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In keeping with Lillian's wishes, cremation has taken place and no formal service will be held. The family kindly requests that friends and relatives take a few minutes to honour her memory by visiting her tribute page at EthicalDeathCare.com. Memories and stories published by those who knew her are available there.
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Simple Cremation & Life Celebrations
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Sep 11, 2021
Condolences & Memories (3 entries)
So very sad to hear of Lillian's passing. She will always be remembered with a smile on our faces because of her sense of humour at Poppers Deli. Lillian was always friendly and believed in giving excellent customer service. She enjoyed the camaraderie of Mary, Janine and Doreen. Much laughter was shared and flowed from the kitchen. If anyone wanted anything Lillian would provide the best customer service she could give with diplomacy and with a big smile. Her candor and easy laughter would keep the customers happy and her team laughing. Lillian was a great hard worker! It was unfortunate that she had to end her career quickly with the deli. She was missed by the customers in the Train station and her work team but kept in contact through phone calls and visits. Lillian often spoke of the Wilson Restaurant in Morris which she ran with her husband Ito where she provided "great food" and "full service". Lillian your wonderful smile and friendly ways will be missed by many, rest in peace. Our condolences to your children and families. - Posted by: Bruce McDowell and wife Eileen (Friend and Owner of Poppers Deli) on: Sep 24, 2021
Vivacious, humorous and fun to be with in a work enviorment. Lillian, I have and will continue to have wonderful memories of you. When I first met you at the deli, I knew this will be a crazy, hilarious friendship and tossed in for not so good measure, sadness. You had a good work ethic and I know you worked long tiring hours during your life. Rest in peace dear Lillian. I will never forget you. Doreen Champagne - Posted by: Doreen Champagne (Friend) on: Sep 18, 2021
I first met Lillian and her husband Yuk Ito through my parents in 1983. Lillian and Yuk were dear friends of my parents and Lillian became an integral part of my parents lives as they got older. Lillian's support, help and care was above and beyond anything I could imagine. I am forever grateful for her kindness. May you Rest In Peace Lillian. And condolences to the family. - Posted by: Debbie Colley (Friend) on: Sep 11, 2021
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