LEISHMAN, Robert Scott

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our so loved Scott (Robert) Leishman on October 12, 2020 at the age of 54.

He will be lovingly remembered by his mother Shirley Leishman; sister Lori Laforge; daughter Baylee (Travis Joslin) Leishman; son Layne Leishman; his special friend Kelly Carbery; nieces: Danielle (Jason) Whalen, Renee Laforge as well as many friends.

He was predeceased by his father Monty Leishman.

As per Scott’s request cremation has taken place. Memorial donations in Scott’s honour may be made to the Cross Cancer Institute or S.C.A.R.S.

Serenity Funeral Service Spruce Grove (780)962.2647

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Wil Rempel

I’ll always remember the young man I hired to work for us at the original B&G warehouse in Spruce Grove. He had an amazing memory for product codes and (prior to computers) could enter them on invoices without having to consult the huge code directory unlike the rest of us. When I had the potential to be promoted to a branch in Edmonton, I asked Scott if he felt ready to take over as manager. The look on his face was priceless. In the end he accepted and obviously did an excellent job in order to be there as long as he was and also grow the business so a new building was required. When I last spoke with him on the phone, he was still optimistic with treatments but disappointed that he had to retire under the conditions he was in. Had he lived to retire at a proper time the celebration with friends would have been enormous. I pray he will rest in peace.

John

Scott Will be mist he was a great man and friend I was lucky to spend time coaching hockey and haveing beers with.

Dionne Rognvaldson Anan

Sending my sincere condolences to Scott’s family and children.

Richard

Sad to see you go buddy. Much love and thoughts of you, Shirley , and Lori.

Jon

I once heard a interview with Gord downie for the tragically hip he was asked how it feels to be dying of cancer. His response was I’m living with it. My great friend Scott did exactly that. Never passed up a beer or a round of golf or fishing or hunting. He lived it. I miss him and will miss him forever.

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