AA larger smaller (nee CHERNICHAN) October 18, 1916 to June 1, 2007 It is using deepest sorrow which we announce the passing of our own dear Mother, Grandmother, GreatGrandmother?, and GreatGreatGrandmother?. She passed from us peacefully on Friday, June 1, 2007 on the Deer Lodge Nursing Care Home. Could be sadly missed by her children, Rose Koldon, Helen (Billy) Chambers, Phillip (Joyce) Nahuliak, Leona (Terry) Hancox and Delores Borsa; numerous grandchildren, greatgrandchildren, greatgreatgrandchildren, nieces and nephews; sisterinlaw Doreen Chernichan and her special sister Stella Mankewich. Survived by brotherinlaw, Joe Nahuliak. She was predeceased by her dear husband John, and soninlaw Rick Borsa; her parents, Prokip and Pareskeva; brothers, Metro (Polly), Bill (Anne), Pete; sisters, infant baby Nellie, Marie (Phil) Schwartz, Jenny (Monk), Magas, Katy (Peter) Fedorchuk, and Dora (Mike) Nahuliak; by her father and motherinlaw, Phillip and Marcella Nahuliak; brothers and sistersinlaw, Phil and Helen Stattin, Tony and Anne Nahuliak, Mamie Nahuliak, and Tony Mankewich. Mom was created on October 18, 1916 in Winnipeg. Within the time of six she moved, along with her parents, to Dallas, MB. She lived there until she was 19, then she left to check out Winnipeg to build her fortune. She came home to have a visit and our Dad came over and asked her to marry him. She agreed!!! They were married August 7, 1938 that is how her life in Red Rose started. She worked hard, in Red Rose, with Dad and raised five children. On February 16, 1982 Dad passed away. Mom continued to farm alone until she got ill from the fall of 2003. She moved around her daughter Delores and then she lived there for 4 years. In November of 2006 she went into Deer Lodge Care home, until her passing. Mom loved her cattle, chickens, garden and everything to use the old fashioned technique for farming. A day of efforts made her happy. Mom cannot drive but after Dad died she learned to be effective the Massey. She looked grave driving in her own A W toque, with your ex wife dog, Goldie, running beside. We always enjoy enjoying Mom's stories belonging to the middle ages times. Mom was a true pioneer. at the Sunny Valley Hall in Red Rose/Dallas, MB. Father Harry Chuckry officiating. Pallbearers are Gord Fries, Keith Farago, Darren Fenning, Brad Gayle, John Koldon, Anthony Mankewich, Jerry Koldon, Alfred Billingham, John Raposa, Bobby Chernichan, Jason Muth, Daniel Nahuliak, Anthony Raposa, and Ed Toker. Honorary Pallbearers are Dagmar Grauzed, Virginia Grabowski, Barbara Marcyniuk, Ruby Murdock, Caroline Murdock, Josephine Prystupa, Ada Kemach, Olive Toker, and Lena Murdock. Cross Bearer is Mike Grabowski; singer is Michael Grabowski; family spokesman Ed Toker (special friend). Fisher Funeral Home in very good care of arrangements, (204) 3726271 or (204) 3726803. cheap ralph lauren polo shirts for men http://wholesalepolosralphlauren.tumblr.com/

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