Butch (Ronald) Villeneuve

August 29, 2020 12 Condolences Print Obituary

June 8, 1947 - August 24, 2020

It is with profound sadness we announce the passing of Butch Villeneuve on August 24, 2020, at the age of 73.  Butch will lovingly be remembered for his infectious laughter, kind heart and the countless hours he dedicated to helping others.

On July 10, 2020, Butch celebrated 20 years of Sobriety and during those years, he helped many people learn how to live the simple life of recovery.  Teaching them to be happy, joyous and free, up until the day he joined his creator.

Memorial donations can be made to The Hope Mission, PO BOX 953, Edmonton AB, T5J2L8 or you can do so electronically https://hopemission.com/donate/

  1. I will miss you Butch. Your love and kindness touched me and l am forever changed .Thanks for loving me ❤️

  2. Gonna Miss U My Friend..U Were A Great Inspiration To Me In My Sobriety..❤️😇

  3. Butch, your caring and loving soul will be missed. I hope that we can all carry on the message and do the service work that you gave so generously.

    • Brotha man. Thank you for sending me a ‘sign’ to come visit you in the hospital, not knowing you were going to see the creator the next day. Thank you for all the wise coffee chats in your mobile office (your truck) and thank you for being you—seeing the positive side of things with that big laugh and smile of yours. Love you brother. Miss you lots.

  4. Bruce was a solid rock of Love, Kindness and Respect. Many of us looked up to him and his way if life.

    Tony B

  5. You will be missed Butch. I always admired and respected your dedication to helping others

    • Thanks for the part you played in my Recovery and Life.You were a Wonderful Friend and Will be Missed R.I.P M.L.&.R Till We Meet Again My Friend Plus Say Hi To Harold For Me

  6. The people that Butch loved, he really loved. I never saw him angry at those who hurt him. What a gentle soul we have lost 🙏💕😭😢

    Butch, I will miss you desperately at my group. We had lots of laughs and memories of the bad old days! I love you cuz!

  7. He was one of the kindest, most loving people I have met in recovery! I’m grateful that I chatted with him fairly recently. Rest In Peace my friend!

  8. A good guy and a gentle giant who walked with kindness for all. He will be missed.

  9. Thank you for being a good friend. I will always remember you and our time together. Thank you for everything. I will miss you and love you forever brother Butch.❤

  10. Butch, you were a man who embraced the program and it did wonders and showed us miracles – a legacy that will live on in the hearts of many, me included. I will miss your steady presence at our meeting.

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