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Marlene - See Labuke, John and Annie Janet - See Lofgren, Ernest and Thora Faye - See Lee, Levi and Eileen

Joe and Jennie are both buried in the Erickson Mnnicipal Cemetery.

Andy S wife, Carrie, passed away on August 26, 1994

in her seventy-ninth year. Andy and Carrie are buried III

Chapel Lawn Gardens in New Westminster, Be.

Ethel Ti IIing passed away on July 31, 1995 at the age

of ninety-one. Ethel and her husband, Albert (Bert) are

buried in the Minnedosa Cemetery.


Albert and Gale have two daughters: Cindy, born

August 19, 1961, and MicheLLe, born on August 2, 1967.

Cindy married David Hom, and they have two daugh­ ters, Jamie and Robin. Jamie was born on February 19, 1979 and Robin was born on June 11, 1983. Cindy and family now reside in Brandon, MB.

Michelle married Keith Leganchuk on July 25, 1987 and they have two children. Chad was born July 18, 1989 and Kaela was born March 8, 1992. They now reside in Balmoral, MB.


Carlyle, Sarah, Laureen and JaneLLeJohnson

Reverend Carlyle and his wife, Laureen, served
Erickson Lutheran Church, Erickson, and Immanuel

Lutheran Church, Clanwiliiam, until June 1985. Their oldest daughter, Sarah Nicole, was born on August 3, 1984, a centennial baby, and baptized in the Erickson Lutheran Church in October. The following year, the family moved to take up a new position in a three-point parish out of Torquay, SK. They lived and served in Torquay for twelve years during which time their second daughter was born. JaneLLe Renae arrived on February 14, 1987, and was baptized in Trinity Lutheran, Torquay.

In 1997, Pastor Carl accepted a cali to serve St. John North Prairie Lutheran Church, in Preeceville, SK, where the family is now currently residing and much involved in the church and community.

Sarah is doing well in Grade 10. She enjoys art and music, playing the French hom in the school band, and working towards her Grade 8 piano in the RCM program. Janelle is in Grade 7 and her interests are in ice skating, crafts and guitar. Television and computer take a lot of any free time they may have, after homework and practice.


Douglas James Johnson was the only son of the late Mabel Johnson, and was born at Lot 113, East St. Paul, MB on April 25, 1940.

He and his mother moved back to Erickson to live with his grandmother (Augusta Johnson) and his uncles Alvin, George, and Gregor. He attended Erickson High School until 1957. Douglas began working with his uncles at Camp Shilo where he remained for a brief time before finding employment with e. 1. Oliver Construction in BC where he worked from 1958 to 1960.

He returned to the prairies to work at elevator construction in Manitoba until February 1969, when while attending the funeral of his Aunt Lillian at Mission, BC, he, his mother, and Aunt Signe decided to take up residence in Be.

Douglas worked as a carman for CP Rail in Coquitlam from 1970 to 1994, when he was forced to leave work on Disability Pension. During this time, he met Maria who became his wife on December 11, 1993.

Douglas and Maria Johnson currently reside at #22 - 41168 Lougheed Highway.


Astrid and Robert raised their three chi Idren on Robert's Comer at Hilltop.

Joyce Beda, the eldest, was born on June 22, 1942.

She is married to Henry Lucy and lives in Winnipeg, MB. Joyce is retired from a dedicated career in nursing. She is