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5201 Lakeshore Drive
Bonnyville, AB T9N 1X7
Phone: (780) 826-3113
Fax: (780) 826-3400
Leslie Klassen

Leslie Grant Klassen

Wednesday, May 28th, 1969 - Sunday, March 15th, 2020
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With saddened hearts the family of Leslie Grant Klassen of Cold Lake, Alberta announces his unexpected passing on Sunday, March 15, 2020 at the age of 50 years.
Leslie is lovingly survived by his son: Christopher (Marissa) Klassen of Cold Lake; two daughters: Cassandra (Jack) Harvie of Bonnyville, Becky (Joel) Breau of Bonnyville; five grandchildren: Malaki, Nikolai, Octavia, Jade, Coral; mother: Agnes Klassen; two brothers: Norman & Edwin Klassen; two sisters: Gloria & Georgina; as well as numerous nieces & nephews.
Leslie was predeceased by his father: Abram Klassen; two sisters: Shirley Klassen & Delores Kessler.
A Service of Remembrance will be held at a later date at the Bonnyville Baptist Church, Bonnyville, AB. Inurnment to follow at the St. John’s United Church Cemetery, Bonnyville, AB.
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    Bonnyville Baptist Church
    4111-43 Avenue
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    St. John's United Church Cemetery


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Cassandra Marie-Lynn Harvie

Posted at 10:59pm
Leslie grant Klassen was a Step Dad to My Sister Rebecca and I, and the biological dad of Our half Brother Christopher Klassen. Our Mother Patricia and Les Started dating when My sister and I were very young. He was strict with us when we were younger because this is how he was raised. He was raised to be a hard worker, strong and to respect his parents. He in turn parented us in the same manner. When my sister and I lost our biological father to a battle with Cancer, he was there for us and I feel we softened his spirit over the years. (In a good way). He began to show us more love and accepted our love as well. He loved our mom. And he took care of us all. He was so happy when his son was born!! He loved the idea of having a boy to make model cars with and as Christopher got older, he looked forward to working on cars with him. Although I think he ended up enjoying going for crazy, wild drives with Christopher more than doing the mechanics. Our dad didn’t sleep well at night only for a couple hours then he would be back in his recliner in the living room so there was plenty of time for long, meaningful talks if we were willing to skip out on a few hours of sleep ourselves. And sometimes we would just watch shows until our eyes were to heavy to stay awake. In my experience he would wait until I fell asleep on the couch and then wake me up to say if your falling asleep why don’t you go to your bed, but I would say but I’m comfy here. But he would poke and prod me until I went to my own bed. When Les broke his back we would have to go to the city (Edmonton) every second weekend. We would go to a nice hotel with a pool and go swimming and have meals at the restraunt in the hotel and regardless of how much he despises eating at McDonald’s if us kids wanted to eat there he would take us at least once per trip but usually more than once. I don’t want to get into details about why we wouldn’t have a roof over our head if it were not for Les but like I said he took care of us, he fed us, clothed us, and When pay day would come around he would give most of his income to our mom and us kids and more time than not leave himself short because he was not greedy, he was generous and very relaxed about money it wasn’t what was most important to him. What was most important to him was his family, his Mom, his Brothers and Sisters, his Nieces and Nephews, his Partner, Children and Grand Children. Dad had a strong and comforting hug and was very funny with his expressions, and hand gestures. He will be missed!!

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