“Shatters the Negative Spirit Woman”
With family by her side our beloved wife, mother, sister, kunshie, great-kunshie and aunt started her
journey to the spirit world. Grace shared her life with her husband of 42 years Dave Neepin and her only
daughter Caroline Hall an adopted daughter Lisa Chatkana. Also step daughter Roberta Wood.
Granddaughter Dawn Rose Hall and grandson Keith Hall. Grace also cherished and dearly loved her
special granddaughters Deana with whom she called “Banana” and Dacia who she also lovingly referred
to as “little lady”. Also one very special great granddaughter Winona Rae Loon Hall.
Grace also leaves to cherish her memory her mother-in-law Mary Neepin and sisters and brothers
Margaret Murdock (Ernest), Norman Chatkana, Gladys Jourdain and Greg Chatkana. Brothers-in-law;
George Neepin (Maria), Allen Neepin, Sisters-in-law; Elizabeth Fetterley (Ron), Lillian Hickey and
Grace was predeceased by her parents Alice and Amos Demas and father-in-law John Neepin
Grace had a great love of nature and while travelling she would often look out the window and enjoy the
scenery and animals that both Dave and she saw. She also loved walking. Taking long walks with Dave
was one of her special past times.
Even though Grace was going through hard times with her health she always wanted the best for others.
Making sure that you were fed and comfortable and well cared for regardless of herself and her struggles.
We would like to say thank you to all the family, friends and visitors that came to be with us at this time.
Words cannot express what your presence has done for us. Grace will be truly missed and is truly loved.
1952 – October 30th
Pallbearers - Keith Hall, Jamie Jourdain, George Neepin and nephews.
Honourary pallbearers – Clifford Demas, Leona Chaske and Allen Neepin
Funeral Service – Thursday November 6th
, 2014 at 10:00a.m Aboriginal Funeral Chapel 724 Selkirk
Officiating – Daly de Gagne
Interment – Brookside Cemetery
“We mourned for her in silence, no eyes can see us weep, But many a silent tear is shed while
others are asleep. God knows how much I miss her never shall her memory fade, loving thoughts shall
ever wander to the spot where she is laid.”