Wade Brosseau

Obituary of Wade Louis Brosseau

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Wade Louis Brosseau, born June 4, 1949, beloved father, brother, son, grandpa, and uncle, passed away at the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre, in Fort McMurray on August 15, 2020. Wade was a generous, caring man and a great friend to everyone. He had many passions in his life which included cooking, farming, photography, and carpentry; not to mention the incredible number of self taught trade skills and his love of ‘tinkering’, just like his father. His humor, even if sometimes inappropriate, always brought smiles. He was well loved and will be forever missed. He will join his mother Marie, father Clarence, brother Harlan and nana Rita Hendricks, who predeceased him. He leaves behind his second mother Bernice Brosseau; siblings Miles (Heather) Brosseau, Janis (Ben) Reiter, Lorraine (Rich) Duncombe, Valérie (Brian) Dreher, Rod (Kathy) Sikora and Phil (Kim) Sikora; his two children Shane Brosseau (Kayla Matlo) and Chantelle Nygard (Patrick Jensen); grandchildren Natalia, Aiden, Landon, Emma, and Morgan; and a huge number of nieces, nephews, cousins, and the adopted family he called his friends. A memorial service will be held in his honour at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Association for the Rehabilitation of the Brain Injured (arbi.ca) or Stars (stars.ca).
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We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Robert Anderson Funeral Service, Inc.
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1949 - 2020

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