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ALINA DELEAU HOSHOWSKY (published on July 25, 2009)



ALINA DELEAU HOSHOWSKY (nee MOSZKIEWICZ) Alina Deleau Hoshowsky died peacefully with her beloved Harold by her side at St. Boniface Hospital on July 20, 2009 after a lengthy battle with cancer. Born in Naklo, Poland on July 4, 1967, Alina emigrated to Canada with her parents and her identical twin sister, Irene, in 1979. Predeceased by her sister, Irene in July 2007, she had a profound connection to her identical twin sister as only twins understand and now they are together again. Alina is survived by her soulmate Harold Hoshowsky Jr., sons Justin and Branden Deleau, parents Janina and Ted Moszkiewicz, nieces Whitney, Christina, and Samantha Macapagal, nephew Michael Macapagal uncle Edek (Gina) Moszkiewicz and family, uncle Leon (Helen) Moszkiewicz and family, aunt Janina Wlodarchuk and family, numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins in Canada and Poland and many friends, including hugs and kisses from your Italian friend. Wherever you went with Alina, she always met someone she knew. Alina worked many years at the Health Sciences Centre after graduating from St. John's High School in Winnipeg. Later she worked as an administrative assistant at various offices until her illness. We will miss her sunny smile and twinkling blue eyes. Alina loved the colour red, her cell phone and making perogies. Her heart belonged to Harold Hoshowsky Jr. and her sons Justin and Branden. Alina appreciated all the care and kindness she received from her doctors, nurses and caregivers, especially Dr. Haiart and his staff at the Manitoba Clinic and for the last month, the wonderful nurses at St. Boniface Palliative Care Unit. In accordance with her wishes, a private graveside service and interment was held on Friday, July 24, 2009 at Thomson In the Park Cemetery, 1291 McGillivray Blvd, Winnipeg, MB Canada. For condolences, log on to www.mem.com Wieczny Odpoczynek Racz Dac Panie THOMSON IN THE PARK 925-1120 Send expressions of sympathy to www.mem.com


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