Patricia Michalow
Patricia Michalow
Patricia Michalow

Obituary of Patricia Anne Michalow

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It is with great sadness that we announce after a lengthy illness Patricia Michalow (nee Smith) passed away at the age of 57 years old at St.Boniface Hospital on May 28/2019. Left to cherish Pat’s memory is her beloved son, Brandon Michalow (Shaylene), Will also be lovingly remembered by her dear twin sister Teresa Labram (Robert) and other siblings; Julie Nadon(Jacques), Laura Adams(Bill)

Jim Smith, Bev Lylyk (Teddy), Rick Smith (Lorraine), Cathy Walker (Bill). Nieces and Nephews: Jeffrey, Daryl, Teresa (James), Colette, Celine (Steve), Will (Liz), Robby(Trish), Johnny, Dawn (Gibby), Tina (Greg), Tanya (Dustin), Stephanie, Kristen. Great Nieces and Nephews Trent, Emily, Kearia, Austin, Brooklyn, Edwin, Elice, Zachary, Carson, Mackenzie, Dawson,Braeden, Lenni, Kaitlyn,Anakin,Darion,Celina,

Julius. Left to also cherish her memory is Ronald Michalow,  his siblings Susan (Dave), Debbie(Doug), Sandra (Rick) nieces and nephews: Riley (Steven), Jarrett (Sarah), Kristen (Kevin), Ariane, Nathan (Celeste) Andrew(Edna) and great Nieces and Nephews: Jack, Owen, Mark, Justin, Katie, Mason and Easton. Also her life long friend Rene Waddell, who was more like a sister who was there for Pat during everything through her life. Pat was predeceased by her parents Len and Caroline Smith, her nephew Danny, great Nephew Nathan, great Niece baby Sarah, and nephew Joseph whom she was like a second mother to. 

Pat was born in Vancouver but grew up and lived her whole life in Winnipeg. Pat had many hobbies her favourite past time was sitting outside with her puppies. She loved sitting by the water while her family fished, she just loved to soak up the sun. If she wasn’t outside she loved to cook and bake. During the cold winter she would spend her time playing Bingo and Keno. 


Pat lived for her Family and Dogs. She never would judge anyone, and would accept everyone no matter what. She would try and find the good in everyone, help anyone in need, regardless if it inconvenienced herself. 


She will forever be remembered and forever loved. 


Donations can be made to Lupus Canada in her memory. 

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