Marjorie Bojarski

BOJARSKI: On November 6, 2021, with her family by her side, Marjorie Katherine Bojarski left this world and joined her loved ones in Heaven. Marjorie was born on June 29, 1951 in Brandon, Manitoba.  She was raised in the one and only family home on the North Hill with many of her aunts, uncles and cousins living on the same street. It made for great fun having so many playmates and family get togethers at her fingertips.  Marjorie was educated at St. Augustine‚Äôs School, Central School and Earl Haig. Little did she know that the strapping young man, sitting behind her desk in class, would later become the love of her life and husband of 52 years. Marjorie and Leo were married on June 29, 1969 and they never looked back. In the early years, Marjorie was a stay at home Mom and loved and cared for their only son Dennis. As Dennis grew older, Marjorie ventured into the workforce and settled in with a career at the Brandon Mental Health Centre working in the laundry and then later moving into the stores.  She took great pride in her work and was respected for her meticulous attention to detail and her ability to get the job done well. Marjorie and Leo both had a sense of adventure which led to multiple family road trips through Canada and the U.S. When not driving somewhere, they flew to Hawaii or cruised the Caribbean. Their experiences ranged from catching and cooking their own supper to five star dining, all of which were equally appreciated and enjoyed. Marjorie is survived by her husband, Leo Bojarski; son, Dennis Bojarski; brother, Tom Adamski (Louise); sister, Julie Hughes (Darren); niece, Paula Canart (Clayton) and nephews, Aiden and Noah Hughes. She was predeceased by her parents, Tom and Ramona Adamski, mother in law, Vera Bojarski and father in law, Frank Bojarski. Marjorie, you are cherished and we couldn't possibly love you more.  We miss you but take comfort in knowing that you are pain free and with Mom and Dad. We wish to thank friends and family for all of the kind messages, food, and shared warm memories of Marjorie. It has truly made this experience more bearable for our family.