandra Rex officiating. Interment followed in the Riverside Cemetery, Neepawa.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association, 200 – 310 Broadway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 9Z9 or to the Children’s Wish Foundation, 350 St. Mary Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 3J2.

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

Vernon Vincent Pohl

December 9, 1924 ~ July 7, 2008

Vernon was born December 9, 1924, in the Bear Creek District near Gladstone, MB, the youngest son of Albert Henry and Antonia Louise Pohl. He attended Bear Creek School and worked for two or three farmers until the summer of 1941 when he joined the Army. He served in the Royal Canadian Army Service Corp, the 3rd Division, in Europe during World War II. He met his first wife, Mavis in Southampton, England, and they were married April 4, 1945. After the war they moved to Gladstone, MB, and built their first home 5 miles west of Gladstone where they farmed until Vernon took a job as the caretaker of the elementary school in 1953 until 1967. He then decided to take up carpentry full time and fixed many old houses still standing in Gladstone. He then worked on many carpentry projects with his brothers David, Albert, and Henry. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #110 in Gladstone and was on the vestry of the All Saints Anglican Church for many years always adjourning the meetings. Vern and Mavis took in foster children for over 25 years and provided them with a loving family. Vern was always a great Dad and Grandpa, had a wonderful sense of humor, was very down to earth in his views and loved people.

Mavis died in 2000 and Vern married Elizabeth Stamler of Winnipeg in 2003. Vern and Liz enjoyed each other’s company, playing cards, visiting extended family, going on short trips together, and having coffee at the coffee shop with friends.

Vern was predeceased by his parents; his first wife Mavis; Mavis’ sister Irene and husband Noel Huppe; his brothers Arthur, Albert and Henry; as well as his sisters Minnie and Mary. He is survived by his wife Elizabeth; sister Margaret Radford of Neepawa; brother Dave (Pearl) of Portage; sister in law Marie Pohl; his children Tedd (Shelly) of Gladstone, Michael (Judy) of Okotoks, Verna (Tom) Otto of Gladstone, Mark (Jacqueline) of Gladstone, and Corianne (Neil) Chapman of Brandon, and foster son Joseph Roulette. He is also survived by stepchildren Phyllis (John) Robinson of Hillside Beach, MB, Andrew (Marie) Stamler of Scarborough, Ont., and Allan (Lynette) Stamler of Saskatoon, SK. And by his grandchildren Megan Pohl, Tara (James) Gargol, Lindsay (Chris) Ingram, Blake Clark, Jason (Deanna) Otto, Julianna Rempel, Philip (Rachel) Otto, Kelly Otto, Jessica, and Tony Pohl, Danny, Kathy, and John Robinson, Michael and Daniel Stamler. He is survived by great grandchildren Brooklyn, Storm, Cadence, Matteo, Andie, Gracie, Gregory, Christopher, and Nicole as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral service was held Friday, July 11, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in the All Saints Anglican Church, Gladstone with Rev. Chad McCharles officiating. Interment followed in the Gladstone Cemetery.

If friends so desire donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or to the All Saints Anglican Church, Box 578, Gladstone MB, R0J 0T0.

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

Milford Kilfoyle

1928 – 2008

On Wednesday, July 9, 2008 Milford passed away peacefully at Portage General Hospital.

Milford was born 80 years ago on April 5, 1928. The son of an English war bride, and an Ontario farm boy turned soldier, Milford grew up in the Pathhead district north of MacGregor. The small farm that his father Robert purchased had to support him and his wife Martha, and their 5 sons and 4 daughters. Life back then on the farm was hard, but it was also a great learning experience. Everyone had to pitch in and work together to share the load. The close knit rural community produced friendships and memories that would stay with Milly his whole life.

Following his school years on the farm, Milford went off to work and eventually joined Manitoba Hydro, where he worked for 12 years. Following his career with Hydro, Milly joined the Manitoba Highways department in MacGregor where he worked for 22 years, until his retirement in 1991.

Milford was an avid sportsman. In his youth he played baseball and curled. Later he was an avid fan of both sports, as well as football and hockey. He was also an outdoorsman and especially enjoyed deer and moose hunting with his twin brother, Clifford. When he was not enjoying these pastimes, he could often be found cruising the countryside in his truck with his faithful dog Trigger at his side.

Milford was a truly unique character in MacGregor, and had countless friends in the region and all across the province. His home was frequently a meeting place for old friends and new to get together to reminisce about past adventures and good times. His memory of past events and details was legendary, as was his quick wit and ability to entertain with stories. He was kind and generous, with a special fondness for his numerous young nieces and nephews. He will be remembered and missed by many. Milford was predeceased by his parents, Martha and Robert; brothers Melvin and Howard; sister Margaret McVannel; and brother-in-laws Russ Tarr, Larry Naswell, and Bill Ross. He leaves to fondly remember him his brothers Clifford (Joan)of MacGregor, Bob(Joan) of Bandon; sisters Lillian Tarr (MacGregor), Alice Ross(Cumberland, BC), and Isabelle Naswell(Courtney, BC); brother-in-law Harry McVannel(MacGregor); sister-in-law Lucille Robertson(Winnipeg), and numerous nieces and nephews.

Memorial service was held on Monday, July 14, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in the MacGregor United Church with Sandra Rex officiating. Interment followed in the MacGregor Cemetery.

If friends so desire, memorial donations in Milford’s memory can be made to the MacGregor Health Foundation, Box 250, MacGregor R0H 0R0 or the MacGregor United Church, Box 56, MacGregor, R0H 0R0.

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

William (Bill) Kuhn

Peacefully, on July 10th, 2008, with his family at his side, Bill, age 83, passed away at the Seven Regions Health Centre in Gladstone, Manitoba. Bill was predeceased by his parents William and Ida Kuhn. Remaining to forever cherish his memory are Elsie, his beloved wife of 55 years; his son Douglas and his wife Julie of Westbourne; and his daughter Gayle of rural Brandon. Grandchildren Corey and Carrie had a special place in his heart. Bill is also survived by his sister Helene Lloyd of Penticton, BC.

Born in Katznase, West Prussia, Germany on September 29, 1924, Bill immigrated to Canada at the age of one. His childhood was spent on the family farm in the Austin area. After finishing school, Bill joined the RCNVR serving on both the Atlantic and the Pacific. When WW II was over, Bill joined Manitoba Hydro. On October 12, 1952 Bill married Elsie, and his job took them to Ashern, Lundar, Stonewall, and finally Westbourne where he was the District Supervisor. After seventeen years of climbing poles, Bill decided it was time for a change. For the next ten years, with Elsie at his side, they owned and operated Bill’s Red & White (later Bill’s M&M) in Langruth. In 1976 they sold the store and Bill returned to his roots, purchasing a grain farm in the Lakeland area. Bee keeping was Bill’s passion. Over the years he expanded his apiary into a large successful business, for a few years in partnership with Jim Poschenrieder. Health reasons prompted the sale of the business in 1984. In semi-retirement Bill spent countless enjoyable hours out in “the shop”. Bill and Doug were best friends and worked side by side in all ventures. A stroke in 1995 brought his working career to a close. In 2001, Bill and Elsie moved into an apartment in Gladstone where he lived until his passing.

Bill was honoured to be a member of the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #162 in Langruth. He was recognized as a Life Member and received his 50 year pin in 2005. He held various offices including two terms as President.

Memorial service was held on Tuesday, July 15, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in Clarke’s Funeral Chapel, Gladstone with Sandra Rex officiating. A private family interment took place in Austin Cemetery.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, 824-18th Street, Unit 3, Brandon MB R7A 5B7 or to the Northwest Handi Transit, Box 757, Gladstone, MB R0J 0T0.

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

Bradley Alvin Mayor

With saddened hearts, we announce the sudden passing of our son, brother and best friend Bradley Alvin Mayor on July 12, 2008.

Brad was born to Lori and Craig Mayor in Brandon, MB on December 30, 1989. Brad lived in Neepawa, MB and had recently moved to a beautiful place on the lake, at Rivers, MB with his dad, so they could be closer to his mom and Krystal as this was very important to Brad.

Brad lived and enjoyed his life to the fullest! He enjoyed any sport but was more involved in winter sports. Brad started hockey at a young age and he excelled quickly to become a very skilled and valuable player. Brad always gave 110% on the ice and to his team. He enjoyed snowmobiling with his dad and also snowboarding. He was looking forward to his new life in Rivers and finding employment in the Brandon area.

Brad’s life growing up was a little different than most, and many hands were there helping him to grow and learn. His Dad and sister were always there for him, along with his two grandmas, his grandpa and aunts and uncles. He was the “apple of both Grandmas’ eyes” both who thought he could do no wrong. Brad challenged the world and did more in his short 18 years than most would have. His Dad was always chasing after him and when Craig couldn’t Grandma Shirley would. He loved to make people laugh and when he arrived at a place he would get the party started, usually by dancing and singing songs.

His door was always open to his friends and there was always a place to stay for his buddies. In a recent conversation with his cousin, he said “he considered his Dad as one of his best friends, not just a Dad” and his Dad shared that Brad was “his right hand man!”

Buddy “B”, as he was fondly called, was also a great brother to Krystal and he also considered her more of a friend than just a sister. He had nothing but good things to say about his big sister and loved her dearly. Brad also had a very special relationship with his mother. He was a caring young man who would often stop to visit or take his mom out to the mall all on his own. Brad had recently graduated from High School and was figuring out what he wanted to do with his life; as most young men are. It was obvious to those who were closest to him that he was “coming into his own” and becoming a great young man who everyone could be proud of.

Brad is survived by and will be sadly missed by his mom, dad, sister Krystal, Grandma Marge Legge, Grandpa Norm Mayor (Lois) and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins too many to mention. He was predeceased by his Grandma Shirley Mayor in 2005 and Great Grandpa Legge.

A Celebration of Brad’s Life was held on Thursday, July 17, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in the Yellowhead Arena with Rev. Joe Ball officiating. Urn Bearer was Lance Nugent; Honourary Pallbearers were Roshton Shaman, Dustin McDonald, Ian Clements, Lee Martin, Justin Willis, Eric Seddon, Brett McPhee, and all friends in attendance. Eulogy was given by Murray Martin. Attending in a group and forming an honour guard were coaches and teammates of the Neepawa Tigers Hockey team.

Brad Mayor- “kind of a big deal!”

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

Beverley Jean Jones (nee Hillman)

Bev passed away on Tuesday, July 15, 2008 comfortably and peacefully surrounded by her loving family at the Health Sciences Centre, Winnipeg, MB. Bev was born December 23, 1959 in Winnipeg, MB and left us at the young age of 48 years. For the last several months before her passing she had been residing with her husband Allan in MacGregor, MB.

Bev is predeceased by both her parents Victor & Joan Hillman.

She is survived by her loving and adoring husband and best friend of 30 years Allan John Jones; two children Devan and Colby Jones; three grandchildren Tyler, Conner and Hunter Jones. She also leaves behind a large family of in-laws, a great number of aunts, uncles and cousins all who loved her dearly.

She will be sadly missed, greatly loved and lovingly remembered for everything and all that she was and did.

Funeral service was held Friday, July 25, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in the Gladstone United Church with Rev. Ian Olive officiating. Interment followed in the Gladstone Cemetery.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to Central Plains Cancer Care Services, 318 Saskatchewan Ave. E., Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, R1N 0K8.

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

Marie Brown

Marie Brown passed away on Saturday, July 19, 2008 at the Lions Prairie Manor, Portage la Prairie, Manitoba at the age of 91 years.

Friends called for visitation on Thursday, July 24, 2008 from 7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at Clarke's Funeral Chapel, MacGregor.

Funeral service was held Friday, July 25, 2008 at 11:00 a.m. in the EM Church, MacGregor with Pastor Glenn Loewen officiating. Interment followed in the Austin Cemetery.

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

Donald Barry Hodge

On Monday, July 21, 2008 Donald Barry Hodge, beloved husband of Merle Jean Taylorson (nee Goodwin) passed away peacefully in the Lions Prairie Manor, Portage la Prairie. Don was 68 years old. He was born January 8, 1940 at Beaver, Manitoba and was the second of eleven children born to Gladys and Beech Hodge.

Don received his education at the MacGregor School. He quit school at an early age to help on the family farm. He worked on the farm with his dad until his Dad’s passing in 1978. He continued to farm and he worked for Don MacDonald digging basements or sewer lines whenever needed. He bought a D4 Cat and cleaned off the Municipal Dump every month. He’d haul his own cattle to Winnipeg in his ¾ ton truck until he bought a cattle trailer and he hauled cattle for other people also and it got to be a regular job.

Don loved his cattle and all the work and hours he put in with them.

He married Merle Jean Taylorson (nee Goodwin) on May 3, 1980. They lived in the town of MacGregor until 1993 when they bought a house and moved it north and west of MacGregor to the Taylorson farm.

Predeceased by his parents and one sister Florence Perun (Nick) and two brothers Dennis and Gerald.

He leaves to mourn his passing his wife Merle; sisters Linda (Stan), Edith (Gerald), Sandra (Merv), Diane (Wayne), Laurel (Bob); brothers Keith (Linda), Bruce (Darlene); as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Funeral service was held on Thursday, July 24, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. in the MacGregor United Church with Rev. Quentin Robinson officiating. Interment followed in the Beaver Creek Cemetery. Pallbearers were Ken Wright, Anton Wiebe, Peter Doerksen, Darren Blyth, Sheldon Falconer, and Dan Hiebert. Honourary pallbearers were Jim MacDonald, Carl Berquist, Don & Isobelle Wright, Don MacDonald, and Roy Hodge.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to the MacGregor United Church, Box 56, MacGregor, MB, R0H 0R0.

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

Canadian Marriages Search Engine

[ Post Response ] [ Return to Index ] [ Read Prev Obit ] [ Read Next Obit ]

Manitoba, Canada Obituaries and Death Notices Collection is maintained by CanadianObits with WebBBS 5.12.

1921 Census of Canada

CanadianObits.com Obituary Index - NEW!

Canadian Obituary & Death Notice Archive - GenLookups.com

Canadian Obituary Collection - GenealogyBuff.com

Search Historical Newspaper Collections


CANADIAN NOTABLES 1999-2000 (living & deceased)

Search for your names in this Canadian Marriages Search:

First Name: (first name optional)
Last Name:

      

 Search fulltext Canadian Genealogy Discussion Groups:

First Name: (first name optional)
Last Name:   UPDATED!!!

      

Now filtering Canadian provinces!


 
SEARCH CANADIAN MARRIAGES

IMPORTANT HINT!!! - When the list of results displays, DON'T click
on anything! Just pass your mouse over the links at
each listing and you will see a balloon with the marriage
information!

FIRST NAME:

 LAST NAME:

 


Rootsweb Review Archives Search
Search through the archives of this past genealogy update!


First Name:
Last Name:

Search through tons of fulltext obits
from all over the United States.

SURNAME ONLY SEARCHES
WORK BEST!


First Name:
Last Name:

Search through tons of marriage records
from all over the United States.

SURNAME ONLY SEARCHES
WORK BEST!

The ROOTS-L Message Listserver was a valuable asset to family researching for many years. This archive is TEEMING with family data and clues that can help your research. Here is a handy search tool for that ENTIRE archive!

First Name: (optional)
Last Name:

No results for your search terms? Keep checking back! We add new data every day!


Marriage Search Engines

Statewide Obituary Archives


Free Surname Meanings and History Lookup NEW!!!

Some of the interesting facts you'll learn about your surname:

  • Meaning and History
  • Where your family lived in the U.S. and U.K.
  • Average life expectancy
  • When your family immigrated to the U.S.
  • Common occupations
  • Service in the Civil War

    Enter your last name HERE to get started!


     

     


    If the results that you get turn out to be a death notice rather than an obituary, many times you can find a fulltext obituary by doing a search HERE.

     

     


     

     

    Search through 40 million
    Obituary and Death Records
    in Archives.com


  • GenealogyBuff.com - 1880USCensus.com - MortalitySchedules.com - SSDI-Search.com - Surname Search Utility - FamGen.net - GenLookups.com

    HOME PAGE

    Copyright © 2016 CanadianObits.com - the format and design of this website
    is completely owned by CanadianObits.com, while the content of obituary data is
    forever owned by the families of the deceased.