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Jesse Allan William Brezden
March 12, 1990 ~ October 26, 2023 (age 33) 33 Years Old
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It is with deep sadness that the family of Jesse Allan William Brezden announces his sudden passing from a motor vehicle accident.
Jesse was born to proud and loving parents, Brad Brezden and Kim Harvie. He was a caring brother to his baby sister, Sydney.
From an early age Jesse was quick to connect with people around him, always excited to spark up a conversation and make a new friend. He took an interest in anything with a motor - seeking new ways to have fun on a bike, quad, snowmobile or boat. Jesse didn't shy away from a challenge and rarely hesitated to dive into something new.
You could count on Jesse for his ideas, some of which would land him in trouble or with an injury or two and a tale to tell.
In 2013, his life changed forever when he welcomed his son Cason; he found his life’s purpose in fatherhood. He devoted his time and energy to his son, always striving to provide Cason with love, support, discipline, and opportunities wanting to create memories, similar to the ones that meant so much to him growing up.
With influence from his parents, Jesse discovered a love for all things outdoors. He developed a love of hunting and spent countless happy times in a field, tree stand or blind. He took great pride in sharing this passion, especially with his son.
Jesse had an easy-going nature; he was the first to roll up his sleeves to help someone in need. Determined to put a smile on everyone’s face, we could count on him to make us laugh with a well-timed prank or a joke. Jesse enjoyed spending time at home, working on projects, collecting treasures and cooking delicious meals for others. Jesse took pride in spending time with family and friends. He preferred a Sunday cruise over a well-manicured lawn.
Given the special opportunity, Jesse stepped into a father-figure role for Kaylie and Milla. He accepted the girls with open arms and prioritized his family above all else.
Jesse had a variety of work experiences, finding friends wherever he went. Recently, Jesse began a career installing flooring for Jenkins. He was enjoying this aspiring venture, meeting clients and was proud to develop and improve his skills. He was excited for his future.
Left to cherish many fond memories are his son Cason, mother Kim, father, Brad (Andrea), sister, Sydney (Dillan), Baba Lorraine, nephew Walker and numerous uncles, aunts, cousins, extended family and close friends.
He was predeceased by his Gido Adam, Grandpa Bill, Grandma Marion and Grandma Joyce.
Viewing will be offered on Saturday, November 4, 2023 from 11:00 am - noon from the Selo Hall in Dauphin, followed by a Funeral Service at 12:00 noon with Floyd Martens officiating.
Private Interment will follow in the Riverside Cemetery.
Should friends so desire, donations in memory of Jesse may be made to a Trust Fund which has been set up at RBC for Jesse's son Cason.