Mrs. Rose Bilinski

Mrs. Rose Bilinski

Saturday, August 26th, 1922 - Wednesday, April 28th, 2021
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Obituary

Of Pioneer Ridge, formally of Marlborough Road, passed away, peacefully on Wednesday, April 28.

Rose was born, raised and educated in Fort William. She was married to the late William (Bill) Bilinski.

She will be lovingly remembered by her family, her daughter Fran (Don) Caddo; grandchildren Allan (Jackie), Terry (Donna) and Kevin (Shelley); great grandchildren Trevor, Chelsea, TJ, Olivia, Drew and Max; as well as nieces, nephews, cousins and other relatives.

She was predeceased by her loving husband Bill in 1984; mother and father; sister Helen Mazurski; sister Mary Osadchuk and nephew Harry Plumpton.

She was a long time member of St. Paul's United Church and the focus of her entire life was her family. She spent countless hours helping her husband with the family business. She enjoyed gardening, baking, knitting, bowling, curling, and also playing cards. She loved picking blueberries and wild mushrooms with her late husband. She took great pleasure in having her family over for many wonderful dinners.

A private graveside service will be held at Riverside Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to EVEREST FUNERAL CHAPEL, 299 Waverley Street at Algoma.

If friends so desire, donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation.

We would like to express our gratitude to the staff of Jasper Place for 28 years of kindness and support.
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    Private Family Graveside Services
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    Location
    Riverside Cemetery
    Address
    800 Oliver Road
    THUNDER BAY, ON
    Thunder Bay North, Oliver Road across from Lakehead University
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Georgette Rawlings

Posted at 02:39pm
What a great lady she was!! I met Rose when my mother, Ellen Parkin, moved to Jasper Place and was fortunate to have Rose as her lunch companion. When I would drive into Tbay to visit my mom I always went to the dining room so I could see her and Marg, along with my mother. We had lots of good conversations and laughter. I loved Rose's passion for sports and we both agreed Kevin Martin was our favourite skip. She also was an ardent baseball fan- and she made us chuckle when she would relate the "stupid mistakes" a player would make. After my mom passed away, if I got to the city I would stop in at lunch time. Her face always lit up when I came and I got the biggest and warmest hug. Unfortunately my visits got less and less- and I missed seeing her. But, I have beautiful memories of a grand lady.
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Betty Shubaly

Posted at 12:57pm
My sincere sympathy to Fran, Don and family on the loss of your loving Mom. I remember her beautiful smile whenever we met. She was a special lady.
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