Many southeastern Manitobans have fond memories of enjoying the good food and warm hospitality at Edgar’s Diner. For all those in the Berliner Kehler Clan who enjoy a great tasting deal, that should leave none in the shadows, you’ll find that this week’s special at Main Bread & Butter is Edgar’s famous veal cutlettes (complete with sauce!) for $24.99.
Main Bread & Butter Company at 253 Main Street, Steinbach, provides good food and a friendly smile to an ever growing customer base. Main Bread & Butter carries an extensive selection of local products, fresh produce, grocery items, frozen foods, deli meats, cheeses, breads and carefully curated specialty items.
Take a trip down memory lane and enjoy this local favourite for supper today!
Roy Martin Broesky, age 71, of Steinbach, MB passed away peacefully with family by his side on Tuesday, February 16, 2016 at Bethesda Regional Health Centre in Steinbach, MB.
He is survived his wife of 50 years, Mary; five children and their families: Gail (Vern Toews), Bob (Trish), Val (Jake Kasowan), Mike (Jacqui), Jamie (Clarissa); and 11 grandchildren: Collin (Megan), Kierstin (Matthew Ginter), Sheena, Spencer, Tia, Apollos, Christian, Matthew, Thom, Katie and a new one to arrive later this year! He is also survived by his brother Alvin (Jewel) and his four sisters: Dianne (Roy Enns), Doris (Reuben Enns), Lois (Jim Hamilton), Linda (Ron Koop), and Rose; as well as many uncles and aunts, nieces and nephews, friends and many, many of his long-standing customers.
This is the first winter the Laing family of Laingspring Farm, Steinbach, Manitoba, has been able to enjoy not getting up for morning milking at 5 a.m. Brothers Tyrone and Ted run a dairy operation in partnership with their parents, Ray and Bertha, on a farm established in 1872.
The brothers are the fifth generation of their family to farm here, with dairy being the primary business for four of those generations. An older brother, Blake, is a journeyman gas fitter. He occasionally helps on the farm but is not actively involved in the business.
It is with great sorrow that our family announces the passing of Dennis Leroy Kehler, beloved husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather on February 14, 2013, at the age of 81, with his wife Yvonne and family members at his side. Dennis was born in Carnduff, Saskatchewan on September 22, 1931 to Cornelius and Frieda Kehler. He grew up in Steinbach, Manitoba where he learned to always work hard for the things you want and that being true to your values are the most important traits that a person should possess. Continue reading “Dennis Leroy Kehler (1931-2013)”