Beatrice Anne Brackenridge

(nee Atkinson)

March 24,1969 - February 27, 2024

Predeceased by Father - Lome Atkinson, Sister /Callie Atkinson, Brother – John Atkinson. She leaves to mourn her passing her husband Joseph Brackenridge, step children JD and McKenzie, mom - Beatrice Atkinson, sisters-Holly (Dave Asham) nephew Brendon (Nicole) Ferguson and 4 children 1 great niece, Desiree Swindle. niece and nephews-Adam Kruise and 2 children, Allan (Sherrie) Kruise, and 5 children. Jasmine (Chris) Holland, 2 children Jamie Deck 2 Children, Jessie (Nicole) Atkinson, Alexander Atkinson and Katie Atkinson, her Aunts, Aunty My Zubrycki, Great Aunt Therese Lavallee, Aunty Agnus Atkinson, Aunty My, Great Aunt Terese and Aunty Agnus Atkinson.


Anne was born in Portage La Prairie much to her sibling’s delight. She grew up in St. Marks and attended High Bluff School, Crescentview School and then Arthur Meighen High School. As she grew, she was given a horse by her Uncle Johnny Fox. This started her love of barrel racing and other completive equinine sports. She would lovingly train her variety of horses to do poles, barrels, jumps and harness work. She worked at a number of jobs with her favorite being at the race track with horses. She married twice first to Craig Lindbloom of Souris; the second time to Joesph Brackenridge of Leslie, West Virginia.


When her health got too bad for her West Virginia Family to handle she moved back to Canada. Her mom, Holly and Brendon were so happy to have her around. There were lots of visits and outings were had and they were usually hilarious, more were planned. She enjoyed being around her Canadian family again and frequently stated that she was happy here. Dialysis was a trial as it made her quite sick and weak. It was during one of these sick spells that she passed away. Desi and Holly are very sure she is having a blast with her sister Callie in the afterlife.


Memorial Service will be held on Friday, March 15, 2024 at 2:00 p.m. at Cropo Funeral Chapel, 1442 Main Street, Winnipeg.

A Memorial Tree was planted for BEATRICE
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