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Pauline Pasieka

July 26, 2021


Pauline Pasieka

April 04, 1933 - July 26, 2021

  Pauline passed away suddenly at Gimli Hospital on July 26, 2021.
  She was predeceased by her first husband Adolph in 1963, second husband Tony in 1992, father William Pilatyk in 1992, mother Annie Pilatyk in 2000, son Barry Ciszewski in 2014, and brother Nick Pilatyk in 2018.
  She leaves to mourn her son Ken Ciszewski, daughter Carol Ciszewski (Jim), daughter Anne Isfeld (Russell), daughter Barb Hess (Derek), son Matthew Pasieka (Amanda), daughter Margaret LaRocque (Dave), grandsons Travis Isfeld (Emma), John Jeremy Isfeld (Haley), & Steven Hess (Madison), nephew Peter Pilatyk, along with relatives, friends and neighbours.
Mom was born on April 04, 1933 in Kreuzburg, MB and grew up on the family farm in Foley.
  She met her first husband Adolph Ciszewski, they made their home in Husavik and had 3 children (Barry, Ken & Carol). After Adolph’s passing, Pauline met and married Tony Pasieka and had 4 more children (Anne, Barb, Matt & Margaret). Throughout her 2 marriages, she farmed along side her family. Mom was a very hard worker.
Mom loved to cook, bake, knit and garden. She was fabulous at all of them! Her favourite was the summer/fall canning time.
  Her garden and flower beds always flourished with her loving touch. Many family dinners were eaten at the farm, notably roast chicken and her amazing stuffing. These times will be missed.
  Mom loved playing Rummy, Skip Bo, doing word search puzzles, jigsaw puzzles, and her very favourite BINGO.
  She was a big fan of the Winnipeg Jets, her favourites were “Byfuglien” and “Laine”. She got to attend a Jets game at MTS Centre just a few short years ago.
  Mom loved family get-togethers and the good laughs that were had.
  Several years ago she started attending the Adult Day Program at the Gimli Hospital. Special thanks to the ladies that oversaw the program over the years Mom attended - Alexis, Julianna, & Gwen. She loved attending, it was a fun outing for her.
  The family would like to thank all of her Home Care Aides, Whitemouth Personal Care Home, and her last residence of Betel Home in Gimli. We were so lucky the last 7 weeks were here in Gimli and we were able to see her often. Another thank you for the care she received at the end by the ambulance attendants and the staff of Gimli Hospital.
  You are still with us Mom, forever in our hearts.
  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Heart & Stroke Foundation of Manitoba, Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, or to a charity of your choice, in memory of Pauline.
  Graveside service will be held on Friday, August 6th at 10:30 a.m. at St. Michael’s Ukrainian Catholic Churchyard Cemetery in North Foley. (Willow Creek Rd, Rd 107N, 3 1/2 miles west of #8 Hwy). All are welcome to join the graveside service. For those attending, please bring a lawn chair.

                                                                                                     VICHNAYA PAM’YAT




















































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