After a brief illness, Vivienne passed away at Action Marguerite St. Boniface, at the age of 94 years old.
She is survived by her children, Aurele (Patty), Solange (Gérald) Lapointe, Jacques (Heather), Luc (Jacqueline), Louis (Marie), daughter-in-law Murielle Dyck, 14 grand-children, 28 great grand-children, 2 great great grand-children, brothers Ernest, Maurice, sisters Sr. Imelda, Sr. Solange, numerous nieces, nephews and in-laws. Vivienne was predeceased by Roland and son René.
Vivienne aimait beaucoup recevoir sa famille et ses amis pour les servir un repas somptueux. Personne ne pouvait partir de chez-elle avec les mains vides. Elle aimait partager son pain, ses ‘’cinnamon buns’’, ses ‘’perogies’’, ses cannages, les nombreux couvre-lits, ou quelque chose qu’elle avait tricoté. C’était dans sa nature de tout partager!
If there was anything that Mom enjoyed was receiving family and friends for a meal. No one could leave without a care package. It was probably her homemade cinnamon buns, bread (which was delicious and she was known for), perogies, canned food, handmade quilt or various knitted articles. She loved giving away the fruits of her labour.
Funeral Mass will be held Wednesday, October 13, 11:00 am at the Ste. Agathe Roman Catholic Church.
Only fully vaccinated are permitted to attend.
The funeral will be made available to watch via a live feed. Further instructions will be provided shortly to be able to watch online.
The family wishes to thank the staff on 3 DE for the care given to her at Action Marguerite St. Boniface.
In lieu of flowers, please make a donation in her name to the Manitoba Brain Association (204-825 Sherbrook St, Winnipeg MB R3A 1M5, 204-975-3280, mbia.ca)