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Date of Passing: Dec 01, 2019

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On December 1, 2019 Mom passed away peacefully, with one of her daughters by her side. She had celebrated her 90th birthday on October 2.
Mom was born in Nelson, BC and moved at a very young age to Kamsack, SK. Her parents were Helen and Peter Kazakoff. She was predeceased by sisters, Annette and Pauline. Left to mourn are sisters, Sandra, Verna and Dianna.
During her marriage to Air Force Sergeant George Green, she travelled Europe, living in France and different areas of Canada before settling in Winnipeg.
Mom raised five daughters, Georgina, Helen, Sally (Jamie), Mary (Herve) and Tanya. She had five granddaughters, Mandy (Karl), Melissa, Sara (Jayson), Allison and Melody. She was also blessed with seven great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.
Mom led a creative life as a writer, gardener, music lover and thespian. She was an activist for the environment, education and animals.
The family would like to thank the staff at Golden Links Lodge where she resided for the last 16 months of life.
In lieu of flowers, feel free to make a donation to your charity of choice.

"We are all born, we all die, and the measure of our lives is what we do with the time in between." (A favourite quote of Mom's written for Jack Layton.)

Bardal Funeral Home
843 Sherbrook Street, 204-774-7474

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 07, 2019

Condolences & Memories (1 entries)

  • I am very saddened by your mom's passing but even more so that I didn't know that she was in Golden Links for the last 16 months. It is a short distance from my house and I could have been visiting her. Losing track of people is sad. I met your mom in about 1995 and we were instant friends. She was visiting someone in Kamsack and my mom and I were visiting the same person. Your mom needed to get a copper boiler to Winnipeg so I offered to bring it back for her. She signed her 'Patchwork Pieces' For Sharon of the 'Copper Boiler Express'. We both lived in East Kildonan at the time and I visited her several times at her house and eventually life has a way of moving on and we lost track of each other. She was a genuine, gifted and intelligent person whom I admired and had the privilege of knowing. My sincere condolences to you all. Sincerely, Sharon Plaitin - Posted by: Sharon Plaitin (Friend with Kamsack and my mom in common.) on: Dec 17, 2019

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