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ANN KISIL (published on September 07, 2011)

ANN KISIL Peacefully on September 5, 2011 Ann passed way at the Palliative Care Unit of the St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 94. She will be deeply missed by her husband (of 72 years) Peter, sons Jack (Lorraine), David (Myrna), grandchildren Susan and Gary Bell (Kristen, Talianna), Douglas and Kathy Kisil (Max, Sam, Jack), Janis and Graham Roxburgh (Kate, Alexander, Britton, Tayler), Paul and Michele Kisil (Lauren, Serah), Sandra and Justin Copp (Anabel, Charles, Molly), Stephen and Jaclynn Kisil (Kyla, Brady), Peter Kisil, and numerous nieces and nephews. Ann was born in Point Douglas on July 15, 1917, and was predeceased by her Mother, Barbara (Konowalchuk), her Father, Demetro Capp, sisters Mary Procillo, Olga Chornoboy, Nettie Capp, and Jenny Winter. In her youth, the Capp family moved to Elmwood where she attended River Elm and Lord Selkirk School. After completing hairdressing school she opened a hair salon on the corner of Bowman and Watt, in East Kildonan. Ann was a loving, devoted wife, a sensitive, caring and understanding mother, a wonderful Baba, and a great Baba Grande. Ann married Peter on September 30, 1939 and together enjoyed summers at the family cottage at Twin Beach, winter trips to Hawaii, Texas, Palm Springs, Mexico and Germany, later spending many winters at the family condo in Naples, Florida. Mom loved to play bingo and cards with her friends while residing at Holy Family Tower at 147 Aberdeen in the City of Winnipeg, and from time to time enjoyed her occasional trip to a casino. She cherished her association with the Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate. We wish to extend our appreciation to Dr. A Kraut and his medical team; the B3 and A4 nursing staff of HSC; and to Dr. T St. Godard and Palliative Care staff of St. Boniface Hospital. The family is grateful for the spiritual support of Archbishop M. Bzdel, Father Taras Kowch and the prayers of the Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate and friends of the family. Divine Liturgy will be celebrated 10:00 a.m. Friday, September 9, 2011 at Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Church, 505 Watt St. with Rev. Dr. M Kwiatkowski officiating. Pallbearers will be Ann's grandsons, Dr. Douglas Kisil, Dr. Paul Kisil, Stephen Kisil, Peter Kisil, Justin Copp, and Gary Bell, nephews Ronald Kisil and Glenn Kisil. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to Sister Servants of Mary Immaculate at 131 Aberdeen Avenue, or to the Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Catholic Church at 505 Watt Street. GOD BLESS YOU ANN MAY YOU REST IN PEACE VICHNAYA PAM'YAT CROPO FUNERAL CHAPEL 586-8044

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