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Date of Passing: May 31, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
Marlene will be lovingly remembered by her children, Greg (Angela), Pam (Harv), Howard (Tara), Coreen (Vernon); her dear grandchildren, Katlyn (Daniel), Randy (Sheena), Jackie (Clint), Kirsten, Brayden, Dylan; and her precious great-grandchildren. She will also be sadly missed by her sister Bev (Jay), dear friend Sharon and many nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her husband David; sisters, Joyce and Irene, and brothers-in-law, Lloyd and Steve.
Marlene married David in 1963 and together they raised four children and resided in the same house in Dugald for the rest of their lives. They especially enjoyed times with family and friends, camping, playing bocce ball and Belgium bowling. Close friends affectionately referred to them as "Pete and Dave". Marlene retired from a lengthy CRA career and then enjoyed more time curling, golfing and travelling. Marlene will be sadly missed by her family, friends and the entire Springfield community.
Thanks to Dr. Ahmed and Tamara at CancerCare Manitoba and all the wonderful staff at Riverview Health Centre.
To join a celebration of Marlene's life on the afternoon of Friday, June 5, outside at the Dugald Community Club, 544 Holland Street in Dugald and to comply with the gathering of 50 people and social distancing, a reservation MUST be made no later than 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, June 4 by calling Seasons Funeral Chapel 204.444.5444 to schedule a time to attend.
A private family interment will take place at Sunnyside Cemetery.
Anyone unable to attend are asked to simply remember the good times and make a toast over a glass of spirits or a cup of coffee in her memory.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Dugald Community Club in Marlene's memory.
The family requests that condolences and memories can be shared by visiting
Marlene's memorial page and eulogies
will also be posted at seasonsfunerals.ca.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jun 03, 2020
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Sincere condolences to all family memebers on the passing of Auntie Marlene! We remember family gatherings years ago! Sincerely Kerry & Dixie Tomchuk & family - Posted by: Dixie Tomchuk (Niece in law and Nephew ) on: Jun 09, 2020
I supervised Marlene for many years. She was a pleasure to work with. I am so sorry to hear of your loss! - Posted by: Steve Maas (Co-worker) on: Jun 09, 2020
My condolences to Marlene's family. I have fond memories of Marlene during our curling at Springfield curling club at the Thursday night mixed league. So many laughs. She will be missed. - Posted by: Heather Gillespie (Friend) on: Jun 07, 2020
Greg, Pam, Howard, Coreen and families, So very sorry to hear of Marlene's passing. She and your dad were long-time friends of my parents, Hubert and Georgette Roque. I have many great memories of the time spent with your family. Your mom was the most caring and selfless person I ever met. Don’t let go of your precious memories. They’ll get you through this difficult time. - Posted by: Monique Roque Chapman (Family friend) on: Jun 05, 2020
I worked with Marlene. So sorry to hear of your loss. Joy Temple - Posted by: Joy Temple (Friend) on: Jun 03, 2020
When I returned to curling just two years ago, Marlene was my Skip, and was so patient, and encouraging for me to participate, and improve my skills as a third, and as a skip, that I looked forward to every game with a new found joy. She was never at a loss for a joke, or comment that made the time spent with her enjoyable. Sending the family & friends Joy in her life, her love for you, and remember the good times together, and apart - Posted by: Jane Seniw (curling collegue) on: Jun 03, 2020
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