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ANDERSON (née SHELFONTUK), Joan.

BARAN, Stephania (Stella).

BERG, Louis Alexander.

BRANDLE, Patrick.

BREZINSKI, Carl Stephen.

BROOKFIELD, George.

BURTON (HALL), Louisa Florence.

CARSON, James (Jim) Allan.

CHITTICK (née SANDISON / FORD), Geraldine Hazel.

COBB, Walter James.

COURCHAINE, Ron.

CURTIS, Reginald Gordon.

CURTO, Judy Rempel.

DESCHENES, Emile Albert.

DOOKS (née CONNON), Eleanor.

DUCHARME, Moise.

DUPRAS, Romeo.

ERICKSON, Bradley Wade.

ERYOU, Doug.

EVANS, Blaine.

GERBRANDT, Margaret.

GIBSON, Doreen.

GIESBRECHT, Margaret.

GIROUARD, Rene.

GLENN, Dr. Robert David.

GOLDBERG, Gwen.

GRIFFITHS, Susan.

GUNN, Lillian Annie (Nichols).

HAMBLETON, Saville Ford.

HARKINS, John Edwin.

HARRIS, Audrey.

HASTINGS (née FELLER), Margaret.

HONEYBORNE, Reginald George.

JANTZ, Annie.

JENKINS, Benson Hardy.

KEHLER, Joyce.

KIHN, Leopold.

KROEBER, Alfred Paul.

KROEKER, Gordon (Bruce).

KUCH, Margaret (Ruth).

KURYK, Amanda Marie.

LANGDON, David (Bud) George.

LEZAK, Sharon Louise.

LOEWEN, Henry.

LOWERY, Hugh Arthur.

LOZINSKI, William (Bill).

MARTIN, Rosalind Eleanor.

MARTINS, Antero Carreiro.

MCFARLANE, Joyce Edna.

MCMANUS, Raymond.

MCMASTER, Bill.

MOLDOWAN, Larry Verner.

MONDY, Robert Clarence.

MUELLER, Rick.

MUNOZ, Hector R.

OSTAFICHUK, Halina.

OWEN, Thomas (Tom).

PARSONS, Ed (Ted) Carl.

PENNER, Anne T.

PERSCHEL, Marion Joanna.

PERSON, Johanna Emilie Jolita.

PHILLIPS, Brenda.

PIHULAK (JONES), Gladys Lizzie.

PILOTTE (née AUBERTIN), Alice.

PORPS (née ERHARDT), Ursula.

PRAIRIE (née GREGOIRE), Cecile.

RAIRIE (TERWIN), Jean.

RAUSER, Emanuel.

RIESENBACH, Joseph (Joe).

RUSSELL (née DOWN), Evelyn Ruth.

SCHELL (CALVERT), Margaret Donalda.

SCHRITT, Rita Inge Hildegard.

SEITZ, Elmer Alexander.

SHOENUT, Patrick.

SINHA, Ranendra Nath.

SUTYLA, Danny Tim.

THOMPSON, Gordon George.

TOTTLE, Douglas Haig Clifford.

WALL, Harry B.

WEBER, Lewis Philip.

WRIGHT, Ernest James (Uncle Bud).

ZUBRACK (née HRYSAK), Elsie (Cornelia).

ZYLICH, Gerald Ramon.

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 4, 2013 A2

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