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Dino Ludwick

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DEAN (DINO)
WALTER LUDWICK

December 29, 1970 – February 9, 2024

With heavy hearts, we announce the sudden passing of Dino at the age of 53, on February 9, 2024.


Dino’s memories will be cherished by his two children, his beautiful daughter Haiden and his son, “mini me” Jason. He is also survived by his three sisters; Brenda (Luis), Jo-Anne (Brian), Janice (Darrell); his nieces Tasha, Shay (Lars), Chrissy (Liam); nephew Ryan, great nephews Jack and Max; step-niece Paige (Rob), and step-nephew Dale; as well as Haiden’s boyfriend Jack and his family; and extended cousins, family and friends. 


He was predeceased by our mother, Marilyn Ludwick (Macduff), and our father, Rick Ludwick; numerous Aunts and Uncles, and recently our cousin Joseph Paul Stasynec, who held a special place in Dino’s heart.


In Regards to the Celebration of Life for Dino on March 7, 2024.


Casual dress is fine, as Dino was a casual kind of guy! Feel free to rep. your favourite hockey jersey in memory Dino! ♥


Centre Culturel Franco-Manitobain located at 340 Provencher Blvd. in the Jean-Paul Aubry Hall at 7:00pm.


The doors will open at 6:30 PM. There will be two entrances, the east side parking lot entrance, and the main entrance going past the Stella‘s restaurant to the Jean-Paul Aubry hall at the back of the facility. Service expected to start at 7pm, however might be delayed to 7:15 if people are still flowing in.


Two parking lots, and parking on Provencher Blvd. (Carpool if possible.)


Dino's family kindly requests that all of his friends and relatives take a few minutes to honour his memory by watching the photo-biography above. Please, also consider sharing your own photos, memories, and stories by making use of the comment section on this page.


ETHICAL DEATH CARE

Cremation & Life Celebrations

530 St. Mary Avenue - Winnipeg

204-421-5501 - www.ethicaldeathcare.com

Memories, Stories and Condolences

 

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Comments (16)
Guest
Mar 08

So beautiful, like your spirit Dino...so happy we knew you, so sad to lose you. <3 Kim and Laurette



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Mar 03

Thinking of Dino. Big smile and kind words. You would know if on his good side if you got a tease of kindness. He will be missed by many. Always enjoyed the company of Dino. Condolences to family and friends. RIP & God Bless.


Dan Lester

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Mar 01

LOVE YOU BROTHER,

YOU'LL BE MISSED,YOU HAVE IDEA BRA

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Mar 01

What an incredibly beautiful and touching tribute. Even though it's been a lifetime since all us kids played together over the summers I spent in Manitoba, I honestly think of all of you all the time. I will continue to cherish those memories of Dino ... and his amazing smile😂 My heartfelt condolences.

Tracy (from Toronto)

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Feb 26

What a beautiful tribute. Many years have past since the days of me being sent downstairs to bug Dino. He was one of the kindest cousins. Rest easy Dino


Tonya

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Feb 25

Beautiful tribute. May I ask what the name of that beautiful song is? My condolences.

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Feb 25
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Cooper Allan - never not Remember you ❤️

Our “aunty” Barb sent it to me and I felt it was the perfect❤️

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Feb 25

Dino-glad to have re connect again from the old school days of Robert Andrew’s. Being younger than us, I was in class with his sister and cousin. Dino and his buddies not far behind us at recess playing some type of tag/chase and horsing around. With lots of laughs, fun , silliness and great childhood memories. There are a few gone now from those early school days and good old East St Paul taking a bit of us and our memories with them. Until we meet again RIP. And my heartfelt sympathy to your family. Toni Ireland Raugust

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Feb 25
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Thank you Toni ❤️

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Feb 24

Dino Was an amazing person. He always put his family and friends before himself & he loved everyone unconditionally. I will forever remember all of our fond memories & crazy adventures from our lifetime of friendship. May you rest in peace, my dear friend, I miss you so much every day… xox

Forever in my heart buddy!

💙🤜🤛🙏🕊️😇

Love,

Kevin Vogel













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Feb 25
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Beautifully said ❤️

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Feb 24

Dino was such a salt of the earth guy -- loving, genuine and caring. So many memories of belly laughs, smiles and heartfelt hugs. His laugh was the best. If you needed an ear to listen or shoulder to lean on, he would not hesitate. He always remembered to contact me on my birthday even when we hadn't seen each other for awhile and it warmed my heart and brought a big smile to my face every single time. To see him with his children---you could just feel the huge pure love he felt for them. Being blessed to be with him and his family was always an awesome and memorable time. I will miss you terribly, my cousin and friend. Rest in peace. C

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Feb 24

I could write pages and pages of my memories with Dino. We became the best of friends at the age of 14 and never looked back. So many adventures, so many laughs, and our share of tears together as well. We both lost our moms at a young age and shared that pain. Even when we didn’t see each other for long periods, we would instantly pick up where we left off. Shed a lot of tears for you buddy. Say hello to Diane and Marilyn…see you again on those streets paved with gold. Love Reds.

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Feb 25
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❤️

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Feb 24

I remember seeing Dino around school in the Robert andrews days. He ended up in my class in grade 8 and he we got to know each other a little bit and he was always super nice to me and made me feel like I wasn't a weirdo. He was always smiling and joking around and having loads of fun. I never had anything bad to say about Dino. He was such an awesome, kind, caring guy. No matter where he is he will be wrapping his arms around every single person who knew him and hugging them forever. No one will ever forget him. Everyone who knew Dino will have alot of the same best things to say about him. I wish we could go back in time and bring him back but all we can do is keep him in hearts and remember the best. My heart, prayers, condolences go out to all the ludwick clan and his kids. I will shed tears once in awhile but I'll have nothing but great memories. RIP Dino.😢😢🙏🙏😇 Rachel cherwinski

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Feb 25
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Thank you Rachel ❤️❤️

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