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Obituary for Christopher David "Caveman" Sewards

CHRISTOPHER DAVID SEWARDS known to many as (Caveman) was surrounded by family and love as he peacefully passed away on Monday, January 23, 2023. Christopher will be sadly missed by all that were fortunate enough to have their paths cross with him.

Christopher will be remembered by his Best Friend & loving wife Trudy, his Lifelong Friend, first wife Cindy, his sons Corey, Timothy and Jordyn (Chloe). His three brothers Rob (Mary-Lou), Kelly (Leanna), Donald, Sister In-law Trina, Brother In-Law Darrell (Karen), nieces and nephews and numerous dear friends. Christopher was predeceased by Sister In-Law Dorothy, #2 wife Renee, mother Annette, father Arnold, Dear Aunt Elaine, Mother In-law Patricia.

Christopher was the oldest of four boys to Annette where at the early age of 14 Chris was working after school and weekends to contribute back to the family home as they always came first in his eyes. So the family could go on outings Chris would purchase $50 cars he would work on the engine in the middle of Bubba’s kitchen. With no insurance and away they would go. At 16 Chris managed a couple service stations where Red River College then came to his sights with mechanics on his mind. Chris first met Renee at Red River College in his mechanics course proving to him he admires women with a good head on their shoulders. Chris and first love Cindy first met when Cindy arrived at the family home to do a hair consultation with Annette. It was love and a super fondness at first sight. About a year later Chris and Cindy were married bringing the pride of their lives into this world 3 years later by the name of Corey.

Chris ventured through many forms of work over the years to include learning about tiling and working with Nono on various job sites with an admiration of solid work ethics. Chris in leaving Manitoba working west had his time on the Pipeline from Manitoba to British Columbia. He found a career that he loved being a Truck Driver this took him many directions including Northern BC where 120km out of town, Chris is stopped in construction and met Trudy who would become wife #3. He truly loved his last job with WAA; he enjoyed any and all thrilling adventures and challenges that Supervisors would throw at him and shake their heads when he would succeed. He always said “As big as I am, I can only drive one truck at a time.” He would never let anything unnerve him. You could always find others talking to him or messaging if they had issues or concerns he seemed to be their sounding board. Guaranteed everything would be “Tickety-Boo”.

We all “LOVE YOU THIS MUCH”. Christopher will be cremated. He would want everyone to have a favorite meal and think of him as he was a Foodie. No services will be held. The family would like to extend much appreciation for the respect shown at this time.