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Shane Albert Nordell
November 3, 1966 ~ January 24, 2023 (age 56) 56 Years Old
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With much sorrow, our family is announcing the sudden death of our Shane. He was many things to many people and his life was filled with anxiousness and turbulence. Love conquers all things, and we who loved him are filled with a painful void.
He leaves to mourn his loss, his mom, Lorna; his wife, Barb; daughter, Haley; son, Jesse (Kelsey) as well as grandchildren, Jassdynn, Kasen, Cougar and Rhylin. Shane also leaves his siblings, Roxy, Clint (Mileidy), Brady (Brenda), Kelsey (Wendi), as well as a niece, Amber and five nephews, Stephen, Cameron, Graeme, Sheldon and Ross. He leaves his uncle, Larry (Delores) Nordell as well as numerous cousins.
Shane’s dad, Lloyd, recently pre-deceased him, as well as his son, Morgan, in 2018.
Shane loved his family. He loved his home on the farm where he was raised, and where he felt safe and supported. He loved operating heavy equipment, farm machinery, vehicles of any kind. He quite often could be found repairing ailing equipment he used to maintain the farm yard, and contribute to field work.
Shane never turned anyone away who needed something to eat or a place to lay their heads. Serving up pancakes at any hour of the day was his go-to comfort and that of his friends and acquaintances. When he was very young, a neighbours home burned, and a little boy in that house lost all his toys. Shane gathered the four pennies he had and wanted to be taken over so he could give them to the little boy to buy new toys.
He is now at peace.
Plans for a Memorial will be announced at a later date.