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DEAN FAVELL (published on August 06, 2009)

DEAN FAVELL On Tuesday, August 4, 2009, our Creator called another one of his angels home. Dean fought a long and courageous battle with his ongoing illness and pain, and was finally rewarded the peace he had longed for. Dean will be missed by his parents, Mervin and Agnes Favell; brother and best friend Marty Favell; sister Laurie Favell-Mowat (Jon Mowat), and especially by his son Ryan; daughter Tricia (Jared) and her baby Aidan, whom sadly Dean never had the chance to meet. He also leaves to mourn his nephews Devonne Favell-Mowat, and Stephan Favell (Dolly), and their children Emily, Sophia, Isabella and Stephan Jr., and his niece Stevie-Rae Mowat ( Ci Ci ). Joining the family in this loss are his closest auntie and uncles, Walter and Louise Wood, James and Bertha Mercer, and Catherine Hardisty (Courchene), and special cousins Angie, Peggy, and Shelly Wood, and Doug Mercer. His special friends included Vivian Mazur, and Pastor Ray Settee. He will be joined by his baby daughter Agnes whom he never forgot. Dean was born on September 24, 1961, in Pine Falls, Manitoba, and lived in Selkirk, MB. He completed his First Year Nursing Program, and went on to work to help many people in their ailments. Dean's love of helping others was always prevalent, and he worked very hard despite his suffering. His genuine happiness was always felt, and he had enjoyed teasing, and joking with everyone. Dean coached many youth in Selkirk in hockey, and baseball and his positive qualities as a coach always shone though. Later in life Dean's passion became fishing on the Selkirk dock, and worshipping his Saviour at the Aboriginal Redemption church. Dean carried a heavy cross, and now we will carry this for him. Prayers will be held on August 6 and 7 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the Aboriginal Redemption Church on Dufferin St. in Selkirk, MB, and his funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 8 at the Notre Dame Catholic Church, also in Selkirk. Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk in care of arrangements.

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