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DORA LASHUK (nee BOSS) 1925 - 2012 Passed away peacefully after a brief illness on Wednesday, July 25, 2012, at Concordia hospital. Dora will be lovingly remembered by son Sam (Bev); daughter Valerie (Alex); grandchildren Krystal (Jorge), Jennifer and Michelle, Ashleigh, Nicole; great-grandchildren Luna, Kevin, Sarah, Maxwell, Rylee and Logan; brother Edward (Edna); brother-in-law Mel (Laurie); sister-in-law Edna Boss, Elsie Boss and numerous nieces and nephews. Dora was predeceased by her mother Kathleen, father Sam, her loving husband Joseph and grandson Konrad, sister Anne, brothers John, Nick, Paul, Steve, Morris and Mike. Dora was born in Sandy Lake, Manitoba, and married Joe. Later the family moved to Winnipeg in 1957, where she resided for the remainder of her life. A memorial service will be held in the chapel of the Glen Eden Funeral Home, 4477 Main St. on Tuesday, July 31 at 10:00 a.m. Interment Garden of Prayer, Glen Eden Memorial. A gathering of family and friends will follow in the Glen Eden Reception Centre. Glen Eden Funeral Home 338-7111 www.gleneden-mb.ca
As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on July 28, 2012
Guest Book(9 entries)
- Although I only met Dora briefly in childhood...I do recall how she was loved and adored. I'm very sorry to hear of your loss...please take good care. Peace
- Posted by: Kelli Martin-Willisko (Childhood friend of Jennifer and Michelle Lashuk) on: Nov 5, 2012
- Valerie and Sam I am sorry for your loss. I remember going to your moms house and she was always making something to eat. She was full of laughter as well as your dad. Valerie remember the good times and know that she is with the lord. I am so sorry I could not make it today it would have been nice to see you again. Your friend from Brooklands. I often think of you.
- Posted by: Donna Lavallee Drury (Friend of Valerie) on: Jul 31, 2012
- Baba, we all miss her dearly. It's sad to think that she has passed but she had lived a good life. I (Sarah Hargreaves) remember seeing her every time I would come to Winnipeg. She gave this baby blue butterfly stone that I would always admire when I would come over. She was a strong and lovely lady and we will miss her dearly. Hope to see you someday. Us three grandchildren love you deeply. Rest in Piece.
- Posted by: Sarah Hargreaves, Maxwell Nathan-Simons and Rylee Remington (Great Grandchildren) on: Jul 30, 2012
- I remember when I was growing up in Sandy Lake and often going to Dora and Joe's to play with Valerie, Dora always was kind and full of laughter. In ensuing years whenever I met her she always had a smile that sparkled. Rest in peace.
- Posted by: Vicki Lazaruk (Hnatuk) (long time friend from Sandy Lake originally) on: Jul 30, 2012
- It was a pleasure knowing both Doris & husband Joe, always cheering our Sandy Lake ball club on the July sports day and the Elphinestone sports day. Great people to be around. We can plan, we can hope, but we can't determine what will happen. We don't know what lies ahead. Only God knows that. Vichnaya Pamyat.
- Posted by: Kenneth Ellchuk (Friend) on: Jul 30, 2012
- Dora, I remember clearly how you were there 38 years ago and welcomed your twin granddaughters. You were a wonderful Baba! You took the time to sew beautiful (identical) dresses for the twins and helped to care for them. My love and respect for you has always stayed strong. God Bless you and may you rest in peace.
- Posted by: Joyce Guban (paternal grandmother to my daughters) on: Jul 30, 2012
- My Aunt Dora made my life my families life what it is today, gave me a feeling of belonging, and believing that someone does love and care what happens to you. My Children and I will miss you, but will always remember Auntie Dora. Lucy
- Posted by: Lucy Miller (Neice) on: Jul 29, 2012
- As painful as it is to know your gone and that we will never see u until our time you have left us with the most wonderful memories . Memories that will never be forgotten just like you Baba never ever forgotten. Baba was a great grandmother you never had to question if she loved you cause all you had to do was look at her and her beautiful happy always smiling face and you just knew how much she loved you and we never questioned that ! She was a loyal loving positive and wonderful women and anyone who had her in their life was was that much better for it. the pain of losing her is deep but the wonderful memories we have of you will help with some of that pain. we love you Baba rest in peace. Jenn and Michelle.
- Posted by: Jennifer Remington Michelle Nathan-Simions (grandaughters) on: Jul 29, 2012
- Sam Valerie and Family I am so sorry for your loss. I am so happy that I spent some time with her last week talking about old times. We talked about the wiener roast going to Sandy lake and even going to our favorite place Aunty Annie's farm in Cooks Creek. She laugh with me and called out name. She was always keeping in touch by phone with all her nieces. This made me feel very special. She was a wonderful Aunt
and we will miss her.
In the midst of troubles, peace can be found in Jesus.
With all our love and prayers Cheryl and Brian Hauk
- Posted by: Cheryl Hauk (Neice) on: Jul 28, 2012
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