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The family would like to thank the doctors, nurses and caregivers from Cancer Care Unit at the Health Science Centre and palliative for the care they gave to Roger. A special thanks to Roger’s employer’s Evan and Sara Michaud from Hi Tech Installations Ltd. for all of their support and making Roger’s last days more comfortable. Celebration of Roger’s life will be held on Monday January 25, 2010 at 1:00 p.m. at the Central Hotel, 201 Melrose Avenue East in Transcona.
To My Family and Friends
“I go from you gently for it is my time to take the next step in this journey of mine. I tried to put up a strong fight but the Cancer won and now the unbearable pain in my body is finally gone. Don’t grieve for me long as I’ve not left you alone for I will be with you all in love that we’ve known. That love is forever and someday when its time you’ll join me again on this journey of mine.”
Roger passed away peacefully after a battle with cancer on January 21, 2010 at Riverview Health Centre. Roger was predeceased by his mother Rose-Aime Bourgeois, Sister Jeannette Stewart (Gord) and Brother Maurice in infancy, also brother-in-law Don Hutcheon.
Left to cherish his memory are his daughter Kara (Domenico) and her mother Carol. Also left to mourn are his father Charles (Blanche) Bourgeois, his sisters Jeanne Hutcheon and Noella Heilman (Raymond) his brothers John (Lucie), Aime (Sue), Raymond, Paul (Maggie), Louie and many nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews and one great-great-nephew and friends.Roger was employed with CN in Transcona for 25 years, he also ran his own business for a year, then in his last years of employment he worked at Hi Tech Installations Ltd.
way. In all the years that Patrick was employed with Hi Tech Installations, not a day would go by without him being called upon for his wisdom or knowledge. Patrick, with his creative drafting and designing talents, was an instrumental part in changing much of the agricultural / architectural landscape in Western Canada. Patrick would take a customer's ideas and visions and turn them into a reality and beyond. Patrick was also closely involved in many milestones of our business. When our business moved to St. Andrews in 2005 he played a large role with all matters relating to the move and startup of the new, larger business location (he loved the challenge). Patrick was employed with us from August 2004 until his health issues dictated his semi-retirement in January 2009 at which time he wanted to slow down and spend quality time with his family and his beloved dogs. Patrick was not only an employee but also a True Close Friend that will be truly missed by all of us.
January 3, 1952 – January 21, 2010
It is with heavy hearts that Hi Tech Installations Ltd. sadly announces the passing of Patrick G. Mackley (our past General Manager and True Friend) at St. Boniface Hospital on Sunday, March 20, 2011 while recuperating from a long illness.
Patrick, at the bright age of 65 years young, was not quite ready for retirement, so he accepted the position of General Manager at Hi Tech Installations Ltd. Patrick joined us with all his industry experience and brilliant business sense which was a great asset. Patrick was a person with so much wisdom beyond engineering, drafting and designing, project managing, parts, installations, projects large and small, sales, customer service and people skills; he was a true gentleman which is a rare find in any lifetime of business. Patrick's problem solving skills were another strong asset that he brought to our business as he worked with customers, suppliers and employees and could always come up with a great solution to any situation anyone threw his
Patrick George Mackley, P.Eng.
January 26, 1939 - March 20, 2011
Employed by Hi Tech Installations August 2004 - January 2009
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