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Wesley, Sheldon Calvert

Sheldon Calvert Wesley “Sellers” suddenly left this world to be with the Creator, where life is everlasting, Monday, April 30, 2007 is the day he entered the spirit world. There he will wait for all those he left behind, his son Brentton Simeon; mother Rose Wesley; aunt Viola Wesley; adopted brother Richard Amos (Violet); brothers Ernest Wesley (Belva), Reginald Wesley (Cheryl); sisters Jacqueline Rider, and Vanora Wesley. He will forever be fondly remembered by his nieces and nephews, Tara Wesley (Dennis), Steed Wesley (Lisa), Stana Wesley, Ira Wesley, Charmaine Wesley, TJ Wesley, Tessa Rider (Kenton), Angel Rider, Tia Rider, Olivia Hunter and the grand children of Ernest & Belva, (11) Reginald & Cheryl (3) and Jacqueline (1). He is also survived by numerous extended relatives from both the Wesley and Snow families. We apologize to any one who we may have missed. Sheldon was predeceased by his father Thompson Snow (1980), brothers Gilbert Snow (1960), Moses Snow (1973), Evertte D. Wesley (1975), Lorne Wesley (1972), Fabian Wesley (1985), sister Vervetta Wesley (1988), maternal grandparents Moses (1991) and Mary Jane Wesley (1984), special granddaughters Shania Wesley (1997) and Tianna Kaquitts (2003).

Cherished memories of Sheldon, he left with us are, he participated in rodeos in the boy’s steer riding as a young boy and the bull riding event, especially volunteering to represent the Wesley Administration in the businessmen’s cow riding. Other achievements were obtaining grade school and high school education in Morley and Exshaw schools, but his true desire was to be adventurous in the outdoors. This was evident in his obtaining his wilderness big game guiding license. Sheldon loved to hunt and fish as well as work outdoors, repairing fences and working with horses. He also participated in the Ta Otha Ride from Morley to the Big Horn Reserve. Sheldon was a caring and giving person and never put himself first. He especially loved to make people laugh by telling funny stories and teasing with everyone.

Wake Services will be held on Sunday, May 6 and Monday, May 7, 2007 at the residence of Stana Wesley, followed by the Funeral Services on Tuesday, May 8, 2007 at 12:00 pm at the Morley United Church. Graveside Services to follow at the Wesley Cemetery. Forward condolences through The family would like to thank the doctors and nurses at the Foothills Medical Centre, Unit 71 for their care and services.

In living memory of Sheldon Wesley, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Crowfoot Chapel, 82 CROWFOOT CIRCLE N.W. Telephone: (403) 241-0044.

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  1. It seems like yesterday I seen you, all the years now you are gone to be with the creator not a day goes by that I don’t think of you. I miss you and Mom most of the time. I love you and the day you passed on is coming up and I like to thank my bro cousin for being there, they help me, when I miss and see them I feel better. I love you, miss you so much. I will see you in the spirit world.

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