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For the Japanese, the cherry blossom represents the transience of life, as it is a very delicate flower that blooms for a very short time. The fallen cherry blossom is not taken lightly either. If often represents the beauty of snow and there are many connections made in Japanese literature or poetry to a fallen cherry blossom and snow. This also has been extended to the life of a warrior whose life was ended early in battle. (Source: http://www.flowerspictures.org)
This web site is the property of FP Canadian Newspapers Limited Partnership, and contains a complete list of obituary notices, as published in the Winnipeg Free Press newspaper, dating back to September, 1999, as well as the complete list of In Memoriams dating back to July, 2007. It is intended for public use only.
To locate an obituary, simply enter the last name of the deceased, click submit and within seconds, a list of all obituaries containing that name in the heading will appear on your screen.
Please note: All Photo Gallery, Guest Book Tributes and Life Stories will be reviewed for appropriate content before being posted to the web site. We reserve the right to remove any Photos, Guest Book Tributes or entire Guest Books, as well as Life Story entries or any other content for any reason. Entries to these features are posted within 48 hours.
If you wish to place an obituary in the newspaper, click here.