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Scott Eliotte Spence

September 4, 2021


             With great sadness and heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of our beloved son, Scott E. Spence “Kirby”; Father, brother, uncle, cousin & nephew.

            Scott leaves to mourn his passing his parents Marjorie and Bryant Spence; his biological mother Ruby Whitford; his children Aliayh, Haylie, Hanna Starr, Ryland Scottson, Reighelle Roulette, Michelle and Cherish Spence Mecas.

            Scott leaves to mourn his passing his brothers, Gordon “Archie” and Sheila Whitford, Joseph “Joe-Joe” Demerais and Janis, Matthew “Mickey” and Sheryl Whitford, Lyle Kirby Wade Houle, Perry and Marranda Houle, Charlie and Monia Houle, Harrison Ford, Harold Whitford; and his sisters Princess Houle and Nichol Kirby Whitford.

            Scott will be gratefully missed by his partner Gwen Mecas; his godparents Patrick Jr. West and Wanda Fangnan; his big bro Conrad West; his special nanny Roxanne Whitford and Victor St. Paul; his Kirby family; his aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews from both families, and friends.

            Scott is predeceased by his biological father Wallace Kirby; his grandmother Doris Whitford; grandparents Ben and Elsie Kirby; his brother Grant M. Kirby; step brother Perry Whitford Spence; and his special ko-ko Josephine Spence.

            Scott attended school in Amaranth, MB and Sandy Bay then Alonsa School. Scott started his first job at Neepawa hog plant, then Scott met his first love and they had 3 beautiful girls; they were his pride and joy. Scott started to work for the C.P rail and he found his second love and had 3 more beautiful children, 2 boys and a girl. Scott started on odd construction jobs and then to dry walling then he met his final mate, they had 2 beautiful daughters and one more on the way.

            Scott had many hobbies; he enjoyed fixing up bikes and fixing phones for his friends. He was a whiz at tackling any job. We will miss his gentle smile and his sparkle in his eyes. If you knew him, he was sure to make you smile. He enjoyed joking around with his family and that is going to be missed greatly.

            Scott’s children were his pride and joy. His dad was his idle; he would find his dad anytime in P.L.P. Scott always said “I love you Mom & Dad, drive safe home.”

XOXO, we love you, Son.

Until we meet again.

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September 12, 2021

12:00 PM
Amaranth Hall

Funeral Service
September 13, 2021

2:00 PM
Amaranth Hall

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