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Born: Jun 15, 1951

Date of Passing: Nov 04, 2021

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June 15, 1951 - November 4, 2021

It is with sadness that the Miniotas family announced the death of Romeo Miniotas
He was a beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather.
Those Romeo leaves behind to cherish his memories are loving wife Elisa; daughters, Joyce and Jordynn; granddaughter Ashley, and great-granddaughter Lili; sisters, Nicola and Diana; and big brother Victor.
He was preceded by his sister Birute and brother Jonas.
Romeo was born in Germany on June 15, 1951. The family moved to Canada in 1952.
Romeo worked in the business of Plumbing and Heating for 30 years.
He loves helping people and telling jokes, he enjoyed spending time with family and friends at his cabin.
Romeo went home to be with the Lord on November 4, 2021.
Funeral service will be at the New Anointing Christian fellowship, 1425 Manitoba Avenue on November 20, 2021. Viewing is at 10:00 a.m., service is at 10:30 a.m. Burial is at Holy Family Cemetery, 4355 Main Street, West St. Paul.

Rest In Peace Romeo

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 18, 2021

Condolences & Memories (3 entries)

  • So sad to hear of Romeo's passing. I know his family is missing him. I got to know him and his family in the past year. Always ready with a joke or funny story. Hugs to Elisa and jordynn. You will see him again, in paradise! - Posted by: Angel (Friend) on: Nov 24, 2021

  • Romeo was more than a friend to me and my family. He was always at church with Jordynn and find ways to give to the youth fellowship. I first got to know him better when he suggested that my son would love it at the cabin and he is welcome anytime. Not knowing what the experience would be like for my son I decided to go too. It was magical. We had a great time and the children had lots of fun. That weekend Romeo challenged my son Nathan to ride his bicycle without training wheels. Romeo took off the training wheels. Before the weekend was done my son was riding without training wheels. That was when Nathan fell in love with his bicycle. Since that time we have been like family. Nathan loves to go with Romeo and his family to the cabin. Romeo, Elisa and Jordynn were always happy to open their home to us and they were always welcome to our home. He was also very eager to help with any home maintenance needs we have at our house and he never took money for a job well done. He would always say “that’s ok, just call me anytime if you have a problem with so and so …” Romeo and his family are so kind and caring. He was very sociable, always telling stories and giving jokes. I really love that about him. He made every moment around him a teachable moment not without some jokes and funny stories. He was really a genuinely kind and caring person and his illness never interfered with how much love and kindness he shared. Rest In Peace Romeo. - Posted by: Alexander family (Friend ) on: Nov 20, 2021

  • I worked at Wolseley Mechanical and Romeo came into the showroom to visit us all the time. He was so much fun! Rest in Peace Romeo Cathy Gilmore - Posted by: Cathy Gilmore (work acquaintance) on: Nov 20, 2021

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