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PHYLLIS M. COOK (published on October 04, 2008)

PHYLLIS M. COOK (nee DAVIES) Surrounded by loving family, and the utmost in professional care, Phyllis M. Cook (nee Davies) passed into the presence of her Lord in the early morning of October 1, 2008 at East View Lodge in Neepawa, Manitoba. She was born August 27, 1920 in Cockshutt, Shropshire, England. She met her husband, William Jefferson Cook of Arden, Manitoba while he was stationed in England with the Royal Canadian Air Force during the Second World War. They were married at Redhill on October 16, 1943. Phyllis was predeceased by her parents, Edward and Harriet Davies, brother Archer, and her husband Bill. She is survived by her children: son Jeff and daughter-in-law Susan of Thompson; and daughter Terri and son-in-law Rev. Ed Mitchler of Winnipeg; her grandchildren: William and Rachel Cook (Thompson), Christopher Cook (Brandon), and Jill Mitchler (Langley, BC) and Brie Mitchler (Winnipeg and finace Matt Mitchell (Winnipeg). She will be missed by her sisters in England: Frances Goodchild, Eve Grainger, and Melrose Hawkins; Bill's remaining family Stan and Dorothy Cook of Selkirk; Harold and Eileen Cook of Kamloops, BC; Edith Black of Ottawa, ON; and many nieces and nephews in both England and Canada who will treasure their memories of Auntie Phyll . Her family is extremely grateful to the staff at EastView Lodge ( angels among us ), Dr. Ong, and Rev. Chad McCharles for their extraordinary care. Funeral service will be held at St. James Anglican Church, Neepawa at 2:00 p.m., Saturday October 4, 2008. Rev. C. McCharles officiating. Memorials in Phyllis' honor may be made to St. James Anglican Church, Neepawa. We are thankful to God for giving us this gracious lady as our Mother, Nana and example. Love you!.... Love you more!

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