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It is with great sadness that the children announce the sudden passing of their mother, Deborah Janice Milne in mid October 2022. She passed in her home in Winnipeg, Manitoba at the age of 72. She was the surviving spouse of her beloved husband Michael S. Milne of 45 years. She will truly be missed by her two sons, Trevor and wife Leigh Ann of Red Deer, Alberta and Michael and wife Belinda and children Clay and Chloe of Banff, Alberta and many family members and friends.
Deborah spent the majority of her work career in the Aviation industry as an Administrative/Sales Assistant. According to her wishes she will be cremated. A celebration of life will be held Saturday, November 19, 2022, at the Legion (1755 Portage Avenue) at 1:00 pm. Condolences may be sent to

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 12, 2022

Condolences & Memories (4 entries)

  • Glenn and I are so saddened to hear of Debbie's passing. We worked for many years in aviation companies close by. Debbie always had a big smile and warm welcome when either of us popped in and was never shy to offer her wonderful baking! When we married she bestowed a lovely hand-made crocheted gift and was quick to send a beautiful card when we lost our beloved son in 2020. She was genuine, gracious and kind and will be sorely missed. Our deepest condolences to Debbie's family and friends. Sheryl - Posted by: Sheryl Pfeiffer& Glenn Bruchanski (Friend) on: Nov 18, 2022

  • I have some very fond memories of Debbie and Mike. We met about 43 years ago and hit it off. The guys would hunt all the time while Debbie and I shopped for bargains. Many nights Debbie, Mike and the boys would come over and play cards till the wee hours the boys would watch tv then crash on the couch. Life is just way too short. Miss you Debbie my heart goes out to the boys and their families - Posted by: Jane Huntington (Friend of many years ) on: Nov 18, 2022

  • The loss of Debbie will be felt by many in Aviation. I had the privilege of working with Deb from 2006 until her retirement in 2015. She taught me about sales and customer service. Her personality & wit made it a pleasure to come to work. She shared her many talents - her love of baking, crochet projects which we received as Christmas gifts. We will miss you dear lady ♥️ Sincere sympathies to the boys and families - Posted by: Dorine & Romeo (Friends) on: Nov 18, 2022

  • Debbie was the predecessor of my position at Midwest Avionics. She left some big shoes to fill. I met Debbie through the small world of Aviation and I ended up in the chair she occupied for many years before me. She was Mama to all the employees there. She baked everyday and was genuinely happy to share with staff and visitors. After she retired she still came by on a regular basis for someone's birthday or a favorite pie for the boss or just for a special treat for everyone. She knew all our favorites. She would stay for a coffee and we became better acquaintanted and then became better friends. I visited with her at her home when time would allow. I wish time could have been more generous. I will miss our visits very much. And am deeply saddened by her passing. My sincere condolences to all who knew her. - Posted by: Stella (Friend) on: Nov 17, 2022

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