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SHERIDAN, Grant

It is with the utmost sadness that the family of Grant Sheridan announces his passing after his battle with bacterial meningitis on Sunday, July 28, 2019 at the age of 47.  His memory will be forever engraved in the hearts of his wife of 17 years, Cherie, and his son Tanner; as well as his parents Dale and Sharon and brother Rod; father & mother-in-law Jim and Ann Culic, brother-in-law Chet Culic; nephew Zack and niece Abby Culic. Grant grew up in Grande Prairie, AB, later moved to Calgary, AB to receive his degree from the University of Calgary. Kelowna, BC became his home after university where he met and married Cherie, the love of his life, and together their son, Tanner, became their world.  Later, Grant and his partner Brent Peacock founded Peacock Sheridan Group.  Grant was an active member of the hockey community where he had an infectious passion for the game.  He became the General Manager of the Kelowna Chiefs and mentored many young hockey athletes.  His action-packed lifestyle included playing and coaching hockey, snowmobiling, surfing, water-skiing, boating, fishing trips, and Mabel Lake building projects.
Grant’s celebration of life will be held on Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 11:00 am, First Lutheran Church, 4091 Lakeshore Drive, Kelowna, BC (250-764-3111) with Pastor Keith Reisdorf officiating the service.
A very special thank you to the wonderful medical staff at Kelowna General Hospital on the fourth floor and the ICU Unit.
In lieu of flowers, as an expression of sympathy you may send donations to boysandgirlsclubs.ca or braintrustcanada.com. If you wish to send a condolence, post photos or share a memory, please scroll down the page to the area called “Condolences”.

Grant was a LION of a LEADER who had a humble way about him

Service
Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 11:00 am

Location
First Lutheran Church

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The service for SHERIDAN, Grant is scheduled for Thursday, August 8, 2019 at 11:00 am. Below you will find the map for the service location and the contact information should you have any questions.

Address & Contact for Service Location:

First Lutheran Church

4091 Lakeshore Drive Kelowna, BC

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Condolences

  • B & L Braybrook says:

    To Grant’s family…we are heartbroken to hear of his passing. He has been our financial planner for years, and we considered him to be a friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
    Brad & Lea Braybrook

  • Renata Neufeld says:

    Dear Cherie & Tanner, We are deeply saddened for for your loss, our condolences & prayers are with you. Stuart & Renata Neufeld

  • Helen & Bill Bueckert says:

    Deeply saddened by Grant’s passing. He was always larger than life in the local hockey world and we will never forget the many hockey bus trips that we took with him, Ken and the boys. Our very deepest condolences to the entire family. Rest in Peace Grant!

  • Trevor Erhardt says:

    Dear Cherie, Tanner and family,
    We feel grateful to have known Grant. His infectious personality was inspiring. We were blessed with his dedication to the community and his passion with life. We are forever thankful for his involvement with our son as a Kelowna Chief. We will remember him with Love.
    Trevor, Cathy, Zach, Dylan

  • Jim and Lorraine Kean says:

    To Cherie, Tanner and Grant’s family, we extend our deepest sympathy. We are truly sad to hear that Grant has left us. A fine person with a heart of gold, he will be missed by so many. Jim (bussy) will miss the many winter nights traveling on the bus with Grant and the Chiefs.

  • Norm and Cris Boivin says:

    Please accept our deepest sympathies in the loss of Grant. A remarkable man, he will be so missed.

  • Greg, Lisa, Nathan and Grace Christensen says:

    Dear Cherie, Tanner and family,
    Our heartfelt sympathy to you on the loss of your dear husband and father. We were touched by Grant’s kindness and generous support for Nathan when he welcomed him into the Chiefs family. Grant will be deeply missed by the team and parents. Our hearts and prayers are with you for peace and comfort in your loss. God bless.

  • Martin/Judy Hennigar says:

    Our deepest condolences to Dale, Sharon and family. Although we didn’t know Grant we heard nothing but praise from his parents. They were very proud of his accomplishments. Our deepest sympathy to his wife and son.

  • Ken Porteous says:

    Grant was a player first kinda guy in the hockey world , we have experienced this first hand with our son and The Chiefs…we so appreciated Grants efforts with kindness and we cannot fathom your loss as a family, Grant will be sadly missed.
    Our sincerest condolences to the Sheridan and Chiefs family.
    The Porteous Family.

  • Gary Moore says:

    We were saddened to hear of Grant’s passing. We were always thinking and talking about him and Cherie and Tanner and wondered how they were all doing. I remember having some good laughs over many beers. He was a great guy, and he raised an amazing son. He’ll be missed but remembered. All our love, Gary, Eva, Liam.

  • Keven and sandy Robinson says:

    Dale ,Sharon and family our hearts go out to you we are so sorry for your loss our thoughts are with you

  • Bruce Callahan says:

    We are deeply saddened by the news and wish you moments of peace and comfort. Our thoughts are with you and your family.
    With heartfelt sympathy,
    Lloyd Callahan, Bruce Callahan and Bob Callahan
    Callahan Property Group

  • Dale and Jacki Gobin says:

    Cherie, Tanner, Dale & Sharon and Rodney, We are deeply sorry for the passing of Grant. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

  • Aberdeen Hall says:

    Dear Cherie and Tanner
    We are so sorry to learn of Grant’s passing. Please accept our deepest sympathies and know that you are very much in our thoughts. We are here for you; please don’t hesitate to reach out at anytime.

  • Jackie (Boyer) & Paul DuMont says:

    Sharon, Dale & family, we are so sorry to hear about Grant’s passing. Our hearts and prayers are with you at this time. May God and family give you the love and strength you need to help you through this sad time. May God bless. Jackie & Paul

  • Dallas and Glennie Kyle says:

    To all the Sheridan family our thoughts and prayers r with you all at this very sad time. Keep all your memories of Grant close at hand.

  • Brent and Sonja Arsenault says:

    We are deeply saddened by Grant’s passing. He was a great friend, mentor and family guy. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Cherie and Tanner and the entire family. Unfortunately we won’t be able to attend his celebration of life as we will be back east.
    God Bless,
    Brent and Sonja

  • Donna and Wallace Drummond & family says:

    Dear cousins,(Sharon,Brian,Verna and Wayne), so sorry. May the precious time you had with him be a sustaining memory until you meet him once again in eternity. love always Donna

  • Marion (& Phil) Pawlivsky says:

    Our condolences to Sharon, Dale & Family. We were saddened to hear of Grant’s passing. Grant was one of my exceptional
    students at Swanavon. I still use the gift daily in our kitchen which he gave me in 1976 (Ceramic frog scour pad holder). We had contact with Grant through the years as he was a good friend of our son (Derek). Hockey and curling was a big part of their lives in the early years.

  • Jim & Sandi Uhl says:

    To the Sheridan family, we are so truly saddened by the loss of Grant, your cherished son, husband, father, brother, friend and valued community member. Our prayers and love are with you all.

  • Ian, Jenny, Kade & Kenzie Robertson says:

    Our thoughts are very much with Cherie, Tanner and the extended Sheridan family – as we are in the southern US at this time, we are unable to attend the Celebration tomorrow.

  • Cheri & Doug Janzen says:

    Dear Cherie,Tanner and all the Family,
    It is with extreme sadness to hear of Grant’s passing. Grant was one of the kindest, caring, personable, fair business partner
    and friend that we have had the privilege to enter our lives. There are no words to express how Grant will be missed.
    In sorrow, reflect on and cherish all the memories of all your special times spent together. Doug and I send our sincere condolences at this difficult time.
    Sending love and strength,
    Cheri & Doug Janzen

  • Dave McClellan says:

    My most humble condolences to the Sheridan family.
    My relationship with Grant was only “at the rink”.
    He respected the game, the players and officials , I will miss his spirit.

  • Kristine Stewart says:

    My thoughts go out to you Cherie and Tanner on this day. Grant’s wisdom, knowledge and such practical advice are just a few qualities I truly admired. He made such an impact in so many lives- something I’m sure he would be quietly proud of.

  • Bruce & Kathy Moss says:

    Dale, Sharon & family,
    Know that our thoughts & prayers are with you today & always. Love you!💕

  • James Kirk says:

    Dear Cherie and Tanner. I knew Grant professionally through both Value Partners and Great-West Life. He was awesome. I cannot believe he is gone. The world is a sadder place without his smile and great attitude. Hold his memory dear in your hearts. What was magic in him lives on in part in you.

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