We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Sneath-Strilchuk Funeral Services - Ste. Rose
Brady Houle of Ebb and Flow First Nation passed away on Saturday, November 20, 2021 at the age of 31 years.
A traditional wake began on Sunday, November 28, 2021 at 4:00 pm from the residence of Charlene Houle, 760 Lake Road SE, Ebb and Flow First Nation. 1.
Funeral Service were held on Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 1:00 pm from the residence of Charlene Houle, 760 Lake Road SE, Ebb and Flow First Nation. Interment followed in the Ebb and Flow Cemetery.
Peacefully on November 20th, 2021 at Ebb and Flow First Nation, Brady Houle passed away at the age of 31 years old.
Brady was a very kind loving person. He enjoyed spending time with his mom cooking and baking and doing chores around the house. He also enjoyed playing video games, watching Netflix and listening to music.
Brady was predeceased by his Koko Victoria Houle; his grandpa Emile Houle; his uncle Benson; his Koko Ida Mack and his grandpa Charles Mack; his aunties Virginia Houle and Florence Houle.
Brady Houle will be sadly missed by his dad Vaughn Mack; his mom Charlene Houle; his brother Travis Houle (Katrina Racette); his uncle Vance (April); his godparents Maxine Houle and Alex Beaulieu; his nephews and nieces, Lucas, Chloe, Christian, Cherish, Troy, Triton and his godchild Draden Houle.
The worst day of loving someone is the day that you lose them.
Our special friend Boogit will always be remembered for his kindness, gentleness and thoughtfulness. We will all cherish his memory. Charlene's friends were always teased by Boogit, he had a sweet sense of humour. He gave all of his mom's friends nicknames; Shirley was known as Gorilla, Charlotte was Merna, Alvina was Ganish, Katrina was Nora, Linda was Snake or Snakage, April was Doogule and Millie was always Millie Lou.
Boogit always helped his mom and he always enjoyed visiting and being helpful.
Caroline told a story about Brady when he started school at Ebb and Flow School. She asked Brady what his name was? He replied "Boogit". She looked at him and then asked the boy sitting next to him "What's his name?". Dakota Baptiste answered "Boogit". She finally asked a 3rd boy "What's his name" and Jarret Houle replied "Boogit. She laughed and later found out that his name was Brady!
Brady was one of a kind and we will miss him dearly. He was always so helpful and loving. We will cherish every memory and we're truly blessed to say that we knew and loved Boogit.
Fly high Boogit until we meet again