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Helen Maria Leswick

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Helen Maria Leswick

Helen passed away on February 8, 2021, after battling the ravages of Parkinson’s.  Helen was fortunate to have the support of family and friends.

Left to mourn are her brother Dennis Leswick and his wife Rosalie; her nephew Michael Leswick and his wife Elizabeth and their children Harrison, Abigail and Olivia of Mississauga, Ontario;  her nephew David Leswick and his wife Karen and their children Julia and Daniel of Saskatoon,...

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Korban Funeral Chapel

907 Main St, Winnipeg, MB
1-204-956-2193

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Michael, Liz, Harrison, Abbey, and Olivia Leswick

February 13, 2021 9:44 AM

Aunt Holly, Thanks for the time we had together. I enjoyed all our fun moments and appreciated how completely you embraced my wife and children into your world. You will be remembered with love.
Michael, Liz, Harrison, Abbey, and Olivia Leswick


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Laurel Kazan

February 13, 2021 5:39 PM

Our  Deepest Condolences to you Helen, Dennis, Rosalie and Family..  We have one more Angel in Heaven watching over our family.
Cousins, Laurel Kazan,
 Marianne, Richard, Nicole & Zach Gray, Kevin & Melita Kazan.

William (Bill)Bell

February 13, 2021 11:12 AM

Miss Leswick, 

As we always called her with respect in the 1960's at Issac Newton School, was the ultimate lady. She was very fashionable and the girls envied her. The boys admired her, as I did. She was kind and considerate and an excellent teacher. Through the years many of my old schoolmates wondered what became of Miss Leswick because years after graduation she was still in our thoughts.

Seeing her picture again brings back many memories of good times shared during her teaching years to me.

My deepest condolences to her family. 

William (Bill) Bell 

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Michael Leswick

February 13, 2021 9:27 AM

As I reflect on my Aunt Holly’s life and our relationship, I am fill with a sense of gratitude. I consider myself extremely lucky to have had the opportunity to know her during my formative years. She was a role model for empathy and adventure who had a positive and lasting impact on my life. She demonstrated empathy in every conversation as she was genuinely interested in what was happening in my life and eager to listen. Her adventure showed through not just in her big trips but everyday activities like trying to cook a new recipe at a family gathering ... and if everything didn’t turn out according to plan then it was another good story for the next chat. Thank you for the memories Aunt Holly, your lessons will not be forgotten. 

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