Jeannine McGregor

June 18, 1940 - May 10 2016

Passed away peacefully at Whitehorse General Hospital with her

husband at her side.

Jeannine was born in Saskatchewan and moved to Vancouver with her

parents age 7, then at 19 years of age moved to Victoria when after 13

years came to the Yukon where she lived her past 43 years. She loved all

that the Yukon stood for.

She leaves behind husband Alex Kmyta, and his son Ray (Shannon),

daughters Sheila and Debbie, as well she leaves behind her daughter Carolyn,

sons Colin (Linden) and Dean, brother Glen Seaborn (Calgary), and

grandchildren Amanda, Brennan and Hannah. She will be dearly missed.

She loved her job with YTG of 26 years, and she loved her retirement.

Mostly she loved the people she called her friends and family, and we

loved her.

The family thanks Dr. Chau for his excellent care and commitment to

Jeannine and her wishes. We thank the doctors and nurses at WGH ICU

and ED for their support and thank home nursing care for their support.

We invite all who wish to come to attend a celebration of Jeannine’s life,

Thursday, May 19, 2016, 2-4pm at Mt. Mac Recreation Centre,

1 Sumanik Drive, Whitehorse, Yukon.

2 Comments

  1. Carolyn Black

    Goodbye to a caring, lovely person, and condolences to all the family with Love from Carolyn in Victoria, BC.
    Thanking the Whitehorse community including Chris and staff at Heritage North Funeral Home, Cindy and staff at Java Connection, Sandy at Mt Mac, Canada Games venue booking staff, Plantation Flowers staff, Jens Nielsen speaker, and the Great Hank Karr singer, songwriter, who all made for a memorable Celebration of Life event for family and friends.

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    • Trish Evans

      I will miss Jeannine. She was an incredible lady!

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