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Sherman Grosney

Dec 08, 1927 - Dec 08, 2023

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Winnipeg, MB

Sherman passed away peacefully on December 3, 2023 at the age of 96. Left to mourn is his beloved partner Cathy of 32 years. The family would like to thank Health Science Centre for all their care and compassion. Cremation has taken place and there will be no formal service.

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Irma Elfriede Barten

Mar 04, 1929 - Feb 26, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

(nee Krumbiegel) March 4, 1929- February 26, 2024 Irma Elfriede Barten passed away with her daughters by her side. She was predeceased by her husband Hans in 2015, son Gordy in 2022, sister Marianne and her parents. She is lovingly remembered and missed by her daughters Monika (Art) and Sylvia (Darryl), grandchildren Daniel, Karrie, Jacob, Abigail (Anthony) and Rebecca, great grand-children Emily, Sierra, Makenna. She also leaves behind Ardice, Katelyn, Brittany, Ven. Irma was born and raised in Nerchau, Germany. Her family was very close; they loved each other deeply and took care of each other. Times were tough during World War II. Mom was a teenager who learned to make do with what they had. Although food, electricity and heat were scarce, there was an abundance of love. Her family became very close as they sat by candlelight, singing songs, telling stories and praying for loved ones in battle. This strong bond gave Mom the determination and commitment to continue her education and become a nurse. She met Dad in Hamburg and decided to marry him and start their new lives together as a family with Gordy and Monika. They moved to Canada and settled in Red Lake, ON. Sylvia was born in 1968. They lived there for many years and Mom decided to nurse in Canada. She recertified in English and worked at the Red Lake hospital for many years. Everyone knew she was compassionate, kind and loving. Mom was active in the church as well. When Mom and Dad moved to Winnipeg in 1985, she continued her volunteerism in the church and the Transcona community. Mom loved nature! Many days and weekends were spent at the cottage in Wallace Lake. Walking in the bush, picking blueberries and endless hours of canoeing; these were some of her favourite activities. She loved to bake. Many people will remember her doughnuts rising outside on hot summer days, Apfelkuchen and Schwartzwalder Kirchtorte. She sewed, knitted and enjoyed crafts; especially those with glitter. Music was very important to Mom. She sang in church choirs for many years. Mom will be sadly missed, but she is now in peace. She sends her love. Funeral Service will be held at Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd, 401 Kildare Avenue West. Service will be on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at 11:00 a.m. with lunch afterwards. Interment will follow at Sage Creek Cemetery, 884 Symington Road.

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Ellen 'Ilene' Jackson

Jul 22, 1935 - Feb 25, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

Ellen ‘Ilene’ Jackson It is with heavy hearts that our family wishes to announce the unexpected but peaceful passing of Ellen ‘Ilene’ Jackson (nee Eikel) on February 25th at her home in Winnipeg. Ilene was born on July 22, 1935 in Big River Saskatchewan to Oscar and Grace (Anderson) Eikel. Growing up in Big River, Ilene helped with the family farm, the general store, and worked in remote sawmill camps across northern Saskatchewan. After attending business school, she later moved to Meadow Lake where she eventually met the love of her life, Harry Jackson and they married in August 1968. Left to cherish her memory is her beloved husband, Harry. She was blessed with two children, her son Cameron (Jacqueline) and grandchildren Valerie and Connor, and daughter, Cathie (Marty) and her grandchildren Isabelle and Zachary. Also left to mourn, her brothers George (Cecila) and Andrew (Adelle), sister-in-law Myrna (Erling), sister-in-law Ada (Paul), brother-in-law Bill (Alice), and sister-in-law Helen, as well as many beloved nieces, nephews, extended family in Norway including step-brother Per Folkvord and step-sister Berglijot Ogaard, and her wonderful group of friends that she cherished deeply. She is preceded by her parents, Oscar and Grace, stepmother Ragna, brothers John and Norman (Meryl), sister Evelyn (Erling), and brother-in-law Joe Hyde. Mom, you earned your wings on Sunday. Thank you for always loving us all unconditionally. Although you are no longer here with us, we still feel your love guiding us through this difficult time. You were the glue that held us all together and you saw beauty in everything in life. You will always be a beautiful memory kept locked in our hearts. We love you Mom xo Funeral service will be held at Cropo Funeral Chapel in Winnipeg on Saturday, March 2, 2024 at 10:00 am. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to a charity of choice.

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Rui (Roy) Fernandes Pimentel

Feb 20, 1977 - Feb 20, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of our beloved father, husband, son, brother and grandson, Rui (Roy) Fernandes Pimentel, at the age of 46 on Tuesday, February 20, 2024. Roy leaves behind his loving wife of 27 years, Keri and their 3 children, Aidan, Nyla and Marko. He also leaves to mourn his parents John and Tina Pimentel, his brother Randy Pimentel and his daughters, Layla, Madison and Cali; his grandmother, Maria Pimentel; his sisters-in law, Lori (Shane) and Tracy along with many wonderful nieces, nephews, aunties, uncles, cousins and friends, including his beloved dogs Buddy and Ace. Roy is predeceased by his grandfather, Joao Pimentel; his grandparents Filomena Jamie Figueiredo and his father-in-law Paul Romanoff. Roy grew up in the Garden Grove area of Winnipeg and attended Garden Grove Elementary, Stanley Knowles Middle School and Sisler High School. Roy had a competitive nature and loved to play sports. He started playing hockey at a young age and continued in high school and played for North Winnipeg Satellites. Roy enjoyed the summer, going to Winnipeg Beach to see family at the cabin and water skiing on the lake. Later, Roy took up golf and would play many courses in Winnipeg and surrounding areas. Roy met Keri in 1996 while working at McDonalds at the McPhillips Street Station and shortly thereafter began dating and became inseparable. They loved to travel together to places like Las Vegas, Mexico and spent a month in the Azores, Portugal with Roy's family. Following their adventures, life had begun. They purchased their first home and were married in 2003. Soon after they welcomed their first child, Aidan, followed by Nyla and Marko, quickly becoming a family of 5. Roy's greatest joy was being a dad and he would do anything for his kids. He was always involved with their sporting activities, whether it was football, soccer or hockey. He would volunteer at his kid's school and field trips as well as coach both football and hockey when given the opportunity. He loved watching the boys play hockey and could always find him standing by the glass cheering them on. He most recently was taking Nyla to practice her driving skills. Despite the many challenges Roy faced with his health, he always gave his all for his family and he will forever be missed. We would like to extend a special thank you for the outpouring of love and support from all our friends, family, hockey families and the Portuguese community during this very difficult time. Mass and memorial service will be held on Tuesday, March 5, 2024, at 12 noon at the Immaculate Conception Church, 181 Austin Street N with reception to follow. Que Deus te proteja para sempre. Você será lembrado e nunca esquecido. "May God protect you forever. You shall be remembered and never forgotten" Flowers are welcomed or you may contribute to Roy’s Family Fundraiser in support of Keri and their children. Please go to Roy Pimentel’s Family Fundraiser at Gogetfunding.com

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John Henry Brown

Jan 24, 1966 - Feb 11, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

January 24, 1966 – February 11, 2024 It is with deep sadness that we announce the sudden passing of our Father, Son, and Uncle, John Henry Brown. John passed away on February 11, 2024, at the age of 58. John is leaving behind his son James (Jasmyn), granddaughter Charlotte, James' mother Jackie, dad John; siblings, Gerry (Connie), Lucelle; nephews, Chris (Jerilyn), Jeremy (Amy), Niece Danielle (Anthony); as well as his great nieces, Julianne, Layne, Laurynn and nephew Chase. John was predeceased by his mother Idamae, brother Kirk and sister Connie. John is leaving everyone with so many amazing memories, he was a fun, loving, outgoing guy who was always ready for an adventure. He loved going on the trap line with his dad and son, hunting, fishing, camping and anything outdoors. He worked for many years with the Province of Manitoba fighting fires which was his passion. He ended his career with the government working for the Highways Department. Johns absolute pride and joy was his son James. When his granddaughter Charlotte was born, she quickly became his second pride and joy, and nothing made him prouder and happier to be his dad and her grandpa. John is greatly missed by everyone, and we know he will always be with us, watching over all of us. Cremation has taken place; a celebration of life will be held at a later date.

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James Norman Mattson

Apr 10, 1937 - Feb 22, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

James Mattson Obituary James Norman Mattson James Mattson passed away peacefully at the age of 86 years at the St. Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg, MB. Survived by his beloved wife, Edna (nee Harder), daughters; Lisa-Jane (Darren) Spletzer and Anne (Ben) Mattson Gauss, five grandchildren; Kaden and Myka Spletzer, Nikolai, August and Sasha Gauss. The family would like to thank the nursing staff at St. Boniface Hospital for their care and compassion during our dad’s final moments. A service will be held later in the summer of 2024 with details announced. A full obituary to follow. Messages of condolences can be made online at www.omegafuneralhome.com Omega Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of James Norman Mattson, please visit our floral store. Read More

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John William McWhirter

Jun 19, 1935 - Oct 26, 2023

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Winnipeg, MB

John McWhirter Obituary John William McWhirter (Jack) Peacefully, John (Jack) McWhirter, passed away on October 26, 2023. He is pre-deceased by his wife, Mary, his father Burton, mother Jessie, and sister Muriel. Left to mourn are his children; Wayne (Dana), Sharon Bonar (Dan), Bruce (Anh) and Brian. His grandchildren; Ashley (Matt), Andrew (Asli), Ainsley (Mike), Ryan, Kyla (Jared), Brittany (Gary), Kallem (Rebecca), Hung (Vadsana), and Cuong. His great grandchildren; Angel, Logan, Lincoln, Mia, Wells, Abigail, Isaac and Charlotte. Step-brothers; Gary and Kenny and their sister Linda, along with many nephews and nieces. Dad was born in Apple River, Nova Scotia on June 19, 1935. He grew up in the Bay of Fundy region of Nova Scotia and at a young age worked with his father in the family logging business. He joined the Royal Canadian Air Force at the age of 17. He was eventually transferred to Edmonton and while starting his new assignment met Mom. Dad and Mom were married shortly after that on July 30, 1955. The first 3 children were born in Edmonton and in 1958, our family was posted overseas to Baden Baden, Germany. With 3 kids in tow and another added in Germany, together they raised four children. Over 67 years of marriage Dad and Mom lived in many places and finally settled in Portage la Prairie in 1967. During their many years in Portage, he and Mom made many friends and enjoyed coffee time, fishing, snowmobiling and other activities around the community. On retirement from the Air Force, he continued working as Dad and Mom started up Jack’s Catering, serving workers around the city, and also ran the Delta Store for a number of years. Dad was well known in the community for his excellent skills in fixing anything mechanical and many a neighbour came over to the house with their equipment looking for solutions. Dad enjoyed hunting, snowmobiling, skeet shooting, and anything outdoors. Later in life he and mom took up fishing and dancing all around the province. The family deeply appreciates the care given to Dad at the Convalescent Home in Winnipeg during the last year. We were so fortunate that we were able to have him close to us. Their compassion will always be remembered. Our family has chosen to celebrate his life with a private gathering. Rest in peace Dad! In lieu of flowers donations would be greatly appreciated to Alzheimer Society MB, 10 – 120 Donald St., Winnipeg, MB R3C 4G2 or to Heart & Stroke Foundation MB, 1379 Kenaston Blvd., Winnipeg, MB R3P 2T5. Please click here to view livestream. Messages of condolences can be made online at www.omegafuneralhome.com Omega Funeral Home is entrusted with the arrangements. For a LIVE STREAMING of the service please click on the following link and follow the instructions to login: https://event.forgetmenotceremonies.com/ceremony?c=56d51f40-32d2-4506-92e3-21fe8b6edcda To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of John William McWhirter, please visit our floral store. Read More You are using an outdated web browser that does not support this video. Your browser does not support this video format. You should be able to view it in Chrome, Safari or Internet Explorer. $(document).ready(function(){ if ( false === supports_h264_baseline_video() ) { $("#vdfmtnt").show(); $("#vidplyr1").hide(); } });

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Marcel Nelson Guiboche-Esquire

Mar 01, 1946 - Feb 19, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

Marcel Guiboche-Esquire Obituary It is with a heavy heart our family announces that Dad has made his journey to be with the ones that have went on before him. Dad was predeceased by his Sisters Lucy, Cecile, and Yvonne, Great Granddaughter Sarah, Son Culley, Brothers Roger, Larry, Edward, and Bert. Sister-in-laws, Harriet, Laura, Lena, Edna, Brother-in-laws Cyril, Alex, Ed, Johnny, and Louis. Son-in-law Earl, Mother-Marie Louise (Cook)-Guiboche-Nepinak, Father-Josie Guiboche, Step-Father-Chief Daniel Nepinak, Father-in-law Patrick Pelletier, Step Mother-in-law Virginia (Boucher)-Pelletier, Mother-in-law Florence (Genaille)-Pelletier, and his loving Wife Gladys Pelletier. Dad is survived by his Sister Darlene Nepinak, Sister-in-laws Margaret, Joyce, Irene, Donna, Bella, Angella, Margie, and Linda. Brother-in-Laws Robert, Andy, Earl, Andrew, Fred, John, Bryan, and Russell. His son Marcel Jr (Connie), His Daughters Charlene and Sheryl. Dad had 16 Grandchildren and 24 Great Grandchildren. He also had many nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends throughout City Place and Portage Place. If we have forgotten anyone we sincerely apologize. Dad was born in Camperville, Manitoba and was a member of the Sapotaweyak Cree Nation. A Sacred Fire is being done by Elder Wilfred Abigosis to assist Dad with his journey. Wake Service Sunday. February 25, 5:00 pm-9:00 pm-Prayers & Wake St. Kateri Tekakwitha Aboriginal Catholic Parish 265 Flora Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba Funeral Service Monday, February 26, 11:00 am St. Kateri Tekakwitha Aboriginal Catholic Parish 265 Flora Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba Our Family would like to thank St.Boniface-Indigenous Health Services Program-Ronalda for your support, Eternal Grace Funeral Home-Nick for your empathy, and Sapotaweyak Cree Nation for your assistance. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Marcel Nelson Guiboche-Esquire, please visit our floral store. Read More

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Howard (Howie) McPherson

May 13, 1953 - Feb 17, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

Howard (Howie) McPherson Obituary It is with great sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Howard (Howie) McPherson, at the age of 70 years old in Winnipeg, MB. Howie passed away peacefully with his family by his side on February 17, 2024. Howie was a caring husband, father, brother, uncle, grandfather, great grandfather and friend. Howie leaves to mourn his wife Karen of 31 years. His sons Nelson (Shea), Sheldon (Kaitlyn), Aaron, Eric & Kyle (Jenny). His grandchildren Archer, Conan, Noah, Raye-Lyn, Alivia, Brendon (Rachel), Dallas, Kyle Jr., Kaylee, Patience, Tiana & Diamond. Great grandchildren Declan, Renae & Renèe. His brothers Garnet, Barry (Gayle), Elmer (Patricia), Gordie (Carrie), sisters Dolly (Terry), Alma, Diane (Marvin), Linda, Gloria (Russell), Betty Ann (Ron), mother-in-law, Hilda; brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, numerous nieces, nephews, cousins & friends far and near. He was predeceased by his parents Lawrence and Florence, brothers Larry, Richard & Kelly, brother-in-law Ivan, father-in-law Edward, brother-in-law, Brian, sisters-in-law Laura, Colleen & Lana. He was born in Peguis First Nation, Manitoba on May 13, 1953. He lived in Peguis until the age of 11 years old then attended Dauphin Residential School. He then attended school in Winnipeg. He was well known for his profession as a drywaller. He also enjoyed working on vehicles and doing projects around the house & yard. Howie was such a caring, kind and a fun-loving man. He loved watching sports especially his all time favorite team the Winnipeg Jets. He also enjoyed watching the Winnipeg Blue Bombers & the Toronto Blue Jays. Besides watching sports, his pastime was playing VLTs & so loved it when his grandbabies came over to visit their Papa who were his pride and joy! Wake service will be held on Thursday February 29, 2024 from 7pm-10pm at Eternal Grace Funerals. Wake service will continue on Friday March 1, 2024 at the Peguis Church. Funeral Service will follow on Saturday March 2, 2024 at 12 noon also at the Church. Marcella will be officiating. Interment at Peguis Cemetery. Pallbearers: Sheldon Leckie, Jeremy McPherson, Barry McKay, Christopher McKay, Mervin McKay, Brendon McKay Honorary Pallbearers: Earl Sutherland, Stanley Murdock, Louie Boudreau The family would like to thank Winnipeg Ambulatory Services, St. Boniface ICU and medical staff, Peguis Chief and Council and the Eternal Grace Funeral Home. And a special thank you to all the relatives for their help and support during this time of need. To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Howard (Howie) McPherson, please visit our floral store. Read More

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Jessie Mary Turner

Jun 14, 1951 - Feb 15, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

Jessie Turner Obituary Jessie Turner was born on June 14, 1951, in The Pas, Manitoba, to Leona (nee Bittern) and Harry Parenteau. She was a strong woman whose life journey was a testament to resilience, love, and dedication to her family, community, and friends. Her traditional name was Circling Thunderbird and Jessie was a proud member of Pimicikamak Cree Nation. Growing up in Thicket Portage, Manitoba, she cherished moments at the fish camp on Paint Lake and the trapline at Mile 6. From a young age, her responsibilities included looking after the camp, her siblings and cooking for the family – a role she embraced with grace and strength. During a challenging time when her mother, Leona, went to the Ninette Sanatorium for TB treatment for over two years, Jessie became the anchor that kept her siblings connected. Over the years her caring and protective nature continued to watch over Nora, Gilbert, Esabell, Dannyboy, Doreen, Gail and Ricky. Jessie was known for her natural beauty. In 1967, Jessie was chosen as the Manitoba Centennial Year Princess in Thicket Portage. Photographs were taken of her , and portraits were drawn of her in her regalia. When she was 17 years old, Jessie met the love of her life, Arthur Turner, in Cranberry Portage where she attended high school. They settled in Cormorant, married, and started a family. Jessie’s dedication to her children was strong, instilling in them to be proud of their Indigenous heritage and intolerant of hate and racism. She advocated for them when mistreated and they knew they were safe when they with their mom. She carried on that advocacy to her grandchildren with passion and ferocity. Her grandchildren and great grandchildren were most important in her life. She loved them with all her heart. She passed down traditional and cultural teachings to them as she knew they were gifted. Jessie had an entrepreneurial spirit as the family hairdresser specializing in the Toni perm and the mushroom haircuts, practicing on family and friends. She opened a daycare in Cormorant when she saw the need for childcare and this provided a service for the community and employment for four families. The daycare kids were raised on dancing to Mikisew Morning music, and Edge of Night was quiet time with the kids sitting around the TV. Jessie also supported her husband while he worked with the Turner Logging family business that would take him away from home weeks at a time. Jessie loved her community and people. While she raised her children, she served as a Cormorant school committee member and an elected Cormorant Community Councilor. She played a crucial role in securing the community with running water. Education was important to her. She took religious studies with Granny Clark in Cormorant, which opened her eyes to respect all religions. Jessie went back to school to get her GED at 35 years old in Cormorant. She continued with a Nutrition Health Advisor certificate from Frontier School Division. In 1992, she moved her family to Winnipeg and registered at University of Manitoba for a Bachelor of Arts degree as a mature student. She graduated in 1997. She loved pursuing her education and learning. After her degree, she started work at the Aboriginal Centre in Winnipeg at the Manitoba Association for Native Languages as the Executive Director, a Community Wellness Worker for Abinotci Mino-Ayawin, and then found her dream job as a Social Support Counselor at the Aboriginal Health & Wellness for over 20 years. She had a huge impact on the constituents she served as well as her colleagues, past and present. She was the most collaborative, responsive, and helpful person. She was consistent in the delivery of services. Whenever there was an alternative viewpoint in a particular situation, she would arrive at a solution. She treated her constituents with love and respect, no judgement, advocated for them to be treated fairly and equal. She loved her job, constituents, and her coworkers. Jessie also supported her coworkers as a union representative for approximately 15 years, advocating for her coworkers’ rights and equality for all employees. In her personal life, Jessie embraced Indigenous culture and ceremonies and shared those teachings with her family. She joined a drum group with coworkers and the power of culture revitalization. Outside of work, Jessie enjoyed going to bingo, slots, playing cards, travelling with her sisters, and travelling to Thicket Portage, Cormorant and Thompson to see family. She loved to visit her nieces and nephews. She followed her great grandson Landyn in hockey and she was his biggest hockey fan. She loved all her grandchildren and great grandchildren, making sure they were well taken care of and dressed in nice clothes. Jessie passed away in Winnipeg on February 15, 2024, at home surrounded by family at the age of 72 years old. She is survived by her husband Arthur Turner, children Jeanette (Darryl), Colin, Conrad (Andrea); grandchildren Rachel (Logan), Cadence, Dredan, Hailey; great grandchildren Landyn, Ares, Jackson, Tyson, and Kahlani; sisters Nora, Esabell, Doreen, and Gail; brothers Dannyboy (Sheila) and Ricky (Lena); numerous nieces and nephews, and many family and friends. She was predeceased by her parents Harry and Leona; grandparents Lawrence and Honora Pronteau, and William and Madeline Bittern; brothers Gilbert, Donald, Robert; sister Mabel; brother-in-law Tony; mother-in-law and father-in-law Leslie and Eileen; and numerous aunties, uncles, and cousins that were special to her. Jessie Turner left a legacy of care, compassion, and love. As we remember her, let our hearts be filled with gratitude for the love, strength, and resilience she brought to her family and community. Her spirit will continue to inspire, comfort, and guide us until the day we are reunited. She will be dearly missed, but her impact will live on in our hearts forever. This is not a goodbye. Until we meet again. Funeral Service Monday, February 26, 2024 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm Eternal Grace Funeral Home Pallbearers: Colin Turner, Conrad Turner, Dredan Turner, Dannyboy Pronteau, Ricky Pronteau, Logan Tait-Reaume, Darryl Craig Honorary Pallbearers: Albert Bittern, Solomon Parenteau, Nora Bignell, Esabell Genaille, Gail Pronteau, Doreen Pronteau, Patsy Reid, Lena Johnson, Edie Turner, Jim Turner, Elaine Beardy,Ronnie Beardy, Kirsten Watkinson, Colin Watkinson, Charmaine Delaronde, Melanie Turner, Melissa Lundie, Desiree Turner, Lori Bignell, Andrea Watkinson, Douglas Genaille, Diana Genaille, Kendra Genaille, Rachel McKellep, Cadence Stevenson, Hailey Stevenson, and everyone else that supported and advocated for her. Memorial Service: Saturday, March 2, 2024 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm St. James the Apostle Anglican Church 10 Caribou Road Thompson, MB To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Jessie Mary Turner, please visit our floral store. Read More

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Jamie Paul Desjarlais

Sep 17, 1987 - Feb 14, 2024

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Winnipeg, MB

Jamie Desjarlais Obituary It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of our son, father, brother, uncle, nephew and friend Jamie Paul Desjarlais Born September 17 1987 Winnipeg Manitoba Passed away February 14 2024 Winnipeg Manitoba Age 36. Jamie grew up in Point Douglas where he enjoyed playing sports including baseball and hockey, basketball, as a teenager Jamie enjoyed spending his time outdoors with his friends and family. In his early adult life Jamie became a dad and took on the role of a great father to his son and then later would go on to have another son in which he revolved his life around. Jamie worked hard for his boys and enjoyed taking them on outdoor activities making lots memories. Jamie is survived by his Mother Theresa Desjarlais( nee Mondor) his two brothers Joseph (Trista) and Jason His children Seth (his mother Jessica) Noah (his mother Krista) Jamie will be sadly missed by his partner Mallory, his aunty Donna, his uncle Tim, Uncle Colin Aunties Dale (Roger), Annette (Morris) Uncles Lois, Tommy, Teddy, and Mike Numerous cousins, nephews, nieces, Family and friends Jamie was predeceased by his Father Dennis Lionel Desjarlais Grandparents Helen Desjarlais & Bill Zaber , Claude & Lucille Mondor Cousins Trevor, Brittney and Ava Wake services will be held at Eternal Grace Funeral Feb 28, 2024 7pm to 11 pm Celebration of life will be at Eternal Grace Funeral Feb 29, 2024 11am to 3 pm Pallbearers Jason Desjarlais, Danny Rusnak, BJ Rusnak, Ty Polosny, David Desjarlais, Tim Zaber “See what happen was” -Jamie Desjarlais To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Jamie Paul Desjarlais, please visit our floral store. Read More

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