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LOUIS ANGUS MCLEOD
Born: Apr 06, 1949
Date of Passing: Jul 13, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
LOUIS ANGUS MCLEOD
Louis was known to many for his quick wit, thunderous laugh and the ability to give everyone a nickname. Louis loved his family and friends, his door was always open and always there to help. He loved playing crib, talking on the phone and of course watching the Jets, Bombers and Blue Jays on T.V. Louis also enjoyed his deer hunting trips.
Louis married Brenda on July 6, 1976 in Thompson, MB. From there they lived in Churchill and later settled in Selkirk, MB, where they had two children, Barrett and Brandi. Louis was blessed with four grandchildren, Kaleb, Nicholas, Taylor and Oaklyn. He loved them immensely and was their biggest supporter and cheerleader. He would try his best to be at every sporting event and dance recital. He barely missed any. He was the loudest, proudest papa in the stands.
Louis worked for Manitoba Hydro, starting his career in 1973 at Notigi Control Structure as a camp maintenance man. Carpentry brought him to Churchill for a few years and then finding a permanent spot in Selkirk. While based in Selkirk he had the opportunity to work in many remote and isolated communities. He was very handy and able to build whatever was asked of him. His carpenter shop was a common gathering place to socialize and tell stories. Louis retired after 34 years with Manitoba Hydro, during this time he made many great friends and will be remembered for his kind heart, sense of humour and his unique wave.
Louis was predeceased by his father and mother, Norman and Adrienne McLeod, his sister Norma and brother-in-law Carl Magnusson, sister Annette and brother Joe.
He leave to mourn his wife Brenda, son Barrett, daughter Brandi, grandchildren, Kaleb, Nicholas, Taylor and Oaklyn; two granddogs, Sophie and Rory; brothers and sisters, Willie, Richard (Pat), Denise (Wayne), Larry (Sheryl) and Robin; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He will be missed by all
Cremation has taken place, memorial service will be held at a later date.
Condolences may be left on his tribute wall at www.gilbartfuneralhome.com
Gilbart Funeral Home, Selkirk
in care of arrangements.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jul 17, 2021
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Brenda, Barrett, Brandi My deepest condolences for your loss. Louis was truly was a such a nice person. I always enjoyed my conversations with him. He was so proud of his children and grand children With all the sports they played. He will be missed. - Posted by: Rob Martens (Friend ) on: Jul 24, 2021
So Sad to hear Louis has passed away, my condolences to his family. I knew Louis from the Selkirk Service Centre. He was always smiling, always said; Good morning to everyone. He liked to tell you a good joke. I had asked him if he’d make me a small footstool for my chair at my desk, no problem he said. The next morning when I got to work, there it was, next to my chair. RIP. Louis - Posted by: Cathy Kretowski ((Co-worker)) on: Jul 22, 2021
So sorry for your loss, thinking of you in this difficult time - Posted by: Cathy and Steve (friend) on: Jul 18, 2021
I got to know Louis when I worked at Selkirk Service Center. We found out that we shared to pleasure of working in many of Manitoba Hydro out posts etc. such as Notigi and Thompson. I always enjoyed Louis' company - he was to the point, jovial, and enjoyed a good laugh. He was a ray of sunshine - always smiling and in good humor. Rest in Peace Louis - Posted by: Robert Crawley (Co Worker) on: Jul 17, 2021
I always enjoyed stopping by the carpenter shop in Selkirk and having a chat with Louis. We had that Eriksdale/Lundar connection which meant that there was always a story that we could share which often resulted in a good laugh. Louis will be missed, condolences to his family. RIP Louis. - Posted by: Garry Lindell (Coworker ) on: Jul 17, 2021
So sorry to hear of Louis’ passing. He will be missed. He was a great guy. - Posted by: Fran Johnson (Friend) on: Jul 17, 2021
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