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FRANCES PAZDOR (KNIGHT)
Date of Passing: Dec 21, 2022Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
1926 - 2022
Frances Pazdor passed away peacefully the morning of December 21, 2022, after a long and joyful life.
A Celebration of Life will be held in the spring.
A longer obituary to follow at a later date.
"Nini, you will be missed."
Family and friends may sign a
book of condolence at www.desjardinsfuneralchapel.ca
Salon funéraire Desjardins Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 24, 2022
Condolences & Memories (9 entries)
Franny was a lovely person and a very supportive colleague at St. Paul's High School. She helped me survive my rookie teaching years and was always there to help and guide. She knew how everything worked and where it was. Condolences to her dear family and many friends. AMDG - Posted by: David Chaze (Friend and colleague) on: Jan 12, 2023
Janet, thanks so much for letting us know of your Mother's death. She has well earned her peace -- We enjoyed your Mom so much in the little time we knew her at 20 Fort Street. Indeed she was 'the life of the party' at times and was involved in much. I know how much her church and her God meant to her. She was very fond of Father Sam whom I meant a couple of times myself -- quite a character and a wonderful priest. Much love to You & Your Family. We would like to know when her service is in the Spring. Bruce still remembers with a snicker how he used to tease her and tell her that the Pope just got married and she laughed and they had quite a time like that each time he saw her on the elevator. We shall remember her -- Your Mom is not one one would forget. Blessings to each of you, Jody & Bruce. Sending our love and big hugs. Jody & Bruce. the elevator. - Posted by: Jody & Bruce Miles (Friend) on: Jan 03, 2023
Fran shared her love of barbershop. She practically adopted me when I sang with her in the baritone section. She was a humble, fun and loving lady. I am so thankful to have had her as a cherished friend. - Posted by: Anita Munn (Friend from Sweet Adelines) on: Dec 27, 2022
Nini you will be missed and remembered by all. No one else will ever run so hard between those darned baseball bases and have so much fun as you always did You lived and cared for everyone and will always be remembered fondly Blessings to your family, Glennis - Posted by: Glennis Kendall (Friend ) on: Dec 27, 2022
Nini you will be missed and remembered by all. No one else will ever run so hard between those darned baseball bases and have so much fun as you always did. You lived and cared for everyone and will always be remembered fondly. Blessings to your family, Glennis - Posted by: Glennis jendall (Friend ) on: Dec 27, 2022
Mrs. Pazdor and I had many conversations during the time I worked on the switchboard at St. Paul's. She was definitely a character and a mainstay at the front office of the school. She won't be forgotten. My condolences to the family. - Posted by: phil mowatt (former colleague) on: Dec 25, 2022
Sorry to hear about your Mom, Janet. She was sure a live-wire in her day. A loss for the Pazdor family for sure. My condolences to all of you. - Posted by: Linda Morrison (Friend of Janet's) on: Dec 24, 2022
Sincere condolences to the Pazdor family. Auntie Franny, as she had us call her, was more than just the secretary at St Paul's High school. She was a beacon of light! I got to know her during my years working on the switchboard in the evenings. I also worked the switchboard over at least one summer. Auntie Franny became a friend. We exchanged Christmas cards until she could no longer do it. We enjoyed bumping into each other at The Forks or at St Paul's events. She will be missed! - Posted by: Sidney Shapira (Friend) on: Dec 24, 2022
To all the Pazdor family, sincere condolences to all of you. A fond memory of your loved one was at Steve’s birthday party where she had us all in stitches. Great lady, great sense of humour. She will be missed. Thoughts and prayers go with you. Thinking of all of you. Beverley Bettens - Posted by: Beverley Bettens (Friend of family) on: Dec 24, 2022
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