Isaac Blair Muckle
Kiiyattinigabo – North Spirit Man
Atik clan – Caribou
October 29, 1985 – March 7, 2023
Isaac passed away suddenly in the community of Wabaseemoong First Nation on March 7, 2023.
He was predeceased by his grandparents Maurice Godin, Harriet Cameron, James and Margaret Muckle, his parents George Boyd, Lucy Muckle, uncles Alex Muckle, Norbert Jr., Franky, Bryant, Teddy, and Ernie Cameron and many aunts and uncles too numerous to mention. He is also predeceased by his siblings Norris Muckle and Russell Hunter, nieces and nephews Skye, Darcy, Natasha, Wallie, Kenneth, Jerry, Carla, Ronald, Marybelle, Rose and Joyce Muckle, brother in laws Christopher McDonald and Jason Scott.
Isaac is survived by his siblings, George (Jackie), Matthew, Harriet and Myra Muckle (Wayne), Gretchen (Rocky Sr.), Oscar and Valerie Boyd. Uncles Bobby (Jessie), Joe (Geraldine) and David Muckle, Glen, David and Ricky Cameron, aunties Theresa, Loretta and Rosella Cameron, Ilene and Grace Muckle.
He will also be missed by his nieces and nephews Christopher (Selena), Jaden (Clarissa), Jason (Giselle), Brave, Prince, Noah, Reagan, Ryus, Reeve, Stanley (Lindsay), Christina, Chelsea, Jodie (Benji), Jaymee (Jasper), Charity, Chantel, Marcey, Lucinda, Kylee, Angel (Peter), Maggie, Shayna, Melissa, Brittany, cousins Oscar, Jonah, Caleb, Kevin, Danny, Nicky, Tara M., Ashley, Harley, Noreen, Sherry McDonald, Rose Muckle (Jimmy) and many grandchildren and relatives too numerous to mention. He will be greatly missed by his best friends Sean Fraser and Barrie Henry.
Isaac enjoyed fishing Turtle Lake Shorelines, he also enjoyed his walks with his fur babies, he enjoyed joking around and making his own costumes, he loved being around people and dancing, he also enjoyed entering fishing tournaments, playing cards and driving around with his Dad. He loved spending time at his sister Harriet’s house playing games and smoking, had his coffee and smoked his weed, he also liked to spend his time at Shania's place, playing games with them. He would always talk about the adventures and he liked going to Safe Haven. He especially enjoyed going to Myra’s to have his tea in the mornings, he enjoyed spending time with Myra’s children, watching and playing with them, he always joked around with Grant McDonald. He had many homes in the bush, where he enjoyed spending much of his time. He will be sadly missed by all of his surviving relatives and friends.
Special thanks to all who helped with the search for Isaac, thank you to WCWA, KCA, Treaty 3 Police, OPP Kenora, Wabaseemoong Community members and Chief and Council of Wabaseemoong First Nation.
A wake service will begin on Sunday, March 26, 2023 at 1:00 pm at Whitedog Community Hall. Traditional funeral ceremony will be conducted by Mide'kiwenzie of Ki'eshgitabaaning and his helpers on Wednesday, March 29, 2023 at 10:00 am at Whitedog Community Hall with burial to follow in Whitedog First Nation.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.brownfuneralhomekenora.com for the Muckle family.