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AGNES (ETTA) FETTERMAN (GRANGE)
Born: May 20, 1927
Date of Passing: Sep 20, 2021Offer Condolences or Memory Make a donation to CancerCare Manitoba Foundation
AGNES (ETTA) FETTERMAN
May 20, 1927 September 20, 2021
Agnes was predeceased by her beloved husband Bill; her sister Meta and her brothers, Billy and Jack.
She will be lovingly remembered by her daughter Nancy; her son-in-law Chris; her grandchild and her nieces and nephews.
Agnes was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland and moved to Canada with her friend Shelagh Miller in the 1950s. She was a modern working woman in the 50s and 60s, who enjoyed her job with CP Rail and spending time with her friends.
She met Bill Fetterman in the 60s and in 1969 they got married. She was a loving wife and mother and was involved in the local United Church, The WI (Women's Institute), and the Grosse Isle Community Club. She and Bill bowled and Agnes learned to skate and curl when she moved to Grosse Isle.
She enjoyed travelling and was a quick-witted person, who was more than willing to waste the time of phone scammers.
A private family service will be held to lay her to rest. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to CancerCare Manitoba.
MacKenzie Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Sep 25, 2021
Condolences & Memories (4 entries)
Condolences to Nancy and family from Jack and our side of the family. As we may have had differences, when we did have conversations they were rememberable. Your mom will be sadly missed. Jack Fetterman and Family - Posted by: Jack Fetterman (Nephew) on: Oct 01, 2021
I will truly miss my Dear friend Agnes. So many happy memories together first as single women on a great adventure to Canada, then as married neighbors. Agnes was always great company with many a humorous tale to tell. She will be very missed. - Posted by: Shelagh Miller and LeeGarfinkel (Friend) on: Sep 26, 2021
My sincere condolences to Nancy and family in the loss of your mother. I enjoyed her friendship over the years whether it was at church or community functions or at the curling rink. She had a great sense of humor. - Posted by: Lorraine Minaker (Friend) on: Sep 26, 2021
My sister and I loved spending time when Agnes was over visiting my mother. She knew all the scuttlebutt and had a great sense of humor. She also made amazing butter tarts and was great company. She will be greatly missed. - Posted by: Linda Miller (Friend of family) on: Sep 25, 2021
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