With heavy hearts, we announce that Bryan Rempel passed away unexpectedly on Friday, September 18, 2020 at the age of 62.
He is survived by his sister Deyanne Cleave (Gerry), and his niece Janelle Cleave. He was predeceased by his parents Edmar and Martha Rempel, and his sister Beverley.
Bryan was born in Steinbach, Manitoba in 1958. Upon graduation from high school in Steinbach, he obtained his Commerce Degree from University of Manitoba and subsequently his CA degree. He commenced employment at Price Waterhouse, followed by involvement in Steinbach Flour Mills [a family business], Southern Regional Health Authority, and Palliser Furniture for the last 20 years.
Bryan was also actively involved on Boards and Committees of Steinbach Credit Union and other Credit Union related organizations, as well as charitable organizations, including Bethesda Hospital Foundation. He had a special interest in enVision Community Living (Steinbach), which was co-founded by his parents.
Bryan had a servant heart, always putting others first. He accepted people as they were and showed great compassion for special individuals. He was a true and loyal friend to many. He had a unique sense of humor. He enjoyed long walks, especially in the warmth of Phoenix.
If friends so desire, donations may be made to: enVision Community Living, 84 Brandt Street, Steinbach, MB, R5G 0E1
Due to new COVID restrictions taking effect Monday, September 28 the funeral service has been postponed and will be held at a later date. Updates will be made by Thomson “In the Park” Funeral Home as they become available.
enVision Community Living
84 Brandt Street, Steinbach, MB R5G 0E1
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The funeral service will be held at a later date.
Grave Information is not available for this person at this time
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12 October 2020
Three things i remember about my cousin, Thoughtful, Kind, funny, he had that rempel humor that we as a family knew..He will be missed.bye my friend
29 September 2020
I have known Bryan since he started with Palliser. Bryan was a quiet soul, with a unique personality, with a dry sense of humor. He was always pleasant and had a sincere heart. I was sad to hear of Bryan's passing all to soon. Knowing his heart as a believer, makes our farewell only temporary, as we will see one another again. That's the peace that comes when we know Christ and where we are going from here.
So Bryan, till we meet gain. Delores
26 September 2020
I am part of Bryan’s work family, we will all miss Bryan greatly, he was truly loved by all his coworkers, we would sit and talk on many occasions about our love of sports as well our many adventures of our youths , I will miss our Monday morning chats about nfl Sunday games, or our disappointments with our bombers prior to last years big victory to which Bryan was very happy with so much so he decided to renew his bomber season ticket.
Bryan, I am going to miss you you were truly one of my bright spots with going to work each day, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers, god bless......
26 September 2020
Bryan served as President of the Steinbach Chamber of Commerce for 6 years at a time when I was Office Manager. During that time I got to know him and his family when he still worked at the Steinbach Flour Mill. I remember him being very devoted to his family and we kept in touch for a number of years after he left Steinbach.
I truly enjoyed working closely with him during the years he was on the Steinbach Chamber Board. During this time the Chamber got it's first computer. When it was delivered, I phoned him up and he said good - play around with it until I can come to the office and show you what it is capable of doing. My reply to him was - well, first I have to find out how you turn it on!
My sincerest condolences Deyanne and Janelle. Besides being my "boss", he was also my friend. He will be missed.