It is with profound sadness that we announce the sudden passing of Glen Wolfleg (July 21, 2022) in the city of Calgary, Alberta. He was born on Siksika Nation on May 11, 1958 to Mother, late Annie Wolfleg (1995) and Father, late Tom Fox (1981). He is survived by his children Glenna (Garrett), Bedford (Jaime), Shelley, Clay (Chealsea), Deirdre and the mother of his children Christine Holloway. Eight Grandchildren, Langdon (Fawn), Dallas, Drake, Antonio (Gracie), Clay Jr, Brennen, Jaydon, Sage (AJ), Nayla, Ciana, and Haze. Two Great Grandchildren, Avaya and Lannon. His first special grandson Langdon “Buzz” (Fawn), numerous nieces, nephews with special niece Ruby Wolfleg. Special daughter-in-law Deanna Rider, Sisters Olivia GoodRider, Tracy Quinn “Philomena”, Regina Fox (Leroy), Joyce, Allan, Agar, Alvine, Butch and Colleen.
Glen was a very active Horsemen and Rodeo participant. He was known to be a very talented calf and team roper. He had rodeoed all over Canada and the United States. He had qualified in the INFR in Scottsdale Phoenix Arizona, Albuquerque New Mexico and South Dakota. Throughout his rodeo career he accumulated many friends and championships. Three special friends being Marvin Dodginghorse, Levi Blackwater and Wright Bruisedhead. In 2001, his rodeo career suddenly ended with a non-related brain injury. Despite this, Glen often liked to reminisce about his life successes prior to his injury, which often involved humour. Friends and family like to remember Glen always remaining positive and will miss hearing his famous phrase “Sookapi” which means “it’s good”.
Predeceased by his grandparents, parents, brothers, sisters, nieces, and nephews. Special thanks to the staff of Rockyview Hospital and Southwood Care Centre for the compassionate care provided to Glen while in their care.
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