Winifred BROWN

Regina, Saskatchewan


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Sister Winifred
I feel blest and priveledged to have had you as a Teacher, Principal, role model, mentor and friend in my life. I shall cherish our candid conversations, your letters and our visits, especially the last one, July 2017. I'll fondly remember you as a compassionate, genuine, non judgemental woman with a great sense of humour. Thank you for continuing to pray for me and my family as you experience the Beatific Vision.

Oh Dear Wini....I thank God you were in my life when you were. I appreciated you as a straight shooter and a very passionate woman. Grateful for our cappachinos in Rome together...enjoy your banquet forever.

Dear Aunt Margaret,
The last of your generation and the matriarch of the Browns, you are Aunt Margaret to all of us left behind. I will always cherish our trip to California and staying with Nadine. I could not have toured Pasadena with a better companion. You will be fondly remembered by all those who knew you.
Love Sheilagh and Jim

Winifred, I will miss you especially when we gather in community. Your imput was always thoughtful and wise. As my teacher you were great- I never liked History but you changed that for me. Thanks again-good woman! Jacky

I am a Commissionaire at Santa Maria and Sister Winifred would always stop at my desk to chat and say hello. She was always so friendly to me and I truly enjoyed her company. I will miss you Winifred. Rest in peace. God is lucky to have you now.

Aunt Margaret we always believed that you would live forever and you will in our hearts. Throughout your life you touched the hearts andsouls of so many. I believe that heaven has gained another angle to watch over us. Rest In Peace you will missed

Our prayers .A woman who lived well.Rest in peace
Vince and Hilde Beckie, North Vancouver

Dear Aunt Margaret,

You were always so young at heart. Your love and importance of family will always be remembered. I will miss your letters and emails. May you rest in peace.
Your loving niece,

I fondly remember Sister Winifred from my time at Sacred Heart Academy in the late 60's. May she rest in peace.
Charlene Vanderberghe (Goodin)