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STANISLAW (STANLEY) KUBICZ Peacefully on Thursday, November 22, 2001 with his wife at his side, Stanley passed away at the Holy Family Nursing Home. Stanley is survived and remembered by his wife Jozefa (Joyce) and their five children, Teresa and husband Rick and their children Jennifer Lee, Kyle and Michelle Lynn, Ed and wife Pam and their children Jennifer and Thomas, Chris and husband Wayne and their children Conroy, Ashley, Kelsey and Michael, Irene and fiance Blair, Tod and wife Brenda and their children Cindy and Allison. In addition, he is survived by his sister and many other relatives in Poland and predeceased by a brother and sister who also resided in Poland. Stanley was born on April 20, 1915 in Myslenice, Poland. He served during the Second World War with the Polish and British Armies. After the war, Stanley immigrated to Canada and eventually settled in Winnipeg. In 1958, during a visit to Poland, Stanley met and married Joyce. Soon after, they returned to Winnipeg to start a new life. Stanley worked as a carpenter, first for Graham-Moorhouse and then at BACM where he eventually retired in 1980. He enjoyed playing cards, caring for his vegetable garden, fishing and sharing the outdoors with his family. He will be missed. Late in life, Stanley battled Alzheimers Disease and spent the last few years in the wonderful care of the Holy Family Nursing Home. Special thanks to all the staff who provided loving care for Stanley. Thanks also, for all the support given to Joyce as Stanleys health declined. Funeral mass will be held on Monday, November 26 at 11:00 a.m. with viewing at 10:30 a.m. at St. Andrew Bobola Church, 541 Marion St., Winnipeg, MB. Father Jan Spyrka will officiate. Interment to follow at Holy Ghost Cemetery, 4351 Main St. Active pallbearers are Rick Wiebe, Wayne Juer, Conroy Juer, Blair Waldvogel, and Thomas Bewza. Donations can be made in Stanleys memory to The Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, 120 Donald St., Winnipeg, MB, R3C 4G2. CROPO FUNERAL CHAPEL 586-8044
As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on November 24, 2001