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Born: Jun 29, 1942

Date of Passing: May 05, 2020

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June 29, 1942 - April 5, 2020

Life is one big celebration of happy moments and memories.
A precious soul closed his eyes on April 5, 2020, at the age of 77, surrounded by his family. Murray lost his battle to cancer and peacefully passed away.
Murray is survived by his wife Lillian; children, Diane (Peter), Kevin (Amanda) and Leanne (Ross); grandchildren, Jordhan (Evan), Dylan, Deryk, Nicole (Gary), Zachary, Rachel, Marlee and Kelsey; great-grandchildren, Harley, Hayden, Dane and Theo, along with his siblings, nieces, nephews and cousins. He is also survived by his honorary family members, Dan Burdett, Darren Zeke and godson Chris Mark.
Murray was so proud of his family and all his students. He had a special place in his heart for each and every one of us. He was exceptionally proud of all their accomplishments in life, no matter how big or how small they were.
The love and respect that Murray had for the community only grew and keeps growing with his family.
While Murray held many titles in his life, he also had many other passions and hobbies. His biggest was being the cook for the Lundar 200 Club/Sportsplex Dinner for the last 20 years.
Murray was a well-known, respected and loved member of the community. The loss has been, and will be, felt by all and he will be greatly missed by many. Murray dedicated his life to bettering his community and this is a legacy that will not be forgotten. This is not a time to mourn, he would not want us all sad and crying as we talk about his life. Let's be glad we got to be a part of his life and he got to be part of ours. Let's be appreciative for all the time we had with him and remember how he played a role in your life.
The Halldorson family would like to extend a thank you to all the doctors, nurses and staff of the Buhler Cancer Centre at Victoria Hospital, the nurse practitioner, Palliative Care nurses, home care coordinators and workers, John and Karen Gray and to everyone for their phone calls, cards, messages, letters, food, flowers and donations made in Murray's memory to the Lundar Memorial Arena over the past year.

Arrangements by:
Ashern - Lundar

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Apr 03, 2021

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