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Her family and friends will know that she lived a life full of love for those around her. They will also know that she was hardworking, selfless, stubborn and always available to those in need. She loved to tell the stories of the many, many moments full of laughter she shared with her friends and family over the years.
While we will miss her terribly and always, we are so proud and grateful to have been lucky enough to have Nola in our lives. We will remember her every day by continuing to share our cherished memories, favourite stories, and treasured "Nola-ism's" that we will always pass on to those in need of some words of wisdom. Most importantly, we will all continue to be the big, brave dogs that Nola taught us to be.
A celebration of Nola's life will be announced at a later date, when we are safely able to come together. In the meantime, Nola's family kindly requests that all of her friends and relatives take a few minutes to honour her memory by visiting her tribute page at EthicalDeathCare.com. Condolences, memories and stories, published by those who knew her, are available there.
We love you Nola, rest peacefully.
ETHICAL DEATH CARE
Simple Cremation & Life Celebrations
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 17, 2020
Condolences & Memories (3 entries)
Bob, I am so sorry to learn of Nola's passing. Such a terrible loss; I remember a positive and classy lady. Much sympathy to you and your family, from Enid & me. - Posted by: John Schwandt (Uncle) on: Oct 17, 2020
It was a very sad day, hearing that she has gone on her forever journey. She is now free of pain. She was always kind, polite and made others feel comfortable when talking with them. The get-togethers for old cadet friends will not be the same. She was a one of a kind lady. Thoughts, prayers and hugs go out to Bob and family. Kim Crosby (cadet group of friends) - Posted by: Kim Crosby (aquaintance) on: Oct 17, 2020
Bob and family. We were so sad to hear of Nola’s passing. We were reminiscing the many nites at your place after our baseball games, enjoying the “ refreshments”. The weekends at your cottage, Nola was always smiling and laughing, enjoying life. She truly was a beautiful person, and will be missed by all. Please accept our deepest condolences. Rolly and Suzie - Posted by: Rolly and Suzie Savoie (Friend ) on: Oct 17, 2020
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