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ANNE KAWECKI

Born: Feb 24, 1924

Date of Passing: Dec 07, 2020

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ANNE KAWECKI
February 24, 1924 - December 7, 2020

Peacefully at Park Manor Care Home, Mom passed away at the age of 96.
Left with loving memories of this always kind and generous woman are: sons, Gord (Lynn) and John (Priscilla); grandchildren, Sara, Phoebe, and Dominick, great-granddaughter Faith and great-great-grandson Isaiah; granddaughter Stephanie and great-grandchildren, Jaida, Savanna and Ryze; sister-in-law Agnes and numerous nieces and nephews.
Anyone who met Mom will remember her for her ever-present smile and positive attitude throughout her life.
Special thanks to Park Manor Staff for the wonderful compassionate care and kindness they provided.
Cremation has taken place and a private family interment will take place at a later date.

E.J. COUTU & CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
204-253-5086
ejcoutu.ca

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 12, 2020

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • I was blessed to have "Auntie Anne" as one of my "Earthly Angels", a dear and cherished friend. She was a "ray of sunshine" who enriched my life with joy and love. In spite of her various challenges, disappointments and hardships remained strong in spirit. She was blessed with the amazing ability to face adversity with strength, courage and dignity. Although, Auntie Anne had no control over her circumstances or the events in her life she accepted life as it unfolded, appreciating the simple and little pleasures such as cuddling her "Keeper" boy dog and her visits with our cats, Oreo and streak. Among her favorite expressions were the words "Wait" and " accept". Then later in conversations we included the words "embrace" and "endure." These four words have greatly impacted my life. I hold fond memories of our time spent together. I too, will wait with anticipation when we will be reunited in that glorious place called "Heaven." - Posted by: Mary Elizabeth Long (friend) on: Dec 13, 2020

  • My sincere sympathy for the loss of your dear mother. She was such an uplifting happy person, always looking on the bright side. Sharing your sadness, Loretta Hebert - Posted by: Loretta Hebert (Cousin) on: Dec 13, 2020

  • Aunty Anne was one of the kindest and gentlest person I have ever known. As kids growing up we looked forward to her summer barbecues and house parties. Wonderful memories of her fondness for her many cats which she gladly showed off as her fur babies. She loved to shop and her fashion sense and style made her so unique and admired. She always had a kind word and memorable family story to share. She now joins her loving husband Eddy and her sisters Helen, Vicky and her brothers Matt, Mike and Tony. She will be missed but not forgotten. - Posted by: Cathy Hrabi (Niece) on: Dec 12, 2020

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