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October 5, 2019
May 08,1937- October 05,2019
Isaac Thiessen of Brooks Alberta passed away on Saturday October 05, 2019 at the age of 82 at Sunrise Gardens in Brooks. Isaac was born in Gouldtown, Saskatchewan on May 08, 1937. Isaac will be lovingly remembered by his children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, siblings and friends. He is survived by: Son – Michael (Deanna) Thiessen, children Bronson and Daynon, Daughter -Twila Asselin, children Melissa (Tim) Waldner, children Hailey, Lucas and Wesley, children Tyrell and Aryanna, Daughter- Pauline (Remelino) Pablo, Son – Timothy Thiessen, children Matthew and Madison; Sister – Lydia ( Roy ) Schultz; brother – Jake Thiessen; Sister- Darlene (Victor) Traversano; sister – Carol Thiessen; brother – Gordon (June) Thiessen; brother – Bobby ( Lynetta ) Thiessen and numerous nieces nephews and cousins. Isaac was predeceased by his Father and Mother – Henry and Eva Thiessen; Brothers – Henry, Peter and Raymond Thiessen. Isaac enjoyed his work and accomplished it to his best. He was employed at the Alfalfa Plant for about 5yrs in the Pellet Mill, with Peter Hansen for 9 yrs Grinding Hay, P&H Oilfield services for about 10yrs as an amazing Backhoe Operator, with Banjo Oilfield services for about 5yrs as a Backhoe Operator. Isaac had other jobs as well through his lifetime. On April 15th, 1969 Isaac married Linda Hansen. In 20 years of marriage they had 4 wonderful children, Michael, Twila, Pauline and Timothy. On May 12th, 1990 Isaac married Joanell Carratt where he joined her in raising 3 step children; Terry, Tim and Tj. Isaac enjoyed life at every moment and hunted to make sure there was always food on the table. Sausage making was a huge treat for us all, he loved making this a family ritual. He spent time fishing for relaxation and enjoyment and made many great memories camping and playing a good round of horseshoes. He enjoyed visiting and storytelling with family and friends. Fixing vehicles is where he got his mechanically inclined mind from. He could fix almost anything. Throughout his time he had given his life to Christ. He made sure to share his love for God and his word as often as he could. Praying for others was a second nature for him. May his love and joy for family and friends carry on to us all as we remember this wonderful man. Graveside Services were held at Brooks Cemetery at 2:00 pm on October 12.