Andrew Michael NIBOURG

NIBOURG


Andrew Michael Nibourg was born in Edson, Alberta on May 25, 1996 to Lori-Anne and James Nibourg. He was the second oldest of four children; having an older sister Justina and a younger sister and brother Alicia and Isaac. Andrew had just turned eighteen and graduated high school. Andrew loved being outdoors and spending time with family and friends. He loved hockey, fishing, mechanics and he had a great talent of sheep shearing. He was a great son, brother and friend. He was always concerned about other people and his smile and laugh will never be forgotten. Andrew died suddenly on June 7, 2014 at Erskine, Alberta.

Andrew was predeceased by his Grandpa Nibourg and his cousin Jaiden Robbins. He is survived by his parents Lori-Anne and James Nibourg; sisters Justina and Alicia; his brother Isaac; chosen brother Adam Standage; grandparents Leo and Blanche Klein and Min Nibourg; as well as numerous other relatives and a host of friends.


At this time…… “From Our Hearts To Your Hearts” we send you all this message! LOVE your children; Let them know they are LOVED each and every day with a hug and a smile!


Prayer Vigil was held at Wm. E. Hay High School on June 15, 2014 at 7:00 PM and Mass of Christian Burial on June 16, 2014 at 11:00 AM with Father Jozef Wroblewski as Celebrant. Chris Nichols was Adult Server. Musicians Joan Rushton, LeeAnn Kinderwater, Debbie Simon and Phil Jarmin presented their gifts of music. Readers were Lawrence Fisher, Francis Kinderwater and Andrew’s God Mother Marie Reicker. Eulogy was given by Mr. Jeff Lee, words of remembrance and pictorial presentations were offered by several of the teachers and his friends. Honorary Pallbearers were his beloved Uncles and Active Pallbearers were Adam Standage, Quinton Leacock, Chad Detlor, Steven Dahl, Chase Rosland, Dallyn Bissett, Kyle Foot and Aaron Lee as he was laid to rest at Erskine Cemetery.

Friends and family gathered in the School Cafeteria for a time of fellowship and refreshments by Union Hall Ladies, CWL and the Evangelical Free Church Congregation.

Memorial donations may be made to Our Lady of Victory Camp – Gull Lake, c/o Stettler Funeral Home, Box 1780, Stettler, AB, T0C 2L0, but more importantly please remember to give blood in his honour on July 7, 2014, call 1-888-2Donate to book your appointment.

Sympathies may be forwarded to the family by signing the guestbook at www.stettlerfuneralhome.com.

STETTLER FUNERAL HOME & CREMATORIUM

403-742-3422,

entrusted with the care and funeral arrangements.


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