Frank Wallace Alexander was born January 1, 1963 in Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation to Georgina Alexander and Joseph Demarais. Wallace worked for his community in the carpentry field. He took pride in his work and enjoyed working with his peers and co-workers. Wallace enjoyed his outdoor sports events and found his passion in playing soccer. His enjoyed collecting anything of Elvis Presley and enjoyed his nature walks and visiting family and friends. At the age of 15 he had an accident with his left eye, but it never stopped him from doing anything he had a passion for, including playing outdoor sports. He loved tag football, soccer, snow hockey, sledding, skating, and ball. When his children, Bradley and Rose, were born, they took his breath away. Wallace had a heart of gold. He was neat and tidy. His perfectionism he got from his mom, but once his adorable grandbabies came along he didn't have time to be as tidy. Wallace's humour, friendliness, respect, love, and big bear hugs will be missed by all.
He leaves to mourn: his children, Bradley, Rose, Stuart and Sienna; his grandchildren, Teyonah, Deoshin, Creelan, Nikosis,Brielle and Porsha; his long-time dear friend and companion, Ruthie Weasel; his brothers, Robert, Allan, David, Elvis, and Chuck; his sisters, Corina, Leonore, Patricia, Nancy, and Lorinda (Marcel); his uncles, Leslie Moccasin, Daniel Fineblanket, and Jeremy Demarais; his aunts, Sheila Yellowbird, Beatrice Cutknife, Theresa Thunderchild, and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, grandchildren, and friends.
Wallace was predeceased by: his paternal grandparents, Theodore and Therese Demarais; his father, Joseph Demarais; his aunts, Mary Louise, Georgina, Nancy, and Edna; his maternal grandparents, Rosie (Thundervoice-Peesewtaksews) Moccasin, and George Alexander (Konchichapew); his mother, Georgina Alexander; his brothers, Harvey, Wesley, and Gerald; his uncles, George, John, Louis, Lawrence, James, Bryan, Lawrence, and Sidney; his aunts, Alice, and Inez.
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