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Born: Aug 15, 1937
Date of Passing: Aug 14, 2020Offer Condolences or Memory Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation
August 15, 1937 to August 14, 2020
Anne, now reunited with the love of her life, husband Ed; she leaves behind daughters ,Cathy (Don), Cheri and Cindy; granddaughters, Ashly (Phil), Rachel and Jamee; great-granddaughters, Alexia-Rae and Makenna, as well as her brother, sisters and other extended family and friends.
Anne dedicated her life to her husband, daughters, granddaughters and great-granddaughters. She was passionate about gardening, cooking, baking, sewing, camping, her farm life and time with family and friends. Her caring nature was felt by everyone who knew her as she gave to so many. You will truly be missed by all.
An outdoor graveside celebration of Anne's life will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Thursday, August 20, 2020 at Glen Lawn Funeral Home, 455 Lagimodiere Blvd., Winnipeg, Manitoba. Masks are recommended. Lawn chairs suggested. Due to Covid-19 a reception will not be held.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made in memory of Anne to the CancerCare Manitoba Foundation, 1160-675 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3E 0V9.
Family and friends may sign a book of condolence at www.glenlawn.ca.
Glen Lawn Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Aug 18, 2020
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
This little lady and her husband always made our day! When my son was small and we walked from school she introduced him to her singing doggie! When they moved I missed our chats on the lawn and seeing her garden and her tomatoes. On Halloween she would dress up and put a costume on the dog. May you rest in peace - I know you missed your Eddie. It was my pleasure to have known you! - Posted by: Sheila Selluski (a neighbour from Hazelwood) on: Aug 20, 2020
Auntie Annie you were my moms closest sister in age and a huge part of my life. I’ll miss your smile, your laugh, you’re love for your family. The way you would race across the farm yard, so tiny yet so mighty. I’ll never forget how wonderful you were to my mom when my dad was sick. You never left her side. Always doing something for others. Your firmness, and sternness. The little woman with the big bite. All you aunts had a hand in raising us and it continued into aldult hood. I miss the afordichuk colony at the farm so much. But not as much as I’ll miss you - Posted by: Mary-Anne Clark (Niece) on: Aug 20, 2020
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