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Souris Hillcrest Museum Obituaries Halloween Tea, Thursday October 29, 2015 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., One bedroom apartment, Fellowship Club. Rainbow central location, parking, Auction, bake table, feel laundry and water. $437/ free to wear a costume! month. Phone Manager will go Isabelle passed away peacefully withProceeds family by herfrom side ontea Sunday, 204-483-3123. February 25, 2018, at the Souris Personal Care Home the age of 94. of a towards theatrestoration Isabelle was born on January 12, 1924,stained to Frank and Isabella Alcock. She glass window. was raised in the Millerway District and----------------------------------took her schooling in Elgin. She married Roy Brister of Elgin on July 4, 1945. Isabelle was active in the NuVision Commodities, Elgin and District Museum community and enjoyed playing the organ for many years in the Baptist St. Jean, MB buying feed have spending a showing Church. Isabelle was a devoted motherwill and enjoyed time withof the grains, wheat, barley, her boys as they proudly showed their3rd cattlefilm and ponies. in She theenjoyed Warpaths growingoats her largeoff gardengrades and spendingSeries time in her yard. Isabelle always on peas, “Silver Crosses” put others ahead of1(204)758herself in all that she did. After raising her family, she grain. Phone Tuesday, November 10, went to work at the Souris Personal Care Home where she enjoyed caring 3401. at the 7:30 for the residence and continued 2015 to work until age ofp.m. 72. in the ElginRoy;Community Isabelle was predeceased by her husband parents Frank and Hall. Isabella Alcock; grandson Darcy Brister;Admission sister Esther; brothersisCecil, John $5.00. and Arthur; and mother-in-law Jesse and Maude Brister. Looking to father purchase Everyone welcome. She is lovingly by her vacated farmremembered yard site orfour sons and their families: son Arthur (Myrna) acerage children Troy (Heather), Claire, Myles, Ward; and Sheena (Shawn small within Vammen), Evan: son Terry (Pat) children Christy (Bret Wiste), Bailey and fifteenJenner; minutes of Souris, and Kerry (Mike Fleming), Kayla: son Trent (Kathy) children MB.Delaney Must(Lisa), beJewel reasonably and Gavin; and Velvet (Ken Crowther), Gabriel: son priced. Contact 1-204Garth (Patty) children Courtney (Jon Arndt) and Robin. Edward Bertholet - With 709-0132. Funeral services were held at the Faith Community Baptist Church in heartfelt thanks to our Souris on March 1, 2018, with Pastor Noel Dwarika officiating. Pallbearers family and friends were Troy Brister, Delaney Brister, Robin Brister, Terry Brister, Ken for so Crowther and Shawn Vammen. Interment was atacts the Elginof Cemetery. many kindness TheThe Reston and Area family would like to extend a special thank you the wonderful stafftime. during a tovery difficult Early Learning Centre at the Souris Personal Care Home for the care given to Isabelle A excellent special thank you Dr. over the past 2 ½ years. seeks a trained Cram and the wonderful In memory of Isabelle, donations may be made to the educational professional the Health, Souris Health Souris Personal Care Home c/ostaff Prairie of Mountain for position of Director. Centre for their care and Box 10, Souris, Manitoba R0K 2C0. Qualified candidate will be concern for all of our a strong leader, possess needs. Thank you to Card of Thanks experience or degree in Father Auctions Michael for education, with excellent The Webber family express their officiating at the service thanks for the many acts Please of kindcomputer skills.  and the St. Jeanʼs CWA ness since the passing of Mom send resume and 12 the Patterson (Jo). We truly appreciated the for lovelyDr.lunch they references to food, flowers, cards, messages Stonewall,Thank MB you to all provided. and visits. Sincere thanks to Rev.  who came to Dadʼs Wendy, Dexter, UCW ladies, GlenEstate & Moving This opportunity closes da, Connie, choir, friends and funeral and our sincere Sat March 17 @ 10:00 AM family members for helping to October 31, 2015. thanks to Dexter of make the service so special. 2 Day Gun AuctionFuneral Kowalchukʼs Coming Events Fri March 23 his @ 4:00 Home for all hardPM work Ammo & Reloading and attention to detail. 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OBITUARYPlanning Farm Succession HUNT

By Larry PowellSubmitted by MNP involved as it may be). Robert Arthur (Bob), Family businesses, including farms, Some of my clients July 17, 1932 - October 5, have 2015implemented are often full of unique contradictions plans where the farm goes to the farming It is with deep sadness that our family announces the and complexities. There arepassing many matters child and life insurance, along nonof Bob. He leaves to mourn his love and with partner that may appear to be at odds but actually farming assets, are divided among Sylvia Plawucki of over 25 years. Also left to mourn arethe support each other. Consider the familial children. In another case, daughter a farm was Sylviaʼs children: other son Wade (Jocelyn) Plawucki, differences of opinion between split equally amongPlawucki four children Tara, tradition son Darren (Dino) (Linda) and and theirthe Ryan and Granddaughter Capp versus innovation, businesschildren versus family oneJamie. who wanted to continueKelly farming had and her family. Bob treated Sylviaʼs children as if they and fair versus equal. to buy out the other three siblings. were the his chalown. AlsoInleft mourn is Bobʼs only sister Families often come up against thetofirst instance, the farming child, Doreenequal (James) Logeot, sisters-in-law Ireneis(Bill) Hunt of lenges associated with fair versus in who is now the farm owner, in control andonMary (Bert) his Hunt; Aunt Alicesince Ardagh estate and succession planning the farm or her destiny, he orand sheUncle doesn’t George and Aunt Elva Hunt; and many nieces – especially given the established roles and need to consult with siblings aboutand farm nephews, and countless cousins, all of which Bob traditions already in place for many farmoperations. Business planning and was future proud. ing families. And since fairso and equal are financial management decisions are in the Bob was a person who kept the family connected no matter how far away. not the same (fair is a perception and equal hands of the farming child. At the same Bob was predeceased by his parents, Robert and Kathleen Hunt, and by his three is a mathematical calculation), the mis- time, this method can challenge the chilbrothers, William (Bill), Albert (Bert) and Brian. understanding can often lead to problems. dren’s perception of fairness. If a farm is Bob attended Forbes School (Glenwood Municipality) and one year in Hartney. In How parents this issue? struggling, may seem more 1953 can to 1956 he address bused children to Hartney by car whenitForbes School didlike notmore haveof Consider this: The tradition of primoa burden than a gift and – like the decisionenough students enrolled to keep it open, during those three years he worked part geniture – the right of succession belong- making financesPost fall Office. on oneInperson. time at Atkinson Electric, C.C.I.L. Equipment and the–Hartney the fallIf, ing to the firstborn son – still exists in however, the farm is financially successof 1956 he started to work with the Manitoba Hydro Commission as a timekeeper. many families, especially when the son ful, non-farming children could view it as He spent fourteen years in Boissevain as area clerk then moved to Winnipeg 1972 works with Dad on the farm. Pair this an overly generous gift compared to working as a clerk. In 1975 Bob moved to Jenpeg as a camp clerk. In 1979 hethe with thetofact the Winnipeg preservation the non-farming assets theyinreceived. moved St. that James, as aofcaretaker and then to Gillam 1985. After 35 farm remains a Hydro primary forinthe yearsoften with Manitoba hefocus retired 1991. When a farm and its assets are split Bob loved all sports, coached baseballequally while in among Boissevain. Whenithebecomes was no a older generation overand other key familial children, longer able to and watch games in person multifaceted or on television he continued to enjoy considerations youthe may find yourself business transaction. The listening on to them on the radio. verging a family breakdown. Another division may be equal, but the process He hadoften a great horses, especially Belgians, andoperation was thrilled factor not love takenofinto consideration to continue of the farm can be when his geldings made and it totransithe Royalcomplex Fair in Toronto. by the one olderofgeneration in estate since extensive communicaFuneral service was at the Hartney Centennial Centre with and discussion tion planning, is the factheld that inheriting the tion, governance planning interment in the Hartney Riverside Cemetery. farm used to be considered a burden. Hard among siblings is required to come up “To Sylvia love dollar forever. Ireturn came toheld the end. Thedesun haswith set fororme. Why cry a soulbusiness plan. work formy poor little revise, theforfarm set free. Miss me, but go on with life. Remember the love we shared. Remember sire for many farm families. Children saw There are as many different combinathe good times we had together. On this journey I must go alone. Miss me but how hard their parents worked and did not tions for succession planning as there are let me go. Forever holding your hand. Love Bob.” have a significant interest in continuing farms, but it’s critical to remember to give In memory of Bob, donations may be made to the Polio on that career path. Parents, meanwhile, due diligence to the question of fair verSurvivors Association or to the Hartney Rink Fund c/o Town of tended leave non-farming children Hartney,toHartney, Manitoba R0M 0X0. out sus equal. It may no longer be appropriate of ownership, since many believed the in to gocare the traditional route where “All the Kowalchukʼs Funeral Home, Souris, of continuity of the farm was more secure in farming assets go to the farming child.” arrangements. the hands of those who were farming. Woven into the complexity of deExpression of sympathy may be made at For many years during times of low ciphering fair and equal is the fact that farm profitability, the only way to com- conversations about succession planning Reconditioned, obsolete andfairly Pillow-top King left on salesdiscussions lot. One home in are challenging. These push pensate farming children was to set; gift Pillow-top Rapid City move-in ready set $695; $459 5allpiece hard-to-find batteries. SOLAR assets. of us 48î to come face-to-face with our and own full ownership of farming It was priced to and sell. goals Glendale equipment. The to Battery table set;with Floor mortality, Model sofadiscuss dreams of the also possible offsetMan. farming assets Winnipeg. 1.877.775.8271 and chairs sets $1195 (La-z- Mobile Home Sales, 260 Glen next generation and take time to work out a non-farming assets, such as life insurance boy Co.); $449 5 piece Youth Avenue, Brandon plan. The farm is a way of life and income or off-farm property. In large part, that bedroom suite (2 colors). 7907 -----------------------------------usually the property in Iplace BUILDINGS Ppractice R O V I remains N C E - W D E when Comeconsidin and see generator, our friendly but it’s STEEL CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over experienced staff. been You in STEEL BUILDINGS… the family for generations, ering the succession processand despite the that’s wonʼt be disappointed. Sale ìMADNESS SALE!î All 400,000 weekly.ofCall so it’s natural to have significant emotionincreasereaders in the value farm assets. this newspaper NOW or email Hours: Mon-Fri 10-8, Sat 10-6 Buildings, All Models. Youʼll Over the last several decades, thousands al attachment to the farm. It’s important to for & Sun 12-5. Call KDL think weʼve gone MAD remember thatDEALS. the next generation of farms and valueatas 204-571-1971. details. have expanded in sizeFurniture Call Now andlikely get has a South similar your interest in what happens land and crop values increased global Ave., 660andHighland DEAL. Pioneer Steel 1-to -----------------------------------8 0 0 -demand 6 6 8 -reasonable 5 4 2 2 sidefarms of #1 Hwy., KDL Furnitureʼs the farm – but they markets expanded.ìLUCKY Today, many are Brandon. 13THî SALE MOBILE HOMES treatment when succession planning. valuedANNIVERSARY in millions of dollars. Extended 31! 5 New 16 x 80, 3 Bed,The 2 Bath. WANTED key is engaging in the dialogue and When until usingOctober the historical succession Limited stock available on Starting at $83,000. Altona FIREARMS. All types wanted, the process. As a family, take time single to dispractice with today’s farm values, it’s posselect products. BEST Mobile Homes, 1-800-582- estates, collections, cover the plan that fits you. My goal sible to have situations where a farming SAVINGS OF THE YEAR 4036, 1-204-324-6776 Email: items, military. We handleisallto and educate on the child10-60% gets theoff $10-million and non- facilitate, coach from all store farm paperwork and families transportation. -----------------------------------Licensedwhich in turnDealer. products. Enter our split $1000 allows farming children the benefits of a process of discovery, 1 . transition 8 6 6 . 9 of 6 0the . 0business 0 4 5 draw. No purchase required. them toSRI plan the $500,000 life insurance policyCLEARANCE and various of in-stock A few of the HOT SPECIALS: mobile homes. Only 3 homes and of the wealth in a way that best suits other non-farming assets. $699 Beautyrest Queen 3î Is that fair? One thing it certainly is, is the dynamics of their family. I don’t play a conundrum.It’s time to consider true and the role of telling them the right answers. effective alternatives for transition plan- There are technical answers, but finding the ning for farmers. It’s also imperative for balance between fair and equal and the path farm owners to have open and transpar- to achieving that– requires the family to engage in a process of discovery together. ent conversations with their children and(204)483-2070 Phone • Fax (204)522-3648 For more information, contact Bob farm succession planning teams in order PAg, FEA, Family Business Advisor to come up with effective succession plans Tosh, that account for everyone involved (or not at 306.665.6766 or

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