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CHARLES STANLEY ADAMIK

Date of Passing: Jul 06, 2020

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CHARLES STANLEY ADAMIK

After a lengthy illness, with family by his side on July 6, 2020, at the Gimli Community Health Centre, Charles Adamik, aged 60 years, of Finns, MB, passed away.
He was predeceased by his parents, Felix and Katie; and his baby brother Anthony. He is survived by his siblings, David, Marie, Jim (Rose), and Cindy (Edward); numerous nieces and nephews, and special friends, Collin and Victor.
Special thank you to Arborg Home Care, especially Tanis for the exceptional care given to Charles. Also thank you to the Gimli Community Health Centre.
Cremation has taken place and service details will follow at a later date.

Condolences may be left on his tribute wall at
www.gilbartfuneralhome.com.

Gilbart Funeral Home, Gimli
in care of arrangements.

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 11, 2020

Condolences & Memories (2 entries)

  • I remember Charlie fondly, I enjoyed very much spending time with him out at his house. On at least one occasion I even slept over and enjoyed Charlie, David and auntie Katie’s company along with the dogs and cats. Charlie taught me welding and how to fix cars and tractors. I remember many times being in the garage with him watching and learning tricks to make repairs easier, he was very creative. One time I helped to do a big repair on a tractor and Charlie not only let me test drive it but he bought me a radio controlled sea doo boat as a thank you for my work. I also have a John Deere flashlight that he gave me as a gift. One time he helped me trade in my old snowblower for one from Enns Brothers and it has served me faithfully for many years. I remember one time especially my grandmother and I and other family were at Charlie’s house when he came home with a big box, little did I know that it was for me. It turned out it was a box of some of the most amazing fireworks I’d ever seen, it must have been expensive. We set up a spot to shoot them off and put on an amazing show. I remember another time I needed new shock springs for my radio controlled truck and Charlie went looking through his parts then he came back and handed me 4 perfect sized springs and I was able to fix my truck. One time Charlie taught me how to plow the garden with his tractor it was so fun I smelled diesel fumes the whole time I really felt like a farmer. Going out to see Charlie And David, also for a time auntie Katie, was a regular family trip and I will miss him greatly. - Posted by: Aaron slobodzian (Cousin ) on: Jul 14, 2020

  • So sorry to read of passing of your dear brother. We think of you often and hope you are well. - Posted by: ROGER FOSTER AND KATHY BERNARD (FRIENDS) on: Jul 11, 2020

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