Gordon "Gus" Weekusk

January 10, 1945 ~ December 17, 2021 (age 76)


     Gus (Gordon) was born and raised on the Thunderchild First Nation.  He was one of 15 children.  Gus was a great father, mosoom and chapan to his children and grandchildren.  He worked in Turtleford as a mechanic in his younger days.  He then went to work for Thunderchild First Nation for the next 35 years, until he retired as a Heavy Equipment Operator. He was a hardworking man all of his life.  He taught his son his skills to work along with him.  After losing his many friends in the past year, his health deteriorated. He missed his friends that went before him and he never recovered from his loneliness  

Gus was predeceased by: his parents, Antione and Edna Weekusk; his brothers, Peter, Winston, Jerry, and Clarence; and his three sisters.

 He is survived by: his special friend, Viola Wolfe; his children, Joanne Weekusk, Chris Wolfe, and Tyler Cardinal (Linette); his brothers, Jack Weekusk, Smith Weekusk, and Cecil Weekusk; his sisters, Violet Weekusk, Shirley Anne Weekusk, Ruth Marie Weekusk, Doris Weekusk, and Sherry Weekusk; all of his special grandchildren; his special step-children, Bernice Wolfe,  John, Juanita and Holly Graham, Holly, Shane, Omi, and David Armstrong; all of his nieces, nephews, numerous other relatives; and Felix the Cat.

Gus will be dearly missed by all of his many special girl friends, 
too numerous to mention. 

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December 18, 2021

6:00 PM
Chief James Okanee Memorial Centre
Thunderchild, SK S0M 2Y0

Funeral Service
December 20, 2021

11:00 AM
Chief James Okanee Memorial Centre
Thunderchild, SK S0M 2Y0

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