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Date of Passing: Jan 04, 2022

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It is with great sadness that we announce passing of Clifford Cornelius Abraham on January 4, 2022 at the age of 82 years.
Clifford leaves to mourn his wife of 53 years, Mildred, his sister Harriet Prince and sister-in-law Bella Malo; his children, Roxanne, Cindie, Rance Sr. (Shawna) and Shannon; his grandchildren, Trevor (Lindsay), Patrick, Clifford "Yoda", Taryn (Chantel), Damon, Kirsten (Charlie), Zoltan (Leeandra), Rance Jr., Taya, Ross, Haiden, Peyton "Boo", Nikki, Gage and Aaliyah; great-grandchildren, Brenda Lee, Tristen, Victoria, Phoenix, Koda, Ronan, Evander, Romeo, Gia, Hastie, Joseph, Grayson and Charlie Jr., numerous nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. He was predeceased by his parents, John and Edith Abraham, his brother Russell Abraham; his sisters, Cecilia and Hazel "Cookie"; his children, Brenda and Dallas; and his granddaughters, Tori Michele and Crystal Guimond.
Wake service is being held at the Christ Church Anglican Hall, Sagkeeng First Nation, MB from January 6 to January 8, 2022; funeral service will follow in the church on Saturday, January 8, 2022 at 2:00 p.m. with final viewing at 1:00 p.m. Interment in the church cemetery. Please follow all covid restrictions.

Condolences may be sent to the family
c/o Spirit Road Funeral Services Inc.,
PO Box 200, Fort Alexander, MB, R0E 0P0,
204-340-6490 or friends may leave a
message of sympathy at

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jan 07, 2022

Condolences & Memories (2 entries)

  • Uncle Clifford was my uncle. Harriet is my Mom. My first recollections of him was a handsome man always dressed in black. He and Mildred were always together. I remember me and my sister visited Manitoba one winter and he drove us around. We went on the lake when it was ice covered. He got a kick out of how scared and cold we were. (Transplanted Vancouverites) Then he drove us to see the millionaire’s house. He drove right into their driveway and up to their door to show us the statues. A security type guy drove up and told us to get out of there and my uncle kept saying, “I wanted to show them. they’re from Vancouver!” He was always telling everyone we saw that we were from Vancouver. I used to like getting their Christmas and New Years calls. I know he’s seeing his Mom and Dad now, both beautiful people, too. He loved his family so much. I’m sending love to my aunt Millie, my cousin Cindie, and all my extended family. - Posted by: Brenda Prince (Neice ) on: Jan 08, 2022

  • Sending my sincere condolences to Mildred and her beautiful family. Going to miss seeing Clifford around, he was always a blessing to see because he always had something funny to share. One is when I saw him outside at Superstore, he was sitting in his vehicle and he called me over and this is what he says to me, "all women are looking so beautiful with their masks on", we had a good laugh, so I said to him, "so I guess that means the men too eh". We just laughed, that was first time I heard anybody say that about wearing masks. LOL. He was always sharing about him and his beautiful wife Mildred, he called her that all the time, beautiful. He loved telling jokes. He amazed me how long he was still driving. When I met Mildred one day a few weeks ago, she told me he wasn't feeling good, in lots of pain. I told her we will keep him in our prayers. We didn't know he was that sick. Going to miss seeing him around and his silly jokes. Much love and prayers to Mildred and family. - Posted by: Evelyn Letander (friend) on: Jan 07, 2022

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