OBITUARY

Elizabeth Barbara Rogers

November 27, 1920November 4, 2018

It is with heavy hearts, but wonderful memories, that the family of Elizabeth Barbara Rogers (Ralph) announce her passing at almost 98 years old.

Elizabeth was born in Atwater, Saskatchewan on November 27, 1920 and entered Heaven’s gates on November 4th, 2018 to be with her pre-deceased lifetime love and husband Raymond Wilton Rogers.

Elizabeth lived a long and fulfilling life and will be lovingly remembered by her three children and their spouses, 8 grandchildren, and 12 great grandchildren, who she enjoyed many visits and laughter with.

Elizabeth moved from England as a child with her parents Gerald and Morwenna Ralph, and her siblings Muriel and Gerald where she grew up in the Clearwater area. She married in 1939 to Raymond with whom she had three children, Linda (Keown), Faye (Mitchell), and Raymond , where they settled in Cromer, MB after her husband Raymond returned from World War 2. Over the years, they lived in Elgin, Brandon, Winnipeg, and Killarney, and Elizabeth worked as a receptionist in a doctor’s office. Elizabeth was an avid curler and enjoyed watching curling and the Bombers football games. After her husbands passing, Elizabeth resided in Brandon for many years where she enjoyed numerous hours tending to her big beautiful garden and flowers.

Elizabeth was a very kind, caring and loving mother, grandmother, and great grandma, and will truly be missed.

Thank you to the staff at Victoria Landing, and most recently, River Ridge Retirement Residence in Winnipeg for their care of Elizabeth.

Private Services will be held for the family.

REMEMBERING

Elizabeth Barbara Rogers

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Geri & Brian Podskalny

November 14, 2018

Linda, Faye, Raymond & Families, please accept our sincere heartfelt sympathy. Our hearts are heavy for your loss. Aunt Betty was a lovely person & will be remembered by all of us.

On behalf of Viv, Geri, Don, Bob & families, please know that we care & share in your loss. May beautiful memories remain with you always.