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LOUISE ANN SANDERS (PONIMETS)
Born: Nov 25, 1944
Date of Passing: Mar 12, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
LOUISE ANN SANDERS
November 25, 1944 - March 12, 2020
Louise will be greatly missed by her husband, Brian; children, Cheryl (Roy), Darryl (Verna), and Ryan (Stacy); mother, Anne; sister, Judi; grandchildren, nieces, cousins, and friends. She was predeceased by her father, Peter.
Louise was born in Winnipeg, and grew up in St. Boniface, where she attended Nelson MacIntyre Collegiate, and married her high school sweetheart, Brian, in April 1962. She was a wonderful and hardworking mother to her three kids, but also worked for the Manitoba Government for over 25 years. Mom made a lot of lifelong friends during her time there, and enjoyed staying in touch over the years.
Louise unselfishly devoted her time to her family and friends. She was always a caregiver, and constantly put the needs of others ahead of her own; she was selfless and caring above all else. Mom loved to cook; she would often be found in the kitchen, and would show her love by preparing meals and baking for the family. Mom loved to laugh, be silly, and had a playful heart; she loved to listen to music, and would never waste an opportunity to break into dance, laughing and joking until we couldn't laugh anymore. She was a loving wife, a wonderful mother, a dear sister, and a kindhearted person, who will forever live in our hearts.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Mar 21, 2020
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
Louise was a wonderful person and very kind to me during our many years working together for the Province of MB. She loved her family and would often share news about the family and she would get her parcels off in the mail on her lunch break to meet the Christmas deadlines so the kids would have something special from her and Brian. She was always thinking of them and her husband Brian and cared for both her mother and mother-in-law at home. She had a great sense of humour and had a way of brightening a room just by twinkling those eyes. She will be missed. Rest in peace Loulou. - Posted by: Kim Dorn (Friend and Coworker) on: Apr 13, 2020
I worked with Louise for many years. Such a kind thoughtful gal, always greeted you with a smile... sometimes a mischievous giggle. We really missed her when she retired, and I'm very saddened to hear of her passing. She always spoke of all her family with such love and pride. My sincere condolences to all of you. - Posted by: Kim Bourget (Co-worker /friend ) on: Mar 22, 2020
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