Richard Feldschun

Obituary of Richard Len Feldschun


It is with deep sadness & broken hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Richard, at the Seven Oaks Hospital with family by his side, on Thursday, July 5, 2018, at the young age of 46. He will be sadly missed by his parents, Manny & Marie, sister Nancy(Jake), brother Raymond(Shaylene), nephew Justin & niece Jenna, aunt Eleanor, uncles Jerry(Sherry) & Willie(Dorothy) & cousins, Cheri, Charlene, Johnny, Roseanne, Maryanne & Diedre. From a young age Richard had kept us on our toes. He loved helping all animals and if in need, brought them home to care for. Our springs & summers were usually filled with fishing adventures to Dauphin River, Fairford & Snow Lake which he always enjoyed with true passion. During winter months you could always find him at Robert A. Steen community center playing hockey. He was artistic, loved to write poetry & taught himself to play guitar. He was always hardworking, focused on self-improvement & always there for others in need even if only to talk. There was never a dull moment when he visited as the room would fill with smiles & laughter. He was predeceased by his grandparents, Rosie & Jim Bilyk, Ella & Alex Feldschun, aunts Arlene, Sheila & Diane, and uncle Alex. Cremation has taken place & a private family celebration of Richard’s life will be held. We wish to thank the wonderful caring staff in the ICU. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society.

If tears could build a stairway

And memories were a lane,

We would walk right up to heaven

And bring you back again.

No farewell words were spoken

No time to say goodbye,

You were gone before we knew it

And only god knows why.

Our hearts still ache in sadness,

And secret tears still flow;

What it meant to lose you

No one will ever know.

But now we know you want us

To mourn for you no more,

To remember all the happy times

Life still has much in store.

Since you’ll never be forgotten

We pledge to you today;

A hallowed place within our heart

Is where you’ll always stay.

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