In Loving Memory of
Albert Max Bellerose
Born April 18, 1971
Entered into Rest March 15, 2021
Vancouver, British Columbia
Albert Max Bellerose known as Max was called home by the Creator and his Spirit family that were waiting for him on March 15, 2021 in Vancouver BC at the age of 49. Max leaves to cherish his memory his son Dalton Sparvier. Max was Predeceased by his parents' father Michael Bellerose and mother Sarah Desjarlais, a younger sister he loved Alisa Bellerose, special cousins Richard Bellerose, Terry and Darren Akan. Predeceased Grandparents Albert and Annie Bellerose, Frank and Virigina Desjarlais. Survived by his supportive siblings Chief Reg Bellerose, Brad Bellerose and sister Sherry Bellerose. Numerous aunts and uncles and a special uncle Tom Desjarlais and many cousins, nieces and nephews. Especially Daniel, Alizea, Shayla, Nolan, Raimi, Nova and Kess whom he loved and spent a lot of time with in BC. Along with many Friends he met in his life.
Max was one of a kind a remarkable man, he left a memorable impression on all those who knew him. Max loved hockey and baseball he excelled in all areas of sports. He won a number of medals and awards even Athlete of the year. Max was also giving the name “King of the Hill” for winning the Strong Mans Competition in PA. “They would ask how is King of The Hill doing’?
Max was also known for his strong work ethics being an exceptional strong fast worker when doing his jobs in construction and demolition. His passion was to impress many by how fast and how well he knew his trade and finishing the job quickly “one man working like four people”. He was given lots of credit and was praised as well as teaching others his trade.
Max had a heart of gold, he showed this by helping out family, friends, and strangers. Max never asked for anything back in return, because it had created happiness for him to just help people, “one would say he would literally give the shirt off his back and give away his last few dollars to help”.
Max, you left many great memories to all that knew you! You were definitely loved by all!
A private family service was held with Interment in the Muskowekwan First Nation Cemetery. Arrangements entrusted to Conley Funeral Home, Raymore, SK. 1-306-746-1000
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