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Eileen Mae Taman-Kull obit photo

Eileen Mae TamanAge: 82 years19242007

Name
Eileen Mae Taman
Given names
Eileen Mae
Surname
Taman
Married name
Eileen Mae Kull
Birth December 26, 1924
Military
Canadian Army
1942 (Age 17 years)

Residence 1950 (Age 25 years)
Address: 586 Windsor Ave
Note: Ernie & Eileen moved here from St. Boniface.
Death September 16, 2007 (Age 82 years)
Address: Concordia Place Personal Care Home 1000 Molson Street Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Date of entry in original source: September 18, 2007
Quality of data: primary evidence
Burial September 19, 2007 (3 days after death)
Winnipeg, MB, CAN
Latitude: N49.88404 Longitude: W96.96407

Address: 5014 Dugald Road Winnipeg, MB
Cemetery: Transcona Cemetery
Note:
EILEEN MAE (TAMAN) KULL December 26, 1924 - September 16, 2007 With great sadness we announce the passing of Eileen Kull, surrounded by family and love, at Concordia Place Personal Care Home on Sunday, September 16, 2007. Predeceased by her beloved husband Ernie in December 2006; father Charles, mother Nora (Body) (Taman) MacGregor and stepfather Bert MacGregor; siblings, William and Gordon; grandchildren, Ryan and Amy, father-in-law Gustav Kull and mother-in-law Emma Kull. Eileen is survived by her loving family; daughter Linda (Eric) Stearns and children, Eric, Kevin (Serena) and Tim, and grandchild Augustus; daughter Noraleen (Terry) Bertrand and children, Tammy (Brian), Krista (Mike) and Sharon (Trevor) and grandchildren, Justin, Brayden, Madilyn, Kelvin and Eliot; son Ernest (Melodie) and children, Jason, Jennifer (Paul) and Jeff (Carrie), and grandchildren, Kayla, Preston, Megan, Christina, Zachary and Jordan; son Murray (Darlene) and children, Kerri, Jamie and Frank (Corinne), and grandchildren, Keenyn, Khelyn, Erik and Kristin; daughter Penny (Herman) Dettman and child Cameron; son Martin (Julia) and children, Jamie Leigh, Matthew, Jess, Stella and Eva; She is also survived by her brothers, Donald (Pat), Robert (Betty), Raymond (Irene) and Jack (Verna), as well as sister-in-law Tina Kauk and many nieces and nephews. Eileen grew up in the town of Asquith, Saskatchewan until she left at the age of was 17 years to enlist in Canada's armed forces, and she served with pride from 1942 to 1946. It was during this time of service that she met another enlistee, Ernie Kull, and they were married on December 29, 1945. Their marital journey lasted 61 years and produced a loving family of six children, 20 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Eileen loved and cared for her family dearly. Amidst her time spent caring for her children, she managed to train herself to work as a dental assistant for many years. She was a truly remarkable role model to all! Eileen loved to cook for family and friends, and all visitors to their home on Windsor Avenue were certain to leave with a full stomach and a healthy supply of leftovers. Eileen also loved to knit and crochet, and her collection of blankets, sweaters, hats, scarves and mitts could be seen on display all throughout the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A very special and heartfelt thank you to the fourth floor staff of Concordia Place for the excellent care, comfort and support they provided to Eileen and her family. Special thanks also to everyone who took the time to visit with Eileen. Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, September 19, 2007 at 1:00 p.m., at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, McCalman and Grey, with reception to follow. If so desired, donations in Eileen's memory may be made to the Holy Cross Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 708 McCalman Ave., Winnipeg, MB R2L 1G7. Arrangements Entrusted To: Glen Eden Funeral Home 4477 Main Street 338-7111

DeathWinnipeg Free Press - Passages Manitoba
Date of entry in original source: September 18, 2007
Quality of data: primary evidence
Residence
Ernie & Eileen moved here from St. Boniface.
Burial
EILEEN MAE (TAMAN) KULL December 26, 1924 - September 16, 2007 With great sadness we announce the passing of Eileen Kull, surrounded by family and love, at Concordia Place Personal Care Home on Sunday, September 16, 2007. Predeceased by her beloved husband Ernie in December 2006; father Charles, mother Nora (Body) (Taman) MacGregor and stepfather Bert MacGregor; siblings, William and Gordon; grandchildren, Ryan and Amy, father-in-law Gustav Kull and mother-in-law Emma Kull. Eileen is survived by her loving family; daughter Linda (Eric) Stearns and children, Eric, Kevin (Serena) and Tim, and grandchild Augustus; daughter Noraleen (Terry) Bertrand and children, Tammy (Brian), Krista (Mike) and Sharon (Trevor) and grandchildren, Justin, Brayden, Madilyn, Kelvin and Eliot; son Ernest (Melodie) and children, Jason, Jennifer (Paul) and Jeff (Carrie), and grandchildren, Kayla, Preston, Megan, Christina, Zachary and Jordan; son Murray (Darlene) and children, Kerri, Jamie and Frank (Corinne), and grandchildren, Keenyn, Khelyn, Erik and Kristin; daughter Penny (Herman) Dettman and child Cameron; son Martin (Julia) and children, Jamie Leigh, Matthew, Jess, Stella and Eva; She is also survived by her brothers, Donald (Pat), Robert (Betty), Raymond (Irene) and Jack (Verna), as well as sister-in-law Tina Kauk and many nieces and nephews. Eileen grew up in the town of Asquith, Saskatchewan until she left at the age of was 17 years to enlist in Canada's armed forces, and she served with pride from 1942 to 1946. It was during this time of service that she met another enlistee, Ernie Kull, and they were married on December 29, 1945. Their marital journey lasted 61 years and produced a loving family of six children, 20 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Eileen loved and cared for her family dearly. Amidst her time spent caring for her children, she managed to train herself to work as a dental assistant for many years. She was a truly remarkable role model to all! Eileen loved to cook for family and friends, and all visitors to their home on Windsor Avenue were certain to leave with a full stomach and a healthy supply of leftovers. Eileen also loved to knit and crochet, and her collection of blankets, sweaters, hats, scarves and mitts could be seen on display all throughout the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A very special and heartfelt thank you to the fourth floor staff of Concordia Place for the excellent care, comfort and support they provided to Eileen and her family. Special thanks also to everyone who took the time to visit with Eileen. Memorial service will be held on Wednesday, September 19, 2007 at 1:00 p.m., at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, McCalman and Grey, with reception to follow. If so desired, donations in Eileen's memory may be made to the Holy Cross Lutheran Church Memorial Fund, 708 McCalman Ave., Winnipeg, MB R2L 1G7. Arrangements Entrusted To: Glen Eden Funeral Home 4477 Main Street 338-7111
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