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PATRICIA ELLEN MCGUFFIN
Date of Passing: Nov 27, 2022Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
PATRICIA ELLEN MCGUFFIN
On Sunday, November 27, 2022, Patricia Ellen McGuffin, loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother passed away at St. Boniface Hospital at the age of 87.
She will be dearly missed by her three children, Deborah (Al) Stewart, Dennis (Gina) McGuffin, and Douglas (Vicki) McGuffin; five grandchildren, Denyse (Scott) Blanco, David (Char) Stewart, Andrew (Hannah) Stewart; Katelyn (Cyrus) Quinnell and Mackenzie (Daina) McGuffin; six great-grandchildren, Jocelyn, Lyssa, and Callum Blanco; Parker and Charlie Stewart; and Willow Stewart. Her memory will be cherished by her family, many neighbours and friends.
Patricia was predeceased by her husband, Melvin McGuffin; parents Maurice and Mollie Nagel; brother, Arthur Nagel and sister-in-law Henrietta Nagel.
Patricia worked for many years at Zellers. She loved making crafts of all kinds, especially Christmas ornaments that were given every year to all her family. She was very involved with the Eastern Star. Patricia was a long time Honorary Lifetime member of the Transit Wildlife Association and she spent many happy years in the Whiteshell area camping, fishing and enjoying outdoor activities. She took great pride in tending to her house plants and gardens in her yard. Nothing lit up her face more than catching a big mooneye, spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren and enjoying a good meal with family.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at Glen Eden Funeral Home, 4477 Main Street, West St. Paul, Manitoba at 2:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation or a charity of your choice.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Dec 03, 2022
Condolences & Memories (5 entries)
Sincere condolences to all of the McGuffin family. Aunt Pat was such a fabulous woman. Many happy memories of Aunt Pat & Uncle Mel coming out to the farm and of us visiting their house in the big city. Lots of laughter. Aunt Pat was always so creative with her crafts and always could remember great stories. She will forever have a special place in my memories! Leslie Anne. - Posted by: Leslie Anne (Niece) on: Jan 18, 2023
I first met Pat via telephone in January, 2021. It is hard to believe that I have only known her for two years. Her positive and kind personality has made me feel like I have known her for many years. She had the most pleasant greeting on the phone that I will always remember. She always spoke of her love for her children and grandchildren, and her love of being together with them in the Whiteshell. Pat had a sincere love for God and a strong belief in the Kingdom that we pray for at Mathew 6:10: “Let your Kingdom come. Let your will be done on earth as it is in heaven.” She trusted that it would be God’s Kingdom that brings peace and everlasting life on earth as God promised at Psalm 37: 10, 11 and 29. I am deeply sorry that I missed her Memorial service and send my deep condolences to her family. I will miss my weekly telephone calls with her studying the Bible together, but am very happy that we were able to get together in person before she was hospitalized. - Posted by: Betty-Lynn Hodgkinson (Friend) on: Dec 11, 2022
One of my first memory of my auntie Pat is from a camping trip in the Whiteshell. I was maybe 4 years old. She made blueberry pancakes for my 3 older brothers and our cousins, on a camp stove in a kitchen tent. They were great and so was the company. Thank you for the good times. Auntie Pat - Posted by: Rick Nagel (nephew) on: Dec 04, 2022
Sometimes there are no words…only thoughts from the heart. Please know how very sorry we are. Bill, Leah, Megan and Danny - Posted by: William and Leah Collins (Brother of daughter in law) on: Dec 03, 2022
Our deepest condolences to the McGuffin family and all of Pat's loved ones. Pat was a lovely person and will sadly be missed by many. R.I.P. Sincerely Trudee and Ed. (Jackson-bauer, cousins) - Posted by: trudee & Ed (cousin) on: Dec 03, 2022
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