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PAUL BLAKE WINSLOW
Date of Passing: Feb 07, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
PAUL BLAKE WINSLOW
Left to cherish his memory is his wife Charlene Winslow.
Paul was predeceased by his parents, Marvin and Christine.
Paul was a member of the Beaver Ionic Masonic Lodge and Khartum Shrine Skooter unit. He was also in the Scottish Rite Royal Order of Scotland and was a member of the Red River Valley Railway Train Club. He worked for Ducks Unlimited for 34 years.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 13, 2021
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
So sorry to hear of Paul's passing. Our sincere condolences on your loss. Love Don & Vicki - Posted by: Don & Vicki Hornby (Charlene's Cousin) on: Feb 15, 2021
May Freedom, Harmony, and Love, Unite you in the grand Design, Beneath th' Omniscient Eye above, The glorious Architect Divine, That you may keep th' unerring line, Still rising by the plummet's law, Till Order bright completely shine, Shall be my pray'r when far awa. Your brothers of Beaver Ionic #25. Till we meet again. - Posted by: Beaver Ionic #23 (Brothers) on: Feb 15, 2021
So saddened to read of Paul's passing. I have so many happy memories of living next door to the Winslow's on Garfield St. They were wonderful neighbours. Paul had a great collection of 78's records of Spike Jones the very funny Musician and Paul, my brother Gary and I would have so many laughs "lip singing" to these recordings. Lots of memories of riding the miniature train that Paul's Dad built. It was a few years ago that I last spoke with Paul and the memory I carry of him is his smiling face and always laughing. Thinking of you Charlene and sending my sincere condolences.... RIP old friend! - Posted by: Joy French (Childhood friend....) on: Feb 14, 2021
I spent many fine hours with Paul while in the Khartum Skooter Unit and rode with him on many parades and circus events. Paul was with our curling rink for several years when we played in the NCO's Bonspiel in Kenora each year. Paul was a fine artist and was a man always smiling and full of good jokes. He was full if wit i.e. riding past a cemetery on a parade route in a small Manitoba town,Paul yelled out,Hey fellows we are passing the dead centre of town!! Charlene please accept my sincere sympathy for your loss and know are thoughts are with you at this trying time. Best wishes, Jack Reay and Elaine in Kelowna, B.C. Rest well old friend. - Posted by: Jack Reay (Friend and fellow Shriner and Khartum Temple Skooter rider.) on: Feb 13, 2021
Paul trained me in a degree! He was knowledgeable and patient. Always offering advice and correction when needed! He spoke kindly of his Father-in-Law and their many adventures. He was Good man! Ken Kowaluk - Posted by: Ken Kowaluk (Former lodge member) on: Feb 13, 2021
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