VENN, Keegan Foster
Keegan passed away on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at the age of 27. He was born on March 16, 1992 in Prince Albert, SK to his mom Connie Venn and his dad Ronald Bradfield. Keegan was raised in Prince Albert, but spent a lot of time in La Ronge where his family is from, as well as Regina. He recently moved to Saskatoon, but it quickly became home to him. When Keegan was younger he played hockey. As he grew older, skateboarding and snowboarding had a huge impact on him and his community. Keegan liked to express his creativity through body art and drawing. He even designed some of his own tattoos. Working out and taking care of his physical health were very important to him. Keegan had a huge impact within the community around him and wherever he went. His positivity and joy was contagious, he was always reminding himself and others to never give up and to believe that there are better days ahead, and to work hard to accomplish the things that you desire. While living in Saskatoon, he fulfilled his desire to enter into a business “Wilderness Roofing.” Roofing was one of his greatest skills that he succeeded at and was able to accomplish, giving others opportunity to succeed. To Keegan, family and friends meant everything to him. He is lovingly remembered by his mom Connie Venn (Dylan), his dad Ronald Bradfield (Sophie), siblings Dale, Cole, Shaylynn, Dawson, Tynnielle, 2 nieces Mia Sophia and Lindsey, grandparents Terry and Esther, and Harry and Simone, as well as many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Keegan will be truly missed and forever admired!
A Celebration of Life will be held from 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 2, 2019 at Windsor Chapel (704 Windsor St.) in Saskatoon, as well as from 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Mourning Glory Funeral Services (1201 8th St. E.) in Saskatoon. Throughout the week, Keegan's life will be celebrated in Northern Saskatchewan where his family is from.
“You can be soft and successful, a traditionalist and a rebel, a lover and a fighter, vulnerable and invincible.”