Patrick Wolfe

Obituary of Patrick Wolfe

Patrick Gordon Chief-Wolfe passed away at the age of 32 years in Onion Lake, Saskatchewan.

Wake Conducted From
Onion Lake Communiplex
Onion Lake, Saskatchewan 
Saturday, February 10, 2024 at 11:00 AM

Funeral Service Conducted From
Onion Lake Communiplex
Onion Lake, Saskatchewan
Monday, February 12, 2024 at 11:00 AM

Patrick Gordon Chief-Wolfe was born on May 30, 1991 to Marilyn Rose Chief and Clifford Patrick Wolfe. Patricia was born two minutes later than her twin brother, Patrick Gordon Chief-Wolfe. The bond between these two was like that of no other. With him being the oldest of the two, she was able to tease, laugh or set her brother straight when she needed too.

As he was growing up, he was nicknamed Napalew.  His Kokom Beans gave him that nickname when he was first brought home with his baby sister     Skweloo.  When Patrick first moved back to Onion Lake, he wanted to become more aware of his culture and language.  Throughout the years, he became a strong believer in his traditional roots.  He was working towards getting his Cree name this summer. 

Patrick was very overprotective of those he loved dearly.  Patrick loved his beautiful little girl Arianna, he had a developed a close father/daughter bond with his stepdaughter Aurora. He loved to call his beloved mother “My Queen”.  All of his nieces and nephews looked up to him as a father figure, and Patrick was extremely protective of his little brother Issac.  He formed a close brotherhood with his bestfriend and confident Matthew Fox.  

He was a very hard worker and very dedicated to his passions in life.   When Patrick first moved back to Onion Lake, he started working with Beretta Pipeline.  Patrick then worked with FRP (Fire/Rescue at FireRescue & Peacekeepers), where he worked with his twin sister Patricia for a few months.  His employment carried on for a few years after her passing.  From here he created a lot of strong bonds with the people he worked that became his family.  

Patrick was very sociable, charismatic young man.  Making friends was an easy thing for him to do.  His charismatic personality took him to making connections with the Redrum Members, and held a close bond with Garry Dumont.  He was looking forward to his motorcycle rally to Edmonton with his Redrum Brothers. He took a keen interest with boxing with his Redrum members.  They hosted Onion Lake’s first boxing fights at the high school this past summer. 

We will love and miss you always Patrick.

A Memorial Tree was planted for Patrick
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at McCaw Funeral Service
Share Your Memory of