Kelesnik, Cecilia Rose

Kelesnik –Peacefully, Cecilia Rose Kelesnik, formerly of Souris, Manitoba, passed away October 21, 2017 at Red River Valley Lodge, Morris, Manitoba at the age of 95.

Cecilia (Cec) was predeceased by her husband, Daniel, parents John and Sophie Urban, eleven siblings and several nieces and nephews.

Cec is survived by her son Fred(Sharon) and daughter Donna(Dean) Couvier.

Grandchildren; Lori and Jean Louis Desautels, Leah and Shane Lamotte, Jana Kelesnik-Winning and Steve Winning, Shelby Couvier and Marc Boulet and Jason and Erin Couvier, great grandchildren Connor, Taryn, Brody, Carson, Zea, Essen, Emma and Ethan, sister Stella Patterson of Brandon, and sisters in law Mary and Kay Urban as well as several nieces and nephews.

Graveside service will be held on July 7, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. at the Souris and Glenwood Cemetery, Souris, Manitoba.

In memory of Cecilia, donations may be made to a charity of your choice.

8 thoughts on “Kelesnik, Cecilia Rose”

  1. Our thoughts are with you Fred and Donna and all your family during this time of sadness. We have so many great memories of Cic. All our love to you.

  2. Our family grew so much with the marriage of Erin and Jason. We consider Cic to be part of our family and are fortunate to have her as a member. May all your memories of her help ease the pain you are feeling at this time. She will remain in our hearts and prayers.

  3. Sorry to hear of your Mom’s passing. She was a good lady who worked very hard. Sincere sympathy, Alice Hale

  4. My condolences to Fred, Donna and families. Cic will be greatly missed. I have lots of great memories of her.

  5. my condolences to Fred and Donna and families on the passing of your mother It has been years but she has left me with very pleasant memories

  6. Our deepest sympathy. No matter how old we are, when our mother passes away we remember all those wonderful growing-up years and miss her dearly. Our love & prayers.

  7. I’m sorry to just now learn of Cec’s passing. She was a spunky, happy, hardworking woman.
    I remember first meeting her when she served “hot lunch” at school, then getting to know her better when I worked at the drugstore . Cec always kept in touch with Mom and Dad – Ralph and Averill.
    She was a treasure.
    Love to your family from ours.

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