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August 20, 2023
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After a heroic battle with pancreatic cancer, Steve Nagy passed away 20 August, at Gimli Health Centre; his wife Christine and daughter Amanda by his side, and son Geoff, enroute. Originally diagnosed in 2018 and given less than a year to live, we were blessed with more than five years together. We cherished every single moment of it. He was so loved, and he took our hearts with him.❤️
A funeral service will be held on Tuesday 29 August at 11:00 a.m. in the St. Michael’s Parish, with Father Stan Gacek presiding.
Thank you to an incredible team of Health Care Providers: Dr. Michael McKay, Dr. Christina Kim, Dr. Sarah Blelloch , (Sandy, thank you for working your magic every time more tests were needed!), CancerCare Manitoba, the compassionate health care workers at Gimli Health Centre, and the exceptional paramedics who treated Steve with compassionate, gentle care in our times of need. And, of course, Karen Rees, for her guidance and wisdom over the years. Thank you all!
Steve was predeceased by his mother Kathleen (Balasz) and Steve’s sister-in-law Ann (Curry); in-laws Walter and Mary (Chapski) Skally, and sister-in-law Susan Skally. He’s left behind, with broken hearts, his wife Christine (Skally), children Geoff, and Amanda (Amy) and grandson Wylder. Also mourning Steve’s passing are his father Laszlo and brother Les.
To honour Steve’s memory, donations may be made to The Gimli Humane Society (he loved his fur-babies), CancerCare Manitoba (to find a cure for this horrific disease), and The Dolly Parton Imagination Library (because he strongly believed every child should be gifted with a love of reading)!
If I can’t hear your heartbeat, you’re too far away