Judith Coreen Camire
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April 4, 1946 – August 4, 2020
It is with Immeasurable sadness that we announce the loss of Judith (Judy) Coreen Camire (nee Robbins) She passed away on August 4, 2020. She was born on April 4, 1946 in Winnipeg, MB.
Judy is survived by her son Rick (Shannon); sisters Lois (Frank); and Arlene; brother-in-law Armand; sisters-in-law Lillian (Jack); sisters-in-law Margaret and Donna Camire. Numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, family and friends.
Judy was predeceased by her husband Raymond (Bud) Camire; parents Kenneth and Dorthy Robbins; brother James Robbins; In-law(s) Raymond and Rose Camire; brother-in-law(s) Ron Van Achte and Gerry Falk; Camire-in-law(s) Ronald and Jimmy; sisters-in-law Lucille and Eva.
Judy will be remembered for her talkative nature (which her son inherited from her).
She had absolute talent and craftiness. She did everything to perfection. As a young girl she had great talent in roller skating and ice skating. When married she took up crafts and this was to perfection. She gave great attention to her intricate details with petit point, crochet and knitting not to mention her incredible seamstress works. She was a giving individual who made pet blankets to donate to a shelter as well as many baby blankets that will be treasured. Her baking was Wow just WOW so absolutely yummy. She did everything to absolute perfection.
She was, as we teased an organized hoarder. Everything in her home was in perfect order and organized beyond belief. If you needed something she would most likely find it or make it for you. She was an incredible and amazing woman.
She was such an incredibly strong and independent woman. She has been fighting this last fight with no medication of any kind aside from the odd tylenol. She didn’t want you to help her as she could do it herself as she was capable right to the end. She had her wits and humor as sharp and quick as anyone. She was such a character.
Special thanks to her good friends Herda and Arlene, who provided so much support, care, transportation and help for her since she has been living without Bud. As well as her best friend and sister Lois who spoke with her every day, sometimes up to three times a day.
Special thanks as well to the staff of Cancer Care Manitoba as they were a constant in her life for the past 10 years. Thank you to the nurses and staff from Palliative Care for the last few months.
Judy’s wishes were that there is to be no funeral service for her. A private graveside service will be conducted at a later date for her immediate family.
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