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Blaine Nelson Heebner was born on December 20, 1959 at the Vanguard Hospital and passed away on September 24, 2023 at 63 years of age at the Cypress Regional Hospital in Swift Current. He is survived by his four brothers and their families: Reg Heebner of Saskatoon, niece Dawn and boys Darien and Corbyn. Mark and Val Heebner of Vanguard. Barry Heebner and Kamelia of Calgary. Derrick Heebner of Swift Current. Niece Fawn (Brad) Haubrich and boys Levi and Sam, of Airdrie. Nephew Blake (Kailley) Heebner of Saskatoon. Nephew Brennen (Brittany) Heebner, Hayes and Briar, of Vanguard. Stepson Shawn McGonigal, and grandson Spencer, of Swift Current. Blaine is predeceased by wife Janice Heebner, Father Arthur Heebner, Mother Hedwig Heebner. Father in Law Allan Hampton, Mother in Law Willa Hampton, Sister in Law Sonia Heebner. Blaine attended all his school years in Vanguard. After graduation he attended Kelsey in Saskatoon and became a Farm Machinery Mechanic and worked at various locations. Blaine also worked as a Mac Tool Salesman and with the Sask Wheat pool. During employment with the Wheat Pool he worked mainly at Hodgeville, Morse and Swift Current. While working at Morse, Blaine met the love of his life, Janice. His last job was with Dura Products in Swift Current. While working with Dura Products, Blaine and Janice moved their house from Morse to an acreage south of the research station. They planted hundreds of trees with great detail row by row which have now matured. Blaine made some good friends wherever he went and kept in touch with a lot of them. Some of his interests and hobbies were snowmobiling, shooting gophers and hunting pheasants. Blaine also liked rebuilding motors and working on his cars. Blaine and Barry worked on a few projects and somehow Barry had all the grudge and dirty work. Blaine and Barry also enjoyed time at the Hootenanny in the Hills. Blaine was very good at working with electronics, a neighbour in Morse used to call him the gadget man because every little gadget he saw on TV he had to buy. Blaine had a good sense of humour and enjoyed visiting. Blaine took a great interest in the activities of Levi, Sam, Hayes and Briar. Blaine also had a great interest in the activities on the farm and Blaine and Derrick would drive out to watch seeding and combining. Funny how they managed to arrive near meal time. Throughout the summer Blaine would call Mark asking how are things going and when things were hectic it sometime drove Marks nuts. There were lots of texting with the brothers during Riders football games commenting on the plays or lack thereof. Unfortunately, Janice passed away in 2012. Without Janice by his side, Blaine struggled with depression and other health related issues. All in all he was greatly loved by family, relatives and many great friends. MAY YOU REST IN PEACE. Donations in memory of Blaine can be made to the charity of donor’s choice. Arrangements entrusted to: Warren’s Funeral Home, for further information please call (306) 773-8831 or 1-800-267-6606 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy to family members on the tribute wall.