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Celebrating the life of
Mariquita Cansino-Lim
June 20, 1940 - February 12, 2015
Services under the direction of:
Bradshaw Carter
(713) 521-0066
  • Celebration of Life
  • 10:30am - Thursday, February 19, 2015

I very much regret this huge loss and feeling the pain his family are going through, I want to share the hope that very soon "will be a resurrection from God", as the Bible tells us in Acts 24:15. Courage and strength to all your family at this painful time. www.JW.org

Gerardo, Kissimmee, FL

Hi Christine, my deepest condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I am one of the nurses who came in 2002 and i cannot forget the love and kindness your mom has shown. She drove me and my friends to Bismarck to take the nursing exam, that was really nice of her to do that for us. We had great memories, she drove us twice to the country side in Williston just to eat rhubarb pie..so many good memories. I am really grateful to your mom. I'm gonna miss her a lot. She put others before herself. She will be always loved. from Gladys Songayab

Gladys Songayab, Baguio, Philippines

Christine, I will always have a special place in my heart for you. Do you remember babysitting for us? You were a favorite! We first got to know your family when Dr. Dean Strinden recommended they call me for draperies. Tom & I (McBride Decorating) did some decorating at your house. Of course we also shared the love of art at Dr. Rex Wiederander's annual winter art show. Just 6 years after our little Kendra died, her daddy Tom died at age 39. I was so honored that your mom took time from her busy schedule to come to his family service! Later, as my physician your mom shared her wisdom, experiences and common sense with me. Sometimes that was not the same protocol promoted by the medical field as we know it today. I am truly grateful that her innate wisdom, compassion & integrity were foremost! She was truly a wonderful lady! May God bless you with many wonderful and long lasting memories! Love, C'Dale (& for Phil, Karli & Schatzi, too)

C'Dale (Jenner McBride) Jore, Williston, ND

Christine, please know that you are in our prayers. Your mom was one of a kind and always knew the right things to say. We will never forget the trips we went on, especially to San Diego for Campfire Camp and the fun memories on that trip. With your mom being the navigator and mine driving it was definitely interesting.I am saddened by your loss but know we are here for you in any way.

Linda Stroh and Javon Wahus, Williston, ND

Christine, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Your Mom and Dad were always a positive influence in our lives. She will always be remembered and loved. I'm sure she's looking down on us now along with your Dad and my parents reminiscing about the good times at the dinner table in Lockport.

Ed Lim, Royal Palm Beach , FL

my deepest condolences to ms Marie's family United in prayer. May her soul rest in peace . Father jacob kayala, former associate pastor of st. Joseph church, Williston, N.D

father jacob, Pineville, , Louisiana

Christine, may God be with you and keep you in his healing grace as you grieve your mom. I will never forget the wise counsel she shared in our days as Campfire leaders. Knowing she is with your Dad and is at peace will hopefully bring you comfort. Blessings to you and all who mourn her passing.

Pam and Jack White, Williston, ND

Mariquita was my personal physician, family friend, and Sister in Carmel. Affectionately she was called Marie by most of the people who knew her. Marie's love for her family, her love of God, and devotion to Divine Mercy is unparalleled. We will always remember her for her gentle instructions, advice, her continuous prayer and sacrifices for the salvation of souls. For her love of life, good humor, generosity toward all she met. For her dedication to support young men preparing to serve Christ and His Church in the Holy Priesthood. Her generosity was unending. Divine Mercy visited our precious "Marie", on February 12th, He embraced her and carried her Soul to the abode of His Mercy, a place He prepared especially for her from all eternity. Dearest Christine and all of Marie's family and friends, our thought and prayers are with you as we share your grief. Marie will not be forgotten. With Heartfelt Sympathy.

Frank & Ildiko Kiss & Family, Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Dr. Mariquita Cansino-Lim, Obstetrician-Gynecologist, died Thursday, February 12, 2015 at St. Dominic Village in Houston, TX.

Mariquita Cansino-Lim was born June 20, 1940 in Pasay City, Philippines, to Armando and Pacita (Reyes) Cansino. She finished high school at the Malate Catholic School and graduated from the University of Santo Tomas College of Medicine. She married Dr. Rodelio M. Lim (deceased) on May 4, 1968, in Baltimore, MD where she initially practiced medicine. They moved to Williston, ND in 1972 and joined the Western Dakota Medical Group, now known as Trinity Western Dakota Clinic. After retiring, she continued to serve patients as a hospital chaplain. She later moved to Houston, TX in 2006.

Dr. Cansino-Lim was a definitive professed member of the Secular Order of Discalced Carmelites. She is survived by her daughter Christine, her sister Victoria of Pasay City, and her brother Conrado of Indiana.

Friends are cordially invited to a visitation with the family from nine o'clock until ten o'clock in the morning on Thursday, the 19th of February, at St. Dominic's Village, 2401 Holcombe Boulevard in Houston, where recitation of the Holy Rosary will commence at ten o'clock.

The funeral mass will immediately follow the Rosary at half-past ten o'clock in the morning. Following the Mass, all are invited to greet the family during a reception to be held in Charlotte Hall at St. Dominic's.

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I very much regret this huge loss and feeling the pain his family are going through, I want to share the hope that very soon "will be a resurrection from God", as the Bible tells us in Acts 24:15. Courage and strength to all your family at this painful time. www.JW.org

Gerardo, Kissimmee, FL

Candle tribute lit by Carl and Vonnie Logan — North Dakota

Hi Christine, my deepest condolences. My thoughts and prayers are with you. I am one of the nurses who came in 2002 and i cannot forget the love and kindness your mom has shown. She drove me and my friends to Bismarck to take the nursing exam, that was really nice of her to do that for us. We had great memories, she drove us twice to the country side in Williston just to eat rhubarb pie..so many good memories. I am really grateful to your mom. I'm gonna miss her a lot. She put others before herself. She will be always loved. from Gladys Songayab

Gladys Songayab, Baguio, Philippines

Candle tribute lit by Linda swenson — North Dakota

Christine, I will always have a special place in my heart for you. Do you remember babysitting for us? You were a favorite! We first got to know your family when Dr. Dean Strinden recommended they call me for draperies. Tom & I (McBride Decorating) did some decorating at your house. Of course we also shared the love of art at Dr. Rex Wiederander's annual winter art show. Just 6 years after our little Kendra died, her daddy Tom died at age 39. I was so honored that your mom took time from her busy schedule to come to his family service! Later, as my physician your mom shared her wisdom, experiences and common sense with me. Sometimes that was not the same protocol promoted by the medical field as we know it today. I am truly grateful that her innate wisdom, compassion & integrity were foremost! She was truly a wonderful lady! May God bless you with many wonderful and long lasting memories! Love, C'Dale (& for Phil, Karli & Schatzi, too)

C'Dale (Jenner McBride) Jore, Williston, ND

Christine, please know that you are in our prayers. Your mom was one of a kind and always knew the right things to say. We will never forget the trips we went on, especially to San Diego for Campfire Camp and the fun memories on that trip. With your mom being the navigator and mine driving it was definitely interesting.I am saddened by your loss but know we are here for you in any way.

Linda Stroh and Javon Wahus, Williston, ND

Candle tribute lit by Bede--Rose Frank — North Dakota

Candle tribute lit by Jim & Peggy Haga — North Dakota

Christine, please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Your Mom and Dad were always a positive influence in our lives. She will always be remembered and loved. I'm sure she's looking down on us now along with your Dad and my parents reminiscing about the good times at the dinner table in Lockport.

Ed Lim, Royal Palm Beach , FL

my deepest condolences to ms Marie's family United in prayer. May her soul rest in peace . Father jacob kayala, former associate pastor of st. Joseph church, Williston, N.D

father jacob, Pineville, , Louisiana

Christine, may God be with you and keep you in his healing grace as you grieve your mom. I will never forget the wise counsel she shared in our days as Campfire leaders. Knowing she is with your Dad and is at peace will hopefully bring you comfort. Blessings to you and all who mourn her passing.

Pam and Jack White, Williston, ND

Candle tribute lit by Nick and Tonya (Egge) Tomlin — Texas

Candle tribute lit by Larry & Sandra Schilke — North Dakota

Candle tribute lit by Frank & Ildiko Kiss & Family — Iowa

Candle tribute lit by Bob and Kathy Bartz — North Dakota

Candle tribute lit by Stephanie & Blaze Omsberg — Idaho

Mariquita was my personal physician, family friend, and Sister in Carmel. Affectionately she was called Marie by most of the people who knew her. Marie's love for her family, her love of God, and devotion to Divine Mercy is unparalleled. We will always remember her for her gentle instructions, advice, her continuous prayer and sacrifices for the salvation of souls. For her love of life, good humor, generosity toward all she met. For her dedication to support young men preparing to serve Christ and His Church in the Holy Priesthood. Her generosity was unending. Divine Mercy visited our precious "Marie", on February 12th, He embraced her and carried her Soul to the abode of His Mercy, a place He prepared especially for her from all eternity. Dearest Christine and all of Marie's family and friends, our thought and prayers are with you as we share your grief. Marie will not be forgotten. With Heartfelt Sympathy.

Frank & Ildiko Kiss & Family, Cedar Rapids, Iowa


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