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HILDA LOEPPKY (KEHLER)

Born: Mar 08, 1938

Date of Passing: Nov 26, 2020

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HILDA LOEPPKY
(nee KEHLER)
March 8, 1938 - November 26, 2020

Peacefully on Thursday, November 26, 2020, Hilda Loeppky, age 82 years of Winnipeg, MB passed away at the Simkin Centre, Winnipeg.
She is survived by her children Mandy (Harold) Klassen, Sandy (James) Wollf, Darren (Cathy) Loeppky, and Kevin (Simone) Loeppky, as well as by 10 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and two brothers. She was predeceased by her husband Wilbert, their son Kenton Mark, and by one sister.
A private family service was held with burial at the Altona Cemetery.

Dear Mom,
Thank you for your continued prayers for me as a child to teenage life to adulthood. Your prayers were always a safe guard for me. Thank you. The best thing you have given me are your dearest friends. This is your greatest inheritance to me. Your friends became my friends. There is no question of their love to you. Thank you for doing my hair. Thank you for the shopping days. Thank you for the coffee days. Thank you for sewing for me. Thank you for crocheting and knitting for me. Your perfection and creativity was amazing. Thank you for holding my hand. On a beautiful September afternoon we had beautiful conversation. You had so much energy you wanted to run. Mom - you are running. Keep on running. I see you hand in hand with Dad and Marky. Your love. Your concern. Your caring heart will be missed. I will miss you and love you forever.

Sandra Dawn Wollf (nee Loeppky)

Wiebe Funeral Home Altona
in care of arrangements
www.wiebefhaltona.com


Publish Date: Dec 3, 2020

HILDA LOEPPKY
(nee KEHLER)
March 8, 1938 - November 26, 2020

Peacefully on Thursday, November 26, 2020, Hilda Loeppky, age 82 years of Winnipeg, Manitoba passed away at the Simkin Centre, Winnipeg.
She is survived by her children Mandy (Harold) Klassen, Sandy (James) Wollf, Darren (Cathy) Loeppky, and Kevin (Simone) Loeppky, as well as by 10 grandchildren, three great-grandchildren, and two brothers. She was predeceased by her husband Wilbert, their son Kenton Mark, and by one sister.
A private family service was held with burial at the Altona Cemetery.

Dear Mom,
Thank you for your continued prayers for me as a child to teenage life to adulthood. Your prayers were always a safe guard for me. Thank you. The best thing you have given me are your dearest friends. This is your greatest inheritance to me. Your friends became my friends. There is no question of their love to you. Thank you for doing my hair. Thank you for the shopping days. Thank you for the coffee days. Thank you for sewing for me. Thank you for crocheting and knitting for me. Your perfection and creativity was amazing. Thank you for holding my hand. On a beautiful September afternoon we had beautiful conversation. You had so much energy you wanted to run. Mom - you are running. Keep on running. I see you hand in hand with Dad and Marky. Your love. Your concern. Your caring heart will be missed. I will miss you and love you forever.

Sandra Dawn Wollf (nee Loeppky)

Wiebe Funeral Home Altona
in care of arrangements
www.wiebefhaltona.com


Publish Date: Nov 28, 2020

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 28, 2020, Dec 03, 2020

Condolences & Memories (2 entries)

  • Sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Remembering my parents Howard and Sadie McDaniel having them over for coffee after evening service. She's enjoying the riches of heaven along with the many friends who have gone before. - Posted by: Faith Johnson (From kirkfield park Baptist church days. Mcdaniel family) on: Nov 29, 2020

  • Please accept my sincere sympathy on the passing of your mom. I have so many fond memories of Hilda and I sitting at McDonalds on a Saturday afternoon chatting and having lots of laughs. Every Sunday at church she would come over and we would have a chat and your Dad and my husband would chat about hockey. She is free from pain and suffering and is with her husband and her heavenly Father. Your loss is Heavens gain, but the Lord saw fit to take her home. Please know that we mourn with you and feel your pain. - Posted by: Kathy Murdock (friend) on: Nov 28, 2020

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