Born In: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
Born: March 13th, 1990
Passed in: Vanguard, Saskatchewan, Canada
Passed on: May 29th, 2012
MOLYNEUX, Bryce Kelsey, age 22 of Swift Current, Saskatchewan passed away tragically on May 29, 2012, 1 km from Vanguard, Saskatchewan. The Celebration of Life service was held at 2 p.m. June 5, 2012 from First United Church with Rev. Sharon Ferguson - Hood officiating. The music selection consisted of recordings that were special to Bryce. "Audacity" the band that Bryce was a part of in his teen years with Corbin Chau, Connor Chau and Jerod Perfect played an instrumental honoring Bryce. Emilee Mirau, fellow classmate, sang "See You Again" by Carrie Underwood. Other special music was highlighted throughout the Powerpoint presentation prepared by Bryce's sister Taylor, celebrating Bryce through his 22 years. "Your Guardian Angel"- Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, "September"- Daughtry, and "I Miss You" - Blink 182. "Swing Life Away" - Rise Against was played at closing. The Eulogy was read by Bryce's very close and special cousin Kaitlyn Gruetzner and his Uncle Miles Jorgenson. Scott Lamb from the Swift Current Kinsmen spoke about Bryce's time as a pre-Kinsmen and Kinsmen member and his community involvement. Cory Tynning, a close friend of Bryce's,gave a wonderful speech on Bryce which showed just how much he meant to all of his friends. The ushers were fellow Kinsmen Members - Brant Stock, Brent Stechyshyn, Mike Campbell and Kobus Pieters. The interment service was held at Memory Gardens. The Honorary Pallbearers were his very good friends, Cory Tynning, Andy Martens, Kyle Michaud, Keegan Story, Chance Kantrud and Liam Fitz-Gerald. Honorary pallbearers were the many others who shared in Bryce's life. Bryce leaves to cherish his memory his Mom Diana, his Dad Brent and his friend Lorraine, Sister Taylor, Grandparents Lester and Audrey Jorgenson, Grandparents George and Eva Molyneux, Aunts and Uncles Brenda and Roland Gruetzner, cousin Kaitlyn Gruetzner, Linda and Elwood Haggart, cousins Bobbi and Shane Sitter (Jackson and Reid), Jim Haggart, Kent Haggart and Elly Haggart and friend Blaine, Leonard Jorgenson and friend Donna and cousins Tyler and Lee-Ann Jorgenson (Quinton), Lindsay and Scott Robertson and Kristy Jorgenson, Miles Jorgenson and Betty Althouse and cousins, Orran, Astrid and Emily, Larry and Kaimee Jorgenson and cousins Ashley and Shelby, Great Aunts and Uncles, Mabel Jorgenson, Roy and Betty Pearce, Helen and Jake Harder, Pete and Kathy Penner, Henry and Dianne Penner, Dyck and Doreen Penner, Nettie Penner and many cousins. Bryce also leaves behind many friends who meant the world to him. Bryce was predeceased by Great Grandparents: Ernest and Jessie Pearce and Edwin and Tilda Jorgenson. Walter and Robertina Molyneux, John and Maria Penner Great Aunts and Uncles Raymond Jorgenson, Edna and Archie Murch, David Pearce, Victor Pearce, Olive and Reid Bowman Ken and Margaret Pearce and Ronald Pearce, David Molyneux, Margaret and Alec Dowhaniuk, Ellen and Maurice Weston, Jake Penner, Cousins, Sandra Pearce (Shorten),Murray Bowman, Neil Jorgenson, Dale Weston, Carol Steffins and Jeff Wiebe. Bryce was also predeceased by his loving lab Tessa. Bryce was born March 13, 1990 at Swift Current Union Hospital. He attended school at Community Co-operative Playschool, Ashley Park Elementary School, O.M. Irwin Middle School, Swift Current Comprehensive High School where he graduated in 2008. He attended one year at the University of Saskatchewan. During high school, Bryce was employed at Pizza Hut, Dairy Queen and Voth's . He also helped Grandpa George (Reliable Contracting). Bryce was employed at Office Outfitters as a Service Technician at the time of his passing. Bryce was a proud member of the Swift Current Kinsmen Club. He was active in volunteering for a number of events from Telemiracle, Christmas Tree Pick-up, MS Walk, the Flood of 2011, Street Dance, and many bartending gigs. Bryce was also a member of the "Bros for Shows Production 2009" which was responsible for the early days of bringing bands into the Lyric Theatre. Bryce had many interests. In his younger days, he was involved in soccer, baseball, swimming and hockey. As he grew older, hockey and lacrosse became his passion. He played from Initiation to Midget hockey and from PeeWee to Junior Lacrosse. He was a member of the Swift Current Junior Rampage for several years. Bryce was also involved in volleyball and basketball during his school years and since graduating, has played rec volleyball as well as slo-pitch with his team the Golden Gophers. Bryce's other interests were music, travelling, reading, cooking, golf, theme parks (roller coasters) video games, computer, and many favorite TV shows. His favorite pastime was hanging out with his friends shooting gophers, hunting, fishing, renovating or just talking. Bryce also wrote lyrics that he kept in a private journal of "writings". The discovery of these writings shows the true talent that Bryce possessed. In Bryce's memory, donations can be made to the Kinsmen Club, a club which Bryce was very proud to be a member. Bryce will forever be loved by all those whose lives he touched. The suddenness of his departure from this world can only be explained by the fact that he was meant for greater things. Someday, we will know what they were. For now, we grieve the loss of a very special son, brother, grandson, nephew, cousin and friend. Until we meet again, we love you and miss you Bryce. Warren's Funeral Home were entrusted with the arrangements. 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