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Date of Passing: Jun 20, 2020Offer Condolences or Memory
Annie will be lovingly remembered by her family and friends. She was predeceased by husband Edward, and sisters, May and Norah.
Annie worked at the Bank of Commerce for many years until her retirement when she moved onto an equally enjoyable second career with the Loch Gallery of Winnipeg. She spent summers at the cabin she and her family built in Belair, Manitoba.
A private funeral service in memory of Annie will be held at a later date at Thomson "In the Park" Funeral Home.
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As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 11, 2020
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
I meet Annie at CIBC in the 70’s and became good friends ever since. Annie was very special lady always positive about life. If I had a bad day she would always tell me “ dearie you can get through it and I will call you later” . And she would always do so and we would laugh about it. Our last conversation was in May and she did not mention not feeling well but she never would that was Annie style. She would not want me to worry about her. Annie I will miss our talk Rest In Peace my best friend in our Lord’s Loving Arms. Sending my sympathy to all of Annie’s friends and family. - Posted by: Adeline Castonguay (Friend ) on: Jul 25, 2020
I knew Annie as a client at CIBC, her niece Carolyn, was our assistant manager at one time, I got to know her quite well, became quite fond of her, saw her only a few months back and she looked great as always. Chris her grandson was her pride and joy. Condolences to the family, she will be missed. - Posted by: Janice Blain (Friend) on: Jul 18, 2020
I have many happy memories of Annie from my years at Loch and Mayberry gallery. She was a good natured friend and co-worker. We had some great lunches together in the ensuing years with Sam Burch, another L&M coworker. Please accept my heartfelt condolences on the loss of your dear aunt. - Posted by: lorraine Krahn (Coworker) on: Jul 16, 2020
Had the pleasure of meeting Annie and her sisters many years ago through family friend many years ago from Ireland. Annie was a lovely lady, she worked for many years with us at Loch and Mayberry Fine Art, we shared lake time with her, Ed, May and Danny during our time at Belair. Rest in Peace Annie, our condolences to the family. The Mayberry Family - Posted by: Joan Mayberry (Acquaintance) on: Jul 16, 2020
I had the privilege of working with Annie on a couple of different occasions at CIBC. She was always so pleasant and knowledgeable and was always quick with a joke and a smile. She was always able to make the job more enjoyable and I thoroughly enjoyed working with her. My sincere condolences to the family on the loss of this wonderful lady. - Posted by: Wayne McLennan (Co worker) on: Jul 11, 2020
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