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Christine Comegan

Christine "Qway" Comegan (Prince)

Saturday, December 23rd, 1933 - Tuesday, March 30th, 2021
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Obituary

It is with sad hearts that the family of Christine Comegan announce her sudden passing on Tuesday March 30, 2021.
Christine was born on December 23, 1933 to Albert and Mary Prince. She was one of eight children.
Christine was a Jingle Dress dancer all her life. She often took both Christina and Vanessa to the Pow Wow circuits in Manitoba and Ontario. She made many friends in those circles and maintained strong ties to them like family. Many of her friends came to love and greatly respect her and they would pick her up and take her to go to their communities for the pow wow. She had strong traditional values and beliefs of the Anishinaabe way of life. Prior to being placed into Residential School, she practiced her Anishinaabe ways as a young woman and returned to Anishinaabe way of life after returning from the school. She loved all her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Christine was also very fond of all her family, relatives and many friends. She was especially proud of her granddaughter Daphne Comegan and she was looking forward to seeing her granddaughter graduate from the University of Manitoba
Faculty of Law this coming May 2021. She knew that her younger grandchildren would break the cycle of residential schools.
Christine is predeceased by her parents Albert and Mary Prince (Shebagegit) her son Barry Comegan, her brothers Alfred Prince, Napoleon Prince and Stanley Prince and her sisters Margaret Mosher and Sara Prince, her nephew Harry Prince (Windego) and her niece Dorothy Prince, and her beloved Granddaughter Christina Zillmer-Comegan whom she raised from the age of ten months old.
Christine is survived by her sons Garry Comegan (Rose Marie Lands), Douglas Comegan, and Brian Comegan. Grandchildren: Clayton John Simons, Daphne Comegan, Rachel Lands, Bradley Comegan, Joshua Morrison, Julia Carlson, Vanessa Doerksen, Tamara Harry, Barry Major, Kayla Major, and Jackson Mecas. Great Grandchildren: Angel Houle, Domonique Emily Raven Simons and Shirese Ferland, Caiden Mason, Fallon Lands, Dallas Comegan, Alex Comegan, Adrian Morrison and Chloe Morrison. Brothers Walter Prince (Rose Quedent) and children; Leslie Prince, Lindsay Prince, Wesley Prince, Barbara Prince, and Deanna Prince. Nephews and nieces Isaac Prince, Ron Mosher, Albert Handorgan, Raymond, Marvin, John, David and Todd Prince and nieces Brenda and Marla Prince, Judy, Deborah, Margaret, and Marilyn Jack, Darlene, Lynn and Crystal Prince.
Thank you to Pallbearers: Boniface James Mason, Lindsay Prince, Fallon Lands, Jackson Prince, Julian Shebagegit & Mick Copenace. Thank you also to helpers: Pole Carrier - Leslie Prince, Junior Spruce and Tom Copenace and Medewin Helpers: Hazel Prince, Dorothy Copenace, Patricia Copenace & Ron Kelly.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Friday, April 2nd, 2021 |
    When
    Friday, April 2nd, 2021
    Location
    Onigaming First Nation/Mikinaak School
    Address
    Nestor Falls
    NESTOR FALLS, ON P0X 1K0
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    Notes
    Visitation has been cancelled due to Covid.
  • Service

    Saturday, April 3rd, 2021 | 10:00am
    When
    Saturday, April 3rd, 2021 10:00am
    Location
    Onigaming First Nation/Mikinaak School
    Address
    Nestor Falls
    NESTOR FALLS, ON P0X 1K0
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Notes
    A traditional service will be held Saturday April 3, 2021 from 10 a.m. Covid restrictions on attendance and covid health measures will be observed.

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Valerie Windego-Malaluan

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My sincere condolences to the family. Rest In Peace grandma. The few times I meet you were warm friendly and welcoming, I will always remember you.
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