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CORRINNE BOURGEOIS-THIBERT and MARK THIBERT

Date of Passing: Jan 30, 2021

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CORRINNE BOURGEOIS-THIBERT
and
MARK THIBERT

Unexpectedly on January 30, 2021, Mark Thibert and Corrinne Bourgeois-Thibert passed away, both at the age of 52 years.
A virtual service is scheduled for Saturday, February 13, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. (noon).
If family and friends wish to honour their memory, donations can be made to the Manitoba Metis Federation, 150 Henry Ave., Winnipeg, MB R3B 0J7, 204-586-8474.
To participate in the live-stream virtual service please see www.neilbardalinc.com under their joint obituary notice.

NEIL BARDAL
FUNERAL CENTRE
204-949-2200
neilbardalinc.com

As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 09, 2021

Condolences & Memories (9 entries)

  • Many fond memories of growing up around the Bourgeois family. Life was different back then the gathering playing with cousins you don't forget memories like that. There no words for the loss there experiencing our heart felt condolences go out to the families in this difficult time. Big hugs to all of them >3 - Posted by: Julie and Jim Fleming (Cousins) on: Feb 13, 2021

  • Many fond memories of growing up around the Bourgeois family. Life was different back then the gathering playing with cousins you don't forget memories like that. There no words for the loss there experiencing our heart felt condolences go out to the families in this difficult time. Big hugs to all of them >3 - Posted by: Julie and Jim Fleming (Cousins) on: Feb 13, 2021

  • Hi I had the pleasure of getting to know Corrinne & worked with her for quite a few years on the job she was doing just before her passing, I also met her husband Mark a few times during our company Christmas parties & staff get togethers & he was so kind & pleasant to talk to. She always had a warm smile and a kind word for everyone & enjoyed her work, i remember how excited she was when she said she was going to a bomber game and always wore her jersey & dyed her hair blue & gold or festival du voyager among the many other things she loved to do like Karaoke. Will miss you Corrinne. My prayers & sincere condolences go out to both their families in this difficult time. Rest in peace Corrinne & Mark. - Posted by: Craig C (Co worker ) on: Feb 13, 2021

  • I had worked with Mark and Corrine at RBC. Both were kind hearted, very humerous. They loved live and each other very much. - Posted by: Darlene Beaumont (Co workers) on: Feb 13, 2021

  • Like everyone, I very sad to hear about Corrine and Mark. They were always smiling and came over to chat when they saw I was in town visiting my mom. I am very grateful for their friendship with my family and for looking in on my mom and helping her around the yard, especially last year when Mark rebuilt her shed. Mark would only accept money for the materials no matter how much I insisted we pay him for all his time. He said my mom was part of the family and he couldn't take money from her! I will remember that kindness. - Posted by: Wayne Podolsky (Neighbour) on: Feb 10, 2021

  • I was shocked and saddened by the news that my wonderful neighbours had passed away. They lived across the lane from me for over 20 years and were part of the community. I will miss their kindness and spending time with them, especially seeing them outside in the summer. My family and I are thinking about them, their family and friends and offer our deepest condolences. - Posted by: Eva Podolsky (Neighbour) on: Feb 10, 2021

  • Hello. I used to work with Mark in food service at the University College kitchen and again when I started on grounds. Mark was always smiling and playing jokes on people. A favourite was the fake spider in the box. But for such a big guy he had a soft side too. One time he found a tiny bat and took it home to care for it. It really made an impression one me that he was such an animal lover. I had no idea. Another time we were working cleaning out the bush between the hospital and the UM. It amazed me to see Mark’s strength! I think he was the strongest person on grounds ( or perhaps at the UM). I’m sure most will agree with me. He was larger than life and will leave an empty space in the group and in life for all who knew him that can never be filled. - Posted by: Samantha Tomchuk (Work) on: Feb 10, 2021

  • Once again Fred, my condolences to you and your family. May Corrinne and Mark rest in peace. - Posted by: Bradley Pisiak (high school classmate and friend of Corrinne's brother Fred) on: Feb 09, 2021

  • We were lucky enough to know and work with Corrinne and Mark at the RBC Convention Centre. Such a fun couple. They enjoyed everything to the fullest and gave their all in everything they did. Our deepest condolences to family members and friends. - Posted by: D & A Schneider (friends) on: Feb 09, 2021

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