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FLORDELIZ (LES) CRISOSTOMO

Born: Jun 23, 1936

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FLORDELIZ (LES) CRISOSTOMO

Born June 23, 1936 in the Philippines. Immigrated to Canada in 1968, where he worked with the Provincial Government of Manitoba until his retirement. He worked closely with the Filipino community and the community at large through various organizations.
He leaves behind his wife Amie, cousins, nieces, nephews and grandchildren in Canada, United States and the Philippines.
We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to all our close friends who helped us in our hours of need, home care workers, Dr. Albak Russell and staff of Prime Deer Lodge Centre in Winnipeg.
If you wish to make a donation, please forward it to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba.
Viewing and Wake will be held February 14, 2020 at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home (4000 Portage Avenue) from 6:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Mass will be held on February 15 at St. Peter's Church (748 Keewatin Street) at 1:00 p.m. His remains will be brought home to Vintar, Ilocos Norte, Philippines at a later date where his final resting place awaits him.

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 12, 2020

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • Heartfelt condolence to Manong Les Family specially to Manang Amie. A close and dear friend, community leader and one of the pioneers of the Filipino Community in Manitoba. Thank you Manong for all the support, your contribution, the service and your ideas for a better Filipino Community. - Posted by: Chris Aglugub (Friend) on: Feb 19, 2020

  • I had the honour of serving with Les on the Board of the Manitoba Liquor Control Commission. He was always a strong voice of reason and authority. My condolences to the family. Carmen Nedohin (Neufeld) - Posted by: Carmen Nedohin (Friend) on: Feb 12, 2020

  • My family is extending our condolences to Les' family. Les was a great pillar of the Filipino community in Manitoba in the sixties. He helped in the coming of the garment workers in Winnipeg. He was the first elected President of the Pam. Philippine Association of Manitoba. And many more. Les, May you Rest In Peace. - Posted by: Clara Orallo (Friend) on: Feb 12, 2020

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