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SANDOR DUSA

Born: Aug 03, 1934

Date of Passing: Apr 26, 2013

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SANDOR DUSA August 3, 1934 - April 26, 2013 It is with overwhelming sadness and grief that we announce the passing of Sandor Dusa. Sandor was born in Karcag, Hungary and immigrated to Canada in 1956. Sandor leaves to mourn his loving wife and companion of 37 years, Corinne, his children: Robert, Sylvia and Alexander and the light of his life and buddy, his grandson Sebastian Dusa. Sandor had a brilliant mind, was a true inventor and had a fantastic sense of humour. He was a successful businessman and was part owner, also the master mould maker for the company that created the Boler Trailer in the 1970s. At Sandor's request no public service will be held. He will be lovingly missed and never forgotten. NEIL BARDAL FUNERAL CENTRE 204-949-2200 neilbardalinc.com

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Apr 30, 2013

Condolences & Memories (5 entries)

  • Sandor, you gave many people many days of enjoyment through the years. Only you could take such a small mobile unit and outdo so many of the big rigs. Appreciated by so many. R. I. P. - Posted by: Kenneth Rojeski (Justa Boler owner, thanks to Sandor The GREAT.) on: Jun 19, 2013

  • Corinne and family, I'm so sorry to have found out of the passing of your loving husband, father and grandfather. - Posted by: Pat () on: May 07, 2013

  • my condolences to Alex Dusa and your family at this time - Posted by: Lyla Bilton (friend RCSCC JTCVC) on: Apr 30, 2013

  • My deepest condolences to all of Sandor's family. I am truly shocked and saddened to learn of his passing. Sandor was a member at Costco Wholesale for many years and I saw him every few weeks as his cashier. He always stayed and chatted with me about his beautiful wife with stories of what a wonderful cook she was, and how she was his True Love. He said many times that he was so lucky to have found her! I've heard many stories over the years about his children and his grandson...He found so much joy in spending time with grandson! He laughed about how he would always sneak his grandson candies and how he quickly learned where Papa kept them! The love that he had for all of you was embedded in each and every one of his stories and touched me deeply. Every chat was ALWAYS followed by a joke or three...some more colorful than others! Sandor talked about his love of the cabin and how he loved his family time spent there! I am truly going to miss his visits. In more ways than one, he brought back memories of my father who also passed away, three years ago. From his health trouble stories to his red jacket Sandor was a very present reminder to me of a Father's love for his Family. My Sympathies to you all and God Bless - Posted by: Lori (friend) on: Apr 30, 2013

  • He will be missed and I'm so sorry for your loss. My Sister owned a boler trailer and loved travelling with it, she also brought her dogs until she passed away at age 34. He certainly was a creative inventor. May God comfort your hurting hearts and may His peace envelope your hearts. - Posted by: Angela () on: Apr 30, 2013

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Neil Bardal Funeral Centre (Winnipeg)

Neil Bardal Funeral Centre (Winnipeg)

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