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MANITOBA - Gladstone - Miscellaneous Obituaries - 21

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Date: Sunday, 18 September 2016, at 8:13 a.m.

Lloyd William McDougald

With the love of his life at his side, Lloyd passed away peacefully on February 24, 2009 at Lions Prairie Manor.

He will be deeply missed by his wife, Merna and children: Beth (Brian) Bruce; Lois (Don) Evenson; Malcolm (Sandy) McDougald; Laura (John) Burke; Ali (Bob) Schkrawritka; Norma (Brad) Collins; Sandy (Shane) Thomas as well as 18 loving grandchildren and 10 great grand children.

Lloyd was born June 18, 1917 at Elmore, Saskatchewan the youngest of 8 children. He was predeceased by his parents Duncan & Ella McDougald, his seven siblings and his Mother and Father in law Ada Defoe Kingsbury & Guy Defoe.

He grew up in Carievale, Saskatchewan and at the age of 25 he enlisted in the army and went off to fight in World War II. He went to Maple Creek and Dundurn, Saskatchewan for his army training before being shipped overseas. He spent his time in Britain, Italy & Belgium with the Princess Louise Dragoon Guards.

Following the war he met his future wife Merna Defoe and they were married on November 11, 1945. Lloyd & Merna then started their farming career at Carievale. After a few years of farming, they along with Beth, Lois and Malcolm moved to Ontario where Lloyd worked for a cattleman. Laura was born while in Ontario. They then headed to MacGregor, Manitoba to a farm they purchased sight unseen. While at MacGregor Ali, Norma & Sandy were born. They continued farming until 1968 when they purchase the General Store and Post Office at Lavenham. In 1985 they retired to MacGregor where they had built a new home.

Lloyd was very involved in 4H with his children and one year took a white purebred bull calf, Snowball to the Toronto Royal Winter Fair. While at the Toronto Royal he entered a judging competition and placed 2nd. In later years golfing became his passion and his collection of bottles, tins, toys, stamps and coins. In their new home they had a “Junk Room” that held his prized purchases. In later life reading became a favourite past time and politics always held a special interest for him.

Lloyd had an unconditional love for his family and all his grand and great grandchildren. He loved the many special times when family were all together. Hockey, baseball, soccer were all sports he enjoyed watching his grandchildren participate in. He enjoyed watching the local senior hockey team play at the Nor Mac Centre.

Lloyd’s family all have special memories of him that they will hold dear. Be at peace now.

A private family service was held at Clarke’s Funeral Home.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the North Norfolk MacGregor Library, MacGregor, Manitoba, R0H 0R0 or a charity of one’s choice.

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

Barry Jeffrey Roulette

Passed away at his residence in Sandy Bay First Nation, Manitoba on Friday, February 27, 2009 at the age of 43 years.

Barry was a beloved father, grandfather, brother, cousin, uncle, godfather and special friend. He was a family man to his children, he was both mother and father, their everything. He earned a certificate in carpentry which made him a spectacular craftsman. He was a hard worker and he didn’t believe in doing a half fast job. Barry was a perfectionist and wanted it done right. When he was at home he liked to have his house clean, neat and tidy. He also loved his cars and working on them was his hobby. Barry was also fascinated by leather jackets. He went through many in his life and cherished them.

Barry never made plans; he always went with the flow. He constantly made his rounds in visiting family. Barry loved children and always loved carrying them or playing with them. He nick named many of the children and always had unconditional love to anyone who knew him. He put himself first before others and when it came to family he was always protective. He became sensitive when someone in the family was hurt. Barry was empathetic and never a selfish man.

Barry was like one of the boys, age did not matter to him and it was always just a number. He loved dancing and attending dances. He liked all types of music. Barry was a people person and very outgoing. He was sometimes silly but funny and loved being a prankster as well as making jokes. To anyone that knew him, he was just simply cool. He was not shy when it came to taking pictures, he would even strike a pose because he loved the camera. Barry loved to laugh and make other people laugh.

Barry was truly a unique character; he was honest, respectful, forgiving, caring, loving and entertaining. He never held a grudge or any ill feelings towards anyone and he had no enemies. He was a happy person, always smiling. When he received a gift he would say “You didn’t have to buy me anything, Thank You.” He was always grateful for everything.

Barry didn’t have a lot, but he made sure there was enough love for everyone. He was our angel in disguise.

God called on his angels to come for his son, now he is with him, and we can only be proud because he will no longer suffer like he did in this world. We love you Barry. You will always be forever in our hearts. Until that one beautiful day we see you again. We will forever cherish the moments we had with you.

He leaves to mourn his passing his common-law wife Ashley Richard; baby girl Norma Jean born February 4, 2009; children Felicia and grandson Lelande, Brennon, Mercedes, Barry Jr., Byron, Tori, Trina and Chloe; goddaughters Elissa Beaulieu and Thea Roulette; godsons Theo Roulette and Jonson Richard Houle; sisters Sharon, Audrey (Rudy), Jean (Thomas), Rhonda (Earl) and Deanna (Silverman); brother Wayne (Barbara); aunt Nellie Sutherland; and numerous nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

He was predeceased by parents Solomon Roulette in 1991 and Pearl Roulette in 1992; brother Larry in infancy; brother-in-law Stewart Beaulieu; grandparents George Sutherland, Eliza Sutherland, William Roulette, Antoinette Roulette; uncles Clarence Roulette, Bert Sutherland, Roderick Roulette; Alfred Roulette, Gabrielle Roulette and William Roulette; aunts Betty Beaulieu, Virginia Roulette, Doris Sutherland and Sarah Prince.

Wake began Sunday, March 1, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. in Sandy Bay First Nation Community complex.

Funeral service was held Tuesday, March 3, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. in Our Lady Of Guadalupe Catholic Church, Sandy Bay First Nation with Father Roy George Vazhaplankudiyil officiating. Interment followed in the Sandy Bay First Nation Cemetery. Pallbearers were Elvis Aaron Roulette, Timothy Beaulieu, Joseph Richard, Jason Beaulieu, Virgil Roulette and Cameron Racette. Honourary Pallbearers were Troy Roulette, Richard Roulette, Delaney Roulette, Curtis Beaulieu, Silverman Roulette, Jonathon Houle, Thomas Richard Jr., Frank McIvor, Wayne Beaulieu, Darren Sutherland, Earl Spence, Thomas Richard Sr., Rudy Beaulieu, Joey Spence, Jason Richard, Curtis Roulette, Clyde Beaulieu, David (Carl) Beaulieu, Walter Beaulieu Jr., Rudy Dillon Beaulieu, Dean Roulette; as well as all nephews, nieces, relatives and friends.

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

John James Wilson

On March 2, 2009 John James Wilson peacefully passed away at Third Crossing Manor at the age of 91 years.

He was predeceased by his loving wife of 54 years, Mary and his daughter Rose Marie as well as his sisters and brothers Ellen, Sarah, Mary, Henry and Wally.

He will be sadly missed by his daughter Grace; and his son Wally as well as his granddaughters Cindy, Brenda (Richard), Sharon (Mark) and Heather (Grant); grandson Earl (Lena); great grandchildren Brittany, Dayna, Morgan, Matthew, Amanda, Justin, Marcy, Kayla, Eric, Garrett, Aubrey and Leah; as well as the Knott families whom he dearly loved.

He was employed on various farms and ranches and spent almost 2 decades at the Gladstone Auction Mart. He was a loyal and trustworthy employee and friend.

He was a gentleman who lived a simple life secure in the community of his friends and neighbors of Gladstone and surrounding area.

The family would like to express their gratitude to his caregivers and this community for the love and support that they have given us.

Viewing took place Friday, March 6, 2009 from 7:00 – 8:00 p.m. at Clarke’s Funeral Chapel, Gladstone.

Funeral service was held Saturday, March 7, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. in the Gladstone United Church with Rev. Ian Olive officiating. Interment followed in the Gladstone Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gerald McGowan, Terry Karaz, Darryl Mauthe, Jim Smith, Ken Fraser, and Bob Thomson. Honourary Pallbearers were Tony and Steph Karaz, Edith and Reg Dixon, Tom McCrae, Irene Foxon, Verna Coutts, Albert Poersch, Rena Innes and Eddy Craik.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice.

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

Henry Walsh Reid

March 10, 1916 – March 7, 2009

Surrounded by his family, Harry passed away at Third Crossing Manor, Gladstone on Saturday, March 7, 2009 – three days short of his 93rd birthday.

He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 59 years Lois; his 5 children Gail of Edmonton, Brian (Trish) of Carman, Cheryl (Vince Warden) of Winnipeg, Rob (Brenda) of Winnipeg and Gwen (Gary) Single of MacGregor; 5 grandchildren Justin (Catherine) Reid, Tara (Curtis) Tchir, Tyler & Kaleigh Warden, and Christopher Single; 2 great grandchildren Kieran and Soren Reid. Harry is also survived by sisters Florence Gilbert of Okotoks, Alberta, Laura (Orville) Dahl of Viceroy, Saskatchewan, Frances (Lloyd) Pyper of Winnipeg and Ethel Townsend of Winnipeg; sisters-in-law Leona Reid of Gladstone and Shirley Reid of Winnipeg; brother-in-law Arne Dahl of Souris; as well as many nieces and nephews.

Harry was predeceased by his parents; brothers Ken, Jack and Frank; sister Ada Dahl; brothers-in-law Russell Gilbert and Charlie Townsend.

Harry was born in Viceroy, Saskatchewan on March 10, 1916, the second eldest of nine children. In 1937 the family moved to Manitoba.

Harry served in the Royal Canadian Air Force as an Airframe Mechanic from 1941 – 1945.

On June 25, 1949 he married Lois (Moffat) and for many years they farmed south west of Gladstone.

Curling, bowling and golf were favourite past-times and his family is indebted to his buddies that enabled him to keep active in these sports up until a few years ago. Dedicated to his family, he enjoyed spending time with the grandchildren. Golfing with his grandsons were special times.

Harry was a member of Legion #110, Life Member of the Curling Club and an active Charter Member of the Elks.

The family is grateful to the staff at Third Crossing Manor for his care over the past 3 ½ years.

A Celebration of Harry’s life was held Wednesday, March 11, 2009 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 the Seven Regions Palliative Care, Box 711, Gladstone, Manitoba, R0J 0T0 or to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, 10-120 Donald Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3C 9Z9.

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

Jake (Jacob) Hoeppner

Dad was born on November 26, 1928 to Jacob and Mary Hoeppner in the RM of Stanley. He went home to be with his Lord and Savior on March 29, 2009.

Dad gave his heart to God sometime in his later teens.

Dad spent most of his growing up years in the Morden district until his parents moved to the MacGregor area in the 1940’s.

It was at MacGregor that Dad met Rosie Unrau, the love of his life, when she was only 15 years old. They were wed 3 years later on November 22, 1952. Together Mom and Dad had 4 sons and 2 daughters. Dad was a hard worker, but he still found time and energy to spend with his children. In the early years of their marriage Mom and Dad made their home in Winnipeg, where Dad worked mainly as a tinsmith and gas fitter. But his first love was farming, so they moved to their first farm south of Austin in 1960. From there, they continued farming at MacGregor and Waldersee. Finally Dad, along with Mom often by his side, spent the next few years enjoying God’s creation while delivering the Free Press to the drop-off places on his route. Mom and Dad retired to Brandon when Dad was in his late fifties. Dad found the inactivity a challenge, and they ended coming full circle when they bought an acreage at Austin. Dad remained busy in his retirement. He enjoyed camping, gardening, yard work, travelling, going for coffee, volunteering at camp and clerking at the MCC stores. Mom and Dad also enjoyed singing together at home and in service to their Lord. He spent many hours in his recliner reading the book he loved the best, his Bible.

Grandparenting came early in Dad’s life, and even though they were still busy raising children, he was very proud of his first grandchild. All of his children were dear to him. Mom and Dad travelled many miles, provided willing hands, spent countless hours on their behalf, and most importantly, prayed daily for each one by name.

Dad is survived by Rosie, his wife of 56 years; sons James (Jim), Timothy (Donna), Kenneth (Janice) and David (Johanna); daughters Janet Buhler (Alan) and Sharon Loewen (Reg); 15 grandchildren; 8 great-grandchildren; 1 brother Peter; 4 sisters Kay Hankel, Mary Peters, Irene Fox and Jean Hoeppner.

Dad was predeceased by his parents Jacob and Mary Hoeppner; 1 brother in infancy; sister Shirley Kennedy; and nephew Glen Peters.

Viewing took place Thursday, April 2, 2009 from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Clarke’s Funeral Chapel, MacGregor.

Funeral service was held Friday, April 3, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. in the MacGregor EM Church with Pastor Myron Friesen and Pastor Victor Funk officiating. Interment followed in the MacGregor Cemetery. Pallbearers were Trent Loewen, Vance Loewen, Donovan Hoeppner, Murray Hoeppner, Douglas Buhler, Rebecca Buhler, Larissa Hoeppner and Morgan Hoeppner.

If friends so desire, memorial donations may be made to Valley View Bible Camp, Box 430, MacGregor, Manitoba, R0H 0R0.

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

Justyce Aalycia Rae Mousseau

Passed away on March 30, 2009 in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Predeceased by Great Great Grandma Marie Spence; Great Grandma Grace Roulette; Great Grandfather Albert Roulette; Great Grandparents Lena and Percy Mousseau; Great Grandma Margaret Racette; and Uncle George Mousseau.

Survived by Parents Michelle and Blake Mousseau; Great Grandparents Irene Richard, Martha McIvor, Lawrence & Mary Mousseau; Grandparents Brenda & Frederick Mousseau (Pumpkin), Andrew Mousseau (Roberta), and Gwen Richard; Aunts and Uncles Blanche, Romanial (Bobbylynn), Andrew, Mercedes, Madison, Aiden, Jeffery (Olivia), Freddy, Derek (Twyla), Merna (Virgil), Maryanne (Ira), and Gloria (Kelvin); Godparents Romanial Mousseau and Blanche Mousseau; and too many Aunts, Uncles, Great Aunts, and Great Uncles to name.

Wake began on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 at 1:00 p.m. in the Sandy Bay Community Complex, Sandy Bay First Nation, Manitoba.

Funeral Service was held Thursday, April 2, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at Our Lady Of Guadalupe Catholic Church, Sandy Bay First Nation, Manitoba with Father Roy George Vazhaplankudiyil officiating. Pallbearers were Andrew Mousseau Jr., Romanial Mousseau, Ira Beaulieu and Lance Mousseau.

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

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