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Born: May 04, 1931

Date of Passing: Jan 25, 2021

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May 4, 1931 - January 25, 2021

It is with profound sadness that we share the news that our sweet and very beloved Edward David Scrapneck passed away Monday, January 25, 2021 at Grace Hospital in Winnipeg, Manitoba.
Ed will lovingly and forever be remembered by his wife of almost 65 years, Vivian Lina (Froese) Scrapneck; his three sons, Dan (Nancy), David (Lorie), and James (Cathy); and his grandchildren, Jody (Shayne), Aaron (April), Chantel (Jason), Vanessa (Varick); and great-grandchildren, Alex and Ariel (Aaron and April) and Scarlett (Chantel and Jason). Ed is survived by many in-laws, nieces and nephews on both sides of the family.
Ed was predeceased by his parents, Demetrius and Mary Scrapneck; his brother Walter (Janet), and his daughter-in-law Cathy (Dan) Scrapneck.
Ed was always generous and supported many noble causes and charities throughout his lifetime, both financially and with countless volunteer hours.
Ed had a wonderful life and loved his family and friends. Ed was passionate about: travelling - camping as a family and flying around the world with Vi; bowling, Kiwanis - providing both time and financial assistance; Kildonan Tennis Club - where he served as Past President and a Builder; The Zoological Society, family, games - crib, bridge and many others; pets - cats, Misty Grey, Tipsy, Sheetah, Virgil, and his favourite cockatiel "Sinbad"; The Winnipeg Blue Bombers - Ed and Vivian had season tickets for 52 years; sales - Ed was only eight years old, when he became the number "1" salesman for "Liberty Papers", successful 36 year career in Pharmaceutical Sales with Burroughs Wellcome Inc.
In accordance with Ed's wishes, cremation has taken place. Due to current restrictions, no formal services will be held at this time; a Celebration of Life will take place at a later date when it becomes possible.

Bardal Funeral Home

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 06, 2021

Condolences & Memories (7 entries)

  • When I joined BW in 1969 Ed welcomed me and helped me in many ways. Rest In Peace my friend. - Posted by: Derrell Rodine (Friend) on: May 17, 2021

  • Dear Vi and Family. I was very sad to hear of Ed's passing. A warm, kind man and always a friend. I always enjoyed our visits through work at meetings and Ed's working times in Saskatoon. My deepest sympathy. Jim Ewen - Posted by: Jim Ewen (Friend) on: Mar 13, 2021

  • Our deepest condolences to Vi, Dan, David, James, and the entire Scrapneck family. I grew up next door to Ed and Vi, and the boys on Fleming Avenue, and one couldn't ask for a nicer neighbour. Ed would always greet me with a huge smile and big hello whenever I would see him. In later years, whenever I ran into Ed, it would be the same thing, a big smile and hello, and then we would catch up on how everyone was doing. The pride he had in his family always shone through, as the pride his family has for him for a life well-lived must shine through now. - Posted by: Neil and Carol Winter (Friend) on: Feb 18, 2021

  • Our sincere condolences to the entire Scrapneck family. - Posted by: David & Amanda Brown (Friends of Dave & Lorie Scrapneck ) on: Feb 14, 2021

  • Forever missed Very fond memories to look back on My sincere condolences to my extended families Sending my love, Lori Reichert Dover - Posted by: Lori ReichertDover (Neice) on: Feb 07, 2021

  • My sympathies to Vi and family. Ed was a gentleman and a valued member of our community. Thinking of you at this time. - Posted by: Karen Farn Matheson (friend) on: Feb 07, 2021

  • Dear Vi & family. So sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. He was a wonderful, caring man with a strong sense of loyalty & commitment to whatever he was involved in. His selfless contribution to Kiwanis & the community will always be remembered. - Posted by: Lorraine Kovachik (Friend) on: Feb 06, 2021

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