May 12, 1950 – March 27, 2020
The morning of March 27, 2020, George Sigouin passed. With his hands held by love from his wife Char, niece Stephanie and her husband Rodrigo. George slipped away quietly into peace, completely contrary to the way he lived his life. Well known, with a vast group of family and friends George will be remembered as a vivacious and animated character they all deeply loved. Always the first to a party, the life of it and the last to leave, no one could deny that George was a sensational friend, a son, a brother, a father, an uncle and a much adored husband. He lived a life to make memories and built unforgettable stories along the way.
His legacy will live on through those that genuinely cared about him, the masterful storyteller and a genuinely supportive man. To many, he was a protector of those he cared about and adored – As big and intimating as a Grizzly yet so loving, noble and pure hearted. The laughter and love that he brought to many will be impossible to grieve by tears alone. He brought all that met him so much joy and amusement, a brotherhood in his sincerity – that is how he will be best remembered.
George loved to spend his time with friends & Family, Fishing and Hunting, riding his Harley and playing Golf; quality time, of a quality individual. Deceased by his parents Iva & Ted, his brother Wayne and nephew Micheal, with some best friends he’s now met by, they ride together through another place they call Home.
He is survived by his wife of 25 years, Charlene, his treasure and beauty, his “Sunshine”. By his sons Derek and Wade, and his graceful
daughter Candis. His beloved niece Stephanie (Rodrigo), his brother Raymond, sisters Margaret, Shirley and her husband Bert, nieces Alicia (Darrell) & Nicole (Chris), nephews Spence (Crystal) & Paul, more family extended Kayla (Ryan), Kelsey (Blake),Meghan and her beautiful daughters Preston &Ashton as well as so many more nieces, nephews and cousins. An exquisite man, never forgotten, forever loved. Resting on, George Edward Sigouin.
With a celebration of life held by a ‘To Be Announced’ date, please join us in remembering, George
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