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Malcolm Dwight North Peigan (Brocket)

July 23, 1985 January 2, 2019
Malcolm Dwight North Peigan (Brocket)
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Obituary for Malcolm Dwight North Peigan (Brocket)


Malcolm North Peigan passed away peacefully at Fort Macleod Hospital January 2, 2019. Malcolm was born to Denise North Peigan & Adrian North Peigan (deceased) on July 23, 1985 at Pincher Creek Hospital.

Graduated from Lord Shaughness High School, Calgary, Alberta. He is survived by his mother Denise North Peigan; brothers: Adrian; Hartwell (Tina); Seth, Leighton (Krista) North Peigan from Kansas City, several nieces and nephews, uncle Billy (Late Corrine), Jeffery, Gary (Dorothy), Fabian, several more uncles and aunties, cousins, family, friends and others whom Malcolm touched.

Malcolm grew up with his two brothers: Adrian North Peigan and Hartwell North Peigan (Tina Warrior) in Brocket, AB. Malcolm attended Brocket Elementary in 1991, where he met numerous friends and family. When Malcolm's father passed away, he and his family then moved to Calgary. He attended and graduated from Lord Shaughnessy High School. He was so proud that he had graduated. In 2000, he was blessed with another baby brother Seth North Peigan. He loved Seth very much.

Malcolm had many skills and talents. He loved playing sports. He played hockey with Piikani Jr. Hockey Association and Calgary Novice Minor Hockey. He also played basketball with the Wildman/Beaver Family. He was noted to be an outstanding player and excelled at most every sport. His hobby was drawing. He was blessed with amazing abilities; Malcolm could sketch portraits very well. He was a very good artist. Malcolm was also a fire fighter. He loved the outdoors and was always outside when he had a chance. He also attended church with his mother when he could.

In 2010, Malcolm got sick and resided with his mother in Fort Macleod, AB. He loved all his nieces and nephews very much; they brought him so much joy and happiness. Malcolm loved all his friends and family. He took a lot of his cousins as brothers and sisters & loved all of them. Malcolm was a very jolly, happy and kind person. There was hardly ever a day when he was upset; he always had a smile on his face. Malcolm always had some sort of joke to laugh about. He loved all his family and friends.

A Prayer Service held for Malcolm at Snodgrass Funeral Home (1101 Main St. Pincher Creek), following the two-day Wake at Billy North Peigan. A Funeral Service will be held at 1:00 pm on January 12, 2019.

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Previous Events





11:00 AM 1/10/2019 11:00:00 AM
Snodgrass Funeral Homes - Pincher Creek

1101 Main Street East
Pincher Creek, AB T0K 1W0

Followed by the Two-Day Wake at Billy North Peigan's residence on the Piikani Nation Reserve (Brocket).

Snodgrass Funeral Homes - Pincher Creek
1101 Main Street East Pincher Creek T0K 1W0 AB





1:00 PM 1/12/2019 1:00:00 PM - 3:00 PM 1/12/2019 3:00:00 PM
Piikani Community Hall

1610 15 Ave
Brocket, AB T0K 0H0

Followed by the Burial at the Brocket Cemetery

Piikani Community Hall
1610 15 Ave Brocket T0K 0H0 AB

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