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HALDEN IRA GOUDIE

Born: Jan 02, 1951

Date of Passing: Nov 28, 2015

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HALDEN IRA GOUDIE Halden Ira Goudie, of Winnipeg Manitoba, died peacefully on Saturday, November 28, 2015 at the Seven Oaks Hospital at the age of 64. He was born on January 2, 1951 in North West River, Labrador, to Margaret Goudie (nee Best), and Victor Goudie. He grew up in Happy Valley, Labrador, next door to the Mitsuks (Pauline's family). Halden is survived by his beloved wife, Pauline Mitsuk and her sons, Richard and Daniel Mitsuk Lavitt; siblings Deena Ramsay, Joan Millicent Goudie ONeill, Lloyd Goudie, Pat Goudie, Fred Goudie; daughters Kimberly Goudie (Only child of his marriage to Joan Willett (nee Best, no relation to mother), and her sons, Micheal Goudie, Nicholas Goudie, and Joshua Jordan, Dayna Goudie and her son, Ash Woodford, Stephanie Goudie, son Halden Goudie ll and his daughter Quinn Goudie, adopted daughter Chrissy Skelding, and her husband Andrew and their children Mallory Skelding, Mathew Skelding, Ava Skelding and Liza Skelding, adopted daughter Charlotte Van Wyk and her children, Skylar, Elizabeth, Alyssa and Russell Van Wyk as well as Daniel Coulter. He raised his granddaughter Skylar with Noreen Goudie (Chorney) as a daughter; Skylars children are Madison George, and Sophia MacCaull. Halden was predeceased by his parents, Victor, and Margaret Goudie; siblings, Bud Goudie, Bernie Goudie, and Elsie Goudie, as well as stepson, Donald Blake Jr (Pauline's son) and grandson Mark Skelding (Chrissy and Andrew's son). Halden spent his early days traveling throughout Canada and learning various trades, until he became a Plastics Technician at Boeing. Since retiring in 2012 he enjoyed a life of leisure, traveling with his wife, Pauline and spending time with family. Halden loved hunting, fishing and being out in nature. He was a skilled guitarist and loved to play and instruct others. To the small children's delight, he played guitar to entertain them. He will be greatly missed. A celebration of life will be held on December 10th, at 1:00 p.m. at the Churchill Park United Church (service by Minister Richard Mackenzie of the Spiritualist Fellowship Church of Manitoba), 525 Beresford Ave. at Nassau St. (1 block west of Osborne St. and 2 blocks north of Jubilee Ave.) Nick Knysh of Eternal Grace Funeral Chapel, 1111 Logan Avenue, in Winnipeg, MB, Phone 204-505-4559 in care of arrangements. For those who would like to sign the online guest book please visit our website at: http://www.eternalgracefunerals.com Eternal Grace Funerals 10-1111 Logan Ave Winnipeg, MB R3E 1R1 204-505-4559

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 07, 2015

Condolences & Memories (10 entries)

  • Got to know Hal on my first trip to Thompson. Took a road trip to Grand Cashe, Alberta that same year just before Christmas looking for work. He was a great person to be around. Sorry to hear of his passing. - Posted by: Lincoln Elson (long time friend ) on: Dec 19, 2015

  • Sincere Condolences to Halden's family and friends. - Posted by: Darlene Gear-White (Labradorian) on: Dec 10, 2015

  • so sorry to hear about Halden we were totally shocked when we heard, have many good memories of him. To Pauline and his extended family our thoughts and prayers are with you, he will surely missed by a lot of people. - Posted by: harry mugford (friend) on: Dec 09, 2015

  • I had known Pauline before as my grandparents,Titus and Martha Joshua,of whom,knew Paulines mom.I also had the opportunity to get to know the Goudie Clan as sometimes in my young life,I played in all the bars and nightclubs in and around Goose Bay, Happy Valley,and made friends with these guys so easily, as they were outgoing. Not to say they were at the clubs all the time, but very friendly, easy mannered good folks all around. RIP old friend and condolences to Pauline,and the rest of the family. - Posted by: Gus Joshua (friend,acquaintance) on: Dec 08, 2015

  • Although I never knew Halden as well as his older brothers, I knew him to have the same fun-loving traits as they did. Always up for a good laugh, and sometimes at my expense. As a younger man, I spent a good bit of my time at their house which was located just up the street from ours. I think they inherited their fun-loving nature from their mother who was always up for a good laugh as well. We are all given a time and a season on this earth, and Halden's expired on November 28th, and I do believe he lived life to the fullest at the things he loved best....fishing, hunting, working around his home and spending time with his beloved wife, Pauline. And of course, traveling. Rest in peace Halden........I pray peace and comfort over your wife, family, relatives, and your many friends. God bless you Pauline. - Posted by: Paul Blake (Cousin) on: Dec 08, 2015

  • My grandpa was the funniest kindest man I will ever know, on top of the laughter and all the great memories we shared as kids and adults you were the best out doors men Ive ever met. I am sad I didnt get to spend more time with you and my children but I am happy I got my entire child hood to embrace all the memories we had growing up. You'll never know how much I will miss you today but I know your in a better place now. I will always embrace every joke and every funny thing you ever said to me. I know that anyone who met him or knew of him knew what a great person he was...No matter the ups and downs noone will ever take away who you are at heart. You made a part of who I am today and you left way to soon because I had plans to spend time with you and children yet...Plans to go fishing and hang out again... He was the best guitar player I ever knew and I always tried begging him to teach me but my fingers were to short...he would say I have sausage fingers haha. I will miss you dearly and every day is harder than the next. I love you grandpa and in my heart youll rest. Take it easy up there. Lots of love Skylar, Madison & Sophia xoxoxoxox - Posted by: Skylar Van Wyk (Grand Daughter a daughter he raised from birth) on: Dec 08, 2015

  • I worked next to Halden at Boeing for quite a few years. He was such a great person, kind hearted and helpful. We had such laughs. He often spoke of his family. He said Pauline was the best thing that ever happened to him. One of his FB posts said 'I m living the dream..he was..rest in peace Halden. Yyou left this earth way too soon .I m so saddened for all your friends and family. - Posted by: Julie gauthier (Friend) on: Dec 07, 2015

  • I can't understand why you had to go so soon they say everything happenes for a reason I can't seem to find any reason for this but I guess God needed you more then we did you will be missed for sure , so rest in peace my dear brother-in-law. - Posted by: Sheila lavoie (Brother inlaw) on: Dec 07, 2015

  • I only met Halden SR. A few times. He was super friendly and funny. I wish I could have known him better. I respected him immensely. - Posted by: Justin Millen (Best friend of Halden Goudie II) on: Dec 07, 2015

  • This day has come to early. U were suppose to be here forever. For your children and grandchildren and great grandchildren. Your children R heart broken beyond belief. The older we got the better parents we became. As I was reading your obituary. I was thinking if we would of said everything about what a great dad U were . Things u did and accomplished in your life We would of taken up an entire page . I ll always remember. The mouse over my foot. Time passages by Cat Stevens and the load of pumpkins All who loved u as DAD and friend will be missing a part of their life today and always. Pauline is missing her husband and friend and I'll pray that time eases all our pain . BUT WE WILL ALWAYS REMEMBER U. RIP and go fishing - Posted by: Noreen GOUDIE and Bert Hoeck (Mom of. His , Mine and our children and someone else's. ) on: Dec 07, 2015

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