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Born: Jan 15, 1942

Date of Passing: Dec 07, 2020

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January 15, 1942 – December 7, 2020

It is with great sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved mother, Nana and friend, Linda Joan Muliyil. Mom passed peacefully December 7, 2020, in the Covid 19 ward at The Grace Hospital.
Mom is survived by her children John, Andrew (Teresa), Shirin, and Suzanne (Dave), grandchildren, Julie, Christopher, Harry and Oliver, brother, Jim (Jenny), sister, Sandra (Kevin) along with many more relatives and friends too numerous to list.
Mom was a truly kind, generous and loving person who always thought of others first. Her greatest joy was her children and most precious grandchildren who meant the world to her. Whatever she could do to bring joy to her family and anyone she met, she would. She especially loved knitting beautiful creations for family and many charitable organizations for babies and children. Her generosity was truly inspirational and everyone received all she could give of her time and love. She was very involved in her community, volunteering wherever she could and valued her time with friends of the Eastern Star. She was a very active person who walked daily, kept herself very busy, was an incredible baker and was also an avid reader. Her upbeat and light spirit brought us all so much happiness and wonderful memories to cherish.
Mom had a strong faith and set an example of how she felt all people should live in peace and harmony without judgement. A line from St. Francis prayer best describes Mom- To be understood as to understand and to be loved as to love with all my soul.
Mom would not want anyone to grieve for her as she is now home.
Thank you to the nurses and doctors at Grace Hospital with special thanks to Cindy W, social worker at Grace Hospital - you will always hold a special place in our hearts.
In keeping with COVID-19 health regulations private family mass will take place at Holy Rosary Roman Catholic Church, 510 River Ave. on Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. Rev. Father Sam Argenziano presiding.
A live streaming will be available through Holy Rosary Church Winnipeg.
Interment to follow in Glen Eden Memorial Gardens, 4477 Main Street, West St. Paul. MB.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in mom's name to the charity of one's choice

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 12, 2020

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • I worked with Linda at CIBC. When my son was born 34 yrs ago, she would bring me knitted outfits almost weekly. She had such a massive heart. I have always cherished my memories with her. Condolences to all her kids and grandchildren, she talked about them often. - Posted by: Penny (Old friend) on: Dec 15, 2021

  • Dear Jim And Sandy We just found out about Linda's passing...PLEASE send our condolences, to her Children and Grand children....I was speaking with my SIS, Julie Taylor this afternoon, when she referred the message to me. Linda, My Godmother, was a very giving lady, as she took the time to care for me, when my sister Kathy Pettipas, was in Colorado, with my Mother, Theresa. Kathy was the first Manitoban recipient of a Kidney transplant, from my Mom. I remember I was very young, and my Father Michael Ewachewski, worked at Winnipeg Cold Storage, on graveyards. So Linda took the time to be with me, and my sister, Julie Taylor...We now live in Courtenay,B.C. AGAIN my Deepest Condolences of hearing of her passing...She is now with your parents, in peace...I pray she went in peace... Love Dawn Bebington. - Posted by: Dawn Bebington (Cousin, My Godmother.) on: Jan 02, 2021

  • Linda: I was truly blessed to have had you as a friend. My memories are too many to list, however, a couple of my favourites are the various outings we shared, homemade baking delivered to my door (right out of the oven ) and you always reminding me to never be afraid of the unknown. Most of all, I’ve missed the sound of your voice, knowing that your next call won’t be coming. Linda, you may be gone but you’ll never be forgotten. Love Margaret - Posted by: Margaret M. (Friend) on: Jan 01, 2021

  • Forever may peace be with you Linda, thank you for reconnecting with me and sharing tons of memories both happy and sad! will always remember you. - Posted by: louise gamble (SISTER in law / friend) on: Dec 15, 2020

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