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Born: Sep 27, 1955
Date of Passing: Sep 04, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
September 27, 1955 - September 4, 2021
Born and raised in St. Vital, Kim was known as a kind and generous man, always fixing things and helping people throughout his life. He was an accomplished employee at Manitoba Hydro, working there for many years. But his greatest accomplishments were his wife, children and grandchildren. Kim is survived by his son Michael (Chantel); his daughters, Tyna and Jamie (Doug); as well as his favourite people - his grandchildren, Jory, Dante, Hailey, Avery, Nova, Talon, Ruby and Cruz. He also leaves behind his remaining siblings, as well aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends.
Kim really enjoyed visiting, joking, teasing his grandkids and working on cars with his friends. We would like to thank Concordia Palliative Care, Misericordia Hospital, his pharmacist Chris and all his doctors, nurses, and staff.
Celebration of his life is to follow with his family and close friends.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Sep 11, 2021
Condolences & Memories (9 entries)
Will miss you 'big Kim'. - Posted by: Kim Wenzoski (Cousin) on: Sep 14, 2021
Our sympathy goes out to the Morfoot Family. The staff at Ducharme's will greatly miss Kim. He was a very generous man, with lots of stories. He always talked about Bonnie and his kids and grandchildren. - Posted by: Sheila Peadson (friend) on: Sep 13, 2021
Very sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. He was a fantastic husband, father and grandfather. I have many fond childhood memories of Kim’s (and his siblings) summertime visits to our family farm. We played around the Old Post Office jumping off the roof…although we weren’t supposed to! Even then Kim was a young gentleman always making sure the girls were treated fairly. So saddened for your loss. Sheree and Al Meyer and family - Posted by: Sheree Meyer (Cousin) on: Sep 12, 2021
So sorry to hear that Kim has passed. My condolences to his family. Kim always made time to chat and say a few jokes. - Posted by: Edward Bella (old friend) on: Sep 11, 2021
So sorry to hear that Kim has passed away. My heart goes out to all his kids and grandkids and family. Bonnie was waiting for you. You are together again.❤️❤️ - Posted by: Jennifer Fryklund (Friend of Bonnie. Worked with her) on: Sep 11, 2021
I was so very sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. I really enjoyed working with him at Manitoba Hydro. He had a very kind and caring attitude and always seemed to bring a smile to your face with his giving spirit and his great sense of humour. Most sincere condolences to Kim’s family. I’m sure he will be sadly missed by all that knew him. - Posted by: Heather Gushulak (Hydro co-worker and friend) on: Sep 11, 2021
I was sorry to hear of the passing of Kim. It was a pleasure to work with Kim over the years at Manitoba Hydro and will be missed as a friend to me. May he be at peace in heaven with his best friend Bonnie. My deepest sympathy to the Morfoot family. Ernie Vosper (CoWorker) - Posted by: Ernie Vosper (CoWorker) on: Sep 11, 2021
My deepest sympathy to the Morfoot family. It was an honor to know Kim (and Bonnie), they were some of the kindest people I've ever known. - Posted by: Audrey Reimer (friend/neighbor) on: Sep 11, 2021
Having known Kim for over 15 years I can't say enough about his kindness. He was always a pleasure to be around and had the most wonderful stories to share. I will miss his voice, smile and the man that many of us learned to depend on over the years. He will be missed greatly. My condolences to the entire family. - Posted by: Paula (Friend/coworker) on: Sep 11, 2021
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