George Thole Obituary

George Thole

George Thole was tragically taken from this world to be with his savior on September 8, 2020. Born on April 5, 1969 in Harare Zimbabwe, George was the 2nd oldest of 6 children. Following his primary education, George pursued his studies and obtained a Certificate in Animal Husbandry at the Central African Correspondence College in 1998. This led him to many job opportunities in Zimbabwe and Malawi. Being a family man with the dream of providing a better life for his loved ones, George made the ultimate sacrifice. Always exploring his options, he took a position as a Cow Boss with Lacasse Farms Ltd. in Kincaid Saskatchewan CANADA in August of 2016. Following his arrival in Canada, George quickly applied himself to adapting to his new environment and focused on gaining more knowledge and furthering his education in his field. Known as ‘Cowboy’ to all, he fully engaged in his work. This was truly his domain. An analytical thinker and strong observer, he could quickly assess issues within the herd. He was organized, disciplined with his record keeping and maintained strong communication at all times. He was a valued team player. A man of many strengths and talents, he was above all else a man of God. He was deeply rooted in his faith and lived it accordingly. Quiet by nature; respectful to all, ‘Cowboy’ was a man of peace. George leaves to mourn, his loving family; his wife Martha, his children, his mother Marita Vira all in Zimbabwe along with many relatives and friends across the world. He will always be remembered as a helpful, hardworking, loving and proud man. Cowboy George left a mark on all those he met and worked with. He will be truly missed and remembered as a very kind, compassionate and faithful man. George’s last voyage will take him back to his beloved homeland where he will be laid to rest. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, a small private prayer service will take place on at Piché-Hawkins-Grondin Funeral Chapel in Gravelbourg SK on Thursday, September 17, 2020. For those who wish to follow, the service will be available for online viewing at: Piche Hawkins Grondin Funeral Chapels Facebook page. As George was committed to ensuring that his children in Zimbabwe receive a proper education a Trust Fund has been established in his honor. Donations in memory of Cowboy can be made to the George Thole Education Fund.
April 5, 1969 - September 8, 202004/05/196909/08/2020
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Denis Prud'homme
September 21
Our most sincere condolences to George's family . Our thoughts and prayers are with you .
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Tutsirai Hwati
September 19
Rest well....Heaven has gained
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synodia
September 18
Your death come so soon and as a shock.May your soul rest in peace.We will always remember you.
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Wiseman Musa
September 17
Your untimely depature came as a shock , we will always remember you. Condolences
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elina1611@inbox.lv
September 17
We always remember you smiling.
Rest In Peace.
We will miss you Cowboy.
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Claris Muchenyura
September 17
"What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch. We may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not ju... Continue Reading
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tarirobelinda44@gmail.com
September 17
You were a man with positive energy. Always seeing the best out of us even if we didnt see it ourselves. Will miss the good smiling times that we always had with you. May your dear soul rest in peace.
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Tinotenda Sarah Muchenyura
September 17
Your Death came as a shock to us and as you sit in the arms of the Lord, your family, friends, and colleagues mourn your death. Your body might be gone from this world but your spirit will live on in our hearts forever. Today we will mourn you in our own way as we pay a ... Continue Reading
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Lavender Musandirire
September 17
The guiding light of a father's wisdom is a gift that lasts forever. It's not time to mourn but time to look back and remember all the good things you did for us and everyone in life.
Very soft spoken, humble and loving father you were.
Forever loved and in our hearts....
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Newton Muchenyura
September 17
We have lost a hero, a loving father, a husband, a dedicated and committed bread winner, a son in law and a mentor. In actual fact George was my son in law but to me he could fit in all of the above mentioned responsibilities. He was always eager to see his entire family... Continue Reading