Ivan Madahbee

Died: Wed., Dec. 25, 2019

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In Loving Memory of
Ivan Madahbee
February 22, 1933- December 25, 2019

Ivan Madahbee a member of Aundeck Omini Kaning passed away peacefully at the Wikwemikong Nursing Home, on Wednesday December 25, 2019 at the age of 86.

Born to Mary Louise (nee Corbiere) and Peter Madahbee on February 22, 1933.  
Survived by loving wife Ursula Madahbee and common-law partner Lisa Belleau.  

Father of Melvin (Melvina), Georgina (Don), Dan (Lori, predeceased), Robert (Gina), Cecil (Caroline), Raymond (Sheila), Richard, Andrew (predeceased), Eddie (predeceased), Valene Belleau, Krista Belleau and special grandson Adam Madahbee.

Survived by siblings Anne Bayer, Archie Madahbee, Pat Madahbee, Patsy Corbiere, Anita Panamick and predeceased by 8 sisters and 3 brothers.
Grandfather and uncle to many.
Ivan was an avid hunter and fisherman. He loved the outdoors. He was a fishing guide for 17 years at Errington’s Wilderness Resort. He worked for the Canadian Pacific Railway for 10 years.

Memorial Service to be held in the spring.

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Gail Ellis
   Posted Wed January 01, 2020
I wish you comfort during your sorrow. The Bible gives a real hope that your loved one will soon come back to life in a peaceful paradise on the earth. (John 5:28, 29)

Lynn and Dave
   Posted Wed January 01, 2020
Raymond and Sheila, so sorry to hear of your loss.😢 Our heartfelt condolences.

bryanna owl-madahbee
   Posted Wed January 01, 2020
ill miss you great papa Ivan least you’ll be at peace now with my grandma lori condolences to my family love use all

Anita and Jimmy Panamick
   Posted Thu January 02, 2020
My sincere condolences to my Brother Ivan’s immediate Family, this is such a sad time as Ivan so loved his outdoor life of fishing , hunting , working at the lodge as a fishing guide, will miss his big smile and such a gentle man, will miss our visits, the stories of past and present. Baamaapii Ivan

George and Terri Smetana
   Posted Tue January 07, 2020
Ivan my friend, I was very saddened by the news of your passing. I always looked forward to spending time with you on my yearly visit to Lake Wabatongushi. I looked forward to our daily fishing trips and spending time with you in the boat or when you came to visit us in our cabin.

I remember our walk to Agawa Bay to see the pictographs of Mishipeshu.

Your knowledge of life and your stories have stayed with me since our first meeting and will always be with me. I can honestly say that I considered you a very special friend.

I will never forget you or that great smile of yours! I will truly miss you my friend...rest in peace Ivan!

George, Terri and Tony


George and Terri Smetana
   Posted Sun January 12, 2020
Ivan my friend, I was very saddened by the news of your passing. I always looked forward to spending time with you on my yearly visit to Lake Wabatongushi. I looked forward to our daily fishing trips and spending time with you in the boat or when you came to visit us in our cabin.

I remember our walk to Agawa Bay to see the pictographs of Mishipeshu.

Your knowledge of life and your stories have stayed with me since our first meeting and will always be with me. I can honestly say that I considered you a very special friend.

I will never forget you or that great smile of yours! I will truly miss you my friend...rest in peace Ivan!

George, Terri and Tony


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