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CLARA MARGARET ANEECHIN (published on May 02, 2009)



CLARA MARGARET ANEECHIN (nee CAMPBELL) It is with deep regret that we announce the death of our dearest mother Clara Aneechin, who died peacefully in her sleep at Seven Oaks Hospital on April 29, 2009, at the age of 82 years. Mom is survived by her spouse Joseph Aneechin; brothers, Dave, Joe, and Harvey Campbell and sister Martha Obitz; children, Vivian Clarkson (Robert), Linda Chartrand (Glen), Bruce, David (Virgina), Garry (Jackie), Lydia, Floyd (Lucy) and Howard. Grandchildren, Reynold, Leo, Kelvin, Brent, Wayne, Ali and Debbie; Adrienne, Lil' Al, and Cynthia; Kevin, Sonia and Glen Jr.; David Jr., Kevin; Kenneth, Leon; Bruce Jr., Mercedes, Shaylene and Melanie; Cory, Sean; Jocelyn, Christy, Darlene and Brittany; step grandchildren, Elliott, Nadine, Candace, Jacqueline and Darcy and numerous great- grandchildren. She was predeceased by her parents Pat and Adeline Campbell; brother Frankie Campbell; son Leonard Bone; grandchildren, June Chartrand and Clint Bone; special person in her life Harvey Chartrand, who spent 28 years with her. Wake service at 7:00 p.m. Monday, May 4, 2009 at Wide World of Faith Church, 465 Alexander Ave., Winnipeg, MB officiated by Glen Chartrand and Marvin Lavallee. Funeral Service will be held at 12:00 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, 2009 at Wide World of Faith. Officiating Clergy Pastor Marvin Simmons. Place of interment to follow at Brookside Cemetery. Special thanks to all who were involved in making the family comfortable at this sad time, especially Dr. Finalyson and nurses of Seven Oaks Hospital, Dr. Chan and Dr. Wyatt Crossman of 101 Aikins. A special thanks to our sister- in-law Claudette for always being there. Special thanks to Mom's biggest babies Floyd (Pink Floyd) and David (Davidash) who were there for every need, but we were all loved equally. She was small but had a huge heart. The Revolving Door Mom's home was a safe haven for so many people and friends that have walked in the front door; whether it was for a cup of coffee, a visit, or just needed a little help or a good warm meal. Mom's door was open to everyone and anyone who needed help. No one was ever turned away. Aboriginal Funeral Chapel 204-586-7700 www.aboriginalfuneralchapel.com


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