Bruce Francis Lieffers, aged 57, passed away, leaving a deep void in our hearts. He will always be cherished by his parents Don and Evelyn Lieffers, his sister Lynn Parchomchuk (Ron), his brother Jeff, his daughter Emma Foss, and his beloved granddaughter Parker. Additionally, he leaves behind his two nephews Joel and Evan Parchomchuk, as well as several aunts, uncles, and cousins. Bruce was born in Saskatoon and received his education at Bishop Klein elementary school and E.D. Feehan High School. Throughout his academic years, he actively participated in various sports, including track and field, baseball, football, and basketball.

During his summers, Bruce reveled in the family cabin’s blissful surroundings at Memorial Lake. Here, he swam, golfed, waterskied, and indulged in the peaceful tranquility of fishing. The evenings were made memorable by gathering around the crackling fire with loved ones, engaging in heartfelt conversations, playing games, and relishing the sweet taste of roasted marshmallows. After completing high school, Bruce joined Mercury Graphics until its unfortunate closure. Determined to forge a new path, he pursued further education and trained to become a skilled pipe fitter.

In pursuit of closeness to his cherished family and friends, Bruce eventually relocated to Shell Lake. The idyllic environment offered ample opportunities to continue his passions for golfing, fishing, hunting, and snowmobiling. Committed to honoring Bruce’s wishes, there will be no memorial service held. All arrangements are entrusted to Ashley Knash-Mourning Glory Funeral Services. For those who wish to share heartfelt memories or offer condolences, please visit http://www.mourningglory.ca.

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