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LYLE GLEN PARISIEN
Born: Jan 30, 1967
Date of Passing: Aug 29, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
LYLE GLEN PARISIEN
January 30, 1967 - August 29, 2021
Left to mourn is his parents, Eunice and Marcel; his wife Natalie; his children, Jordan, Mitchell and Julia, also his grandson Brody; siblings, Gerald (Debbie), Hali ( Harvey) and a long list of nieces and nephews.
Lyle was a very kind, loyal and generous man. Always a hard worker, he would offer his help when and wherever he could.
As a young guy Lyle moved to Falcon where his love of the towing business began. Alongside towing, he also worked at the local garage. Fast forward a few years, he went on to working at Action, then to Crane Towing. The year 2000 LMJ was born and successfully ran his towing business for approximately 10 years. During this time he had a loyal list of customers many of whom became good friends. Lyle loved people and wherever he went, he always ran into someone he knew.
Lyle being the people person he was he loved to throw a good party catered by M & S meats. His shop Christmas parties were legendary. As long as his friends enjoyed themselves he was happy.
In 2012, Lyle met Natalie and Julia and for approximately the next 10 years they built a life together. Lyle's pride possession was his 5th wheel trailer. He Natalie and Julia enjoyed spending summers out at the lake especially Falcon where he could still help out.
Lyle will be sadly missed by all including his wiener dog Abbey. He will be laid to rest with his dogs and Vodka and cranberry.
A come and go Celebration of Life will be held on Friday, September 3, 2021 at 4782 Raliegh Road from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Family and friends are invited to share memories and leave condolences by visiting Lyle's memorial page at seasonsfunerals.ca
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Sep 01, 2021
Condolences & Memories (8 entries)
We met the entire family at The Willows campground in Ontario when they had seasonal site there. After talking to his beautiful wife Natalie we realized we went to Oakbank School years back. Lyle always had endless stories which included a lot of laughs. He was very proud family man. The love he had for Natalie & Julia never went unseen. May memories bring you comfort in the coming days. No words can express how sorrow for your huge loss. Natalie, Julia & family we send our sympathy & love to you all during this difficult time. - Posted by: Lisa Konowich (Darryl & Dylan) (Friends from the lake ) on: Sep 06, 2021
I came across Lyle's obituary by chance. I didn't know Lyle as an adult, and the last time I saw him was around 1983 when we went to school together at Munroe. Lyle sat across from me in homeroom - at the back of the classroom and close to the door of course. He was already a gearhead, and had just started driving an old, multicolored GMC pickup that he had been working on. Lyle was a good guy even back then. I remember him as kind and decent, and someone who didn't like drama. Although we were all pretty close to the same age, Lyle's way of carrying himself made him come across as a grown man sitting in a room full of kids. He used to talk about starting his own shop pne day. We didn't stay in contact, and I moved thousands of miles away, but I always wondered what he got up to. It sounds as though he stayed who he was back then, and that's great to know. Its nice to know that he had a great family and a great life. Godspeed Lyle. - Posted by: JC (Schoolmate) on: Sep 05, 2021
Eunice, Marcel & family…my heart aches for you, we have known each other since Hali was a baby. No words can express how I feel. Our deepest condolences. Sherrill & Jack - Posted by: Sherrill Hill & Jack Mussieux (Friends for 55 years!) on: Sep 05, 2021
Eunice, Marcel and family. So sorry to hear of your loss. - Posted by: Donna Sesak (Acquaintance of Eunice & Marcel) on: Sep 04, 2021
My condolences to family and friends. - Posted by: Diane Poirier (cousin) on: Sep 03, 2021
I am deeply saddened to hear of the sudden loss of Lyle. My sincere condolences to the Parisiien family. Lyle will be missed by all. - Posted by: Leah Willim (Friend) on: Sep 02, 2021
Sorry to hear of this tragedy. My condolences! - Posted by: Sharon Procyshyn (Long ago neighbor) on: Sep 01, 2021
Gonna miss seeing him in Wayne's shop and ice fishing will never be the same. Fly free brother, gonna miss you. - Posted by: Andy Peterson (Bud) on: Sep 01, 2021
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