Dumonceaux, Guy Ronald Joseph age 57 years of Maidstone, SK, passed away Wednesday, August 5, 2020 at Saskatoon Royal University Hospital. The memorial service was held at 1:00 p.m., August 13, 2020, from the Chapel of Warren's Funeral Home, with Zoria Shumay officiating. Readings were by Daniel Dumonceaux, Lynette Pearse and Lynette Piper-Haynes. Urn Bearer was Daniel Dumonceaux. Honorary Pallbearers were all his nephews and nieces. Guy is survived by his siblings: Gerald (Debbie), Gilles, Lynette (Larry), Daniel (Keri Stulberg), and Janine (Roderick). Eleven nieces and nephews: Pamela (Shawn), DeLee, Darren (Paula Munro), Cody (Samantha Magnus), Aaron, Layne, (Andrea) Jasmine Fast, Cole (Carilee Murphy), Morgan, Jason, Renee (Brent). Eight great nieces and nephews: Matthew, Madison, Connor, Kaiden, Chloe, Oliver, Gage and Hudson. Numerous aunts and uncles, cousins, friends, and Guy's special, long time sweetheart Shelly Knorr, and friend Randy Knorr. Guy was predeceased by his loving parents Armand and Simone Dumonceaux; grandparents Emile and Estelle Paradis, Valere and Anna Dumonceaux; uncles Ron, Gilles, and Raoul Paradis; aunts Lilian, Cecile, and Judy; uncles Henri, Hector, Gail, Alphonse, and Paul Lecore; sister-in-law Karen and Lorelei. Guy was born on August 27, 1962 at the Swift Current Union Hospital to Armand and Simone Dumonceaux. He attended Val Marie High School, graduating in 1980. Guy was a self employed, semi retired carpenter. His early career after graduation was employment with his father's construction company working with his brothers for several years, during this time he also achieved his 4th year apprentice certification in carpentry in 1987 from Saskatchewan Technical Institute in Moose Jaw, Sask. He then he relocated to British Columbia to work in commercial high rise construction. After a decade there, Guy returned back to his roots in Val Marie, SK, and later to Swift Current, and then Maidstone, SK. He attended church and studied the bible, attending the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Swift Current. He supported causes for the needy and handicapped, as well as other charity organizations. Guy enjoyed his truck he got from Dad, spending time with his parents on the family farm and using his carpentry skills to help them with their home renovations, as well as helping family and friends with their projects. He enjoyed time with his parents, family and friends, nieces and nephews. Guy enjoyed his time with his special person in his life, Shelly Knorr of Biggar, SK. He enjoyed sports as a youth including competitive boxing and professional arm wrestling achieving success and winning championships. He found peace with God and loved nature. Guy leaves behind 5 siblings, and we all grew up in a loving Christian home, with Sunday mass as a part of our ritual. Our Father Armand had a close relationship with God and taught Guy how to get closer to God as well. Guy found peace in nature and had a personal relationship with God. Guy was always quiet, reserved, transparent, wise, direct, and selfless. Mother always said Guy was the most handsome of her sons, she associated her children with a type of flower specific to each child. Guy was the "tulip" which represents rebirth, and perfect and deep love. It is the first flower to bloom in the spring, and is highly anticipated. We deeply love and miss you Guy, and we know God has you in Heaven. In Guy's memory donations may be made to the Jim Pattison Children's Hospital, #1 - 345 3rd Ave. S, Saskatoon, SK S7K 1M6. Warren's Funeral Home were entrusted with the arrangements. For further information call 306-773-8831 or 1-800-267-6606 or visit our website at www.warrensfuneralhome.com and express your sympathy on the family tribute wall.
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