Paul John Bregenser

March 14, 1976 - May 20, 2021

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Celebration of Life: Livestreaming Available
Friday, June 25, 2021 – 2:00pm
Watson Civic Centre
300 Main Street, Watson, SK


Memorial Donations:

Humboldt District Hospital Foundation – Mental Health & Addictions Fund
PO Box 1740
Humboldt, SK, S0K 2A0
Phone: 1-306-682-4450
Visit: Saskatoon Health Region

STARS – Air Ambulance – Saskatoon Base
Hangar 21 – 2475 Airport Road Saskatoon, SK, S7L 1M4
Phone: 1-306-242-0200
Visit: STARS Air Ambulance


Paul John Bregenser was born to John and Angele (née Fortier) Bregenser on March 14, 1976, at Carrot River Hospital, Saskatchewan; the oldest of three children. He spent his first three years in the maternal hometown, Zenon Park, SK. At this time, the family moved to an acreage near Pilger, SK, where, his brother, James, and sister, Diane, were born. In 1980, a family business was started, Bregenser Repair & Welding and over the years, Paul developed a keen interest in vehicles, large and small. It became one of his passions. After attending Pilger and Middle Lake Schools, he took a welding course and went on to hone his skills at Doepker Industries, Schulte Industries, Chegus RV, and FPS. At home, he would tackle any repair or reno job. Family meant everything to Paul. In 1998, while living in Annaheim, SK, a cherished son, Kristopher, was born. Following a move to Englefeld, SK, he and his partner, Andrea Sejevick, began their life together in 2001. They welcomed cherished son, Vincent, in 2004, and settled in Watson, SK. As many can attest, Paul had an adventurous spirit, one that his family shared. He loved the outdoors, camping, a trip to Cuba, spending time at the ancestral cabin at Kipabiskau Lake, and later, their own family cabin at Lake Charron. Paul took great pride in his renovations at the cabin, always keeping the comfort of his family and friends in mind. He had a special bond with his dog, Pablo. His habit was to pour himself fully into any task in front of him and he excelled at many things, from customizing his vehicles, to R/C trucks and boats, photography, cake decorating, landscaping, and so much more. He always had the vision of what the desired outcome would be before he even started. So many good memories… We love you, Paul, and we thank you for all the love you shared with us. Be at peace in the arms of the Good Shepherd. Paul will be lovingly remembered by his partner of 19 years, Andrea Sejevick, and two sons, Kristopher and Vincent; parents John and Angele (née Fortier) Bregenser; brother James (Jamie) Bregenser and sons, Hayden and Landon; sister Diane (Jeremy) Forster and son, Korben; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. Paul was predeceased by paternal grandparents, Mathias and Johanna Bregenser; maternal grandparents, Rene and Therese Fortier; and cousin, Jason Bregenser.

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