Born In: Lac Pelletier, Saskatchewan, Canada
Born: January 16th, 1939
Passed in: Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada
Passed on: August 12th, 2012
PERRON, George Henry, age 73, of Muenster, SK passed away August 12, 2012 at the Cypress Regional Care Centre, Swift Current, SK. The Funeral Mass was held Friday, August 17, 2012 at 11:00 am from St. Anne Church at Lac Pelletier with Father Aenemom Guy Amedee officiating. The organist was Joanne Monette. The readers were Lea Perron and Lilliane Martens. The eulogy was presented by Yvonne Suchoboki. Honorary Pallbearers were Greg Perron, Micheal Perron, Stephan Perron, Dallas Martens, Daniel Perron and Daniel Suchoboki. Active Pallbearers were Seth Martens, Luke Martens, Bethany Martens, Ryan Perron, Guy Laverdiere and Annette Marchant. The interment service will take place at a later date. George is survived by his brothers Andre (Lea), Raymond (Lynn) and Denis (Myrna); sisters Yvette (Con) Hammer, Yvonne (Eugene) Suchoboki, Margurite Rurka, Irene (Rick) Barsky, Annette Perron (Ted Balfour) and Lilliane (Terry) Martens and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father Victor in January of 1958; mother Irene in December of 1975; wife Marie in July of 1986; sister Pauline in December of 2004; sister Marie Anna in January of 2010; brother Marcel in May of 2010 and sister Lucille in July of 2010. George was born on the farm at Lac Pelletier on January 16, 1939. He attended school in Gravelbourg, St Jude's in Edmonton, The Convent in Swift Current and Neville School. George had various jobs in Richmond, B.C. and was united in marriage to Marie McKinnon in Vancouver, B.C. on May 11, 1978. He returned to Saskatchewan and worked at Perron Collision and Repair in the early 80's and then became caretaker of Camp Lemieux, a job he truly loved, for ten years. Following this he moved to Muenster in 2005 and recently returned to Ponteix shortly before his passing. George was a member of the Knight of Columbus (3031). In his spare time, George's passion was making rosaries, which every family member was given. He also was an avid reader and enjoyed working outside. George lived a simple life and enjoyed the open spaces of country living. He was a loving and giving man who enjoyed the company of others and was always there when someone was in need. He will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by his family and friends. In his memory, memorial donations may be made to the charity of the donor's choice. Warren's Funeral Home in care of arrangements. For further information please call 773-8831 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to the family in our book of condolence.