On behalf of the Parishioners of St. Paul the Apostle Roman Catholic Church, I would like to thank you for your generous donation to the 9th annual Mother's Day Tea. It was a great success and was a fabulous day!
Thank you again,
Mother's Day Tea Coordinator
Wayne passed away at St. Boniface General
Hospital on Sunday, June 29, 2014 at the age of 69 years after a lengthy and
courageous battle with cancer.
He passed in dignity and very peacefully
surrounded by his sisters Gayle Doerksen (Larry) and Marjorie Sutherland.
Wayne was such an inspiration and a rock to
all who knew him. He was so appreciative of the love and kindness shown by his
many friends and family. He, along with his wonderful sense of humour, will be
missed so very much by all of us.
At Wayne’s request no funeral service will be
held. A private graveside interment will take place at a later date.
Wojcik’s Funeral Chapel & Crematorium,
2157 Portage Avenue, 204-897-4665, is in care of arrangements.
It is with deep regret that we announce the
death of Joy Profit, on Thursday, June 26, 2014, Winnipeg, Manitoba at the age
of 62 years. She was always an old soul and was affectionately nicknamed “The
She will be forever remembered by siblings
Brenda (Bob) McCracken, Kris (Sherry) Profit; nieces and nephews Tricia (Dan)
Precourt, Heather (Clint) Unrau, Graham Profit, Brett Profit, and Lauren (Dan)
Profit. She will be greatly missed by
her life-long friend Lynn, and remembered always by aunts, uncles, cousins and
friends. Joy is predeceased by her partner in life, Josef Schnieder; as well as
mom and dad Kenneth Profit and Dorothy Profit; and stepfather Byron Benjamin.
The Old Girl will be mostly remembered for
her intelligence, thoughtfulness and organizational skills. In her younger
years she would organize the neighborhood kids, young and old, to dress up and
do whatever she thought fit. Joy was also known to bail her younger brother out
when he would neglect to study, all year, and need her assistance to prep for
his final exams.
Joy had many talents, some of which included
painting and music. She would often tickle the ivories with her well-manicured
One of her passions was to travel, so it was
a natural fit that she became a travel agent. Joy worked for numerous travel
agencies before she found a home and developed some valued friendships at Fehr
Joy was never one whom appreciated being the
center of attention. As such, the family has decided there will be no funeral
service. In lieu of flowers, please
donate to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba.
Wojcik’s Funeral Chapel & Crematorium, 2157
Portage Avenue, 204.897.4665, is in care of arrangements.