Posted: September 12th, 2023

KOLTON “GOOSE” WAYNE FAHSELT March 16th, 2002 September 2nd, 2023
Kolton was known for his antics and humour that he took everywhere he went, his one liners and his sense of humour that truly was his own, he lived and laughed unapologetically at what he thought was funny, offensive or not if he thought it was funny, eventually you would be laughing along with him. Someone said, “he made you laugh whether you wanted to or not”. Kolton had a love of music from a very young age, and it didn’t matter the genre’; Skrillex at a young age would be blasted all the way to 1950’s country, rock and anything he liked at the moment, he knew every lyric like the back of his hand. He could always be found singing and dancing along to any song at any time, being silly and making you laugh, which brought him so much joy. He often rolled into the driveway with the tunes cranked up loud rocking out behind the wheel of his truck. Kolton enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting, kayaking, tubing, knee boarding and enjoyed his time with scouts, where he learned all the outdoor skills he could, he enjoyed winter camping trips and the canoeing trips down the river. He tried many sports when he was young from hockey, baseball, soccer, football, ball hockey, bowling and basketball. He loved playing his Harmonica and would often take it with him to share his love of it with others. He loved movies, drawing, art and was hoping to become a tattoo artist and was busy designing tattoos, happily for anyone that asked. He spent countless hours working on his truck, which he loved. He would always happily lend a hand to anyone who asked or take on a project if he could make something for you. Kolton’s mischievous smile was always followed up with a solid laugh!
Kolton attended Southview School from Kindergarten to Grade 4, Crestwood School for Grade 5 and 6, Seven Persons School from Grade 7 to 9, and he graduated from Eagle Butte High School. Continuing to take his Diploma at Olds College as Heavy-Duty Agriculture Technician and he had just begun his career at Palliser Sales Ltd and was enjoying his job and co-workers.
Kolton is survived by his Mother, Annette Fahselt-Andreas; Father, Trevor (Lisa) Fahselt; Sister, Kinlee Fahselt; Brother, Ryder Andreas; Brother, Alex Armitage; Grandparents, Verna Reynolds, Ernie (Sandra) Reynolds, Heather Anne Reynolds, Janice (Hugh) Carleton, Cliff Fahselt, Mervin and Tammie Andreas, Dave and Laura-Lee Grexton; Great Grandpa, Stan Davidge; Uncles and Aunts, Helen (Gerry) Hall, Dora Reynolds, Trent Fahselt, Robert & Tanis Fahselt, Donalee Fahselt, Lee Carleton, Colleen Carleton, Brian Carleton, Sam Grexton, Robert (Patti) Reynolds, Lacey (Jon) Andreas, Chantel (Chris) Andreas, Travis (Pam) Andreas; and numerous cousins. Special Friends, Clayton Gair and Tyler Andreas.
Kolton was predeceased by his Great Grandparents, Earl & Grace Fahselt, Doug & Helen Carleton, Clara Nordquist, Stan Reynolds; Uncles, Wayne Reynolds, Jim Reynolds, Bruce Carleton.
A Celebration of Life will be held at Ralphs Texas Bar and Steak house Saturday, September 16, 2023, from 3-6pm. Those who wish to stick around after and celebrate Kolton’s life are encouraged to. He would want one hell of a Party! Condolences may be made at www.gracememorial.com.
“Choose to chance the rapids and dare to dance the tide”
Grace Memorial Affordable
Burial & Cremation
1924 10th Ave N.W.
Medicine Hat, Alberta T1C 1T5

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