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Photo de John Stephen CARMICHEAL
Fiche créée le : 2007-06-27
Père : John Carmicheal
Mère : Elizabeth Stephen
Décès le : 2007-06-27
Parution : 2007-07-04
Conjoint(e) : Evelyn Hermiston
Paru dans : Fair Haven Funeral Home, Moncton, NB

John "Jack" Stephen Carmicheal , 1913 - June 27, 2007 Peacefully, at home, on June 27th, Jack passed away, three days before his 94th birthday. Jack will be lovingly remembered by his son Bruce and daughter Lynn Cooper (Ken). He will be missed by his grandchildren: Sandy Bellet, Tracy (Dan Mariotti), John (Brenda) Carmichael, Grant, Neal and Ross Cooper, as well as great grandchildren, Mason and Nolan Bellet, Jenna and Elle Mariotti, and Ayla Carmichael. He leaves to mourn his brother Alan (Ella) Carmichael, sister-in-law Kay Hermiston and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by wife Evelyn (Hermiston), his parents John and Elizabeth (Stephen), brother Bill, sister Marjorie (Gordon Leech), daughter-in-law Jenny (Carr), grandson-in-law Oliver Bellet, mother-in-law Mae Mitchell (Harry) and father-in law John, brothers-in-law Clayton (Winnie), Lorne (Bea) and Jack Hermiston. Jack was born and grew up in the west end of Winnipeg. He attended Principal Sparling and Daniel McIntyre schools and graduated from the University of Manitoba with a Diploma in Dairy Science. Jack served in the armed services (Air Force) from 1942-45. He lived his whole life in Winnipeg although he and Evelyn traveled, as well as spent the winter months in California and Texas after retirement. He worked for the City of Winnipeg for forty years and retired in 1983 as Director of Health Inspectors. Sports were Jack’s passion and he excelled in them all. He was a member of the St. Andrews Basketball "team of the decade" (‘40s), former University of Manitoba basketball coach(Grads)and longtime referee of the sport he loved and continued to follow. He was inducted into the Manitoba Basketball (1984) and Softball Halls of Fame (Globelights Team -2004). He was a Past President and Lifetime Member of Southwood Golf and Country Club and a Past President of Thistle Curling Club. The family wants to thank the many Home Care staff who ensured that Jack was able to maintain his independent life style over the last few years. The "guys" from his two Bridge Clubs, lunches and visits with his "ladies" and dinners with the infamous "FFer’s" provided a fun quality of life. Trips to visit his BC grandchildren and great grandchildren were a yearly highlight as were Bruce’s visits to Winnipeg, summer and fall each year. He was always there for his Cooper grandsons cheering them on in their school and sports activities and dispensing sage advice at our weekly Sunday dinners and at the lake, a special place he will eternally share with Evelyn. A memorial service will be held on Monday, July 9th at 2:00 pm at Thomson "In the Park". Should friends desire donations can be made to the Sunshine Fund, to assist children in having a camping experience, 302-960 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R3G 0R4 or online at THOMSON "IN THE PARK" FUNERAL HOME AND CEMETERY 1291 MCGILLIVRAY BLVD 925-1120 As Published in the Winnipeg Sun

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