Roger David Lehoux

October 8, 1945 - July 2, 2024

In Loving Memory

Roger David Lehoux

We regret to announce the passing of Roger David Lehoux on July 2, 2024, at 78 years old, in Ashton Creek BC.

Roger was born on October 8, 1945, in Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan.

He is survived by his wife of almost 58 years, Violet.  He is also survived by his children Dwayne (Deena), Darcy, and Darlene (Larry), his grandchildren Emily & James, and step-grandchildren Tyler & Nicole.   Also, his siblings- Robert (Gladys), Aime (Marie) and Jean.

Roger was predeceased by his Mother Alma, Father- Ulric, and stepfather Dave.  Siblings- Raymond, Eugene, Phillip, Andrew, Cecile, Alice, Angeline, Marcel, and Leon.

Roger and Violet moved to Ashton Creek BC in 1969 where they have lived since, building their lives together, and raising their family.  

He worked numerous jobs in the area, and was always willing to lend a hand, whether building something or fixing small engines for his loyal customers far and wide.  

But it was his love of music that was what shone through.  Along with his music, Roger brought love and laughter.  The twinkle in his eyes always made you wonder what he was going to come up with next.

Roger was taken far too soon, and the loss of him will leave a big hole in the hearts of the family and friends who love him.  

In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Heart & Stroke Foundation in Roger’s name.

Funeral arrangements are as follows:

Saturday, July 6, 2024, at 1:00 pm at Cypress Funeral Home in Armstrong BC.  There will be coffee/tea and light snacks after the service.  

Following the service, we will be meeting at the Spallumcheen Cemetery in Armstrong for his internment.

For those unable to make it to the service, it will be streamed on the Cypress Funeral Home’s website:

Arrangements entrusted to

Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services 250-546-7237

Condolences may be expressed to the family by phone or email through Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services:

T: 250-546-7237

2980 Smith Dr,
Armstrong, BC V0E 1B1

E: [email protected]

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Comments: 9

  1. Blair Goddard and Family says:

    Sorry to hear about the passing of Uncle Roger. Our condolences to you Auntie Violet and family:

  2. Karl Schoenberger says:

    I have known Roger for about 70 years, lost touch for many years,met his Daughter-in-law Deena when she work at Vernon Restholm, I came to sing with the Schubert Singers, when I told Deena I was from Manning AB,
    I found our that we went to School together, Roger always had a great love for music, as I do too. His Smile and Laughter will be missed by all who knew him
    God rest his soul


    Our deepest condolences to you Violet and you family. Our hearts and our prays go out to all. Roger was a very kind and giving man. Colin and I enjoyed camping with you and Roger and the gang. What we loved most of all was when Roger and his brother Robert played there music. Roger had such a beautiful voice. I will miss Roger’s happy smiley face. Love Jeannie and Colin

  4. sue and romeo edwards says:

    our condolences to family lost rodger phone number praryers to violet and family give me a call if i can help in any way number is 2508387101

  5. Linda Haydey says:

    Roger was a great man. Always kind, thoughtful, caring and so funny.
    He lived and loved to the fullest, he will be missed by all who knew him.

  6. Louise, Aime and Marie says:

    Beautiful service. We wish we could have made it there in person but thank you for having this live. Sending out our condolences to you Auntie Violet, Dwayne, Darcy and Darlene and the extended family. Hugs and we love you all. Dad will always continue on with the stories about his brothers and sisters. Uncle Roger will never be forgotten in our house

  7. Howard and martha Simpson says:

    So sad to hear off Rogers passing thinking off you Violet and your family. Will always remember the jam sessions with Roger and Robert.May you RIp Roger.

  8. Allan & Judy Gordey says:

    So very sorry at hear of Roger’s passing, would like to send sincere condolences to you & your

  9. Colin L Karpowich says:

    We are saddened to hear of Roger’s recent passing. He had a long and deep friendship with my Dad as a fellow member of the Toe Tappers band in the 60s and 70s, and over 20 years as the primary mechanic of the chainsaw and small-engine shops, North Star Saws and Wild Woodsman. He was known for his expert and sometimes creative repairs to equipment of every sort, and for his kindness and sense of humor.
    On behalf of the Karpowich Family, we send our deep and sincere condolences to Violet and the kids and grandkids, as well as all members of Roger’s family.

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