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Irene Clark - June 25, 2005

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IRENE CLARK Regretfully after a lengthy battle with cancer, Irene Clark, aged 69 passed away at the Riverview Health Centre on Saturday, June 25, 2005. Irene is survived by her husband Norman; daughters, Karen Oviatt (Ed), Maria Lysack (Darrin); grandchildren, Gordon, Samantha, Justin, Andrew and Carter and great-granddaughter Aries. She was predeceased by her parents, Frederic and Hilda Bailey and her sister Freda. Before coming to Winnipeg in 1968 with her husband Norman and her daughters, Irene was employed by the G.P.O. in England. Irene was employed for 20 years with the Province of Manitoba, retiring in 1994. Following her retirement she volunteered her time at CancerCare Manitoba and Deer Lodge Centre. Irene was also a member of the Air Force Association, St. James Chapter No. 25 OES and was very active in starting the Red Hat Society (St. James Rhinestones). Irene took great interest in all her families activities especially her grandchildren. The family wish to thank Dr. Pat Harris and staff of Grace Cancer Care for all their efforts over the many years she was treated there. We would also like to thank the staff at Riverview Health Centre, Palliative Care Unit, Ward E3 for making her last days as comfortable as possible. In lieu of flowers, a memorial scholarship fund is to be established in her name through the Air Force Heritage Fund. Donations can be made to the office of Air Force Heritage and History, 1 Canadian Air Division H.Q., Winnipeg, MB, R3J 3Y5. A celebration of her life will be held Thursday, June 30 at 1:30 p.m., at Chapel of the Good Shepherd (17 Wing), 2235 Silver Ave., located just off of Whytewold Road. Irene will be laid to rest along side her mother at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens. Arrangements entrusted to: CHAPEL LAWN FUNERAL HOME CREMATION AND RECEPTION CENTRE 885-9715 Family and friends are invited to sign the Book of Condolence at

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on June 27, 2005