Events in 2015:

October

  • Anna Thiessen (Redekop)

    A Life of Faith, Adventure, Courage, and Tenacity, Anna Thiessen 1916-2015 …………………………………………………… Anna was the 7th child and the 5th daughter born on April 20, 1916 to John and Katherine Redekop. They lived near Herbert, Saskatchewan. Anna lost her mother when she was 2 in the Spanish Flu epidemic. A short time later, John joined a number of other people from the area and moved to Mexico with his young family. Life was very hard ...

  • Carman Elementary's Sleeping Beauty

    Missoula Children's Theatre preformed Sleeping Beauty at Carman Collegiate Community Theatre stage October 23 & 24, 2015

  • Jerry Reginald Butler

    JERRY REGINALD BUTLER Jerry Reginald Butler, born October 14, 1944 in Carman, MB to Reginald Frank and Olive Mae Butler (Naughler), died tragically October 16, 2015 surrounded by his family. He leaves to mourn his wife Ann of 39 years, son Darren (Kristi), son Kevin (Jody), daughter Carmen (Brad), step-son Steven Blanco (Kathy), step-daughter Sandra VanDeynze (Marc); grandchildren, Melissa, Cole, Wyatt, Jacy, Dylan, Brittany, Justin and Austin. Siblings Don (Betty-Ann), Linda (Dale), Valerie (Gilles), Mona ...

  • Ivan Joseph LeBlanc

    Obituary: After a brief courageous battle with cancer, Ivan passed into Peace, his beloved wife Connie, at his side. Ivan was born in Carleton Sur Mer in the Gaspe, Quebec, son of Alexandre & Rose Alba LeBlanc. He leaves Connie his loving wife of 55 years and nine surviving brothers and sisters and their families scattered throughout Quebec and Ontario to mourn his passing. Ivan was predeceased by his eldest sister, two brothers-in-law and his ...

May

  • Robert "Rob" David Friesen

    On Friday, April 24, Rob passed away to his eternal rest. He was born April 29, 1975. He is survived by his loving parents Peter and Judy Friesen, two brothers and one niece, Wayne in Edmonton, and Jamie who lives in Carman with his daughter Ashley, as well and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. He was predeceased by his fraternal and maternal grandparents, two aunts and two uncles. Rob loved the work he was doing. ...

April

  • Come Together Serves Families

    Dale Warkentin, co-founder of Come Together with his family shares how using Come Together can benefit family members and close friends that can not attend a funeral or wedding. Costs are very reasonable.

  • Simple Message of Easter by Dale Warkentin

    Dale Warkentin co founder of Come Together shares the simple message of Easter. This simple message was taken at Greenwood Cemetery, Carman Manitoba, Canada. Message is 2 minutes. Enjoy.