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LEO EDOUARD JOSEPH ARSENAULT
Date of Passing: Jan 25, 2019Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
LEO EDOUARD JOSEPH ARSENAULT On January 25, 2019, with family by his side, Leo Arsenault (Archie), at age 89, peacefully passed away. He will be greatly missed by his wife Wilma, of 37 years, his children, Lynne (Ian), Laura (Brett) and Michael (Cindy), grandchildren, Geordie (Carissa), Amanda (Kevin), Megan (Cory), Taylor (Rob), Abby (Dane), Sara, Kailey, Rylee, and great-grandkids, Koen, Maci-Mae, Kinley and Ayla, as well as siblings, Paul, Anita and Jo-Anne (Tom), his many nieces and nephews, extended family and friends. Archie served in the reserve army until 1952 when he started working at the Tribune. He worked as a Stereotyper for the Tribune for 28 years until it closed in 1980 and he retired. Archie was an avid fan of all sports especially baseball. He was an excellent baseball player and in his youth was invited to a try-out camp for the St. Louis Cardinals. He was a Bomber season-ticket holder for over 50 years and loved the Winnipeg Jets too. He was well known for his sense of humour and he loved joking around with everyone. Archie loved to go camping and travelled extensively. Most of all he loved his kids and grandkids and his dog Trixie. Thanks to the third-floor staff at the Grace Hospital.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 02, 2019
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
We will always remember Archie's smile and his friendliness. Archie always had a great sense of humor and was willing to help anyone at Gateway CC. Our deepest condolences Wilma and Michael Deb and Kevin Chucko - Posted by: Deb (friend) on: Feb 04, 2019
I have not seen Archie for many years, he was always very friendly and helpful at gateway. My deepest sympathy to Wilma and Michael, also my condolences to Archies extended family. - Posted by: reinhard mohr (Friend from our days at gateway) on: Feb 02, 2019
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