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Marlon Catayao Padsican

March 21, 1983 - September 23, 2021

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Obituary For Marlon Catayao Padsican

Marlon Padsican, resident of Grande Prairie, AB, formerly of Tublay, Benguet Philippines, passed away on Thursday, September 23, 2021, in Edmonton, AB, at the age of 38 years.

Marlon was born in La Trinidad, Benguet Philippines on March 21, 1983. He spent his childhood and teenage years in Suyoc, Tublay, Benguet Philippines. When he was 20 years old, he came to Canada to work as a Beekeeper. Before his passing, he worked at Willy’s Trucking as a dock guy and then a truck driver. He’s been active in Worship ministry and Evangelism Ministry since he was young. He loved to help and share the word of God to homeless people. His favorite Bible verse was: “For to me, living means living for Christ, and dying is even better”.
~ Philippians 1:21

Marlon will be remembered as a strong man of God, a Faithful Servant. He loves to crack jokes. He was friendly, loving, and was committed to his work.

He loved to sing and play rhythm and bass guitar. He had a passion for the Great Commission.

Marlon will be sadly missed by his wife Liza Padsican; children Neriahxyli Padsican, and Tsidkenu Padsican; parents Prescilla and Henry Padsican Sr.; mother in-law Adela; as well as siblings: Karren (Mckentzie Carino), Henry Padsican Jr. (Lhealyn), Agustina (Delio Manuel), Geronimo (Grace) Padsican, Jonathan Padsican (Aurelia), Henalene (Jifty Quintino),Narcisa (Roel Lunes), Oliver Padsican, Emmanuel (Judly), Kenneth Padsican, and Kevin Padsican.

Marlon was predeceased by his father in-law Tito Latus.

A Viewing will held on Wednesday, September 29, 2021, from 6:00-9:00pm, at Oliver’s Funeral Home in Grande Prairie (10005 107 Ave).

A Funeral Service will be held on Friday, October 1, 2021, at 1:00pm, at People’s Church in Grande Prairie (11850 108 St).

In order to view the Livestream of the service, please click on "Photos and Video" at the top of this Obituary and follow the link to the livestream.

Memorial Donations may be made to the family to help alleviate expenses at this time. lheyamae@yahoo.com.

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  • Marlon was a pleasure to work with during his years as a beekeeper at Moondance Honey, and we were happy to help enroll him in the Provincial Nominee Program that gave him the opportunity to bring his wife and family to Canada and start a new life here. He used his excellent fork-lift drivng skills to take a full time job at Willy's Trucking and to support his growing family. I will always remember his singing and beautiful guitar renditions.

  • Condolences to the family. A very nice guy. Lynn Jones

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