In Memory

Ray Creaser (Class Of 1970)

It is with great sorrow that we announce the sudden passing of our beloved husband, father, son, brother and friend at the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg on December 14, 2010 at the age of 59 years. Beloved husband of Connie of Thompson. A celebration of Ray's life will be held at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, January 6, 2011 at The Royal Canadian Legion, 59 Elizabeth Dr., Thompson, MB. Ray leaves to mourn his wife Connie of 26 years; children Megan (Trent) and Mallory (Derek), his father Kenneth (Marion), sister Kerrie (Larry) Dyck and brother Kelly (Gwen). He will be missed by his many friends and extended family. Ray was predeceased by his mother, Doris Creaser, brother Andrew Creaser, mother-in-law Maude Rolfson and father-in-law Leonard Rolfson. In lieu of flowers, if friends so desire donations may be made in Ray's memory to the Manitoba chapter of the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 6 Donald Street, Suite 200, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 0K6 http://www.heartandstroke.mb.ca Boardman/ Northland Funeral Home in care of arrangements phone 778-7982 Thompson.

As published in the Winnipeg Free Press on December 25, 2010



 
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12/14/10 07:37 PM #1    

Kerrie Creaser Dyck (Class Of 1976)

Ray passed away this morning, Dec 14, 2010.  Rest in Peace my dear brother.  Love you and will always miss you.


02/02/11 09:26 AM #2    

Wanda Phillips Waldner (Class Of 1970)

I will always remember Ray for his friendliness and his love of life. We graduated in the same class and both lived in Thompson for many years.  My sympathies to his wife and daughters.


05/23/11 09:09 AM #3    

Roy McTavish (Class Of 1968)

Ray and I were friends for 50 years and I know he would of loved the chance to get in touch with people on line. He always liked to keep up to date on what was happening around Rapid City and the people he went to school with. He had even keep a copy of the original Brandon Sun paper with the school fire on it.He was always there to give anyone a hand. Wish he was still around to share to some of his great stories.
Roy McTavish

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