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Date of Passing: Feb 08, 2018

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JAMES (JIM) CONACHER It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of our beloved Jim, on February 8, 2018, at the age of 63 years. He will be sadly missed by all who knew him. Jim is survived by his loving wife and best friend Ann, his sister-in-law Valerie, his niece Pamela, his nephew Daniel, friends and coworkers. He was predeceased by his mother Frances, in 2006 and his father Jim, in 2005. Jim was born in Regina and attended high school at West Kildonan Collegiate. He worked at Kelly & Webb from 1977 to 1992, McDowell Electric from 1993 to 2001 and B. A. Robinson from 2002 to present, as a purchasing agent. His passion was participating in sports. He was an avid curler and enjoyed playing fastball and slow pitch. Jim was the umpire in chief for the WCMSP league and thought umping slow pitch games was the greatest because of the people he met along the way. As per Jim's request, there will be no funeral service. The family would like to give thanks to the Concordia Hospital and all the doctors and staff who looked after him. In lieu of flowers, donations in Jim's memory may be made to any No Kill Cat Shelter. His beloved cats, Fuji, Ebony and Phoenix, will miss him dearly. KLASSEN Funeral Home 1897 Henderson Highway, Winnipeg, MB (204) 338 0331 Condolences may be sent to

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 10, 2018

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • Deepest condolences Auntie Ann - Posted by: Pam Rousseau (Niece) on: Feb 13, 2018

  • I will miss Jim. I always looked forward going to baseball and when I would see Jim I would always be happy to see him and he would always have a big smile back for me. We would talk about many things other than baseball even when I was in the batters box waiting on a pitch. We would get heated once in awhile during the game while discussing the rules lol but we always were happy after the game and walked back to the cars laughing and having a good time. I remember one game when Jim ejected my son out of the game, I walked over to Jim and asked what my son had said. When Jim told me what he had said I said it was a good thing that he ejected him I would've done the same thing. I then went into the dugout to give my kid crap. We all laughed about it on the way to the cars. We will deeply miss him but he is not gone he is in our hearts and memories and he will party with us in heaven he just got there way to soon. - Posted by: Darren Wall (Friend) on: Feb 13, 2018

  • I will miss you BUDDY your friend Fred - Posted by: Fred Hiebert (friend) on: Feb 12, 2018

  • So sorry for your loss Ann, he was so much fun when we use to play darts. I always looked for him to come and bug me for tickets, he use to say "what still $3.00" and we would laugh. Hugs and prayers to you all, he will be missed. Go Rest High On That Mountain Jim, Your Work Here On Earth Is Done. Audrey and Scottie Scott - Posted by: Audrey Scott (friend) on: Feb 10, 2018

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