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Born: Aug 29, 1950

Date of Passing: Dec 12, 2018

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ANNETTE EMILY MARK (nee MCLEOD) August 29, 1950 - December 12, 2018 Peacefully and with her family by her side and in our hearts, it is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Annette Mark. Annette was predeceased by her father Norman, sister Norma, brother Joe, in-laws, Doug and Ruby, special Aunt Chrissie and niece Bonnie. She will be lovingly remembered and deeply missed by her husband John; daughters, Monica and Michelle (Jamie); sons, RJ (Tamara) and Chris (Ashley); her grandchildren, Maria, Michael, Jacqueline, Jayson, Brit, Natalie, Alexis and Damien; her mother Adrienne; brothers, Willie, Louis (Brenda), Richard (Pat) and Larry (Sheryl); sisters, Denise (Wayne) and Robin; her sisters-in-law, Maureen (Tom) and Norma (Wally); her best friend Darlene and her daughters, Leona and Carla (Stewart); along with many cousins, nieces, nephews and friends. Annette was born in Eriksdale and raised in Lundar where she met her husband of 50 years and raised a wonderful family and created many happy memories together. Annette worked for Mrs. Olson at the Lundar Bakery, Canadian Linen, Lundar Day Care where she was known as Aunty Ne-Ne to many children whom she adored, Sigfusson Northern and the Lundar Golf Course. She loved to travel in our old bus, whether it be to go away for the summer to the West or East Coast or a simple camping trip at Lundar Beach. It was something she truly enjoyed and spoke about often. Annette was very active in the community, especially with the Lundar Legion Ladies Auxiliary, where she was a member for 49 years. She made countless pots of soup for many events, prepared many meals and put her heart and soul into volunteering for numerous events. She instilled her strong work ethic into her children and was always proud of their accomplishments. Over the years, Mom took care of her grandchildren and loved to have them as well as many of the grandkids' friends that would stop in with them. She fed many of her kids' friends, as well as her grandchildren's friends' lunches over the years as well. She was very proud of her grandchildren and cherished their visits, even a simple phone call would do. She was always the happiest with kids around. She had that kind, caring way about her that kids were drawn to and she cared for each and every one that came into her life. They always knew her door was open and some still would stop in to this day for that short visit just to say hi! A celebration of Annette's life will take place at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 19, 2018 in the Lundar Legion Hall with Cindy Thorkelson officiating. In lieu of flowers we ask that donations please be made to Lundar Sportsplex in care of Grettir Co-op Inc., P.O. Box 334, Lundar, MB R0C 1Y0 or CancerCare Manitoba Foundation, 675 McDermot Ave., Room ON 1160, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0V9. Arrangements by: ARNASON FUNERAL HOME Ashern - Lundar 1.204.768.2072 1.866.323.3593

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 15, 2018

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • So sorry to hear of Annette's passing, may you find comfort in your memories. - Posted by: Bob & Inez Buchanan (Friends) on: Jan 16, 2019

  • ‚ÄúThinking of you and the family, wishing you hope in the midst of sorrow, comfort in the midst of pain." Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Sheila and Bob - Posted by: Sheila and Bob Webb (Friends to Monica) on: Dec 17, 2018

  • I am sorry to read of your loss. Words cannot lessen your grief but perhaps it helps to know that others are thinking of you in this time of sadness. - Posted by: Rose Mark (widow of cousin Bill Mark) on: Dec 16, 2018

  • Karen and I would like to pass on our condolences to John, his family and the Macleod family Annette was a wonderful person and I remember her always happy, optimistic, and easy to be around. She was always welcoming and made you feel at home. She will always be remembered for her community work. - Posted by: Larry&Karen Erickson (Friends) on: Dec 16, 2018

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