OBITUARY

Anita Marie Albo

18 August , 19205 June , 2019

Peacefully on June 5, at the age of 98 and surrounded by the love of her family, Anita Albo made her journey to be united with her Saviour, Jesus Christ. She is joining her husband, Michael, son Bob, grandson Jason, son in laws John and Rodney. She will be lovingly missed by her children; daughter in law Val, Ted (Doris), Lorraine, Ron (Herta), Mike (Paulette), John (Susie), Joanne (Fern). Grandchildren, Derek, Lora, Kevin, Serena, Julia, Kristen, Lacey, Rebecca, Charlie, Adam, Shayna, Janine and Kelly. Great grandchildren, Brenden, April, Jackson, Pele, Sarafina, Khloe. She will also be missed by her sisters, Yvette and Grace. Mom was happiest surrounded by her loving family. She enjoyed 64 years of marriage to the love of her life, Michael. She was an active member of the Holy Cross Parish and later St Emile Parish. She spearheaded the founding of the Honduras Mission Circle. Mom touched many lives with her love, kindness, generosity and compassion. Her deep faith and love of Christ was her compass for how she lived her life.

A special thank you to the staff at Action Marguerite for the extraordinary care that was provided to our mom! She loved each and every one of you!

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: Honduras Mission Circle C/O 63 Hillcrest Ave Winnipeg, MB R2H 2J2 The funeral will take place on Thursday, June 13 at 1:00 PM at St Emile Church at 556 St Anne’s Rd.

Services

  • Funeral Mass Thursday, 13 June , 2019

Memories

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Louisa Lalonde

13 June 2019

Dear Auntie Anita she was so very sweet and to me always so very loving and caring. Visiting with her gave me such an uplift of joy that most of the time I did not want to leave. Her faith was her strength and so important to her, and ever more so was her love for her family, she would talk about each and everyone of her children with sparkles in her eyes!...in her short time at the nursing home, Auntie was truly a blessing for my Mom Gabrielle and yes they were in each other's arms the very first day! Auntie Anita was always full of hope and zeal, she made me thrive and gave me enthusiasm to be all I can be with my faith and me talents!...on two occasions when she saw me coming to her, she open her arms and joyously call out "Louisji" my father's nickname, I guess she so truly wanted to express her hope and love! Auntie had so much generosity and hospitality in her, she so enjoyed meeting and being with people, she loved baking and she gave to her church BIG TIME, especially to the Honduras Mission Circles!... and yes she challenged me beautifully so I do:
CHALLENGE YOU ALL TO GIVE IN LOVING MEMORY OF ANITA'S JOY OF GIVING! I can very well imagine her now rejoicing with her husband Uncle Mike and all her relatives, Angels and Saints at the table in the arms of "Her Father in Heaven" and yes in our hearts we join with you Auntie Anita in saying:
"Our Father who art in Heaven"

Thank-you Auntie I will never forget you in my heart, your beautiful smile and your little chuckles!
I Love You, YES I so much loved you Auntie Anita.
Louisa your Niece.

Anne-Marie Francis (Trudeau)

13 June 2019

My sincere condolences to the family. I have many great memories of your Mom. Always smiling ........always so happy! Just a truly wonderful lady!

Elaine Trudeau

13 June 2019

I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Your Mom was a really super lady. I have many fond memories of her - her singing, her yodelling, her chocolates!! When I would go to your house on Enfield - to meet you - Lorraine - for school - she was there- rushing around getting everyone going - always cheery. Such a nice lady!