Bradley Dean Quewezance passed away at the age of 45 years on December 7, 2018 in Regina, SK.
A wake was held on Monday, December 10, 2018 from the Keeseekoose Chiefs Educational Complex.
A funeral service was held on Tuesday, December 11 also from the Keeseekoose Chiefs Educational Complex.
Interment followed at the Keeseekoose Full Gospel Cemetery.
Bradley received his education at Fort Livingston School and graduated in 1994 at K.C.I. Brad was a loving dad, grandpa, partner, uncle, son, brother and Skyrim god (his favorite game). He was a hardworking man who wasn’t afraid to have rough hands. He knew how to get along with everyone, and would always start conversation. Brad was helpful and kind hearted, always willing to go that extra mile for anyone.
Bradley grew up at Keeseekoose First Nation; down the hill, where he enjoyed his time working the horses. He loved garage sailing with his baby girl Krista on Saturday mornings and finding unique ornaments. He also enjoyed being godfather to Teigan.
Bradley took training to become Fire Chief of Keeseekoose First Nation. When he wasn’t out fighting fires he was playing Skyrim and spending time with his family, whom he loved very much.
Bradley was predeceased by his Mother; Theresa Quewezance, Brother; Floyd Quewezance, Sister; Kandi Quewezance, Grandpa; Philip Keshane, Grandma(Kokanan); Mary-Jane Keshane and Grandpa; Dan Keshane.
Bradley will be missed by his wife; Christie Whitehawk, children; Destiny Rezanzoff of Regina, Kristin, Morgan (Gabe), Roland, Brea, Krista Whitehawk of Cote First Nation, grandchildren; Riley, Aezon and Curtis Whitehawk of Cote First Nation, sisters; Laverna Quewezance of Quebec, Kendra Quewezance of Winnipeg, Father’ Vernon Keshane, Adopted mom and dad; Fred and Donna Cote, brothers; Fred Jr, Waylon, sisters; Wendy, Petrie of Keeseekoose First Nation.