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His memory will be forever cherished by his loving wife of 65 years, Shirley, his two daughters, Irene (Roger) Druwe, Joanne (Marcel) Pelletier, and two grandsons, Jeff (Jenn) Fennell and Dean (Lindsey) Fennell. He also leaves to mourn his sister-in-law Yvonne Berard and brother-in-law Leo Renaud.
He was predeceased by his parents, Gib and Elizabeth Berard, sisters, Cecile (Ernest) Mistlebacher, Camille Renaud, Lorraine, and brothers, Pat and Denis.
Armand was born and raised in Ste. Anne, Manitoba. In 1951 Armand and Shirley met and were married in 1954. They lived all of their married life in the RM of Springfield. Armand worked for the CNR as a carman for 33 years. Aside from work he enjoyed raising Charolais cattle on his farm. He loved his farm life but his greatest love was his family. His pride and joy were his two girls and then he was blessed with two grandsons. The boys soon became his whole life. He would spend hours with them in the work shop teaching them his skills in mechanics. He was so very proud of them and their success in life and their chosen trade. Nothing was too much to ask of Armand. He was always ready to help - be it work or advice.
Armand will be forever missed and mourned. He leaves us with beautiful memories and the realization how very fortunate we were able to have him as our husband, father and grandfather. Love you forever.
As per Armand's wishes there will no service.
Friends and family may share memories by visiting Armand's memorial page at seasonsfunerals.ca
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Aug 15, 2020
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Luc and I are truly saddened to hear of Armand’s passing, he was always so kind and caring who loved his family and friends. I always admired the way you spoke so highly of your marriage and the man you loved. With loving and healing prayerful thoughts 💕 Dodie and Luc Girard And Family 💕 - Posted by: Dodie (Wrublowsky) and Luc Girard (Worked at Norwood Television with Shirley) on: Sep 15, 2020
We were all so saddened to hear of Armand passing, mom and dad were very dear friends to Armand & Shirley, they felt more like family than friends, our hearts go out to you Shirley and your beautiful family. Please feel our Hugs to each and everyone. Love Bunny, Marilyn & Terry - Posted by: Bunny Graham, Marilyn & Terry (Friends) on: Sep 02, 2020
Our deepest sympathy to Shirley and family.May your memories help you through this most difficult time. - Posted by: Bob & Audrey Bodnaruk (friends) on: Aug 18, 2020
My deepest sympathies to Shirley and family. I was saddened to see this in the Free Press today. I believe I first met the Berard's while working at Centennial Animal Hospital and Central Veterinary Services then we discovered we knew the same people, Doug and Gene Hurd and Gene (Doug)was a long time family friend to my family ,(King). Such a small world! Though we have not crossed paths recently, I still recall the great memories of those times. - Posted by: Caroline (King) Coates (Acquaintance ) on: Aug 15, 2020
Roger, Irene and family, We wish to offer our condolences to all the family. We share in your grieving at the loss of Armand, a most cherished one to family and friends. - Posted by: Georges Druwe and family (brother to Roger Druwe) on: Aug 15, 2020
My sincere sympathies to you Joanne & Marcel. - Posted by: Lorraine Tetrault (friend ) on: Aug 15, 2020
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