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Audrey Marine Reimer

Audrey Reimer Obituary

With her family surrounding her and holding her hands, on August 30, 2023, Audrey completed her final journey home to be with her beloved late husband Eric and parents Olga and Bill Lozinski.

Audrey was born on November 5, 1943. She was the middle sister to Mike (Faye), and Dennis (Kim) who loved her so very much.

Audrey was raised in Sifton, Manitoba, completed her schooling in Dauphin and moved to Winnipeg where she met and married the love of her life Eric Reimer. They lived in various Canadian cities. After Eric’s passing, Audrey lived and worked in Winnipeg. Once her Mother Olga moved to Winnipeg, Audrey dedicated her life to caring for her. She was a strong supporter of St. Ivan Suchewsky Cathedral and especially enjoyed contributing her special dishes for fellowship after church services.

Audrey fought a courageous battle with cancer and surpassed all expectations and barriers. Even when she was encouraged to not remain at home, Audrey was determined to be independent, as was her nature.  She stayed at home for as long as possible until she could no longer fight the cancer.

Audrey was extremely close with her brothers, nieces and nephews and she had a unique relationship with each one of them. The family especially thanks Audrey’s niece Marianne Lozinski who gave her great support throughout her battle with cancer.

She will forever be in our hearts. She has left a large void that will never be replaced.

As per Audrey’s wish, no formal funeral service will be held.  

In lieu of flowers please donate to the Cancer Care Manitoba, 675 McDermot Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3E 0V9 in Audreys honour 

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