Colter McLeod

February 9, 2018 - 3:22pm
Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Colter Jon McLeod of Edmonton, Alberta passed away on January 31, 2018 at the age of 35 years.  Colt is survived by his mom, Peggy Mcleod, his sister, Erin Hildebrand, his brother-in-law, Clint, niece Danika, nephews Rylan and Markus.  His brother, Kiel Mcleod (Kim), and nephew Karter River Mcleod.  Brother, Scott Wolford and sister Heidi Wolford, nephews, Kyden, Zackery, and Lucas.  Special cousins, Matthew (Cora and Charlie), Andrew (Lisa and Launa),  Mike (Hailey), Jessica (Ty, Aubrey, Tylor, Boston), Roberta (Curtis), Carrie (Ben, Melaina, Lucy), Scott (Sara), Dustin (Kylene, Nic, Alex, Inara), Nathan (Marine), Shea (Charissa), Cheyanne (Taylor), Hailey, Magann, Steven (Jamie, Evan, Elliot, Ethan), Jordan (Katie and Olivia), Shane, Shannon (Cory, Sunny, Mia), Cody and Family, Clinton and Family, K.T, Brooklynn, and Cousin Tommy.  Special Uncles, Roly (Gale), Chris (Carol), Rick, Doug (Fern), John (Jean), Tom (Shannon), Uncle Ron, Uncle Harvey and the Mcleod Family back in Ontario. Special Aunts, Cathy, Lori, Lynnelle (Kevin), Penny (Rob).  Special people, Barb and Dave, Larissa and Doug. Debbie, Laura and Jenna, His roomates, Mike and Scotty, and his close friend, Heidi.  And the many others.  Those loved ones who are with Colter now are his dear Aunty Margot, his dad Rick, his aunty Maureen, his dad’s twin brother, John, his gramma Polly and Grampa George Sutherland, his gramma and grampa Mcleod, his baby cousins, Anthony and Desiree, and Uncle Mike, and Uncle Vince.

Colter was born in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan on April 25, 1982. He grew up in Prince Albert, lived a while in Williams Lake, BC,  lived a while in Saskatoon, a while in Meadow Lake.  He moved to Red Deer, AB where he worked in a pig factory, He then made his way to Fort McMurray, then to Sherwood Park, and eventually to Edmonton, AB where he has lived for the past 5 years.

Colter was a quiet guy, a selfless human being with a heart of gold.  He had a love for hockey, the playstation kind, and the Edmonton Oilers. Colter loved watching the Price is Right, and corny movies. He enjoyed his walks to 7-11 for pepsi slushes, and tosquitos.  His compassion for others was huge, he would give the shirt off his back. When Colter smiled, it lit the room. His laugh will be remembered.  He will be missed, big time.

Remembrance and Celebration of Colter’s journey of life will be held at the Avalon Church (413 Cascade Road) located in Saskatoon, Sk on Monday, February 12, at 11 am.

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