The family of Louise Munn (nee Peterkin) are saddened to announce that she lost her battle with cancer July 12, 2022 at the Betel home in Selkirk.
Born in Winnipeg, March 29, 1948, she grew up on Collegiate street in “Sunny” St. James. She attended St. James Collegiate and married George in 1968. Together they raised three daughters.
Mom had friends throughout her community. She loved her Church lady friends and shopping at the House of Economy and she loved a good garage sale! She made the best perogies and her chocolate chip cookies were the best!
She leaves behind husband George of almost 54 years, daughters Michelle (Rob), Nicole (Sean) and Rochelle (Brennan), grandchildren, Donovan (Bethany), Madison, Sarah, AbbyGayle, Lexi, Conar and Anne. Great grandchildren Ryleigh and Carter. Also left to remember her are her brother Gerald Peterkin, sister in law Sharon Sadowy, and niece and nephew Heather and Kevin, as well as many close friends.
Special thanks go to the staff of Betel home Selkirk and Dr. Sexton for the wonderful care for Louise in the last 7 months. Cremation has taken place and a private service will be held.
She will be reunited with her granddaughter Hanna, parents Lorraine and Alexander (Papa), and her cats Bobo and Bailey.
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3 thoughts on “Louise Munn (nee Peterkin)”
Louise was a great neighbour and a kind person. I always remember her love for garage sales and bringing back something special every time. She left a great legacy with her three wonderful daughters.
Deepest condolences from the bottom of our hearts to George, the girls and their families and all of her relatives and friends. Louise had a great sense of humor and was always fun to be around. She truly was a very special lady.
Such a joy to be around.loved her House of Economy and trips to Walmart even though was a crazy driver on the motorized carts lol.loved to chat always had something to talk about.Christmas just won’t be the same.It was a pleasure knowing you for 12 plus years.R.I.P. sweet woman.Rob.