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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 Langs 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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www.ronaldmoffitmemorialservices.com.Arrangements entrusted to Ronald Moffit Memorial Services of Portage la Prairie.
2020-09-10 issue of the Brandon Sun