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Phillips_Leah_-_orig_photoLeah Phillips

[Mansell][Tremblay]

We are saddened to announce the passing of our beloved mother, grandmother and great grandmother Leah Phillips on February 19 2013 at Notre Dame hospital at the age of 95.

Left to cherish her memory her daughter Sandra, her sons Larry[Donna]Ken[Carol]Dale[Lea]Doug[Beatrice]Jim[Annette] and sister Flo Bartley, sisters in law Myrtle Lytle, Violet Babcock Thelma Miller and Mildred Brydges, 16 grand and 18 great grandchildren. Predeceased by her husbands Frank Mansell, Ralph Phillips, son in law Gene Daigle and daughter in law Faye Mansell .Also brothers Romeo, Lionel, sisters Rita, Edith, Emily and Judy. Mother was born in Somerset Mb. April 25 1917 to Alexander and Clarina Tremblay. She married Frank in 1939 and spent her entire lifetime in Miami. Frank died in 1965 and mother married Ralph in 1979 with Ralph passing in1996.Mother was a hard worker always willing to lend a helping hand and carried out hairdressing at home. With Frank's passing mother became an LPN and worked at Morden hospital. Mom also worked at Westaway Pharmacy until retirement.

Moms favorite pastimes were curling and fishing and was proud to say she curled in Miami for 60 years winning the ladies grand aggregate in the 1976-7 season. She looked so forward to the Friendship Centre's Wednesday evenings .She enjoyed her oldtime music and always looked forward to the Fun and Fiddle festival weekend .Ralph and mother loved to go to Sportman's Corner with the old motor home and boat trailing behind. She was a member of the Rebecca Lodge and Miami Legion.

The family would like extend our heartfelt thanks to the staff at the Notre Dame hospital for their excellent care and compassion to our mother.

A funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Sat. March 9 at the Miami Community Centre. Interment to follow in the Miami Cemetery. In lieu of flowers a donation in Leah's memory to C.N.I.B [1080 Portage Ave Winnipeg Mb.R3G3M3] would be greatly appreciated.

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