Colton Newsham-Pierce

Obituary of Colton Newsham-Pierce

It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Colton Newsham-Pierce, near Lone Rock, Saskatchewan on September 24, 2023 at the age of 24 years.

Colton is survived by: his mom and step-father, Sharon and Monty Boser;  dad, Rick Pierce; brother, Chad (Kelsi) Pierce and their children Kale, Kaylee, Callan; sister, Colby (Scott) Pierce; sister, Montana Boser; brother, Chaise Boser; grandma, Lee Newsham and grandpa, Carey Hoigaard; grandma, Heather and grandpa, Dave Taylor; grandma, Helen and grandpa, Ernie Pierce; grandma, Karen and grandpa, George Boser; special aunty, Jenny Kightley (Lindsay Tighe); uncle, Brad Newsham and his daughter, Cally; aunt, Brenda Rowe and her children, Patrick, Eric, Jesse (daughter, Morgan); aunt, Pam Curtis and her children Tallon, Raven, Drake and Phoenix; uncle, Dion; uncle, Chris (Jasmine) Morphy and son Jayce; Aunt Lisa (Travis) Pollock and their children Maddox, Jayla and Bentley; uncle, Kevin (Kayleigh) Taylor and daughter Bella; best-friend, Dustin Fair; special friend, Sammi Taylor and numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and many many lifelong friends.

Colton is predeceased by: grandpa, Mark Newsham; uncle, Jeff Newsham; aunty, Denise Newsham; and great-grandparents, Winacott and Pierce. 

The Funeral Service for Colton will be conducted from Three Links Hall, Marshall, SK on Tuesday, October 3, 2023 at 1:00 PM. If you are unable to attend in person, you may view the live streaming of the service  posted on McCaw Funeral Service website under Colton's obituary at the time of service. Anyone that is able to attend the service is invited to wear a band or concert t-shirt in memory of Colton.

Donations in memory of Colton may be made to Parkinson's Canada, LRHF - Residents In Recovery or Border Paws Animal Shelter Society.

Colton's funeral card can be viewed or downloaded from the link below.



Memorial Service

1:00 pm
Tuesday, October 3, 2023
Three Links Community Hall
Marshall, SK Canada
Marshall, Saskatchewan, Canada
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