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PROUT: On February 12, 2021 Marilyn Anne Prout (Davidson), 78, was called by our Lord to join him in Heaven. She passed away peacefully at Riverview Health Centre in Winnipeg, MB. A private funeral service will be held in Winnipeg on Saturday, February 20 at 11:00 a.m. with Father Janus Officiating. A celebration of her life will be announced at a later date. The service will be recorded and available for viewing by contacting Tammy at firstname.lastname@example.org. Marilyn was born in Brandon, MB to Bill and Edith Davidson (nee: Richardson) on September 27, 1942. She graduated from Assiniboine Community College from the Early Childcare Educator program and went on to have a daycare in her family home. A number of years later she and her husband George went on to build and run a Bed and Breakfast, MillenniAnne Eden Garden in Clear Lake, MB, where they enjoyed hosting friends, family and many guests that became great friends. Marilyn is survived by her Husband George, Daughter Tammy (Gord), Son Michael, Granddaughters: Brittany, Caitlyn, and Phoenix; Niece Crystal, and Nephews Jimmy, Jay and Joey. She is preceded by her Father Bill Davidson, Mother Edith Hendricks (Richardson), Step Father Alvin (Sweed) Hendricks, Sister Catherine DeSchutter, and Brother Barry Davidson. Memorial donations can be made to Cancercare Manitoba Foundation online at cancercarefdn.mb.ca, email at email@example.com 204-787-4143. Her family wishes to extend their gratitude to Dr. Allan Kimelman and the WRHA Community Palliative Care team (Tamara and Gaètan) and the Riverview Health Centre.
As published in Brandon Sun on Feb 20, 2021
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Dear George and Family... I was saddened to read of Marilyn's passing. You folks were our first daycare for Ashley & Jody when we moved to Brandon from Baldur in 1988. I often think of you when passing near your house as I now live over that direction. Will always remember how kind Marilyn and you were to the girls. With Deepest Sympathy, Peggy Jamieson (Percival) - Posted by: Peggy Jamieson (Percival) (Friend) on: Feb 23, 2021
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