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Ethel Chura

Ethel Elsie Chura

October 7th, 1932 - February 9th, 2020
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Obituary

It is with great sorrow that we announce the passing of our loving mother Ethel Chura on February 9, 2020 at the Goodwin Lodge in Teulon, MB.
She was predeceased by her husband Leonard and parents William and Annie Przednowek.
Mom will be greatly missed by her children Sherry (Carl), Karen, Janice and Wayne (Kim); grandchildren Nancy (Peter), Sabrina (Donnie), Kyron, Danelle (Matt) and Laura; great-grandchildren Mhea, Avery, Connor, Willow, Pryia, Revan and Dyson; brother Richard (Tina); and, sister Eleanor.
Ethel was born and raised in Brokenhead, MB and later moved to Winnipeg, where she met and married Len. They raised their family there until 1966 when they bought a farm near Teulon, where mom lived until suffering a debilitating stroke in January 2016.
Mom loved gardening and could usually be found tending to her beautiful flower gardens. She also enjoyed cooking and baking; she was in her element when family or friends would visit, and she could cook up a storm.
After Len passed away, Mom enjoyed a bit of travelling, visiting Arizona, Montreal, Vancouver, the Grand Canyon and even an Alaskan cruise with her sister Ellen.
Mom had a great love for animals and will be especially missed by little “Bootsie.” Every morning she would fill the many bird feeders located outside her kitchen window and feed the various stray cats that found their way into her home and heart.
After Mom’s stroke, her daughters Karen and Janice lovingly cared for her at home for the next 2.5 years. Her son, Wayne, built a wheelchair ramp to give Mom access to the outdoors.
Thanks to the dedicated staff of Goodwin Lodge for the excellent care she received during her stay, and to our family and friends that visited during that time.
In accordance with Mom’s wishes, she will be cremated, with no formal service. A private family service will be held at a later date.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Winnipeg Humane Society or a charity of your choice.
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