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Memorable Manitobans: Emmanuel Victor Edmond “Ed” Emond (1917-2000)


Born at Oak Lake on 23 December 1917, he graduated from St. Paul’s College in 1939. He taught in communities around rural Manitoba, including Deleau School (1942-1944), Beulah School (1944-1945), and The Landing School (1945-1946) before settling at CFB Shilo in 1951, where he taught and was Principal of Princess Elizabeth School (1959-1966). He received a BEd degree from the University of Manitoba (1959) and retired in 1981 as Superintendent of Shilo schools. He died at Brandon on 15 November 2000.


“U convocation on Wednesday,” Winnipeg Free Press, 19 May 1960, page 25.

When the West was Bourne: A History of Westbourne and District, 1860 to 1985 by Westbourne-Longbourne History, 1985, page 582.

Obituary, Brandon Sun, 23 November 2000, page 21.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 28 May 2021

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