Wesley Antonio

4 August , 193021 December , 2018

Forever Remembered

It is with great sadness the family announces the peaceful passing of Wesley Antonio, 88 years on December 21, 2018.

Wes is survived by his loving wife Helen, Children Garry (Michele), Angie (Phil), Glenn (Suzanne), Kathy (Mark), grandchildren Melissa, Taylor, Eric, Mark, Ellie, Alexander and many family and friends.

The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to St. Boniface Palliative care who provided Wes with compassionate care and dignity in his final days.

Donations in Wes' memory can be made to St Boniface Palliative Care.

At the family's request, a private family service will take place.


  • St. Boniface Palliative Care

Wesley Antonio

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Barb & Paul Perreault

31 December 2018

Angie and Phil,

Though words seem so inadequate, may this heartfelt message of sympathy bring you some comfort on this very difficult day.

Thinking of you with the deepest condolences at the loss of your father.

Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help.

Barb & Paul, Graham, Daren

Tracy Proutt

29 December 2018

Although I did not have the pleasure of meeting Mr. Antonio personally, we are fortunate to call his son, Glenn, a dear friend. He is kind, caring and loving. As the saying goes, “the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”. It’s clear Mr. Antonio had a great influence on him and raised him well.

The loss of a parent is a deep heartbreak, but we are grateful the family spent time together at the end, to send him in peace.

Our condolences to the whole family. May your precious memories carry you through.

Rest well 🙏🏻

Sincerely, Tracy, Shaun, Ryan and Kim Proutt

Veronica Milette

27 December 2018

8 years ago, Stephen and I were in Winnipeg for a cousin's wedding, and we stayed with Uncle Wes and Auntie Helen for about 4 days. We had the best time. Had a great visit. We got to attend Uncle Wes's 80th birthday party with lots of family. It was so wonderful to be in his company. He was always soft spoken, a gentle man and a true gentleman. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him and loved him. Rest in peace. ❤