Pauline Frances Cameron
Passed on October 24, 2019
June 3, 1931 – October 24, 2019 It is with sadness that we must announce the passing of a remarkable woman. Born in Tebay, England to Scottish parents, Mom was extremely proud of her Scottish heritage and recounted tales of her travels to the Highlands with her father. As a family we were lucky to travel with Mom to Scotland and England. Mom took her nursing training at Westminster Hospital, London, England & then 2-part Midwifery in Edinburgh Scotland. Nursing opened many doors taking her to various Canadian provinces, Southern Sudan with CUSO, remote Northern communities & the Arctic. In retirement, Mom was an avid quilter and we’re all so lucky to have quilts made by her. Pauline is survived by her daughters Frances Frederickson (Bob) and Farida Barber. Grandchildren Kris Frederickson (Sara), Ainsley Scibak(Charlie) and Tara Peaker. Greatgrandchildren, Nora, Henry, Scarlett Frederickson & baby Scibak. Mom is also survived by many relatives in Scotland and England. The family would like to thank Palliative Care, Home Care, Amanda Hopps NP extraordinaire, Sue Pearn & George Borrett who all helped allow Mom to pass away at home. Mom’s wish was to make a final journey to Scotland where a celebration of her life will be held next summer. Mom believed no one should be homeless. Donations can be made to the Main Street Project, 75 Martha St., Winnipeg.
Belated ,however very sincere condolences to Fran , Bob , Kris , Ainsley ,& families , During my last few years I curled with Fran , we chatted about mom’s interesting nursing career & her hobbies . I admired mom’s & grandma’s spirited character & courage . You are all fortunate to have had her in your lives .
Marianne & Ed Cherniak
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