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Private funeral service will take place at Wiebe Funeral Home, Winkler. Interment to follow at the Reinfeld Cemetery. Donations may be made in Abe's memory to the BTHC Foundation designated to the Dialysis Unit.

 Abraham (Abe P) Wall
1936 ~ 2020
 

Abe P Wall aged 84 of Winkler, MB passed away on Friday November 27, 2020 at Boundary Trails Health Centre. He was the husband of Elisabeth Wall and they shared 60 years of marriage. 

He was born in Mexico on April 25, 1936 to Peter and Elisabeth Wall. He was employed by Kroeker Farms for many years. He also worked at Penner Foods, Co-op, Eden and Enns Court. He enjoyed being the caretaker of the Zion Church with his wife, Elisabeth. He had a great sense of humor. For example, his sons, Jim and Cornie wanted a three-wheeler when they were younger. Dad said they couldn’t have a three-wheeler, but they could have a four-wheeler. The next day, he came home with a push mower. He passed on his love for hockey to some of his kids and grandkids. We remember going to may Flyers and Royals games. He still enjoyed watching his Toronto Maple Leafs and the Jets. He always had to have the biggest of everything, the biggest cabbage, the biggest watermelon, the biggest bonfires and the biggest cars. Our dad had a very soft heart for dogs. That was definitely a benefit to us, his kids. Growing up, we couldn’t ever remember not having a pet dog. His last wish was for his whole family to join him in Heaven one day. 

He is survived by his wife, Elisabeth, four sons, four daughters: Mary (Pete) Hildebrandt, Pete Wall, John (Lori) Wall, Liz (John) Wall, Tina (Al) Derksen, Sadie (Mark) Enns, (Amanda Wall), Cornie (Mary) Wall, Bob (Sabrina) Wall, 27 grandkids and 12 great grandkids. He was predeceased by his parents, his parents-in-law, one brother, two sisters, his son, Jim in April 2020 and one granddaughter. 

A private funeral service with interment at the Reinfeld Cemetery. Donations may be made in Abe’s memory to the BTHC Foundation designated to the Dialysis Unit, who became his second family for the last four years. Thank you to the staff at the rehab ward, who made his last few days as comfortable as possible. Thank you to Pastor Henry and Esther Penner and Pastor Bill and Linda Thiessen. Thank you to Dr. Dreyer for the many years of care and a big thank you to Wiebe Funeral Home for their kind and compassionate care. 

Wiebe Funeral Home, Winkler

In care of arrangements

wiebefuneralhomes.com

 
 
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