Passed away peacefully in his 25th year on October 26, 2017, at 5:25 pm Saskatchewan time at the Regina General Hospital with his mother Ngaire DeNora by his side. Myles sustained two very serious brain injuries after an ATV accident on October 8 and never regained consciousness.
Myles is the cherished and beloved son of Ngaire DeNora and the late Joseph Alfred Labrecque. He is the cherished grandson of John DeNora and Nancy Stewart and the late Elinor DeNora, the late Gladys Audrey Parr Labrecque and Joseph Clifford Labrecque. Myles will be remembered with love by his uncles Sean (Helene), Miles (Marianne), Peter (Emily), Phil (the late Diana), his aunts Sally (Kevin), Gill, Helen, Beverly, Joyce, Shirley, and his great-aunts Mary, Pat (the late Roger), Linda (Gordon), and Yolanda (Bill), and all their families.
Myles will be sadly missed by his girlfriend, Karinda Dawn, of Kipling, Saskatchewan, and remembered fondly by his brother Allan Labrecque and numerous cousins, particularly Adam, Johan, Elinor, Cheryl, Brenda, Shelley, Sarah, Todd (Nancy), Meghan, Colin, Chris, Seth and Ryan.
Myles has incredibly loyal and good friends because he was an incredibly loyal and good friend, to Dan Sylvester, Nathan Johan, Mike Dutka, Jane Millar, Cameron Winter, Corey Winter, Corey Wilson, Sam Godbout, Adam Patton, and Jessie Cunningham, to name only a few of those who are heartbroken by their loss.
Myles learned welding in Lennoxville and had a successful career in that profession, first at Wulftec in Ayer’s Cliff and then with Seed Hawk in Saskatchewan. He was an enthusiastic self-taught guitar player and owned several different guitars. He was always active and enjoyed life to the fullest. He was also an avid animal lover and will be missed by his dog Tyson and his cat Holly. Donations in Myles memory to: YouCaringSupport for Myles DeNora Labrecque and Ngaire DeNora (https://www.youcaring.com/ngairedenora-990817) or to the Frontier Animal Society (www.frontieranimalsociety.ca), 2405, Griffin, Ogden, Quebec, J0B 3E3, would be appreciated by the family.
A celebration of Myles’ life will be held on Saturday, November 18, at Cass Funeral Home (545 Dufferin St, Stanstead). Visitation will be held from 1 pm to 3 pm, followed by a service at 3 pm. A reception will follow at the Stanstead Royal Canadian Legion on Maple Street from 4:30 to 7:00.