WENDY KATHLEEN HAGUE
March 26, 1954 - August 26, 2022
Wendy passed away August 26, 2022. She is survived by her husband Ab; her sons, Adam (Sarah) and Jesse (Elizabeth); her four precious little grandboys, Owen, Oliver, Thomson, and Baker; her sister Barbara; and her niece Tyler (Matthew, grandnieces Esmay and Theodora).
Wendy was so proud of her family and all they accomplished. She was their number one fan, supporter, and protector.
Wendy was a “giver”. She was so generous with her love for her family and her friends and always had time to support those many important people who were close to her. She created the best dinners, the best birthdays, the best Christmases, the best “coming home” visits for her family.
Ab and Wendy had fabulous trips around the world as a couple as well as with their “travel group” of friends. Wendy’s comedic recounting of those trips had all rolling their eyes and laughing. Her “getaways” with her girlfriends and “girl family” were truly memorable. She was the leader of the “shoppers” pack.
Wendy was just “cool”. She was on top of every new trend whether it was good restaurants, new home designs, or new food directions. She loved the challenge of creating new experiences for friends, family, or dinner group. Her home reflected her exquisite taste and everyone liked to gather there with her and Ab.
Wendy started her professional career in 1976 at what was then The Society for Children with Disabilities, and then moved on to Family Services of Winnipeg, the Daycare office with the provincial government, and lastly to Great West Life. She developed many warm and lasting friendships at work over the years.
Wendy will be lovingly remembered by so many. Sadly, her health over the past two years robbed her of those new opportunities and adventures she had been looking forward to. Even when she was so unwell, she made others a priority.
The family would like to thank Dr. M. Guaranda for always being available to Wendy.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Friday September 16, 2-4pm at The Winnipeg Art Gallery (300 Memorial Boulevard, Winnipeg).
In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to a charity of your choice.
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