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Born: Mar 03, 1934

Date of Passing: Oct 12, 2019

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March 3, 1934 - October 12, 2019

Peacefully, Alan passed away at the age of 85 years.
He is survived by his loving wife Eadie, of 64 years; children, Jeff (Daniela), Kerry (Tony) and Greg; grandchildren, Hilary (Cory), Emily, Audrey, James (Richard), Andrew, Madyson, Macalla, and Alan.
Alan enjoyed working at the CN Railway in Transcona for 38 years. His hobbies included fishing on The Rock and travelling Europe.
He took pride in his house of 64 years and made it a home, where the door was always open and everyone was welcome.
"Albert's" family was his number one priority. He and his video camera were always present to capture all of his grandchildren's activities and events.
The family would like to thank the staff at Oakview Place for their care and support.
A celebration of his life will occur at a later date.

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 19, 2019

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • So sorry to hear about Al. Ray and I will never forget the Xmas get together at your house. Working with you Eadie was always a blast. Alan was a great gentleman. - Posted by: Ray and Gisele Grenier (Friends) on: Nov 13, 2019

  • Dear Eadie and Family, although it has been many years since we have seen each other, I wish to offer my sincere condolences. I know my Mother (Auntie Jennie) would have felt the same because she was always fond of you and your siblings. Take care and congratulations on having him in your life for so long. ~Love, Audrey~ - Posted by: Audrey Gibson (cousin) on: Oct 23, 2019

  • Dear Mrs. Bews and family, I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Bews’s passing and wish to send along my condolences. One of my fondest memory’s of Mr. Bews was that he always walked me home after babysitting (even though it was only 4 houses away). But there was the night he drove me home because he had just bought a new car and was so proud of it. That memory always puts a smile on my face. Vavasour Avenue sure was a great street to grow up on and has now gone through yet another change. Deepest sympathy Audrey Scott (Bailie) - Posted by: Audrey Scott (Bailie) (Babysitter from way back) on: Oct 20, 2019

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