With heavy hearts we announce the sudden passing of our beloved son, brother and uncle Savanh Joseph Wollman on Wednesday, May 10, 2023 in Coquitlam, British Columbia.
Savanh will be dearly missed by his parents; Victor and Susan, siblings; Lindsey (David), Tyrone (Lorelle), Julianna (Levi), Donovan (Nicole), Brendon and Kamla (Christine), nieces and nephews; Reya, Hayley, Phoenix, Brooklyn, Paige, Mckynley, C’nedra, Aria, George and Rowena, grandmother; Trudi and many aunts, uncles, extended family and friends.
Savanh was born November 8, 1997 in White Rock, British Columbia. He joined the Wollmann Family by adoption in May of 2000. Savanh grew up in our family country home in St. Ouens. He was homeschooled and then attended public school in grade 7.
Savanh loved outdoor activities. Growing up, he was often found fishing with his brothers along the river bank in St. Ouens. He was always building forts on the acreage and would spend many many hours daily outside with his brothers. He enjoyed the many trips camping and travelling with the family. He loved to ride his bike and skate board and continued to do these things into his adult years. Savanh always enjoyed reading, writing stories and sketching. He continued to pursue this in his adult years with great talent. He was always a fun loving, goofy guy with a huge vocabulary. You would often find him reading encyclopedias learning new words and hear him use silly words to express the things he was doing such as “I’m going to scamper up the stairs”. He loved to laugh. You could always find him hanging out with his big brothers, laughing at their jokes and making them laugh.
Savanh moved to Winnipeg in his early 20’s, and more recently moved to Coquitlam, British Columbia, where he remained living until his passing.
Savanh will always be cherished and loved by his family.
“Talkin’ to Jesus
Talkin’ to Jesus
I’m talking to Jesus
For the rest of my life. “
A private graveside service will take place at in St Ouens at a later date.