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1964 - 2021
He leaves to cherish his memory his wife of 26 years, Hélène (nee Verrier), his son Shelby and his daughter Stacy.
Also his parents, Nelson and Eileen, brothers, Ray (Patti), Ron (Geri), his nephews, Lee (Sam,) Ryan (Alana), and niece Lauren, five great-nephews and nieces, and brothers and sisters-in-law, along with their families, as well as very many friends.
Shane grew up in the West End of Winnipeg and moved to Rosser at the age of 12. At the age of seven he started attending Living Bible Explorers and had many adventures learning about the word of God and getting into mischief at camp and at boys club.
That is where he accepted Christ and made many friends that are still in his life today. That is also where he would continue to be involved later in life by speaking at many camps, and help in running his own boys club.
Shane's pride and joy were his family and he loved to go on family car trips, camping, water and amusement parks.
He loved to go fishing with his son and his daughter had him wrapped around her little finger. When they were young he would invent games to play with them such as steam roller, giving rides for tickets and icky man at the beach.
His biggest passion was his love of car racing. He would race or go watch racing any and every chance he got whether it was near or far.
His friends always joked about the time he lost his gas tank in the middle of the speedway. He just couldn't quite figure out why his car had suddenly stopped running. He loved to joke around with everybody even when the joke was about him.
Shane worked many jobs over the years, had his own businesses and was never shy about trying new things or taking courses to better himself.
If he could tell you anything right now it would be to give your life to Jesus. To accept that we all fall short and we can never do enough or be good enough to enter heaven, except for Jesus' sacrifice on the cross. All we have to do is accept this wonderful gift.
Due to Covid restrictions, a private ceremony will be held.
Those who wish, may send flowers to the family or may donate to Living Bible Explorers or Union Gospel Mission.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 03, 2021
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Our sincere condolences to all of Shane's family. May the family find comfort in your memories of Shane. - Posted by: Ken Black (cousin) on: Jul 05, 2021
I was very saddened to learn today of the passing of Shane Shodine. Over the past 20 years Shane and I became good friends through business. He served for many years on the board of directors of Bird River Resources. He will be greatly missed by all of his former associates and friends. My deepest sympathies to the family. Jon Bridgman - Posted by: Jon Bridgman (Friend ) on: Jul 05, 2021
Shane left wonderful memories in my mind from the day he was in my grade 6 classroom at Wellington School. This cute little blond kid was energetic and funny. He was so much fun I often talked about him to my girlfriend and future wife as we were dating in the early 70s. She found his obituary in the paper and remembered him immediately. He was always worried about his homework assignments but got them done eventually. I am excited about his faith walk. I too am a Christian and my son actually worked for Living Bible Explorers too. Now my son is a youth pastor. I was definitely surprised and saddened he passed away so young. I would have loved to have talked to him yet. My wife and I send our condolences and we will pray for his family as you grieve this huge loss. Call me sometime and we could talk about his life and legacy. Thanks. - Posted by: Juergen Werner (Grade 6 teacher of Shane) on: Jul 04, 2021
Favorite Memories: 1) Shane as a teenager lighting a fire on the cabin floor at Gimli Bible Camp during a youth retreat. 2) A canoe trip in Northern Ontario with Shane, George Walker, Mike McInnes and I. We forgot a frying pan so Shane and Mike went into the bush and found a flat Ford hub cap with a solid bottom and a one inch rim. We cleaned it and cooked our pancakes in it. All of them said "Ford Motor Company" on them. 3) Shane and Helene coming to Brightwood Ranch to be the speaker. So sorry to hear of his passing. Shane, say hi to George for us. Brent - Posted by: Brent Ankrom (Friend) on: Jul 04, 2021
We are sending our condolences with deepest sympathy and warm thoughts to help comfort you at this hard time. I have known Shane as a very nice cousin. From Doug, Pearl and family. - Posted by: Doug black (Cousin) on: Jul 04, 2021
Hélène my heart goes out to you and the kids. Please know that you're in my thoughts and prayers. My sincerest condolences for an incredibly great loss. And I do remember the infamous loss of gas tank! We were at that race together! Great memories ❤️ Love knows no boundaries. While Shane is no longer physically with us, his spirit is always around us. - Posted by: Liane Haviland (Friend ) on: Jul 03, 2021
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