December 31, 1985 - November 29, 2017
MAGAN LYNN KERR
It is with extremely heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of our precious daughter, sister, sister-in-law and friend, Magan Lynn Koutecky on November 29, 2017.
Magan was born in Thompson, Manitoba on December 31st, 1985, where she attended Burntwood, Juniper and R.D. Parker schools, she then went on to further her schooling in Ontario, where she achieved her paralegal degree, and further went on to achieve and obtain her real estate license within the city of Winnipeg.
Magan had a zest for life, she lit up any room she walked into because of her one of a kind personality and her beauty. Magan always showed compassion and love to everyone she came across. Magan was always willing to lend a helping hand or offer support to the homeless and those in need or just anyone who needed a shoulder to cry on. She truly had a heart of gold. Magan was a sincere animal lover and proud owner of her two dogs, Harley and Kibbles, as well as her cat, Holiday.
She will be sadly missed by her husband Andrew Kerr and step-son Drew; mother-in-law Georgina Dodd and father-in-law Glenn; brother-in-law Randy Kerr; sister-in-law Katie Loney and nephew Carson. She will be missed also by her mother, Debbie Bowser; fathers Brent Koutecky and Steven Bowser Sr.; grandmother Ollie Koutecky; brother and sister-in-law Alex and Stefanie Skoropata; brother Bradley Koutecky; sister Melissa Bowser; step-brother Cory Bowser and step sister Christina Bowser; her beloved nieces Sierra and Savanah and nephew, Shaiden; along with her soul sisters Jamie Matechuk, Megan Caleo, Cassie Suru and Dorothy Young; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.
Magan was predeceased by her grandfather Milton Koutecky, grandparents Edward and Clara Lundrigan, step-brother Steven Bowser Jr., Auntie Ann Power, and uncles Dave and Edward Lundrigan.
Magan will forever be loved and terribly missed.
A memorial service to celebrate Magan’s life, followed by a luncheon, will be held at the Salvation Army Church, 305 Thompson Drive, Thompson Manitoba, on Saturday, December 30th 2017 at 2:30 pm.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made online to the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba or The Humane Society of Manitoba.
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