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Saxon Riely Curtis Santer

March 4, 1993 ~ April 18, 2020 (age 27)

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Saxon Riely Curtis Santer

1993-2020

 

 

 

 

 

It is with great sadness that the Daniels/Johnston/Santer families announce the passing of our loved one, Saxon Riely Curtis Santer.  Saxon was born on March 4th, 1993 in Regina to Lora (Steven) Johnston and Kelly (Susan) Santer.

 

The wake and funeral service will be held on Mistawasis Nehiyawak, SK.

Honorary Pallbearers are all those who have shared in Saxon’s life, stories, memories, laughter and love.  Active Pallbearers are Cody Colomb, Brenton Daniels, Keenin Daniels, Stan Mault, Byron Sand, Dustin Whitefish.

 

Saxon is lovingly remembered by his Mother, Lora (Steven) Johnston of Mistawasis Nehiyawak, SK and his Father, Kelly (Susan) Santer of Regina, SK; his children Caleb James Santer of Regina, SK and Sofia-Lynne Santer of Regina, SK; his siblings, Bobbi (Ryan) Daniels of Meadow Lake, SK, Crawford Daniels of Saskatoon, SK, Ken (Rachel) Pauls of Prince Albert, SK, Jamal Daniels of Frog Lake First Nation, AB, Amber Gettel of Regina, SK, Nathan Hanson of Regina, SK, Josie Johnston of Mistawasis, SK and Sarah Johnston of Mistawasis, SK; his Maternal Grandparents Hilliard & Sandra Mirasty of Little Red River First Nation, SK and his Paternal Grandparent Lynda (Barry) Daku of Regina, SK; his niece Rema Naistus of Saskatoon, SK and his nephew Nixon Klassen of Saskatoon, SK; as well as numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins, relatives and friends.

 

Saxon is predeceased by his Maternal Grandfather Rodrick Sutherland; his baby brother Jayce Johnston; his cousin Ryan Pelletier; and his special friend Jody Whitefish

 

Saxon will forever be remembered as being a fun-loving, laughing, joking and at times rambunctious young man with a contagious laugh and smile. His nick name at home was Saxonated. Meaning when he was at home he would eat just about everything out of house and home but leave one item in any box; one swallow in any container; or even jokingly, one grain of rice in a minute rice box! Hence the name ‘Saxon-ate-it’. Because of his rational, “at least I didn’t eat it all!”  Like his huge appetite, his birth weight was over 12lbs!! His poor Ma Ma. So we all know, he has a large appetite, we all know of his astronomical birth weight, but for those who knew him most, they knew he had the heart that matched. He had a special place in his heart for his children, Caleb and Sofia; who he loved so much; His two little sisters, who had their big brother wrapped around their finger; along with his big sister too. Because she demanded it; And his step-kids, where he was Dad #2. You could always count on him to help you out if your need something done, like for instance, your oil changed (and Ladies I’m talking about cars) or just to sit and talk with when you just need a hand to hold.  Saxon graduated from Cochrane High School in Regina with honors and received awards for his outstanding achievements.

We will forever cherish the memories of Saxon.

Family and friends wishing to send online condolences are welcome to visit www.beaulacfuneralhome.com  Arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Beau “Lac “ Funeral Home, Tammy Smart, Funeral Director, Shellbrook, SK 306-747-2828.

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