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Marrian Harper

Marrian Caroline Harper

Saturday, June 21st, 1930 - Saturday, April 17th, 2021
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Marrian Caroline (Farough) Harper, born June 21, 1930 in Bowsman, Manitoba, passed away peacefully in her sleep at her residence, Dinsdale Personal Care Home, on Saturday, April 17, 2021. Mom had a long battle with dementia but continued through that time with a strong will and feisty spirit. Left to mourn her passing are her husband Allen Harper; daughters Donna (Grant) Farley of Brandon, Diane (Alvin) Kroeker of Birch River, and Lorna (Brad) Coe of Hartney; son Mervin (Millie) Farough of Minnedosa; and step-daughters Alma Jean (Nelson) McDonald of Carberry, Bonny (Kelvin) Hampson of Starbuck and Cindy McDougall of Calgary. Marrian was predeceased by her first husband Raymond Farough and several other family members. Marrian’s grandchildren, great grandchildren, several nieces, nephews and friends are left with many fond memories of many a meal at her table. Grandma’s buns and dill pickles were the best! Mom’s faith has been a great comfort to her, and assurance of a heavenly inheritance. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the family invites you to view the Graveside Service remotely on Thursday, April 22 at 3:30 p.m. – a link will appear approximately 5 minutes prior to the service on Marrian’s memorial page at www.memorieschapel.com. Betty Petersen and Rosanne Covlin will officiate. Flowers are gratefully declined. Donations in memory of Marrian may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, Unit 4B, 457 – 9th Street, Brandon, MB R7A 1K2 or to a charity of one’s choice.
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    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 | 3:30pm
    When
    Thursday, April 22nd, 2021 3:30pm
    Location
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    BRANDON, MB

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Ruth Sinclair

Posted at 02:55pm
I have many special memories of Marrians kind hospitality and friendship. Sympathy to Allen and the family in your loss. With care Ruth Sinclair
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Shirley Stafford

Posted at 07:27pm
Shirley Stafford
With my sympathy and love to Allan and all my dear cousins. A whole life time of memories has come flooding back to me. Especially the many happy weekends spent on the farm and Aunty Marrian bringing in milk pails of peas to shell and going out to get a fresh chicken for supper. She always had something on the top of the fridge to knit or crochet while the meal cooked and she waited for Uncle Raymond to come in from the field. Grateful for the times we spent with her and Allan in Brandon and always so welcoming. She is the last of that generation in our family. She indeed was a special woman and had endured much in her last years so grateful for the comfort and reassurance that she has gone on to better things. She indeed made the best of the time that God gave her and has left a Godly influence on the earth and many good memories. Love, Shirley

Marni Hodgins

Posted at 06:18pm
Dear Allen, and all of Marrian's dear precious family! Please know how much you have all been in my heart's thought's since I learned of your beloved Marrian's passing. When I think of her,I think of her beautiful spirit of Gentleness and kindness! How I remember her sweet and soft smile that always connotated such Love and sincerity! Your hearts will be heavy these days,but with the heaviness there will be a thankfulness,I am sure, that her earthy struggles and pain are now put to rest! Such a sweet, sweet release for her to finally go to her eternal home!I know she will "Live On" in each of your hearts in and through all your most precious memories of her and all that she meant to each one of you! Our Most Sincerest and Caring Thoughts towards you all at this difficult time and in the days to come!!
Marni & Barrie
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Keith & Evelyn Walmsley

Posted at 05:19pm
Our condolences to you, Allan, and all the family. We well remember Marrian, even from the days growing up near Bowsman, and meals and nights in her home. Her constancy stands out to us and we know you will all miss her, but there are better things in store for her.
Keith and Evelyn Walmsley
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Elaine Bashforth

Posted at 04:26pm
My sympathy to all the family. I have good memories of this lovely lady. Union meeting in their home, delicious meals and visits. You have the comfort of knowing she has gone on to what she valued and lived for here.
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