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Byron Harley Mowatt
December 23, 1985 ~ September 9, 2023 (age 37) 37 Years Old
Byron Harley Mowatt was hatched (how he said it) on December 23, 1985. He passed awaysuddenly on September 9, 2023.
Byron was predeceased by his mother Alice Johnson nee Mowatt, his sister Germain Mowatt and his grandfather Albert Mowatt. Byron leaves to mourn his passing; his sister Francine Mowatt and her children: Trayvon(Byron’s great niece Mia Thorassie), Germain, Lita, Kota, Joanna, William, Larissa and JoJo Jr; his brother Leon Guenther; his dad Rodney Wood; his daughter Julia Cote; his son Julian Jawbone; his Auntie Ila Thom to who he looked to as a mother figure after losing his mom; and numerous cousins, Aunties, Uncle’s and friends.
Byron was a very kind person. He was a real jokester who loved to make people laugh and he also told very inappropriate jokes. Byron was selfless, he would give anyone the shirt off his back and the shoes off his feet if they had none. Byron was also very talented in art and loved doing graffiti. He also had many hidden talents that few knew about, like sewing (which his Auntie Ila taught him) and dancing. Byron didn’t open up to a lot of people, just to the ones he trusted so, there was a lot that people didn’t know about him.
Byron struggled throughout his life. As an adult, he struggled with alcoholism but that never changed the love that his family had for him.
Byron will be dearly missed by all who loved him.
Services to be held in Sayisi Dene First Nation Tadoule Lake Mb. Interment to follow
When I am gone Cry for me a little Think of me sometimes But not too much Think of me now and again As I was in Life At some moments it's pleasant to recall But not for long Leave me in peace And I shall leave you in peace And while you live Let your thoughts be with the living
Services will be held in Sayisi Dene First Nation Tadoule lake Mb. Interment to follow.
When I am gone Cry for me a little
Think of me sometimes But not too much
Think of me now and again As I was in life
At some moments it’s pleasant to recall But not for long
Leave me in peace And I shall leave you in peace
And while you live let your thoughts be with the living