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MILO LENOIR BESTLAND
Born: Apr 16, 1932
Date of Passing: Jun 06, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
MILO LENOIR BESTLAND
April 16, 1932 - June 6, 2021
Milo was predeceased by his parents, Martha and Elmer Bestland, and his brothers, Sinclair and Harlan Bestland.
Milo grew up in a large family in Brunkild, Manitoba. He will be missed by his siblings, Corliss Rosenberg (Jerry) and Fay Bestland, sister-in-law, Sharon Bestland, Cordell Bestland (Beverly), Beverly Bossuyt (John), Raymond Bestland, David Bestland (Cindy), Myrna Thompson (Murray) and Mark Bestland (Amie).
Uncle Milo loved to tell stories. His unique laugh, strong opinions and impressive historical knowledge will be missed by numerous nieces and nephews.
Milo's family wishes to extend a heartfelt 'thank you' to the staff at Parkview Place. We are grateful for the dedicated and compassionate care he received in his final months. We wish to acknowledge the many challenges the staff faced due to the ever-changing Covid-19 regulations.
Milo will be laid to rest alongside his parents and brothers in Brunkild, Manitoba.
Bardal Funeral Home
843 Sherbrook Street, 204-774-7474
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jun 12, 2021
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
Dear Family: So sorry to hear that Milo had passed away. He was a very nice gentleman. When we moved to Cambridge Towers, Milo became a good friend to my husband Vladimir Adamov. They had great talks for hours and loved to discuss history. They were both great storytellers. Milo really loved his extended family and would talk with pride about the achievements of his relatives. Vladimir has also passed away. Thank you to Milo for his friendship with us at Cambridge Towers. May dear Milo rest in peace! Please accept my sincere sympathy in the loss of your dear Uncle Milo. With sincere sympathy, Carol Hryniuk-Adamov - Posted by: Carol Hryniuk-Adamov (Wife of Vladimir Adamov) on: Jun 13, 2021
In the 1950,s Milo swamped out a dugout for our cattle at their summer pasture. What a labour/timesaver that was for us! His name lived on in our family; even down to second and third generations! Rest easy, Milo. - Posted by: Mrs. J.L.Boote (customer) on: Jun 12, 2021
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