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LUCY VAN MOL

Born: Aug 17, 1919

Date of Passing: Jun 05, 2016

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LUCY VAN MOL (CHAMBERLAIN) August 17, 1919 - June 5, 2016 Suddenly but peacefully, Lucy passed away at the Rock Lake Hospital in Crystal City, Manitoba at the age of 96. She was predeceased by her husband John in 1979; as well as five brothers and two sisters. Left to mourn her passing, her sister Mabelle, brother John, sister-in-law Dorothy, son Henri (Doreen), three grandsons; Michael (Becky), Dale, and Glen (Nicole), as well as six great-grandchildren, Emily, Brianne, Logan, Nolan, Nya, and Bella. Born at Home in Rossdale, Manitoba she was educated in the community and took an active part in Girl Guides, Brownies, teaching Sunday school and the Rebecca's. After graduation she went to work at the Hudson's Bay store in Winnipeg where she spent 10 years. In September of 1951 she married John and made her home on the farm at Pilot Mound. Her hobbies were gardening, knitting, and making Vinartertas for the Anglican Bazarre. The family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to the staff of the Rock Lake Personal Care Home for their exceptional care and compassion. A memorial service will be held at St. John's Anglican Church in Pilot Mound, MB on Monday, June 13, 2016 at 2:00 p.m. Lunch will follow at the Parish hall. In lieu of flowers donations in Lucy's memory may be made to Rock Lake Personal Care Home; 424 Broadway Ave. Pilot Mound, MB R0G 1P0. Messages of condolence may be made online at www.wheatlandfs.com. Wheatland Funeral Service 204-825-2848 www.wheatlandfs.com

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jun 11, 2016

Condolences & Memories (2 entries)

  • Dear Henri, Doreen & boys: Many years the Kennedy and Van Mol family have enjoyed connections with nature, the land and conservation that are as our world should be. The summer I spent on the Van Mol farm is a wonderful memory. John was awake before dawn, milking and doing a few early morning tasks. Lucy was typically between the kitchen and their garden. I helped build the 1800(0) bushel steel grain bin and that summer John built a plow out of old grater blades. It was so heavy we couldn't lift it and Henry had neighbor "Stan" come and pick it up the plow by himself. Lucy's meals were as family suppers and dinners are supposed to be. The fresh cream and butters had no chemicals. John would lie down on the living room floor for a rest after lunch and beyond that he was always flat out with every task that needed to be done on their section. I hunted on the farm and on the lake using a blind my grandfather made, decoys of my fathers and decoys I left. Many years have gone by since the origins of the Kennedy's and Van Moles, but the basics of good family working together remains the most valuable human resource we have in out troubled world. with love, DArcy - Posted by: DArcy Kennedy (friend for generations) on: Jun 09, 2021

  • My condolences to Henri, Doreen & boys on the passing of your dear Mom. - Posted by: Tammie Follis Dueck () on: Jun 11, 2016

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