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Carrol Simm



(née UNGER)

March 26, 1957 – November 6, 2022

After a brief illness at St. Boniface Hospital, Carrol passed away with her husband at her side in the early hours of November 6, 2022 prior to her passing her family was at her side.


Carrol was predeceased by her parents Ben and Alvena Unger, her brother Gordon, and in laws David and Betty Simm.


Carrol is survived by her loving husband of 22 years Rick Simm and her Baby Boy George the Parrot, her twin sister Dale King and sister Sherry Moodie (Randy), sister in laws Wanda and Lola, numerous Aunts, Uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins, her long-time friend Sally and  Liam who helped them with stuff around the yard and the house.


Carrol worked for a number of years for Petroleum Branch of the Province of Manitoba.


Carrol and Rick lived for a number of years in Lorrette, making lots of friends. They would hold an annual fish fry with their friends and neighbours.  Carrol loved to fish even though she was allergic to fish. Carrol enjoyed her yard and all her cement ornaments, Polar Bear Island, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and so many more. Carrol loved her above ground pool and would spend hours in it. Carrol’s laugh will be missed, George the Parrot could imitate the laugh perfectly. George was her baby and he meant everything to her. George will miss her.


The move to the city and into an apartment was a big adjustment for them for they needed more support for Rick. It didn’t take them long to make lots of friends in the block.


The last year was a real struggle for Carrol after her stroke. With the help of Rick’s Aunt Donna, Rick’s Uncle Rod and Rick’s cousin Kathy and all the homecare support they were able to stay in their apartment.


Donations can be made to Manitoba Heart & Stroke Foundation or Cancer Care Manitoba.


Funeral will be held on Friday, November 25, 2022 at 2:00 pm. at the Unitarian Church, 603 Wellington Crescent (N/W corner of Wellington and Academy)


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530 St, Mary Avenue - Winnipeg

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