Victoria Bouvier

Victoria Bouvier (Glowach)

May 26th, 1936 - June 30th, 2020
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May 26, 1936 – June 30, 2020
Vicky, our dear mum and nana, passed away suddenly in her own home at the age of 84
years. Vicky will be greatly missed by her daughter Cheryl (Jim Corbett), her
grandchildren Dominique and Erin (Aaron) Corbett, her sisters Olga Sirman, Anne
Burgess, Helen (George) Lawson, and brother Steve Glowach, and many nieces and
nephews. Vicky was predeceased by her husband Tony (Antoine) Bouvier, her son
Mark, and sisters Pauline Glowach and Stella Kazimir.
Vicky grew up in Okno and Arborg, and moved to Winnipeg, where she worked at the
Manitoba Clinic. She met the love of her life Tony at an Interlake barn dance, and they
married in 1958. In 1965, they moved to Teulon, where Tony partnered with his brother
and father to start a family business. When Tony passed away suddenly in 1967, Vicky
became a single mom and reentered the work force, first working many years at
Bouviers’, then later at Northern Goose, working hard to support her young family.
During this period, she also had major vision loss due to macular degeneration,
developing a significant visual impairment. She lost her son Mark suddenly and
tragically, at the age of 21. Despite this rocky path, she carried on with determination
and a fierce independence. Vicky flourished during her retirement, truly her golden
years. She loved travelling with friends to many seniors’ functions throughout the
region to dance the afternoon away to live music. She loved visits to Kenora to spend
time with her grandchildren, especially summers at the beach. Her church community
and friends were very important to her. She was actively involved with church
fundraising activities, making so many pies and perogies, until her health began to fail.
We are all so grateful to her church community and friends, to her Home Care supports,
to her Pharmacy team and all the other services that helped to support Vicky so that she
could continue to live independently on her own terms, in her own home, where she
most wanted to be.
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, a private service will be held. In lieu of flowers, donations
may be made in Vicky’s memory to St. John Vianney Church, Teulon (c/o Box 1159,
Stonewall, MB R0C 2Z0), or to the St. Boniface Hospital Foundation, Winnipeg.
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