Carlisle, Phyllis Marion
It is with sadness we announce the passing of our beloved mother Phyllis Marion Carlisle on May 27, 2021, at the Souris Personal Care Home.
Phyllis was born Feb 23, 1939 to John and Jennet Sheane, in the farmhouse located in the RM of Archie, Willen MB. She was one of six siblings, three brothers and two sisters.
After attending Roselea School she moved to Souris as a teenager in 1955 to gain employment. There she met and married former husband Gerald Carlisle in 1957. They raised 4 children together.
After a brief move to Nipigon ON then spending some years in Thompson MB, they returned to Souris in 1977, where they opened and operated “Jerry’s Foodmart”.
Mom took great pride in always having a beautiful yard, always having it full of flowers. She enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and playing a game of cards with family. In her retirement years she enjoyed attending church and having coffee with her friends.
She is survived by her 4 children & 7 grandchildren: sons Delwin, Randy (Shannon, granddaughter Crystal), Robert (Tess, grandchildren Rebecca, Richelle & Zak) & daughter Lori (grandchildren Shane, Savanna & Paul) plus 6 great grandchildren.
She is survived by her sisters Evelyn Mitchell and Alice Inkster and numerous relatives.
Due to the Covid 19 restrictions a private graveside funeral service will be held at the Souris & Glenwood Cemetery. In memory of Phyllis, donations may be made to the Souris Personal Care Home.
15 thoughts on “Carlisle, Phyllis Marion”
Love you grandma , xoxo
We are sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed visiting with Phyllis whenever we happened to be together. She will be missed. Sincere sympathy from Ruth Mowat, Garry Reid and family.
My sincere condolences to Del, Randy, Rob, and Lori and their families on the loss of their Mother, Grandma & Great Grandma. She was proud of her family and spoke fondly of them.
Phyllis was a friendly and kind lady. I enjoyed our visits and she will be missed. R.I.P. Phyllis.
I was a friend of Phyllis back in the 1950s. We always had a good visit whenever I visited Souris.And then again when I moved back here. Haven’t had a visit the last couple years because of the pandemic. She was a special lady.Sympathy to her family and to her sisters especially Alice . May she Rest In Peace. Dorothy Brown.
Sorry to hear of your families loss. Fond memories of your mother from when I was a kid.
I am so sorry for your loss. To lose someone so dear to us at any time is difficult, but more so during this time. May the love and care of God and others and the precious memories of your Mom carry you through this time. Although we did not see each other a lot, I so appreciated your Mom’s kindness, sense of humour and laugh. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
My heartfelt condolences to your family at this sad time. You will all miss her dearly. Hold the memories of her in your hearts forever.
My Grams-Bear was a special lady.
I have her to thank for my love of singing. We’d spend a lot of time at her organ singing hymns and songs from her book of golden oldies. Her voice was really beautiful, like the singers from the old classic musicals.
Her home was always open to me. She’d feed me her staple foods: pizza buns and ants-on-a-log, and we’d play cards, or board games.
Grams-Bear loved telling me stories, and I loved hearing them. She talked about her life growing up on a farm, her siblings, her parents. She’d get out the photo album and show me photos of my dad, my aunt and uncles, my cousins, and me. You could tell she was proud of us. She saved any newspaper clippings that even breathed a word of any of us.
Grams-Bear really loved the church she went to, and she was a devoted Christian. I am incredibly grateful for her church and friends for giving her solace every Sunday. I’m sorry that you couldn’t say your goodbyes in person, but Dad (Randy) made sure to give her your messages of support and love.
I also just want to give my endless gratitude to everyone at the personal care home where she spent her final days. You took excellent care of someone who was incredibly special to her family. You also offered incredible support to my dad and aunt during this time. The elderly deserve dignity and compassion, which your staff offered her in spades.
Even though she is not here anymore, the memories she created in me will never leave.
Condolences to the family of Phyllis on the loss of your Mom.
Sincerely Doug & Helen
Randy,Shannon and family,
We were indeed sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. Moms are always hard to loose and their years slip by too quickly. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family at this difficult time.
Sincere sympathy to all of Phyllis’ family. Always enjoyed my visits when we ran into each other in Souris. Keep your special memories close to your heart.
Rest well, Grams-Bear. Thank you for everything.
Randy, Shannon, Crystal and family
Sending my deepest sympathies on the loss of your mom/grandma. I know that her loss will be felt by so many people and I hope that your many fond memories will help bring you peace. Thinking of all of you.
Was so sorry to hear of your dear mother and sister Phyliss has passed away. She will be missed by all her friends, she was a good friend and had a beautiful smile and a twinkle in her eyes! May she Rest In Peace now free of pain. She will be watching over all of you now from her New Home in Heaven
Hugs Mary Ann Carlisle
Del, Randy, Rob, Lori and families.
I am sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. Your store was just down the street from where I grew up and I have fond memories of being greeted by your always smiling Mom, she sold me a lot of candy. I hope your happy memories will carry you through this tough time. Thinking of you all.