Alfred John Quewezance was born in Kamsack on September 28, 1969. He was the son of Alfred Stevenson of Cote First Nation and Lillian Quewezance of Keeseekoose First Nation.
He graduated grade 12 at Notre Dame in 1987. He then studied for his Bachelor of Arts at Brandon University 1990 – 1991. Moving on to study as a Conservation Officer at Meadow Lake, SK. 1991 – 1992. Alfred finally received a graduate Certificate Lands Management from the University of Saskatchewan 2013
Alfred was a dedicated traditional man. He believed strongly in prayer and family. He suffered many years with diabetes, eventually losing 85% of his eye sight. He lost kidney function and eventually both legs but he continued to work and pursue further education.
Alfred’s most memorable vacation was in Tulum, Mexico when his daughter, Victoria and son-in-law Taylour got married. With two prosthetic legs he walked her down the aisle. He was so proud. He also enjoyed his annual vacations to Las Vegas and felt they were a must.
His greatest weakness was his family, especially his daughter, Victoria Tacan and late mother, Lillian.
Alfred was predecease by both parents, special cousin (sister) Shauna Quewezance, aunts uncles and cousins, and his special pet “Cuddles”.
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