Baby Child 03

Corbin Artimowich

May 25, 2020


Corbin Michael Artimowich 
February 13, 2020 - May 25, 2020

Corbin was born into a family of love. He immediately found his favourite spot on his Dad’s shoulder and his deep blue eyes and big laugh made his Mom’s world complete. No one was prouder or loves Corbin more than his big sister, Grace. She shook with excitement to meet her brother and spent her days tickling him, squishing his face, singing him Frozen songs, reading to him and holding his hand on quad rides to “keep him safe”. Corbin experienced a lot in his 3.5 months: going down the slide with Mom at the park, standing on Lake Winnipeg, going fast in sports cars with Dad, family dance parties, napping in Papa’s arms, building forts and having family camp outs on the living room floor. Corbin loved dancing with his Nana and always saved his biggest smiles for Auntie Jenna. Corbin even went trick or treating with his sister, celebrated Christmas, did an Easter Hunt with his Cousin and had a birthday party. He loved watching his dogs, Bingo and Bob and being his Grandparents’ Buckaroo. Corbin rode the snowmobile with Dad and loved going in the hot tub and for truck rides with his family. Every night Corbin went to bed surrounded by his family and he spent most nights sleeping forehead to forehead with his sister. Corbin will be forever loved, forever missed but his memories and incredible strength will be forever cherished. Love you son, your family. 

Krystina & Justin wish to sincerely thank everyone for their support: the excellent nurses of St. Boniface NICU and Children’s Hospital, Children’s & Interlake Pediatric Palliative Care, Dr. Ian Alexander, Steeltown Ford and Gilbart Funeral Home. 

In lieu of flowers, the family would love for you to consider donating to the Children’s Hospital-Pediatric Palliative Care Fund. 

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