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She will be deeply missed by Jacob, her husband of 64 plus years, children, Marilynne (Alan), Richard (Kathy), Darryl (Diane), and their families, as well as many siblings, nieces, nephews and friends.
Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba on August 13, 1937, Agnes was the sixth of nine children. She had a passion for gardening, hosting, making friends, and will be remembered for her great cooking, beautiful smile and contagious laugh. She was also an active volunteer for many church and community organizations, and truly made a difference in all areas she was involved with. Agnes was an amazing wife, mother, gramma, great-gramma and friend. She always had a story to share, was an active listener and had a deep sense of caring. She will be deeply missed.
The family would like to thank all those who've prayed for and supported us during this difficult time, along with the medical team at Riverview Medical Centre who provided exceptional care.
A Celebration of Life will be held on October 23, 2021 but due to new Covid restrictions, will only be open to double vaccinated immediate family.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to MCC Canada, 134 Plaza Drive, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3T 5K9; a volunteer organization she cared deeply for. If donating online, please go directly to mcccanada.ca
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Oct 16, 2021
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
Uncle Jake and Family, We are saddened to hear of Aunt Aggie’s passing. We were privileged to visit you in Winnipeg several times when our children were very small in the early 80’s. Aunt Aggie’s warm hospitality, contagious laugh and great cooking were so appreciated by our young family. May you be comforted as you recall so many precious memories of your wife, mother and gramma. You will see her again! - Posted by: Bonny and Gord Koehn (Nephew) on: Oct 29, 2021
Jake and family: Deeply saddened to hear of Agnes’ passing. My deepest sympathies. Agnes will be dearly missed but not forgotten. Love and prayers. - Posted by: Traci Reid (Friend ) on: Oct 16, 2021
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