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VICTORIA DAUBARAS (VICKI)
Born: Mar 29, 1931
Date of Passing: Jun 02, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
Born: March 29, 1931
Date of Passing: June 2, 2021
She was predeceased by her brother Alfred (Al) in 2005. Vicki grew up in Fort Whyte later moving to Winnipeg. Vicki graduated from Kelvin High School and then worked for many years with the CPR in the Investigations Department. She loved to spend summers at her cottage at West Hawk Lake surrounded by family and friends and she enjoyed square dancing. Vicki was very proud of her Lithuanian heritage and was an active member of the Lithuanian community.
After her retirement, Vicki volunteered at the St. Boniface Hospital Gift Shop and the Fort Whyte WildLife Centre and was a member of the Red River Seniors. Vicki also loved to travel around the world taking pictures and enjoying different cultures. She travelled to more than 70 countries during her lifetime.
Vicki is survived by her brother Henry Daubaras and his wife Peggy; sister-in-law Sally Slay (Smaizys); nephews, David Daubaras and his wife Susan, Darcy Daubaras and his wife Fiona, and Peter Daubaras and his wife Lynne; nieces, Lisa Saladin (Daubaras) and her husband Mike, Shauna Dahl (Daubaras) and her husband Arthur; grandnieces and nephews, Matthew (Cayla), Mark (Sarah), Julia, Mollie, Claire, Madison, Teagan, Paeyton, Andrew, Ben and Alex; great-great-niece Eleanor; and godsons, Rennie Balcuinas and Peter Frigo.
The family wishes to thank the staff of Vista Park Lodge for their care and support and extend a special thank you to Cindy Saladin, and Irene and John Frigo for all they did to help Vicki during this last year.
A memorial service will be planned at a future date when travel restrictions are lifted and family asks that in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: Fort Whyte Alive, 1961 McCreary Rd., Winnipeg, MB R3P-2K9, https://www.fortwhyte.org/.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jun 05, 2021
Condolences & Memories (1 entries)
Aunty Vicky we will miss you so much. Thank-you for all that you have done for me and my family. You gave us so many great memories since I was a little boy visiting you at your home in St. Vital, and numerous, numerous summers at the cottage. You truly were such a great and caring friend to my parents and us. You were, our family, and we loved you so much as so. God has taken you home, forever rest in peace now. We love you Aunty Vicky and will miss you so much! God bless you always. - Posted by: Martin Frigo and Family (Family Friend) on: Jun 06, 2021
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