Henry Huppe

04/03/1938 - 01/04/2020

Obituary for Henry Huppe

April 3, 1938 - January 4, 2020

It is with great sorrow that we have to say goodbye and put a great man to rest. Henry Huppe passed away peacefully on January 4, 2020 at Mackenzie Place Continuing Care Centre in Grande Prairie.
He will be greatly missed by his children; Joanne (Allan Guzak), Gerald (Paula), Richard (Claudette), Louise Lindblom, Melvin (Christina), Michelle (Greg Stromsmoe), his grandchildren, his great-grandchildren, his siblings; Louis, Lucille (Joe Schill), Jeanne Groves, as well as many nieces, nephews, and extended family.
He was predeceased by his parents Jean-Francois and Yvette, brother Leopold and his brother-in-law John Groves.
At Henry’s request, there will be no service in Grande Prairie but will have one at a later date in Nobleville, Sask.
Henry’s family would like to extend a special thank you to the nurses on 1 East of Mackenzie Place Continuing Care Centre for their amazing care and for being there to support him and our family.
Memorial Donations may be made to Parkinson’s Association of Alberta, #103 10901 100 Street Grande Prairie AB T8V 2M9
Care entrusted to Bear Creek Funeral Home 780 830 7742

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Our sincere sympathies to all the family on the loss of Henry .Prayers and thoughts are with all of you at this sad time. Uncle Leo and Aunty Madeleine Braconnier Roger and Marianne Stewart Gregg and Rita Timms
- Marianne Stewart
Sorry for your loss, sincere condolences.
- Carmen Ewing
We pass on our sincerest condolences to all of Henry's family. May he 'Rest in Peace'......... I always looked up to both my older brothers! Growing up in Saskatchewan was a different life that few people would understand in this era. While our lives took separate paths, we always managed to communicate and catch up on what was happening in each other's lives. Losing my brother Leo in 1997 was hard for me. I then realized that 'life' was not what I had anticipated as he passed away much too early and left me appreciating all I had. And, I am sure Henry felt the same. I could relate some stories from way back when but, I think they are better left unsaid! Henry enjoyed a varied life and moved around between Saskatchewan, British Columbia and Alberta. He always had family nearby which, he loved and admired. One early memory of mine - Henry loved to hunt and in his early 20's (I believe memories tend to fade) he was shot through his leg by a fellow hunter as he had his moose hung in a tree and was doing the cleaning!!! We know that Henry has suffered greatly in his last years and admire that he always had a smile for everyone, no matter what. We would like all of his family to know that we feel your pain also, but, ask you to remember that when you feel raindrops following softly on your faces, it is his tears from Heaven remembering you all his children, grand-children, great grand-children and all. Just remember when you feel those rain drops, he is now resting in a better place, smiling down and watching over you all and praying that you all have the best life you deserve! The twinkle in the eye and his mischievous smile will remain in my mind forever! Rest in Peace dear brother Henry, With Love, Your Baby Brother Louis and Doreen
- Louis Huppee

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