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CHARLIE SMITH (ROSIE)
Born: Jun 08, 1940
Date of Passing: Feb 04, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
CHARLIE SMITH (ROSIE)
June 8, 1940 – February 4, 2020
It is with great sadness that the family of Charlie Smith announces his peaceful passing on February 4, 2020, at home with family by his side.
Friends and relatives are encouraged to share in a photo-tribute, stories, and condolences for the family by visiting Charlie's memorial page at IntegrityFuneralPlanning.com.
A celebration of Charlie's life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 12, 2020, at the First Unitarian Universalist Church of Winnipeg, located at 603 Wellington Crescent.
Cremation & Funeral Planning
204-295-5408 – IntegrityFuneralPlanning.com
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 08, 2020
Condolences & Memories (7 entries)
Have known Charlie since we were young boys growing up in Cayer. Always remember his mischievous ways, all for fun, never hurtful. Sincere sympathy, wishing you, your family and loved ones well at this time. Raymond - Posted by: Raymond Beaulieu (Long time friend from Cayer, Mb) on: Feb 09, 2020
Uncle Charlie was one of the sweetest and most kind man I've ever known. His laugh is forever etched in my heart. He will be missed by all of us, especially by my dad, Denis. He always said that Charlie was a brother to him and he loved Charlie as one. Watching them together, having a few beers and laughing so hard, you couldn't help but laugh with them. I'm grateful to have many memories of uncle Charlie. May you rest in peace. - Posted by: Jax Thibert (Cousin) on: Feb 08, 2020
I need to thank Mr. Smith for putting Lisa in Ringette. Because Lisa and I were BESTIES growing up, we did everything together. Mr. Smith put Lisa in Ringette, so of course I ask my parents to put me in Ringette too! Mr. Smith bought Lisa a mini motor bike, well guess what, I got to learn to ride a mini motor bike too!! Many great memories of driving that little machine in Cayer, Mb! Mr. Smith would take us boating and get Lisa up water skiiing, so I then was taught to water ski too!! So, to Mr. Smith ...thank you for all these great experiences you introduced me to, through your daughter, Lisa!!!! ❤ You were one cool Dad!!! Carole - Posted by: Carole Partyka (Gervais ) (Friend/Neighbour ) on: Feb 08, 2020
Condolences to the family! Heard many happy and love filled stories of him. - Posted by: Red (Friend of Daughter) on: Feb 08, 2020
Always easy to talk to, great conversationalist, he will be great company in heaven🙏 - Posted by: Brent and Michelle Grywacheski (Friend) on: Feb 08, 2020
I've known Charlie for almost 36 years. He was an inspiration, mentor and wonderful man who cared for and loved my baby girl with Del, as their own child since she was three months old. He reminded me alot of my Dad. Always soft spoken and a good man. He taught Suz many things while working in his garage, and always took her to family sports and gatherings. He gave her a big black stuffed dog when she was a child, which she still has to this day. He suffered with his disease in silence and courage. RIP Charlie, you will be greatly missed. 💖💖💖 - Posted by: Louise Sabourin-Gutierrez (Family friend) on: Feb 08, 2020
Great childhood memories at Christmas time and growing up at family events. Fixing my bike tires for me meant so much. He seen me for me and the last time I seen a uncle Charlie he said something that will stay with me forever and I’m thankful to have had him in my life ❤️ - Posted by: Carrie Frobisher (Niece) on: Feb 08, 2020
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