Saturday, September 19th, 2020


PEARCE: Gladys Lillian, August 29, 1943-September 14, 2020. It is with great sadness that the family of Gladys Lillian Pearce announce her passing at St. Boniface Hospital, with her husband Allan at her side, on Monday, September 14, 2020. She was the oldest daughter to Raymond and Hilda Outhwaite and sister to Marilyn Peters, Beverly Roman and Brenda Bell. She is survived by her husband Allan of 57 years; her children Darren, Shannon (Curtis) Dowd and grandchildren Tatiana, Colin and Jalena; Rodney (Michelle), grandchildren Kyle and Kaitlin Gamble and great grandchild Trey. Viewing Friday, September 18 at 6:00 pm at Brockie Donovan. Private graveside service at Rosewood Cemetery, with livestream Celebration of life will occur at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke.
2020-09-18 issue of the Brandon Sun

HIEBERT: Lori Diane, age 57 years, beloved wife of Calvin; loving mother to Teresa (Shawn) Birmingham, Kim Hiebert (Nick Rawlings) and Sharie Hiebert; and treasured grandmother to Jazlynn, Bella and Norah, passed away on Monday, September 14, 2020 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. There will be a private family service. In a change to the previously announced service details, family and friends are now invited to attend a graveside service at the Sparling Cemetery, PR 468 (Justice Road) on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. Social distancing practices will be followed, please wear a mask. Donations in memory of Lori may be made to the Western Manitoba Cancer Centre, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB R7A 2B3. Complete obituary information will follow.
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2020-09-18 issue of the Brandon Sun

HIEBERT: Lori Diane, age 57 years, beloved wife of Calvin; loving mother to Teresa (Shawn) Birmingham, Kim Hiebert (Nick Rawlings) and Sharie Hiebert; and treasured grandmother to Jazlynn, Bella and Norah, passed away on Monday, September 14, 2020 at the Brandon Regional Health Centre. Due to the COVID-19 restrictions there will be a private family service. For those wanting to show support and respect to the Hiebert family, there will be a drive by motorcade held at Sparling Cemetery, PR 468 (Justice Road), please approach from the South, on Saturday, September 19, 2020 from 1:30 p.m.–2:30 p.m. You will have plenty of opportunity to visit from your vehicle with the family. Donations in memory of Lori may be made to the Western Manitoba Cancer Centre, 150 McTavish Avenue East, Brandon, MB R7A 2B3. Complete obituary information will follow.
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2020-09-17 issue of the Brandon Sun

SZORADI: Bernie Szoradi, beloved wife of husband Allan and sons Dean, Terry and Warren as well as their families, died September 13, 2020 at her residence in Deloraine, Manitoba, at the age of 73 years. In accordance with Bernie's wishes cremation has taken place and a private family graveside will be held at Del-Win Cemetery. Donations in memory of Bernie may be made to the Manitoba Lung Association, 825 Sherbrook St. Rm 204, Winnipeg, MB, R3A 1M5, the Legion Ladies Auxiliary Branch #83, Deloraine, Manitoba, R0M 0M0 or to a charity of one's choice.
Messages of condolences may be made online at www.wheatlandfs.comSmith Funeral Home 204-747-2088
2020-09-17 issue of the Brandon Sun

PEARCE: Gladys Pearce, beloved wife of Allan Pearce, loving mother to Rodney Pearce (Michelle), Shannon Dowd (Curtis), and Darren Pearce passed away peacefully at St. Boniface Hospital, Winnipeg, MB, on Monday, September 14, 2020 with her husband at her side. Complete obituary information to follow.
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2020-09-16 issue of the Brandon Sun

RICKARD: Donald Murray, May 8, 1955 – August 21, 2020. It is with great sadness that the family of Donald Murray Rickard announces his passing at Boissevain Health Centre, with his wife Debbie and family at his side, on Friday, August 21, 2020. Donnie was born on Mother’s Day, May 8, 1955 in Deloraine, Manitoba, the oldest son of Arthur and Louise Rickard and brother to Beverley, Tommy, and Kenny. Since he was born on Mother’s Day, he only gave his mom Mother’s Day gifts when it fell on his birthday, those gifts usually were roses and the number of flowers she received would be his age that year. The last year Mother’s Day fell on his birthday he gave her 61 red roses. He is survived by his wife and soul-mate Debbie of 31 years, step daughter Linda (Ernie) Fidder and grandchildren Ashley (Evan) and Ernie, his mother Louise and siblings Bev (Chris Wells), Tom (Lucy), Ken (Kim) and foster brother Dean Janz, nieces and nephews Chuck (Kim), Sarah, Shawn, Ashley (Matt), Josh (Katlyn), Andrew (Quinn) and Justin, great nieces and nephews Maverick, Sadie, Rain, Penny, Jayce and Lane. Don was predeceased by his father Art and step son Tom Gallmeyer. Don was raised on the original homestead of his great grandparents, George and Annie Rickard. He started his education at Bayview School and graduated from Deloraine Collegiate. His first employment was processing honey at Merkley’s Apiaries, from there he worked for Drings in Boissevain and in 1974 he went to Fort McMurray, Alberta at the age of 19. He went to work for Gable Brothers Construction and worked their until 1990. During the first 20 years he was in Fort McMurray he continued to participate in the family farm, coming home in the spring to plant crops and in the fall to take them off. The last few years he spent quite a lot of time on the farm running equipment, with his last endeavour a cattle operation with his brother Ken. Donnie was a hard-working man and started Rickard Excavation a logging and construction company in 1990 with one dozer. Over time he built his business and employed a multitude of people including several young men from the Deloraine area and some as far away as Newfoundland. At any given time, he would have between 60 and 150 employees. On March 17, 1989 Donnie met Debbie, who would be the woman he would spend the rest of his life with. He fit right into Debbie’s family and soon became her best friend and a wonderful stepfather to Linda and Tom and eventually Grampy to Ashley and Ernie. He graciously took on the role of Grampy and made sure he was there for his grandchildren in many ways, attending most every birthday, holiday, sporting event and milestone throughout their lives. He was their confidante and teacher – helping Ashley purchase her first truck and showing her the way to garden. He spent a great deal of time with Ernie bringing him to Manitoba for a couple of summers teaching him about farming, cattle, and various equipment. He loved sledding and made several trips to BC with the Gable family. He loved to travel and went to France with his graduating class. Donnie and Debbie traveled with his parents including a trip to England, Scotland and Wales and to Alaska, Ontario and through the northern states. As a couple they traveled to Fort Meyers, Florida, Crawford Bay, BC, Helendale and San Diego, Calif. and Yuma, Az. with Ernie, Linda, Ashley and young Ernie. Donnie and Debbie walked 800 kms across Spain and traveled extensively in Canada and the U.S. They went on several motorcycle trips with friends. Also including a European river cruise and 3 Country Music cruises. Donnie was also a Nascar fan and went to multiple tracks to watch the races. Donnie was the best Mother’s Day gift you could be given and was a great son, brother, husband, grandfather and friend. He will be sadly missed by both family and numerous friends. He had a generous and selfless heart and would help anyone, always there when you needed to talk or share a story. When Donnie was diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer, he took the news the same way he lived his life “It is what it is” now let’s try and fix it. Although he did everything he could, including traditional and non-traditional treatments he lost his uphill battle after 2 years of fighting. Public viewing was held Wednesday August 26, 2020 at Smith Funeral Home followed by a private interment at Del-Win Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Donnie may be made to Boissevain Health Centre Palliative Care, Box 899, Boissevain, Manitoba, R0K 0E0.
2020-09-12 issue of the Brandon Sun

LAUDER: Robert Gordon (Bob) Lauder. It is with a heavy heart that we announce the passing of our brother and uncle, Robert (Bob) Lauder on Sunday, September 6, 2020 at the Carberry Plains Health Centre at the age of 72 years. Bob was born May 29, 1948 in Souris, MB to Evelyn and Robert Lauder. He lived on the home farm all his life up until 2017 when mother went into the care home. He enjoyed the country life with many animals. Bob helped mother with the chickens and feeding other animals when they farmed. In the latter years he enjoyed his cats. He kept very good care of them and they always hung around him. In the time before mother went into the care home, he did a lot of care giving to her and did much around the house. They had a very close relationship. That was "her Bob". Everyone said he always had a smile to greet them and a wave when anybody came in the yard. He will be sadly missed in the community. Bob was predeceased by his father Robert in 1950, his mother Evelyn Kilfoyle in 2019, step father Roy Kilfoyle in 1999, sister Beatrice Kopecky in 2008, as well as his brothers-in-law Reg, Jerry and one niece Barbara. He leaves to mourn his sisters Doris Mashinter and Vera (Ian) Soroka; nieces Norma and Brittany, nephews David, Kyle and Brett and by four great nephews Chris, Aaron, Jonah and Sammy. A Private Family Graveside Service will be held on Friday, September 11, 2020 at the Sidney Cemetery with Heather Grobb officiating.
The service will be available to view online at later in the day. Friends may sign the memorial register book by or call 204-827-2480 and we will insert your name.Condolences may also be submitted by visiting the website.
Memorial donations can be made in Bob's memory to the Society for Manitobans with Disabilities, 825 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg, MB R3A 1M5 or to a charity of choice.
Jamieson's Funeral Services of Holland in care of arrangements. 204-526-2380.
2020-09-12 issue of the Brandon Sun

HOLM: David John Holm, May 11, 1949, Gimli, Manitoba-September 5, 2020, Trail, British Columbia, passed away unexpectedly. Predeceased by father Albert Holm; brother Victor Holm and is survived by mother Jeannette Holm; brother Leonard Holm; wife Lorri Holm of Nakusp, British Columbia; children Jeffery, Jeremy, Jennifer and Joel. Service will be at later date.
2020-09-12 issue of the Brandon Sun

CORRIGAL: Roland Earl “Bud” Corrigal passed away peacefully at Rideau Park Personal Care Home on Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at the age of 91 years. Bud was predeceased by his wife, Vi and daughter, Catheryn. He will be lovingly remembered by his son, Richard (Gisele); 4 grandchildren, Christine (Mark) Jones, Ryan (Jen), Tim (Tanis) Brown, Tiffany Brown; 8 great-grandchildren as well as his sister, June (Gary) Ross. A private family service will be held at Beaver Creek Cemetery at a later date. The family would like to express their appreciation to Rideau Park for the great care they provided to Bud.
2020-09-12 issue of the Brandon Sun

CLEAVER: Evelyn Elizabeth passed away peacefully at Fairview Home on Tuesday, August 25, 2020 at the age of 92 years. She is lovingly remembered by her daughter Cheryl (Raymond) Robson, son Keith (Kathy), grandchildren Jeff (Janique) Robson and Jodelle (Ryan) Semeniuk and great granddaughters Danica and Danelle Robson. Also surviving are her sister May Parkins, sister-in-law Jean Meadows and numerous nieces and nephews. Evelyn was predeceased by her husband Arthur, parents Cecil (Edith) Meadows, brothers Ward (Ethel) and Cecil Meadows, sister Marion (Bruce) Cleaver, brothers-in-law Francis Parkins, Robert (Margaret) Cleaver and Jim Cleaver, sister-in-law Mildred (Norman) Halls and father and mother-in-law Joseph (Mabel) Cleaver. Evelyn was born on January 24, 1928 in Brandon. She grew up on the family farm and attended school at Gourlay and Moore Park. Evelyn married Arthur “Art” Cleaver on October 20, 1948 and they farmed in the Moore Park area for 52 years. Besides crops, they had livestock and Mum often talked of milking the cows. Being a very hard worker, she was not afraid to help with whatever job needed done on the farm. Evelyn enjoyed freezing, making relishes and pickles from her vegetable garden, picking berries for canning, jams and jelly as well as making delicious bread, pies, cookies, and desserts. As a community minded lady, she was always willing to prepare food or help whenever needed for community events. She was a member of the Moore Park UCW as well as the Glanton North Group. Curling, community bonspiels, dancing, playing cards, games, bingo, and puzzles were favourite pastimes as many hours were spent with family and friends enjoying a game. Evelyn was very talented at sewing, knitting, crocheting and doing all crafts. Evelyn and Art were so happy to welcome their grandchildren to the family and for Evelyn, it was a time to knit sweaters, hats, mitts, blankets, etc. for them. She was a very generous person and enjoyed making socks for everyone at Christmas. She also donated many pairs of mitts, toques and scarves to the Christmas Cheer for several years. We will all treasure the special gifts that she made us and are so thankful that she always took the time to teach us her skills. Over the years Evelyn and Art took many trips to Victoria to visit family and shorter weekend trips to Mildred's. In 2000, they moved to an apartment in Brandon, still enjoying short trips, watching the blue jays and curling on tv, as well as coffee at Zeller's or the Towne Centre to meet and visit with friends. After Art's passing in 2008, Evelyn stayed in the apartment where she appreciated her time with her sister May and friends there. She still played bingo and usually had a puzzle going which everyone helped with. “Chicken Foot” Dominoes became a very popular game and we all remember our Mum, Grandma, Great Grandma at all family gatherings and have a game. Evelyn moved to Victoria Landing in July 2013 and then Fairview Personal Care Home in October 2017. Although her health continued to decline, she made new friends, enjoyed all activities at both places as well as spending holiday celebrations at Cheryl and Raymond's with the family. We are all so proud of Mum for her strength and determination in dealing with Dementia over the years and even though we will miss her, we are grateful that she can now rest in peace with Art at the Moore Park Cemetery. Due to Covid 19 Restrictions, a private family interment has taken place with Rev. Barbara Jardine officiating. Donations in memory of Evelyn may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba Unit 4B-457-9th Street, Brandon, Manitoba, R7A 1K2.
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2020-09-12 issue of the Brandon Sun

2020-09-12 issue of the Brandon Sun

TRAVIS: Shirley Jane Wright Travis, 92, passed away peacefully in her home in Aurora, CO on August 20, 2020. Shirley was born on March 23, 1928 in Summit, NJ to James Theodore Wright and Vauda Hoffman; raised by a paternal aunt and her husband (Alice and Harvey Spooner.) After graduating from Summit High School, she received an Associates of Business degree in Office Administration from Berkeley Secretarial School in East Orange, NJ and then a scholarship to Monticello College in Alton, IL where she graduated with an Associates of Arts degree in Journalism. She was married to Dean Hamilton Travis, Jr., a Marine, on August 26, 1950 in Summit, NJ until 1987. Over the course of many moves to Montana, New Jersey, North Dakota, and Idaho, they had five children, and while her primary focus was raising the best children possible, Shirley happily used her secretarial skills by being President of the Ladies’ Auxiliary of St. Anthony’s Community Hospital, the Chair of the Board of Directors for the Pocatello Regional Medical Center, and the Bookkeeper for the Holy Trinity Parish in Pocatello, ID. The family then ended up in Brandon, MB in 1965 where they made many lifetime friends, and where she was elected President of the Kinette Club (a charity organization.) It was back to Idaho (Pocatello) in 1972, where she worked as the manager of the Pocatello Golf and Country Club for two years, and then on to Salt Lake City, UT, where she was President Elect of the Newcomer’s Club and the Convention Packet Chairman for a Presbyterian National Conference. Boise, ID was next, and with her ever cheerful and optimistic personality, served as President of the Welcome Wagon Club of Boise for several years as well as being a Chairman for the Beaux Art Societe annual Christmas Festival. She also enjoyed being an Income Tax Processor for the Idaho State Tax Commission. She became especially close to her son’s in-laws and enjoyed taking care of her three grandchildren before and after school. In 2004 she moved to Aurora, CO to help her oldest daughter, a single mother, to raise her grandchild. The three of them had lots of adventures with Shirley not wanting to be left out of anything even remotely fun!! Constantly being teased by her children as being “overly dramatic”, she loved to exaggerate, with her favorite phrase when upset, being: “I won’t have it, (name). I just won’t have it!” She is survived by a younger brother, James Henry Wright, of Palatka, FL, a younger sister, Patty Wright Proto, of Somerdale, NJ, and half-sisters Dot Nelson of Franklin Park, NJ, and Norma Yetsko of Jamesburg, NJ. She is also survived by four of her five children, Candy Jane Travis Wright of Aurora, CO, Lauren Ann Travis McLean (husband, Neil) of Calgary, Alberta, Matt Hamilton Travis, Fall City, WA, and Clint Wright Travis (wife Darlene), of Eagle, ID. Her fifth and youngest child, Margo Sue Travis Greenman predeceased her in 2006. She was also very proud to say that she had eight grandchildren (Skye Benjamin, Travis and Bryce McLean, Miles and Meghan Travis, Sean Travis, Allison Dahl, and Ty Travis) and nine great-grandchildren. A “born mother” to all living things too fragile to protect themselves, she was a passionate animal lover, who would have gladly given up her life if it meant saving another living creature. Along with her own dogs, many an orphaned animal would make its way to her home. She could also be a “Mother Bear” though too... In the 50’s, before seatbelts, she used her arm to protect her kids from hitting the dashboard; she would rather have dislocated her arm rather than risk one of her children being injured. Her children never feared for bears while camping in Yellowstone either – any bear threatening them would have gotten beaten senseless with her cast iron pan! Her children will also remember her as a very accomplished chef who made UNBELIEVABLE casseroles by substituting any white ingredient for a white ingredient that happened to be missing... She was most famous though, for whipping together “vacation” sandwiches made of orange marmalade on hard stale bread on the tailgate of the family station wagon while desert sand was blowing on yet another layer! She loved a good laugh, and among her favorite activities were avid gardening, crafting, sewing, knitting, puzzling, reading, and decorating the house for holidays (especially for Christmas when every single nook and cranny was filled with Dickens villages or homemade decorations.) A graveside service and Celebration of Life will be held at a later time when family and friends will be able to all get together in Boise, ID. If so desired, in lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the New England Anti-Vivisection Society ( or to the Animal Legal Defense Fund ( The following was always on her refrigerator, and as she always seemed to be the happiest while in her garden, it seems fitting to her children that this notice end with:
“The kiss of the sun for pardon, The song of the birds for mirth, One is nearer God’s heartin a garden Than anywhere else on earth.”
A kinder soul God did not know, and we are proud to be your children, Mom. Remembering, treasuring, and loving you always, Candy, Lauren, Matt and Clint
2020-09-12 issue of the Brandon Sun

WANLESS: With family by her side, Olive Mary Wanless (nee Weedmark) of Wawanesa, MB passed away at the Wawanesa Personal Care Home on Wednesday, September 9, 2020 at the age of 93 years. Olive was born February 2, 1927, the fourth child to a family of eight of Alton and Eva Weedmark. She married Gregor Maxwell "Mac" Wanless on July 23, 1947 and raised one child Greg. Mac and Olive farmed in the Belmont area for a number of years and also operated the "Belmont Transfer", later taken on by their son Greg. In 1974, they moved to Wawanesa. After Mac passed away in 1982, Olive remained in Wawanesa and later on resided at the Wawanesa Personal Care Home until her passing. Olive loved to go to church and coffee in the morning with her friends. She enjoyed bingo and the odd trip to the casino. She loved her family and cherished her community and her many friends. Olive leaves to mourn her passing her son Greg Wanless of Brandon, MB, granddaughters Tracey (Danny) Kozak of Wawanesa, MB, and Loretta Wanless of Wawanesa, MB; four great grandchildren Brooke (Joe), Skylar, MacKenzie (Derrek) and Grayson and by two great great grandchildren Emery and Ryker. She is also survived by her brother Wes Weedmark of Belmont, MB, sister Helen (Bernie) Yaworski of Regina, SK, as well as numerous extended relatives and friends. Olive was predeceased by her husband Mac (1982), mother Eva Weedmark (nee Porter) (1952) and father Alton Weedmark (1968), sisters Clara Weedmark, Nettie Weedmark and twin Neta (Jim) Gordon, Florence (Lewis) McLean and Myrtle Weedmark. A Private Family Graveside Service will be held on Saturday, September 12, 2020 at the Hillside Cemetery with friend Dianne Hill to reflect on Olive's life. Friends that so desire, memorial donations can be made in Olive's memory to the Souris River Recreation Commission, c/o R.M. of Oakland Wawanesa, Box 28, Wawanesa MB, R0K 2G0. The service will be available to view online at later in the day.Friends may sign the memorial register book by emailing or call 204-526-2380 and we will insert your name.
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Jamieson's Funeral Services of Glenboro in care of arrangements.
2020-09-12 issue of the Brandon Sun

GRAYSTON: Idabel Lola Grayston passed away on August 30, 2020 in St. Martha’s Place, Banff Mineral Springs Hospital, Banff, AB, at the age of 92. Idabel was born in Moose Jaw, SK on November 6, 1927 to William King and Lola King (nee Grose). She finished high school in Newdale, MB, and attended Winnipeg Business College where she learned secretarial and administrative skills. Idabel studied piano as a young woman and was often the pianist at many worship services conducted by her father. She met her spouse John Grayston in Newdale, MB, and they were married August. 26, 1950. She shared her love and appreciation of music with her children, encouraging them to choose an instrument to learn. Idabel and John worked together to operate EB Chick Agency in Brandon, MB which they later purchased and operated as Grayston Hatchery at 1441 Pacific Ave. in Brandon until 1989. They were avid curlers in wintertime and enjoyed camping and our family cabin in the summers. Idabel moved to Banff in 2007, living with her daughter and at Cascade House. She was active in the Seniors Drop-In Center, and spoke with great enjoyment of her time and good friends there, visiting over tea. She was fond of reading and puzzles, often with a word puzzle book at hand or a large puzzle spread out on a card table. Idabel was predeceased by her siblings Harold and Mae who died in 1944 and 2016, respectively; and her spouse, John Grayston who died in 2006. Idabel is survived by her four children, Harold Norman Grayston (Marg Janick-Grayston) of Gorlitz, SK, Margaret Nora Alfred and Garry William Grayston (Gabriella) of Banff, AB, and Isobel Mae Gregoire (Al) of Edmonton, AB, along with her grandchildren Michael Alfred, and Rylan, Janicka and Nathan Grayston (Carla), great-grandchild Jim Grayston, nieces and nephews, Wynn Collier, Lew Collier, Mel Collier, Douglas Kruse, Duncan Kruse Rowan Shirkie and Linda Kulesha. She will be missed by us all. Idabel was taken care of by the staff of Banff Mineral Springs Hospital and St. Martha’s Place until her death. Our thanks is extended to the all the staff and Dr. D. Smiljic who oversaw her ongoing medical care. A special thanks to Linda Bowman and Regina Egbogah whose extra efforts made her last years enjoyable. Cremation has taken place and an interment of her ashes will occur at a later date In Newdale, MB. Flowers are gratefully declined. Donations may be made, in Idabel’s memory, to a charity of one’s choice if friends so desire.
Condolences for the family may be left at Bow River Funeral Service assisting the family.(403) 762-2159
2020-09-11 issue of the Brandon Sun

MUSGRAVE: Lang Musgrave, of McCreary, MB, passed away peacefully on August 27th, 2020, age 77, at the Neepawa Hospital. Lang was born on September 25th, 1942 at St. Rose du Lac, spending his life on the family farm operating a diverse business in agriculture including operating a purebred Angus herd for 47 years, seed cleaning, and chemicals. He is survived by his loving wife Lorraine of 55 years, and his greatest pleasures his children Shawna (Mark), Vincent (Trudie), Nichole (Greg), and seven grandchildren, Connor, Michael, Chandler, Gina, Liam, Axel, and Kittson, sister Joan (Al) Steingart, and foster sisters Eileen (Don) Colpits, and Pauline Burns.  Lang received his Diploma in Agriculture at the University of Manitoba in 1962. His services to the agricultural industry and his community include Past President of the Manitoba & Canadian Angus Association, Past President of the McCreary & District Chamber of Commerce, and the Rotary Club. He was the Vice-President and General Manager of Landel International Ltd, an international exporter of agricultural products. He was also the recipient of the Manitoba Conservation Districts Association Award. His most cherished award was the Certificate of Merit and Diploma presented to him by the Faculty of Agriculture, the University of Manitoba, and the School of Agriculture in recognition of his leadership in the improvement of crops and livestock, and service to the farming community. Lang and Lorraine spent many winters at Rockledge, Florida and Yuma, Arizona where they made many friends. Lang volunteered on the Golf Courses there and enjoyed his golfing and warm weather. In keeping with Lang’s wishes, cremation has taken place. Due to Covid-19, there will be no Memorial Service and a Private Family Gathering will take place at a later date. The Family of Lang wishes to thank all the caregivers at McCreary and the Neepawa Hospital, as well as Dr. Kelly Kryzaniuk for her compassionate care.
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Arrangements entrusted to Ronald Moffit Memorial Services of Portage la Prairie.
2020-09-10 issue of the Brandon Sun