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PAULINA CHAPMAN (LOTECKI)
Date of Passing: Mar 28, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
Born in Melrose, Manitoba, Paulina lived most of her life in Stonewall, Manitoba. Paulina loved her family and her faith and was always there for anyone who needed support, guidance or a friend.
She is survived by her son Donald Chapman, Sharon Chapman (Kevin Adam), and grandchildren, Gieun Chapman (Michelle), Soyun Chapman (Jesse), Nahyun Arnal (Joel) and Parker Adam (Bryn). She is also survived by her sisters, Francis, Kathy, Julie and Cecile, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
She was predeceased by her son William Chapman (Billy), and daughter-in-law Myunghee Chapman.
In keeping with her strong belief in God and the Holy Spirit, a mass will be held in her honour at a later date. A second announcement will be made at that time.
The family would like to thank the staff of Stonewall & District Health Centre and Selkirk Regional Health Centre for their compassionate care recently and over the past number of months. Special thanks also go to her neighbours and dedicated friends who have always been there to support her.
Donations, in lieu of flowers, can be made to her church, Christ the King Parish, Box 1159, Stonewall, Manitoba R0C 2Z0.
MacKenzie Funeral Home
204 467 2525
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Apr 04, 2020
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
Pauline sat just in front of me at Christ the King Church, we spoke every Sunday and I got a Hug. She was lovely and I will miss her. My Condolences to Sharon & Donald Hugs Joyce - Posted by: JOYCE WYRCHOWNY (Friend) on: Apr 28, 2020
My condolences to my cousins and their families. My memories of my Auntie Pauline is last summer when I telephoned her despite not talking with her for many years, she responded “ Of course I know who this is. How could I forget my godson”. My prayers to Don and Sharon and your families. God Bless you and Auntie Pauline. Jeff Haasbeek - Posted by: Jeff Haasbeek (Nephew) on: Apr 16, 2020
Dearest Sharon and Donald, I'm so sorry about your wonderful Mother's sudden passing. She was an inspiration to me when I was growing up and in all the years that followed. She really cared about people. And always tried to do what she thought was right-no matter how hard it was. I believe she was a true hero. Not just in terms of her own life, but also in the lives of everyone she touched. Take care of, and be kind, to yourselves and your families at this difficult time. Love you, Josie - Posted by: Josie Young (Niece) on: Apr 10, 2020
Aunt Pauline, I loved talking to you long distance almost every day. You always had a positive outlook on life. Knowing that I will never be able to do that again leaves me with a deep sense of remorse. I'll miss you more than I can possibly explain in a note. My sincere condolences to Sharon, Donald, and your families. R.I.P. Aunt Pauline Al Mueller - Posted by: Al Mueller (Nephew) on: Apr 09, 2020
My mom Frances and her sister Paulina lived a block away from each other while raising their children. They were always the best of friends and shared life experiences which enriched both their and their families lives. They came from a close knit family that always helped each other. Paulina was a god send. When my mom Frances needed someone to stay with her after her heart surgery she turned to her sister and was so thankful when Paulina agreed. Rest In Peace Auntie Polly you will be missed. - Posted by: Susanne Strell (Niece) on: Apr 08, 2020
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