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Adam Arsenault

Adam Arsenault

Born In: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada

Passed in: Texas, United States
Passed on: March 7th, 2019

Adam Arsenault
1985 – 2019
It is with broken hearts and much sadness we share the passing of our most loved Adam William Arsenault, who we tragically lost on Thursday, March 7, 2019. At the time of his passing he was stationed in Texas working in his career as a power lineman, which he truly enjoyed. Adam leaves to mourn, his two beautiful daughters, Molly who is 4, and Olivia who is 1; the mother of his children, Katie St. Lawrence; and her son, Jack. Being part of a blended family meant Adam always had so much love and support. Adam is survived by, his mother, Sherry Arsenault; his (step) dad, Scot McHarg; his brother, Matthew (Gina) Arsenault; his sister, Jessica Arsenault; his aunts and uncles, Judy and Pat Hogan, Lori and Ron Sumners, Brenda MacDonald, Debbie McHarg, Garth and Nancy McHarg; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by, his grandfather, Harold Macdonald; his uncles, Doug MacDonald and Hugh McHarg. Adam is also survived by, his father, Rick Arsenault; his (step) mother, Janet Fauchon; his brothers, Ryker Arsenault and Cole Arsenault; his aunts and uncles, Linda and Paul Ross, Diana and Ronald Featherling, Rodney and Diane Arsenault, Donald and Tammy Arsenault, Richard Fauchon, Roger Fauchon, Janine and Mark Catterall, Daryl and Marlies Fauchon; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by, his grandparents, William and Rose Arsenault, and Robert and Yvonne Fauchon. Adam was born and raised in Prince Albert graduating from Carlton High School. Being just one year younger than his brother Matthew, they had a solid bond throughout life & he spent his childhood and teenage years surrounded by a strong circle of friends whom Adam to this day was close with. Adam spent many of his summer holidays in Calgary with his brothers Ryker and Cole. They were all very fortunate to foster a special bond the last few years. Adam’s adventurous and fearless nature led him to his career as a Lineman and this took him to many places throughout Canada and the USA. Along the way he made many friends in the Brotherhood of Lineman and his specialized skill and traits made him a very likeable co-worker. Adam was a wonderful Father and provider for his girls Molly and Olivia, and his proudest moments in life is when they were born. He was full of energy as he played alongside with them and his love for his baby girls was very evident and a number one priority. Adam enjoyed fishing, snowmobiling, spending time at the family cabin and was happy when he had opportunity to cook and entertain for family and friends at his home. He was an amazing human being and truly left a legacy with all who knew him; his life was taken away too soon for us to understand. Adam’s funeral service will be held at 1:00 p.m., on Saturday, March 16, 2019, at Calvary United Church, 114 - 25 Street East, Prince Albert, SK, Pastor Nora Vedress officiating. In lieu of flowers, please consider donating to gofundme.com (Adam Arsenault fund). This is a fund started by one of Adam’s best friends for the benefit of his beloved daughters and their mother. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of River Park Funeral Home, (306) 764-2727, Don Moriarty, Funeral Director.




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