Memorial Service notes
Pastor Ken Stoesz
Nick was a sharp debater. I enjoyed meeting with him
Marlene Stoesz song Great is Thy Faithfulness
Come O Fount
Obituary Jeff Bell
Dad was eccentric and happy
His last 7 years were hard for him as he battled cancer
1972 he married mom and they served as youth leaders. Became CA in 78
He paid attention to detail and was a good negotiator. He put us to us work.
He loved games. He never let us win. He taught us how to play.
He loved movies. He loved fishing.
Taught us to be enterprising.
Did a lot of travelling.
Europe and Africa. Camping and Tanzania. He took us on trips Heidi couldn't afford.
He played jokes on us.
He loved to eat. Including McDonald's.
Went fishing often.
He loved to tell stories with purpose.
Dad had a heart for Jesus and the gospel. Never too busy to pray.
CoLed CBMC and gave away 100s of LifeLight's How to Find God New Treatments
Slide show with lots of family pictures.
Solo There is a Balm in Gilead by Marni Enns
Scripture reading Len DeFehr
Visited Nick in hospital. Was an experience. He should have been a professor. He had so many answers. Proverbs 3.5 Trust God from the bottom of the heart
Romans 8 Nothing will ever separate us from God
Song How Great Thou Art
Meditation Pastor Ken Stoesz
He celebrated the joys of life.
Trust in the Lord. The word trust is a tricky word. Hard to attain easy to lose.
A mountain is hard to climb but one small slip and it's all over.
Trust with the whole heart. Put all your chips with God.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart; do not depend on your own understanding. Seek his will in all you do, and he will show you which path to take.
Proverbs 3:5-6 NLT
The world tells us to put your trust in yourself. Your friends. Your job. That will fail us.
The Lord is the name of God. He hears our prayers. Remember who He is. He is faithful. He is so for you that he died to save you. Nick wasn't perfect. Romans 8 Jesus reconciled us to the Father. We forgive because we have been forgiven. Nothing can separate us from the Love of God.
Why are some church goers so sad? Trusting Jesus brings joy.
We moved to a new home and our dog Sidney insisted in coming in because the master was in the house. He wanted to sleep where the master slept.
Jesus will walk the valley with us.
Song It Is Well with my Soul written by Horatio a business man. Lost his business in the Chicago fire. Lost his toddler. His daughters died in a crash on the ocean. The bottom of his life fell out. Though trials come it is well with my Soul.
Trust the Lord
On Tue, Aug 28, 2018, 10:22 AM CMG- L.Hoeppner wrote:
When a leader passes from this earth into glory, a vacancy is created. The role of CBMC is important and requires successive leadership. Further to yesterday's CBMC Invitation announcement, below is the obituary published in the Winnipeg Free Press. You are hereby notified that a Memorial Service in Nick's honour will be held at Elmwood Memmonite Brethren Church commencing at 10:00 a.m. (details below).
Gerald Reimer further invites you to attend the regularly-scheduled CBMC meeting at 12 Noon at Perkins on Ness Ave. between King Edward & St. James Street, near Polo Park.
NICHOLAS AUGUST HILDEBRAND On Tuesday, August 21, 2018, Nicholas (Nick) A. Hildebrand, aged 66, went to be with his Saviour. He was a father, grandfather, brother, and friend. Nick was born in Winnipeg on February 8, 1952, the eldest of all his siblings. He was a Chartered Accountant for 43 years, and worked in Calgary, Winnipeg, and Northern Manitoba. He loved Jesus, his family, hunting and fishing, travelling, and story-telling. He leaves behind his children, Kathryn Labiuk (Darryl), J. Matthew Hildebrand; and grandchildren, Mason and Addison Labiuk. He will also be missed by his brothers, Jack (Lynne), Peter, Glenn (Lynn); and his nephew Julien. He was predeceased by his mother Lena (1964) and his father Jack (1989). A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Elmwood Mennonite Brethren Church, 145 Henderson Hwy. Notice of interment to follow at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Camp Arnes, where Dad first decided to follow Jesus. We are grateful to everyone who visited with our dad, and the staff at St. Boniface Hospital.
Publish Date: Aug 28, 2018
CBMC Provincial Director
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