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EVA PEARL OLSON (LANGRELL)

Born: Jul 17, 1928

Date of Passing: Jan 06, 2020

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EVA PEARL OLSON
(nee LANGRELL)
1928 - 2020
"A life well lived, laughed and loved…"

Pearl passed away peacefully at the Selkirk Regional Hospital on January 6, 2020 surrounded by three generations of her families' love.
Mom is survived by her children, Chris Olson and Lorelee (Howard) Proctor; her grandchildren, Cortney, Carly (Mike), Kendra, Christopher (Sarah) and Jacquie (Jesse); cherished great-grandchildren, Caitie, Kit, Beck and Wren; brother Laurie (Shirley); the Olson family, Ken, Betty (Al), Clarence (Ethel) and Janine Olson. She was predeceased by her husband Charlie in 2011.
Pearl was born on July 17, 1928. She lived the majority of her life in the community of Warren. Following Dad's passing in 2011, Mom made the move to Lions Manor in Stonewall.
Mom very much enjoyed life in both communities with an abundance of wonderful friends, neighbours and cousins. Fly in fishing trips and drives with Dad, as well as time spent with the grandkids were the favourite times of her life. Brother Laurie, nieces and nephews always played an important role in Mom's life and brought her happiness. She enjoyed reading, crosswords, cards, gardening and following any sport, especially the Jets! Not to be forgotten, was that she valued community projects and a good day's work.
At Mom's request, a celebration of her life will follow on May 1, 2020 at the Warren Memorial Hall at 2:00 p.m. A private family internment will precede the gathering at the hall.
Sincere thanks to Dr. Michael Stephenson for his conscientious medical counsel over the past years. Also, to the many dear family and friends near and far who have helped Mom to have the best life, so full of joy.
Many thanks to Ken Loehmer Funeral Services for the guidance and professionalism offered during this difficult time.
If people so desire, a donation in memory of Pearl may be made to the Warren United Church or the Woodlands Pioneer Museum.

Thanks for the memories and your abiding love, Mom. We will miss you forever.

Ken Loehmer Funeral Services
204-886-0404

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 11, 2020

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