Shane was born in Cabri, SK on December 15, 1959. He suddenly passed away on May 27, 2021 at the age of 61 with his best friend, Joanne, by his side.
He was predeceased by his grandparents Bert and Eleanor Seib, John and Jean Snider; his mother Joan Burns; and his brothers Dwayne and Trevor Seib. Shane is survived by his parents Doug and Maxine Seib of Regina, SK, Alexander Burns of Calgary, AB; father and mother-in-law Syl and Olga Michaluk of Regina, SK; brother Lance Seib (Judy) of Brandon, MB; spouse Joanne Kletchko of Fort Qu’Appelle, SK; daughters Lisa Seib (Chad) and soon-to-be grandson Leslee Seib (Steve) of Ucluelet, BC; children Nick Kletchko (Jen) of Regina, SK, Adam Kletchko (Amanda) of Regina, SK, Karla Holzer (Dylan) of Regina, SK and his precious grandchildren William, Victoria, Madison and Veronica, as well as many nieces and nephews.
Shane grew up in Regina, SK and spent a lot of his time in Lipton, SK with his grandparents. In his early adult years he was a skilled finishing carpenter and loved to dabble in architecture and home design. He went on to become a proficient facilities and property manager and a great leader whom many looked up to. Shane always stressed the importance that it wasn’t what you said, it wasn’t what you did, it was how you made people feel. He got to spend his later years back with his roots in the Valley working locally, volunteering and relaxing.
Shane was a “jack of all trades” and your go-to-guy for everything. He loved glamping with his family, watching and attending Nascar races, learning from YouTube videos and voicing his opinions and providing advice.
He will be remembered for all of his involvement in the community, especially through all of his work with the Lion’s Club. He left his family with countless memories to reminisce about and he was the glue for getting the family together. Everyone will miss hearing his stories over a good meal.
A Celebration of Shane’s Life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, a donation in memory of Shane can be made to the Lion’s Club of Fort Qu’Appelle, SK.
I knew Shane as my boss at the Regina Inn. He got me started on my career as a maintenance engineer. Shane was the kind of fellow that always believed in giving someone a second chance and to prove themselves. He was always ready and available to provide hands on guidance. I remember alot about of the parties we had at the Hotel and the funny stories he would tell. My condolences to the family. Rest in peace Shane
My condolences to the family. I knew Shane from working at the Regina Inn. He was very knowledgeable about a lot of things not just about taking care of buildings. He had a strong voice that everyone could hear and they listened. He had all kinds of stories to tell especially about his father. I’m sorry to hear that he had not been well. Rest In Peace Shane Seib.
Joanne, Lisa, Leslee & Family! There are no words to describe the unimaginable loss of Shane! Shane was an amazing warm soul, he will truly be missed, leaving us all with wonderful memories to cherish! Anyone was that was blessed to have meet him, had a friend for life. Shane had that gift, a gift he gave to those he loved! Sending you all my sincere condolences with love! May his memory fill your hearts, homes for a lifetime...He'd be proud! Hugs to you all! Lori Weymark
So very sorry to hear about Shane. Loved his enthusiasm and energy. We will miss him.
Doug and Maxine, I am so sorry to hear of Shane's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Family at this sad time.
Dear Joanne and family; My condolences on the passing of Shane. He leaves a wonderful legacy. He will be sorrowfully missed in the Lions Club.
Our sincere condolences.
Joanne and family my deepest condolences we will all miss his smile and quick whit stay strong
Lisa and Leslee - I'm so sorry for your loss. May your memories of your dad live on forever and bring you comfort during this difficult time of sorrow.
Joanne & family, So very sad to hear of Shane’s passing. My thoughts are with you. May your many memories bring you comfort.
Dear Joanne and family, We were so sad to hear of Shane’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Shane was always friendly and fun to be around. Please accept our condolences. Art and Bonnie
I am very sorry to hear about Shane. He was always insightful, thoughtful and entertaining to work with. I enjoyed many philosophical discussions with him around work, innovation, society and the economy. Our deepest sympathies to his family. May he rest in peace.
Lisa and Leslee. My deepest condolences. I will always have fun memories of Shane and you girls when you were little.
Dear Joanne and Family We were both shocked to hear the sad news. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all during this difficult time. May his memory be eternal Love and hugs, Deidre and Troy
Our deepest sympathy to Joanne and family. Hearing of Shane's passing was a shock. We always enjoyed our visits with Shane. Greg and I still laugh about his story about his dealings with the crows. We retell the story often. He will be sadly missed.
Lisa & Leslee, Our sincere condolences to you both. It was such a shock to hear of Shane’s passing. May you both keep his memory in your hearts. He will always be looking over you both and his soon to be baby grandson. Keeping you all in our prayers.
Lisa, Chad and Leslie and Steven Our deepest condolences on the passing of your Dad. Our thoughts and prayers are with you both. Take care