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OBITUARIES


Edward (Ed) Paul Gardewine

On April 28, 2018, Edward Paul Gardewine of Winnipeg, Manitoba passed away peacefully. Ed was born on December 29, 1928 in Bruno, Saskatchewan, and was raised in The Pas and Flin Flon, Manitoba. In his life, Ed (along with his father Ralph and brother Cecil) made many significant contributions to the building of Manitoba’s north through their ownership of Gardewine & Sons Trucking Company.

Ed married the love of his life Vada (Nicholls) in The Pas and they recently celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary. Predeceasing Ed were his son Paul, parents Ralph and Mary, brother Cecil (Laura), Sister Irene and brother-in-law Greg. He is survived by sister Phyllis, daughter Brenda (Wayne), grandson Dayne (Michelle), son Ralph (Irene), grandchildren, Erik (Jacki) and Breanne, daughter Cheryl (Fabio) and granddaughter Andree, daughter-in-law Arlene (Ken), granddaughters, Ashley (Steve) and Lindsey (DJ), and great-granddaughter Hailey and grandson Ryan.

A service was held on May 3 at St. Anthony of Padua Roman Catholic Church in Winnipeg. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation.

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Gerald (Jerry) Ross Arnold
On May 11, Gerald (Jerry) Ross Arnold passed away peacefully at the age of 90. Predeceasing Jerry was his wife of 65 years, Verna, as well as his brother Frank Arnold. He will be missed dearly by his family: Ross (Susan), Gerald (Karen) and daughter Sandra (Pat); grandchildren, Ginger (Mike), Travis (Liana), Alyssa, Steven, Dylan, Mindy, Kaela (Matt) and Nicole; great-grandchildren, Lily and Tony. He also leaves behind sister-in-law Lois Swistun.

Jerry grew up in Hazelridge and later moved to Oakbank where he and his brother Frank founded Arnold Bros. Transport. He had a passion for inventing and building things, especially if they had a motor. Flying was another one of his passions, which took him and his family all over North America. In later years, Jerry and Verna purchased an island in Kenora where the family spent many wonderful years. Throughout Jerry’s life and travels, he made many friends

A celebration of his life was held on May 22. Donations in Gerald’s memory are to be sent to Oakbank United Church, Box 148, R0E 1J0 or Special Olympics Alpine Skiing, 304-145 Pacific Ave, R3B 2Z6, c/o Dylan Arnold.

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Paul Joseph Maley
Paul Maley passed away on May 17 at the age of 83. Mourning Paul are his wife Loretta, son Grant (grandsons Graham and Adam), and daughter Janet (Bruce). Predeceasing Paul were his parents William and Dora; brothers William, Allan, George, and Edgar; and sister Della.

Paul was born in Estevan (1934) where, in 1955, he joined Canadian Motorways Ltd. He worked in Estevan, Winnipeg, Vancouver and Toronto, eventually becoming president (1979-1985). From 1985 to 1991, Paul worked at Parkside Ford; and from 1991 until retirement, he worked at Kindersley Transport Ltd.

Active in the community, Paul held senior offices with the MTA and the CTA. He was also very involved with the Winnipeg Business Development Corporation (Chair), the Winnipeg Transportation Club (President), Allied Van Lines Ltd. (Director), Junior Achievement of Manitoba, and the Knights of Columbus.

A service was held on May 23 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Roman Catholic Church. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Heart & Stroke Foundation and the Lung Association.


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