October 30, 1934 – February 24, 2012
at the age of 77 years
Sunday, March 11, 2012 1:30 p.m.
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #62, Salmon Arm
Georgina passed away peacefully with her family by her side on Friday, February 24th, 2012.
She was predeceased by her loving husband, Mike Lamanes. She is survived by her daughter, Kim Kushniruk (Terry), son Wade Lamanes (Veronica), three grandchildren, David and Cory Kushniruk and Nicole Lamanes.
Mom was involved with the Ladies Auxiliary of the Legion and had just received her 35 year pin. Mom was an avid quilter having entered many quilts in the Fall Fair as well as donating quilts to the hospital. She was a community volunteer helping out with the Fall Fair and volunteering in the kitchen of the #62. Mom lived her life to the fullest, enjoying golf as well as her annual trips to spend the winter with her son and family in Arizona.
Georgina will be greatly missed by her family and everyone who knew her.
A celebration of Georgina’s life will be held Sunday, March 11th at 1:30 pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #62, Salmon Arm, BC.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Georgina to the Shuswap Hospital Foundation, PO Box 265, Salmon Arm, BC, V1E 4N3.
Wade Veronica, Kim Terry and Families
Our hearts are saddened with your loss. Your Mother was truly a very special person. I have a lifetime of memories and special moments spent with both your Dad and Mom. Your Mom always had time and an ear for me. Never judgemental, always positve and giving.Wether it was her home, or her garden,the life lesson was the same. Plant a seed,Nurture it, Shower it with Love and it will Grow and Flourish.Anyone who knew Georgina,was a better person for it. I know I am. Love Always Bryan
Mom and Georginia will be Bowling together in Heaven … forever!
Love to Wade, Kim and Families,
Our warmest thoughts are sent to you all. Your Mom was an incredible strong and warmhearted lady. She played a Huge part in my life and was always an inspiration to me. She made me stronger and believed in me when I needed it the most. She was positive and caring and loved her family so much. She was so proud of each one of you. I loved her dearly and will always remember her special laugh and her kind words. My heart is with you all.
Love always, Bev and Brian Kelly
Dear Kim and Wade and families-
I just now heard of your mom’s passing. My thoughts are with you all.
I have so many, many happy memories of times spent with your mom (and your dad). May your happy memories help you through this time of sorrow and loss.
If you are ever down or near White Rock please give me a call.
I am so blessed to have had Georgina as my other “mom” for so many years. Our lives are richer because of her. She was an incredible woman with great energy, and was hardly ever ruffled. One of my memories of her was when I first came to Canada and she’d spend every sunny day working her vegetable and flower gardens. She taught me it wasn’t so bad to have a vegetable garden…and she was right…I learned to love it too. Mom, I will miss you but I thank you for being so loving always. Give a big hug to Dad and say hi to my mother. Now the three of you have a big job…..to watch over us! God Bless You.
Dear Kim, Wade and families,
We were so sad to read that your dear Mother has passed away. Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you. Your mom will always be remembered as a sweet and wonderful person. She will be dearly missed by many.
Mike & Alexis (Masse) Kovacevic
I remember Georgina and family. We met when we lived on the same street——-Kenwood Street in Prince George, B. C. My children, Glen, Kathleen and Dean
attended Connaught Elementary School about the same time as did Kim and Wade.
My thoughts and prayers go with you all at this time.
Georgina will be remembered for her active involvement at The Legion and volunteering with the Fall Fair. I remember her, also, as a guard in The Swimming Pool.
Kim and Family, So sorry to hear the news of Aunt Georgina , my heart goes out to you…you are in my prayers. Sending love, sharyne.