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SHIRLEY JOAN ARSENAULT (published on July 12, 2008)

SHIRLEY JOAN ARSENAULT (Fedyck) 1940 - 2008 Shirley passed away unexpectedly on June 22, 2008 due to complications after her lengthy illness with diabetes. Shirley was predeceased by her brothers Robert and James, father Nicolas, stepfather Walter Galka, and mother Alice. She will remain forever in our hearts and loved by her husband Joe of 42 years, daughter Teri (Larry), sons Joseph and Robert, grand-children Danielle (Adam) and Robert (Maureen), and great grandchildren Kayla and Noah of Hastings, MN. Shirley is also survived by her two brothers, George and Richard, as well as many nieces and nephews. Shirley was born in Selkirk, Manitoba on September 27, 1940 and raised in Winnipeg. Shirley was very involved in the Christian Girls in Training during her teenage years at Sparling United Church. In December, 1967 she married the love of her life, Joe. The next few years Shirley worked at different jobs, her last two which she really enjoyed were The Bay downtown and then Sears Garden City. Shirley loved working with the public; she received many awards and bonuses for her sales numbers and her excellent customer service. Shirley was forced to stop working due to complications brought on by the diabetes; her final wish was to be cremated. Shirley loved reading, crocheting, cooking (especially over the holidays for the family), tending to her flowers and garden. She also enjoyed traveling, playing cards, going to bingo, bowling, and venturing to the casino once in awhile. A Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, July 23, 2008, at 10 a.m. at Cropo Funeral Chapel (586-8044) with a reception afterwards at the Royal Canadian Legion at 1748 Main St. Although Shirley loved flowers her request is to make a donation to the Canadian Diabetes Association. You're the elegant flowers that bloom, The brilliant stars in the night sky, The breeze we feel, the sunsets we see And the new day we greet now.

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