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HAMILTON: It is with deep regret, we announce the peaceful passing of Stanley Eugene Hamilton, on February 23, 2015 following a very brief illness at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Stan, only son of Freda and Jim Hamilton was born June 8, 1927 in Carnduff, SK. As a young boy he attended the rural elementary Wheatland School and later attended High School in Carnduff where he graduated. Following graduation, he bought farmland and began farming with his father. During the winters, Stan worked away from home on the railway mail car, as well as attending different agricultural courses at Saskatoon. It was during his years in Saskatoon that he met Lillian Arnott, a Registered Psychiatric Nurse and they were married on December 27, 1958. Following their marriage, Stan and Lillian moved onto his parent’s farm where they worked together in a mixed farming operation. Stan was very fond of the cattle and enjoyed working with them. He served as a member of the Carnduff Wheat Pool Committee and was a member of the Saskatchewan Seed Growers Association. He also served as a member of the Wheatland United Church Board. Stan and Lillian were delighted in June of 1964 when their chosen daughter Leah, made their family complete. Leah, from a small child was close to her Dad and Stan encouraged and supported her as she grew, no matter what her interests. Leah left home to further her education and in 1988 married Gordon Link. The cattle were sold and they semi-retired but they continued to operate the grain farm until 1988. They sold their farmland and remained on the home acreage until fully retiring in 1989. They moved to Brandon, Manitoba where Stan finally found the time to take up bowling (5 and 10 pin), golf, attending hockey games and some local traveling. Stan, always the farmer at heart, enjoyed his yard and a small garden as well as regular trips to the country in spring and fall for crop inspections. In 1990 Stan and Lillian welcomed their first grandson Justin and in 1994 their second grandson Mark. Since Leah and Gordon lived nearby, Stan was able to be a very proud Grandpa Ham. They were always at the boy’s concerts, music recitals, soccer and bowling games and took an interest in all of their activities. Grandpa had great confidence that they were growing into fine young men. Stan enjoyed a productive, very healthy life until just the last month. Stan and Lillian shared 56 years together and were completely devoted to each other. Stan is survived by his loving wife Lillian, Daughter Leah and husband Gordon Link, Grandsons Justin (Emma Simmons) and Mark Link as well as numerous extend family members and many special friends. Stan was predeceased by his parents Jim (1964) and Freda (1974) and In-laws Merlin (1966) and Verlie (2003) Arnott. A Celebration of Stan’s Life was held at Memories Chapel on March 2, 2015 with Rev. Wayne Sanderson officiating. A private, family interment will take place at Carnduff Cemetery at a later date. If so desired, donations may be made to a Charity of Choice in memory of Stan.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at
Arrangements with Memories Chapel &Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
FINLAY: Emily May Finlay of Virden, Manitoba beloved wife of the late Ross James Finlay and beloved mother of Donald and Norman passed away at Brandon Regional Health Centre, Brandon, Manitoba Monday; March 2, 2015 at the age of 93 years. Funeral service will be held from St. Paul’s United Church, Virden Tuesday; March 10, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. with The Reverend Janis Campbell officiating. Interment will be in Johnston Cemetery (north of Oak Lake, Manitoba) at 11:00 a.m. If friends so desire, memorial tributes may be made to Johnston Cemetery in memory of Emily.
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G .R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel, Virden in care of arrangements.
DOWNEY: Evelyn Jane (nee Hunter), age 88 years, passed away on February 25, 2015 at Fairview Home in Brandon. Evelyn was born in Neepawa, Manitoba in 1926. She taught school for many years, finishing with her teaching at A.C.C. in Brandon. Evelyn was predeceased by husbands; Andrew Downey in 1988 and Donald LeRoy in 2011. She will be lovingly remembered by her daughters; Barbara Mote (Gary), Marilyn Downey, Cathy Downey, Darlene Dyck (Harley). There are many stepchildren, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great great grandchildren. According to Evelyn's wishes, cremation has taken place. A private family interment will take place at Carberry Plains Cemetery. A Come and Go Memorial Reception will be held at Memories Chapel, 330-18th Street North on Friday, June 26, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. If friends so desire donations in memory of Evelyn may be made to the Alzheimer Society, Unit 4B - 457 - 9th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 1K2.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at
Arrangements withMemories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
DICKSON: Maurice Howard. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Maurice Howard Dickson, age 77 years of Rivers, MB, on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 at the St. Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg. Maurice is survived by his wife Marilyn; sons Mike (Emily) and Jeff (Bonnie) and grandchildren: Brendon (Tammy), Shandra and Shane and his sister Norma. Maurice was born on October 25, 1937 at Walpole, Saskatchewan and moved to Rivers, Manitoba as a young man with his brother Edgar, to put in sewer and water. He later got a job with International Water Supply Company, where he worked until 1964 when he started his own business... M & M Drilling. He found the time to serve his community with the Rivers Ambulance for twenty-five years and many years as a firefighter, including a time as Chief. The station wagon was usually loaded with as much equipment and kids as it would take and many a mile was driven going to either a ballgame or hockey tournament. Each year his family's entire summers were spent camping and installing the water wells there. He was always quick to respond to a request to fix something or lend a hand either from his family or the community. He would always seem to have the right thing on hand to fix whatever needed to be done. It was once said that he wasn't a hoarder, just Scottish. While standing in a trench, Maurice first laid eyes on his future wife, Marilyn, as she walked by. Their conversation and subsequent marriage was his wisest choice, and lasted for the next fifty-three years. He loved to dance to old time music with his wife or new music with his grandchildren. Maurice enjoyed trips with Marilyn to Cuba, Spain and Scotland, where the highlight of his trip was a pheasant hunt. He tore down a barn to use some of the wood to build the family cabin at Lake Metigoshe. He always said that the best part of the cabin was enjoying the friends and family gatherings while building it. Later in life, Maurice had more spare time to spend with his grandchildren and watch them grow. He loved his gardening in the summer and ice fishing in the winter. He would start his seeds out early in the garage, but many times he would lose the labels and therefore it was, what could be called, a random garden. You had to wait and see what you were going to get. As an avid ice fisherman, Maurice shared his catch with many seniors in town but it was only recently he learned to hone his filleting skills. He always seemed to fit in time to read his westerns and kept the local library busy trying to find books he hadn't already read. He would put on the inside cover his initials, MHD, so they would know he had already read it. You always knew when Maurice was in the building, his "Dickson Laugh" was unmistakable, and he was always quick to give a good nature tease to anyone who gave him an opening. Maurice was a businessman, handyman, fisherman, hunter, golfer, curler, a maker of jerky; a beloved husband, dad, grandpa, son-in-law, kind neighbour, good friend, an active member of the Rivers Community, a loved one by all. He will be sadly missed. Funeral Service was held at the Rivers United Church on Wednesday March 4, 2015. Rev. Glenna Beauchamp officiated. Interment will be held at the Rivers Cemetery at a later date. Continuing his community involvement, donations may be made in Maurice's name to the Riverdale Community Centre, P.O. Box 520, Rivers, MB, R0K 1X0.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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COOPER: Lloyd “Donald” Cooper passed away suddenly at home on February 28th, 2015 at the age of 75. He was predeceased by his parents Lloyd Cooper and Josephine (Openshaw) Cooper. Donald married the love of his life, Helen (Muir) Cooper, on September 30th, 1983 in Minnedosa. Donald will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his wife Helen; his children: Garry (Kelly), Garth, Jacqueline (Brad), Cory (Michelle), Walter, and Charlene (Patrick). Donald's pride and joy were his seven grandchildren: Nicholas, Deven, Cody, Carla, Alexis, Sophia, and Dominick. Donald was born January 18th, 1940 in Brandon, Manitoba, where he attended school at King George. After school, Donald worked at several workplaces before he found his pride at the Westman Central Laundry at the Brandon General Hospital. He worked there for thirty years, sadly retiring in 1995 after becoming sick with meningitis in 1992. Donald was a long time member at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #3 and the Army & Navy Unit #10 for twenty-five years. He had many hobbies including fishing and camping at Lake William, cribbage, cards, household renovations, gardening, attending meat draws, and watching “The Young and Restless.” Of Donald's many hobbies, his favorite was spending time with his family and friends. Donald's family was everything to him. Another great love of Donald's was his puppies. Donald touched many lives and those who knew him will remember him for his goofy sense of humor, his love, his strength and courage, and sensitivity. A Celebration of Donald’s Life will be held at the Brockie Donovan Chapel, 332-8th Street, on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. with Arlene Robertson officiating. Donations in memory of Donald may be made to the Brandon Humane Society, 2200-17th Street East, Brandon, MB, R7A 7M6.
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BREAULT: Alton James Breault (VE4BD) of Deloraine, Manitoba, passed away, peacefully, at the age of 97. Alton was born December 6, 1917, in Deloraine, to Harriet and Marcus Breault. He was raised by his parents with the help, owing to his mother's ill health, of his Aunt Anne and Grandfather Jacob Brownsberger. Alton attended school in Deloraine, and throughout his life he enjoyed telling stories of his youthful experiences and accomplishments. Alton took great pride in his service to his country. He served in the RCAF (seconded to the RAF) during the Second World War, as a radar technician. Anyone who met him will have heard his keen and accurate recollections of those experiences both in Canada and overseas. On his return, he worked at the Deloraine Post Office. This is where he met his wife, Evelyn. They married on January 14, 1948. They lived in the house that Alton's father built and where Alton was raised until the 1990s. They then move to 208 Morton Ave., where he lived out his days. They had two children: Mark and Jo-Ann. Shortly after the war, Alton began repairing radios in his home. This avocation evolved into a radio sales and service business, and later into Breault's Radio and TV Sales and Service. He had lots of entertaining stories about those days as well, some of which he shared in one of the books he wrote. He retired from the radio and TV business in 1990s. He took up woodworking, following in his father’s footsteps. He continued making specialty items for people into his eighties. His work can be found in many homes and businesses in Deloraine and area. Alton was the projectionist at the Jubilee Theatre for many years and again when the Deloraine Community Theatre opened. He enjoyed this activity and marvelled at the changes in the movie industry over the years. Again,lots of stories to tell. Alton was always active in the community, belonging to several service groups and on numerous boards. Alton began his hobby in amateur radio as a young man. It was his experience as a ham radio operator and knowledge of Morse code that was the basis for his entrance into radar operations. He remained active in his radio activity until his passing. QsoNet (virtual ham radio) gave him many hours of conversation and allowed him to continue to meet new people throughout his later years. Alton had a large network of friends and regular radio contacts that will miss his daily sign-ins. He has now become a silent key. Over the years Alton and Evelyn built three uniquely designed cabins at Lake Metigoshe. When the children were young, summers were spent at the lake and those experiences were frequently shared with other children and families. At the age of 84, Alton wrote his first book, “Live and Learn,” about his WWII experiences. This was followed by a second book, “Sparks and Signals,” and later a memoir of his early childhood. Alton was well known in the community for his lively step and sharp ability to recollect details. He took great pride in his participation in the Terry Fox Walk each year. The last two years his daughter accompanied him along with his friends Alice and Frank, whose pictures he carried on his cane. He lived his life well. He and Evelyn ensured that their children had lots of good and memorable experiences. They travelled through the U.S.A., into Ontario, to the West Coast, and California and spent many Thanksgivings with Gilbert Rae and his family in Foam Lake, Saskatchewan. Most special occasions were spent with Evelyn's extended family. Alton loved music and he had numerous stories of his experiences playing in John Pont's band. Alton spent his last years in his own home with his feline friend Alley. In 2011 Alton travelled to Newfoundland with his grandson Danny to meet his ham radio friend Harry White. They had spoken every day for a few years but had never met. He had a wonderful time. Alton enjoyed life and sharing his experiences with others. Due to severe hearing loss, his last couple of years were difficult as he could not hear what others had to say and he missed that interaction. He still enjoyed his coffee times with Roy and Howard and was thankful for their friendship. Alton was predeceased by his wife Evelyn in 2008. He will be greatly missed by his family Mark, Jo-Ann, Albert and his grandchildren, as well as nieces, nephews and many friends.
Smith Funeral Home
MAGEE: Bradley “Brad” David Magee, aged 55 died March 3, 2015 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre in Brandon. Brad was born on November 3, 1959 in Drayton Valley, Alberta.  After a lengthy battle with liver disease, Brad passed away peacefully with his long time friend & his family at his side.  He was predeceased by his mother Laverne; father Edwin; and brother Charles. Brad leaves to mourn his three brothers Darcy (Betty), Dwight (Brenda), Dale (Delores) and his three sisters Brenda (Lyndon), Barbara (Norman) and Bonnie (Stephen) along with numerous nieces & nephews, great-nieces & nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins & a special friend Josephine Knoll. Brad was great with children even though he had none of his own. He loved living life to the fullest & adored his dogs Molly & Relic, which he called his kids. Brad will be sadly missed & fondly remembered by those who knew him best. Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at 2:00 pm at the Rapid City Legion Hall with Barb Jardine officiating. Clarke’s Funeral Home, Gladstone~MacGregor.
MILLIKEN: John Glen Milliken, beloved husband of Margaret, passed away on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Glen was born on August 2, 1920 at Sinclair, Manitoba. His early school years were in Sinclair, Reston, and Virden. He took his grade nine at Earl Oxford School in Brandon and completed high school at Brandon Collegiate. On March 1, 1941 he started with the Manitoba Power Commission (later known as Manitoba Hydro) prior to enlisting in the Royal Canadian Artillery 70th Battery. Upon returning from the war he resumed work with Manitoba Hydro. In July, 1966 he became an instructor in appliance repair and motor rewind at ACC and retired from there in 1984. Glen was a member of the Boy Scouts and Royal Canadian Legion. He had lead roles in many Gilbert and Sullivan Operettas performed by the Schubert Choir, and eventually directed some of the performances. Glen served as an elder at First Presbyterian Church from 1952 until the time of his death and was a faithful member of the First Presbyterian Chancel Choir for over seventy years. Baseball was a passion and he also enjoyed golf and curling, being a member of the Brandon Curling Club. But most of all, Glen's main interest and love was always his family. He will be dearly missed by his loving wife of sixty-eight years, Margaret; son Peter (Pat) of Georgetown, Ontario; daughter Laurie (Brian) Canart of Brandon; five grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his sister Jean Graham of Brandon and brother Bruce Milliken of Taber, Alberta. Glen was predeceased by his parents George and Mary Milliken and brother Peter Milliken. The Celebration of Glen's Life will take place at First Presbyterian Church, 339 12th Street on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Dr. Dong-Ha Kim officiating. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Glen may be made to the First Presbyterian Church Foundation, 339 12th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 4M3 or to a charity of choice.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
MORRICE: Lloyd Morrice, age 82 years, beloved husband of Lilliss, dear father to Ian and Bonnie, passed away at the Brandon Regional Health Centre on Wednesday, February 25, 2015. Lloyd was born, March 31, 1932 and was raised on a dairy farm in North Russell, Ontario. He attended a one room public school in North Russell. He also attended Russell Continuation School and then graduated from Kemptville Agricultural College. Lloyd was employed with Imperial Oil for 34 years. He transferred from Ottawa to Thunder Bay and then to Brandon in 1980 as a Field Auditor. During his many years in Brandon, Lloyd was a board member of First Presbyterian Church, served as P.D.G. with Lions International, receiving the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award (Highest Award). Lloyd adored his children and grandchildren. He enjoyed square dancing for many years, loved singing at Senior Homes and Lions Manor and playing euchre with Doug and Helen. Lloyd enjoyed pencil art from an early age and also writing memories of family and school days. He leaves his beloved wife Lilliss; son, Ian (Kathleen) of Dartmouth, NS; daughter, Bonnie (Bruce) Leflar of Brandon; granddaughter, Brooke and grandson Robin of Lethbridge, AB. A brother, Douglas (Helen) of Edmonton; brother-in-law, Mervin Graham of Calgary; sister-in-law Verla Graham of Ottawa and many nieces and nephews also survive. Lloyd was predeceased by his father, Robert, mother Nellie (Ross) and brothers: Erskine (Betty), Edward (Marjorie), sister- in-law Cecilia, brothers-in-law: Willard (Dorothy), Eldred and Bevis. The Funeral Ceremony was held at First Presbyterian Church on Thursday, March 5, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Dr. Dong-Ha Kim officiated. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Lloyd may be made to the First Presbyterian Church (for Roof Fund), 339 - 12th Street, Brandon, MB, R7A 4M3.
Expressions of sympathy may be made at
Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
MORRISH: In loving memory of our baby boy, Raef Thomas Morrish, born Wednesday, October 23, 2013 at 6:07 pm at St. Anthony’s Hospital, The Pas, MB. Raef was baptized December 1, 2013 by Archbishop Murray Chatlain and Father Jack Herklotz at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cathedral. Our beautiful baby boy Raef filled our life with love, laughter, and joy in the short time we had him in our lives. You were a little boy with such a wonderful big personality that brightened our every day. With intellect and ability beyond your years, along with a wonderful smile and sense of humor, you charmed all those you met. You were so playful and loving, showering us with hugs and kisses without reserve. You had the ability to make anyone you met feel like they had a special place in your heart. You were so enthused about life, and couldn’t wait for the next adventure with your big sister Sophia. She will always miss her playmate, partner in crime, and best friend. Having the honor to be your parents has been one of the greatest blessings in our life. Raef was called home to Jesus on the morning of Monday, February 16, 2015. Our little angel will be dearly missed by all those who were privileged to have known him. Left to cherish Raef’s memory are his mommy Gaylynn Morrish (Kennedy) and daddy Patrick Morrish, and big sister Sophia; his grandparents Wayne and Geraldine Kennedy, Bruce and Barbara Morrish; Great grandparents Gary Morrish, Amanda and Tom Burke-Gaffney; aunts and uncles, Matthew Morrish (Brianne Dech); April and Darren Baker and their children Kellie, Mackenzie, Matthew, Alexandra, Olivia; Janine and Scott Bromley and their children Thomas, Isaac, Bronwyn; Merrill and Joel LeSann and their children Owen, Justin, Nathan, Eli, Maeve; Bradley Kennedy, Neil Kennedy, (Tafadwa Gomre), Ryan Kennedy and many loving relatives and friends. Mass of Christian burial to celebrate the life of Raef, was held Monday, February 23, 2015 at 1:00 pm, at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cathedral, The Pas, Manitoba, with Father Jack Herklotz presiding. Music Ministry was provided by Rochelle Rydberg. Altar servers were Justin and Owen LeSann and Mackenzie Baker. Scripture readings were proclaimed by Merrill LeSann and Cole Williams. Eulogy was delivered by Patrick and Gaylynn Morrish. A private family interment followed at Lakeside Cemetery, The Pas, Manitoba. Pallbearers were Grandfathers Bruce Morrish, Wayne Kennedy, Great, Grandfathers Gary Morrish and Tom Burke-Gaffney. A reception for family and friends was held at the Royal Canadian Legion Hall. If friends so desire, donations to The Pas Minor Hockey Association, Box 794, The Pas, Manitoba, R9A 1K8, would be appreciated by Raef’s family. “We would like to thank everyone for all your love and support through this difficult time.”Hemauer Funeral and Cremation Services, The Pas, were in care of arrangements. For online condolences visit
RUSSELL: Passed away at the Glenboro Health Centre on Tuesday March 3, 2015 at the age of 71 years, James Alvin “Jim” Russell of Glenboro MB.Jim leaves to mourn his passing his loving wife Heather (nee Ross), four children Gloria (Steve) Nikkel, Tina (Brian) Kauste, Chris Russell (Cindy) & Pamela (Enoch) Lee all of Winnipeg; grandchildren Jaymie, Emily, Liam, Ethyn & Elijah & by foster children Solomon & Katrina. Jim was predeceased by his parents Tom & Florence Russell, both in 2002. A Celebration of Jim’s life will be held in the Willmor Chapel, Glenboro, on Saturday March 14, 2015 at 2:00 pm. Interment will take place at a later date in the Glenboro Cemetery.Friends that so desire, memorial donations can be made in Jim’s memory to the Brandon Humane Society, 2200 17 Street East, Brandon, MB R7A 7M6.
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Jamieson’s Funeral Services of Glenboro in care of arrangements. 1-204-827-2480.
ZWARITCH: Steve Zwaritch of Newdale, passed away on Wednesday, March 4, 2015, at the Minnedosa Health Centre at the age of 87 years. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday, March 11, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. at Rae’s Funeral Chapel, Shoal Lake. Interment will follow in Sts. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Newdale. Father Emil Kardasinec will officiate. If friends so desire donations may be made to a charity of one’s choice. Rae’s Funeral Service of Shoal Lake and Erickson are in care of the arrangements. 204- 759-2160.
ROBERTSON: On Saturday February 28th with his family by his side, our loving husband/father Boyd Robertson passed away peacefully after a long happy life. Boyd was born in Palmer, Saskatchewan on March 26th, 1932 and grew up in the Riding Mountain area and finished his schooling in McCreary. He met his lifelong mate Barb (nee Ross) while working at the Royal Bank in Melita, Manitoba. They have been happily married for 61 years and enjoyed life to the fullest. Boyd spent 39 years with the Royal Bank, where he had 26 different positions in 14 different locations. He left them twice, once to go to University and then again to go and work for a US Bank in Montana. He was lured back to the Royal bank and retired from there in 1989. He was a former Director of the CNIB and also the Canadian Special Olympics, as well as many other organizations. He was also very proud to have been the President of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce for many years. His retirement was spent trying to bring down his golf handicap; he had a real passion for the sport. He was fortunate enough to have made it to the Canadian Seniors more than once and to have worked the Bob Hope Classic on several occasions. Retirement allowed him to fulfill a life time dream of developing and building an 18 hole Championship golf course. This dream came true in 2009 with the opening of Poplar Ridge Golf Course in Onanole, Manitoba. Boyd was pre deceased by his parents Russell and Frances Robertson, his daughter Janice Steeves and his Great Granddaughter Hope Steeves. He leaves to mourn his loving wife Barb (Ross), his daughter Cheryl (Bill), son Ian (Sue), Son In law Gord as well as 8 Grandchildren and 11 Great Grandchildren. Also left to mourn are his brothers Garth (Lorraine), Lyle (Adeline) and many Nieces and Nephews and our adopted Myers family. The Family would like to thank the Doctors involved in Dad’s care as well as friends and family. We have a special thank you to the incredible staff at the Minnedosa Health Centre. Our hearts are filled with gratitude for the amazing care that he received in his final days. The kindness and compassion shown by everyone will never be forgotten. In Lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Terry Fox Foundation or a charity of your choosing. Funeral services to be held at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 7, 2015 at the Minnedosa United Church, Minnedosa, Manitoba. Reception to follow. Minnedosa Funeral Service in care of arrangements, 1-204-867-3868. Messages of condolence can be emailed to
MILLIKEN: John Glen Milliken, beloved husband of Margaret, passed away on Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. The Celebration of Glen's Life will take place at First Presbyterian Church, 339 12th Street on Tuesday, March 10, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Dr. Dong-Ha Kim officiating. If friends so desire, donations in memory of Glen may be made to the First Presbyterian Church Foundation, 339 12th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 4M3 or to a charity of choice. Complete obituary information will follow.
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Arrangements with Memories Chapel & Pre-Planning Centre, 204-727-0330.
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