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Born: Dec 15, 1936
Date of Passing: Dec 27, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
Left to mourn are children, Ernie, and Barb (Gerald Guilbeault); grandkids, Andrew, Mathew, Amanda and Daniel.
He was predeceased by our mom Ethel in 2013.
Dad was born December 15, 1936 in the Netherlands and moved to Canada when he was 12 years old. Mom and Dad married
October 16, 1965. Dad worked for the City of Winnipeg for 22 years and on weekends he worked for Don Lawrence. He also started a greenhouse as a hobby which soon turned into a family business for 25 years. He also
enjoyed helping Ernie and Joyce Watts
farming and later Ernie combining. Dad
enjoyed camping and they went to Dauphin Country Fest for 10 years. Dad curled in
Balmoral for many years. Dad loved spending time with his grandkids, he was always proud of their accomplishments. He spent a lot of his spare time building Purple Martin Houses. After Mom's passing Dad moved to Cedar Lodge, where he made many friends playing cards and Bingo. Just recently Dad moved to Gateway Manor where he could
enjoy their delicious meals everyday. Every Saturday morning, he would go to Ernie's for coffee and every Sunday to Barb and Gerald's for pancakes and watch a movie, his favourite being Dennis the Menace.
Special thanks to the staff at Gateway and Seniors Resource. You always made him feel welcome. Thanks to Dr. Graham and Kim for Dad's care. Thank you to the EMS that
responded Sunday, your care and compassion was truly appreciated. Thank you to Ken Loehmer for his guidance. Also thank you to Shirley Williams for her kind words at the cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Manitoba.
Due to Covid 19, no service will be held.
Ken Loehmer Funeral Services
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 09, 2021
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
So saddened to hear of Herman's passing. We met him while visiting our friend Alice at Cedar Lodge and would enjoy a cup of coffee and laugh with him and some of the residents. Herman always had a smile and funny story to tell. Very dear man...condolences to his loving family and his friends. - Posted by: Jack and Jacki Stevenson (Friend) on: Jan 11, 2021
We send our deepest condolences to Barbara and Ernie in the passing of your Dad. Great memories of travelling back & forth with him in the 70's from Argyle to Winnipeg. It was always a pleasure to run into him in Stonewall, Teulon or Inwood. Always smiling and happy to see us. He will be forever missed. - Posted by: Georgina Jones (acquaintence) on: Jan 09, 2021
Ernie and Family, My sincere condolences for the passing of your Father. Thinking of you at this time of sorrow. Craig Ross - Posted by: Craig Ross (Friend ) on: Jan 09, 2021
My deepest condolences. Your dad and grandfather was a constant comedian. He was always joking with you all and keeping you on your toes. He had his own special spot at your dinner table and lives his pie and coffee. He loved you all very much and it showed at your gatherings. He will be missed. Hold on to all the great memories to comfort you. You are all in my thoughts and I’m sending you my love. - Posted by: Annette Reich (Sister in law ) on: Jan 09, 2021
So sorry to hear of Herman's passing. We will always remember his wonderful sense of humour and laughter, I spent many days while he worked with Dad listening to the laughter and joking around. Thinking of you all in this difficult time. - Posted by: Heather Jensen (Lawrence) (Family Friend) on: Jan 09, 2021
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