Glen Curtis Champagne was born August 24, 1961 in Paradise Hill, SK. to Mary and Leo Champagne. Glen was known as a gentle, loving man, making you feel at home with a handshake or hug. Many of his friends and family called him Prince Charles. He spent most of his younger years working with Dad, fencing and working the fields with local farmers, and working alongside him at the Onion Lake Police Station. As Glen got older he spent more of his time with family as it was a priority for him, but always willing to lend a helping hand to anyone that needed it. Time was always made for family and friends, and he took on the role of community support for grieving families. Glen had so much compassion and made sure he was always available. His favourite pastime throughout his life was dancing. He loved family gatherings and he was always the first one up to dance. His laughter was so vibrant that it just felt at home with him around.
Glen is predeceased by: his parents, Leo (1991), and Mary (1992); his nephew, Darwin (2003); his sisters, Joanne Chief, Mary Irene and Ina Jane; his cousin, Brenda Chief (2021); his aunt, Maria Waskewitch; his uncles, Gus Sr. Waskewitch, and Thomas Chief (1988); his aunt, Annie Chief (2012); his great nieces, Rhianna, and Amberlee; his cousins, Albert Waskewitch, Carey Waskewitch, Madeline Waskewitch; and his nephew, Glen Waskewitch.
He leaves to mourn his passing: his son whom he loved more than anything, Blake Champagne; his common-law wife, Marina Dillon; his step-daughter, Sherry Lynn Dillon; his sisters, Leona (Terry), Irene (Dick), Shirley, M.J. (Ted), Carolyn (Grant), Josephine (Kenny), Sharlene (Cory), and Jay; and numerous other relatives and friends.
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