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July 10, 1929 ~ October 5, 2023 (age 94) 94 Years Old
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Beryl Irene Stokotelny (Green) passed away at the Dauphin Personal Care Home with loved ones by her side on October 5th, 2023, at the age of 94 years.
Beryl was born July 10th, 1929, in Gilbert Plains, MB to Emily and Vernon Green. When Beryl was younger, her and her older brother Jim moved with her parents to Tuberose, SK where later her mother had her younger brothers Bob, Lyle, Floyd, and Billy. Beryl always talked about how she had to walk or ride her horse 5 miles there and back to get to school from the farm.
When Beryl graduated from high school she moved back to Dauphin, MB where she started her schooling to become a nurse. This is when she met the love of her life William (Bill) Stokotelny. Beryl always said she chose Sticky (Bill) because he had the nicest car in town. This proved to be true because the happy couple married on May 31, 1950, in Winnipeg. Beryl and Bill resided in Dauphin where they raised their family of six children; Mary-Lynne, Bruce, Trevor, Lyle, Bob and Debbie.
Beryl was a stay-at-home mom until she started her career as a Kitchen Helper in 1971 at the Dauphin Regional Comprehensive Secondary School. Later on, she was then promoted as the Bakery Teacher where she shared her love of baking with her students. Beryl spent many years working and running the concession at the DMCC Rink with Sticky. They had lots of laughs and fond memories of everyone that came and helped in the concession.
Beryl loved the game of BINGO and never missed a Wednesday night where she went and played with her bingo friends. Beryl and Sticky used to venture to the Casinos for the day to gamble. Beryl enjoyed gardening, knitting, baking, and cooking, Beryl was always well known for her butter tarts, and cinnamon buns. She loved hosting family suppers during the holidays. Beryl loved spending time with her family, it brought her so much joy.
Beryl was predeceased by her husband William (Bill) Stokotelny; her parents Emily and Vernon Green; her brothers Jim, Bob, Lyle, and Floyd; her sister in-laws Bev Green, Mary Green, Iona Green, Chris Green, and Sophie Stokes; her brother in-laws Jerry Hutchinson and Fred Stokes; her in-laws Stephen and Mary Stokotelny.
Those she leaves to cherish her memory are her six children Mary-Lynne (Paul), Bruce (Wendy), Trevor (Kathy), Lyle (Kathy), Bob (Lynn), Debbie; Grandchildren Jeff and Michelle, Travis and Tara, Kelly and Brent, Britney and Luke, Jasmine, and Kaylie and 14 great grandchildren and 2 great-great grandchildren. Also surviving is her brother Billy (Joanne); her in-laws Helen Hutchinson and Elaine Lunsted as well as many special nieces and nephews and other extended family members and friends. Beryl will also be leaving her loving memories with her dog Buzz.
Should friends so desire, donations in memory of Beryl Stokotelny may be made to the Alzheimer’s Society or to a charity of one’s choice.
A Celebration of Beryl's life was held on Saturday, October 14th, at 11:00 A.M. from the Mountain View Christian Assembly with Pastor Scott Allen officiating.
Should friends so desire, donations in Beryls memory may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Manitoba, or to a charity of one's choice.
The service was live streamed for those unable to attend, and can be viewed here