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Brian-Lee Douglas Biegel

September 8, 1984 ~ December 30, 2020 (age 36)


It is with heavy hearts, we mournfully announce Brian-Lee Douglas Biegel who passed away unexpectedly in Grande Prairie, Alberta on December 30, 2020 at the age of 36 years old.

Brian-Lee was born to Douglas and Sharon Biegel on September 8, 1984 in Fairview, Alberta.  Raised in the Peace Country area and returned to Bluesky, July of 1995.

Brian-Lee worked in the Oilfield including the United States and Mexico.  He was honoured to work with his father Douglas, brothers, Daniel and Matthew in Environmental Reclamation over the course of 20 years.  He was an avid outdoorsman spending his time fishing, hunting, camping, sledding, and quading.  During the summer months, he always had his eye to the ground looking for agates.  Family was important to Brian-Lee. He loved spending time with his daughter (Destynee) when he could.  Friendly to everyone he met, and always ready to lend a helping hand to anyone who needed it. Brian-Lee was known for his sharp wit, and funny sense of humor, that will be missed by all those who were lucky enough to know him.  He will live in our hearts forever. May he in peace.


Brian-Lee leaves behind his heartbroken mother Sharon Biegel, his daughter Destynee Moore, his brothers Daniel Biegel, Matthew (Tina) Biegel. Nephews Joseph and Jackson Biegel. Grandmother Kathleen Casper (Howard) Dell, Grandfather Tony Biegel, Wilson Casper. Aunt Shelly Casper, Uncle Dallas (Debbie) Casper, Brent (Wendy) Biegel, Jeff (Sue) Biegel, cousins Jordan Biegel, Bryanne Biegel, Brendan Biegel, Paul Biegel, Trenton Biegel, Kimberly Gardner, Stephanie Gardner, Shayne Currie, Shannon (Nikki) Currie, great aunt Kathryn Currie (Ed) Deisting, and too many friends to possibly mention.  Brian-Lee was predeceased by his father Douglas Biegel (March 9, 2019), Grandmother Adrienne Biegel (February 20, 2013).

Due to COVID-19 restrictions a Celebration of Life will take place summer of 2021.

Memorial donations in Brian-Lee’s honour can be made to Resource Centre for Suicide Prevention, Northern Addictions Centre, Canadian Mental Health Association or to a charity of one’s choice.


Our family also wishes to extend a sincere thank-you to relatives and friends for your support, thoughtfulness, and comforting words in our loss.


Care entrusted to Peace Valley Funeral Home Fairview


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