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Quinn Guenther Lee Wilson

May 7, 1996 ~ December 6, 2023 (age 27) 27 Years Old

Quinn Wilson Obituary

On December 6th, 2023, the Creator took Quinn Home. Quinn was born in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan to Dianne Roulette and Lee Wilson. Quinn had three siblings; Kyra, Ellery and Xavier.

Predeceased by his Grandmother Selma Perswain (d.2008), Grandfather Alfie James Roulette (d. 1964), Grandfather Johnny Perswain (d.1997).  

His older sister was always there to care for him - she would always read him books. Quinn loved being the big brother to his younger sister; Ellery. He taught her to read, write her name and ride a bike. Quinn would enjoy  his cinnamon crunch breakfast cereal with his sisters.

As a young boy, he was involved in cadets and always talked about joining the army. After Cadets, he decided to further his education and graduated from Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT). Quinn had many dreams but unfortunately the Creator had other plans for him.

Quinn was blessed and had the opportunity to travel around the world, he travelled to the Middle East, drove across Canada and visited all the provinces, as well as the United States. He lived in India, with his Dad, and they made many memories together. As a young man, he went on multiple trips with his Mother and his siblings. They went on a Disney Cruise and were able to travel to Disneyworld a few times. They also went to Hawaii to honour the life of his late grandmother, Selma. The trip was a memorable experience because his late grandmother always wanted to go to Hawaii but was unable to do so. Quinn mentioned to his Mother that he couldn't believe that the waters were very blue, just like the postcards.

His uncle Jason always attended Quinn’s birthday parties and all of his special events. He was more than an uncle, he was his best friend. Quinn’s uncle Jason was a teacher in Onion Lake, and he would often take a bus all by himself to visit his uncle, Quinn was nine years old. Quinn would go and visit his uncle Jason to play video games.  They would play 24 hours playing the new Halo game.

Quinn made many trips to Petersfield to visit Meme and Grandpa Ed. During these visits, meme would spoil him with her delicious cooking and she made sure he was always fed even when he wasn't hungry. They would eat in shifts at Meme's house.

Quinn had a love for his cats; Chewy, Blackey and Mingsey, they were his fur babies. He enjoyed watching them zoom around the house. Quinn inherited his love for cats from his Mom. When Quinn was out with his mom, they would go to the casino or yard sales, he absolutely loved visiting yard sales and antique stores. He had a passion for collecting antiques, just like Meme. He often dreamt of opening up his own antique store.

Special thank you to the firekeepers for keeping the sacred fire going and the Clarke’s Funeral Home for their care and compassion.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to any foundation to help those facing addiction. 

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Traditional Wake
December 13, 2023

4:00 PM
Spirit Lodge, Long Plain First Nation

Traditional Feast followed by Service
December 14, 2023

12:00 PM
Spirit Lodge, Long Plain First Nation


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