Krause: Stuart Alvin age 63 years, of Swift Current, Saskatchewan, passed away Saturday, October 31, 2020 at Clover House. Stuart is survived by his wife of 40 years Rose Anne Krause (Boyer); 3 sons: Kevin (Sandy) Boyer; grandchildren Mitchel, Ashley, Megan; great-granddaughter Aalyiah; Kim (Angel) Boyer; grandchildren: Kaitlyn, Logan, Carson; great-grandson Callen; Kurtis (Kim) Krause; grandsons Kresten, Keygen; 1 daughter Kristie (Jason) Lawes; grandsons Brandyn, Hunter, and Blake. His siblings: Gerald Krause, Kelly (Chelsey) Krause, Verna (Ross) Heebner, Rose Monkman, Donna (Richard) Dussault. His wife's siblings: Francer (Palmer) Jacobson, Barbara St. Germain, Debbie Penner, Elmer Boyer, Oliver (Sheila) Boyer, Garry (Brenda) Boyer. As well as numerous aunts, and uncles, and many nieces and nephews. Stuart was predeceased by his parents Edward and Mary (Dyck) Krause. Parents-in-law Octave and Therese Boyer; brother-in-laws: Barry Goodwin, Earl Monkman, Wilfred Boyer, Wilfred St. Germain, Lenard Penner, and Larry Penner; sister-in-law Judy Boyer; nieces Rebecca Furey, Dannielle Nyland; and nephew Darren Boyer. Stuart was born in Swift Current on July 20, 1957, and attended school at Waldeck and Vanguard Schools. He was employed at various trucking companies within the oil industry in the Swift Current area, and most recently South West Pipe Ltd. Oh the stories he would share and the miles put on. The man knew every road better than any GPS system we've encountered to date. He was a hard working family man. Stuart spent lots of time with his parents and siblings. Although he had a close relationship with his siblings, Kelly and Stuart had a special bond of a little and big brother. Always willing to try different things, and projects. Stuart enjoyed fishing, hunting, auction sales, going to the casino, camping, scrap hauling. One of his favorite sayings was "stoned or drunk we'll haul your junk." He loved his family time with grand kids and children. Always out and about staying busy with one project or another, or heading to Timmies to coffee with family and friends. Stuart always had a witty comment, incredible sense of humor that always made people smile. A memorial service is being planned in July of 2021. Donations in Stuart's memory may be made to the Kinsmen Foundation, 2217C Hanselman Court, Saskatatoon, Saskatchewan, S7L 6A8. Warren's Funeral Home were entrusted with the arrangements. For further information call 306-306-773-8831, 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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