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PATRICK MICHAEL KEMASH (published on March 07, 2009)

PATRICK MICHAEL KEMASH Age 48 years Dallas, Manitoba Into His eternal loving arms, we commit the spirit of our father, son, brother, uncle, brother-in-law, and close friend. Suddenly, on March 3, 2009, at home, close to his family, Patrick began his final journey. Predeceased by his father, Felix Kemash, sister Pamela Kemash, and leaving to mourn are his children whom he loved deeply, Samantha (Glen) Stevenson, Tamara, Michael, and Pamela Kemash, and special partner Arlene Traverse of Fisher River Cree Nation, Manitoba. Along with his mother, Margaret Kemash, siblings Brian (Sharon) Kemash, Darlene Kemash, Martin Kemash, Dennis Kemash, Douglas (Daphne) Kemash, Richard (Corrine) Kemash, Janice (Ralph) Sutherland, Gary (Ada) Kemash, Peggy (Bill) Kemash, uncles, aunts, nieces, nephews, and cousins. Patrick loved and often spoke fondly of his children. He had many close friends with whom he formed strong ties. Those that knew Patrick remember him as a committed friend with a great sense of humour. Patrick's greatest passion was gardening, which he loved and took great care spending countless hours tending and secretly competing against other siblings (Richard) for the best and biggest garden . Patrick was known for making home made hot-pickles which he jokingly referred to as Pickle Monsters , yearly making special batches for Samantha. Patrick always felt a great sense of accomplishment in giving without payment his garden produce to anyone who needed. Patrick was known for his high level of intelligence, and had many talents. Patrick loved to work with his hands, and worked for over 20 years in Winnipeg in the auto mechanical field. Auto electrical work was his specialty, and many persons sought out his expertise in this area. He was known to be able to fix almost anything. He later returned home to Dallas Red Rose and was employed by the community in public works. Patrick loved learning, always reading, and he also enjoyed challenging his mind with crossword and other puzzles. He was an eternal Toronto Maple Leaf fan since early childhood, like many others longed to see Toronto win the Stanley Cup. Patrick recently got a computer and loved sending messages and funny jokes to all his friends. He especially enjoyed playing Yahtzee on line, and with his competitive spirit often obtaining the highest scores, posting comments to others (Arlene) who played against him. Until we meet again, we love you. We will keep you in our hearts forever, and honour your memory always. Rest in peace. A celebration of Patrick's life will take place on Monday, March 9, 2009 at the Dallas Red Rose Community Hall at 2:00 p.m. The family would like to thank the Chief and Council of the Fisher River Cree Nation, and the Fisher Ambulance Service for their support. FISHER FUNERAL HOME INC. In care of arrangements. Fisher Branch, MB. (204) 372-6271 or 372-6803

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