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Bryn Thiessen Cochrane AL, Cowboy Trail Church Pastor and Poet has died

Bryn Thiessen Death – Cowboy Trail Church Pastor and Poet Bryn Thiessen of Cochrane, Alberta has sadly passed away. He died on Tuesday 16th January 2024 leaving behind family and friends. He as confirmed dead through a Facebook post that says “.It is with heavy hearts that we share the news of the passing of our dear friend and esteemed cowboy, Bryn Thiessen. Today, we mourn the loss of a true legend who touched the lives of so many with his unwavering passion for Jesus and the cowboy way of life”. The actual cause of Bryn Thiessen’s death has not been revealed.

Bryn Thiessen Career

Thiessen was a complex person despite the fact that he struggled with his health in his later years. He was a pastor at Cochrane’s Cowboy Trail Church in addition to being a dedicated rancher and family man. Helmer Creek Ranch, close to Bergen, was his property, and he was also a philosopher and humorist. Surprisingly, he was one of just two Albertans authorized to capture wild horses in the province. He was a well loved cowboy, rancher, horseman, dog trainer, poet, novelist, cowboy minister, advocate, dancer, and summer camp leader extraordinaire. H

He was also a free spirit, performer, and poet. They became lifelong friends while having fun at Plunge and Senior Boys camps for ten years. The legendary Thiessen was a popular speaker at cowboy poetry events and schools in the Peace Country. For many years, he captivated Balisky Rodeo goers with his mesmerizing performances.

What you need to know about Bryn Thiessen

Bryn Thiessen was born in 1960 in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. He was able to succeed as a cattle and horse rancher in the grizzly region west of Sundre because he had an unending optimism. Beyond his talents, Thiessen was admired for being a knowledgeable and kind man who had many friends and a compassionate, forgiving spirit. He exemplified not only exceptional cowboy skills but also held a special place within the InterVarsity Pioneer Camp Alberta organization. His unwavering commitment to introducing young individuals to Christ, his passion for horses, and his authentic kindness endeared him to our community.

He truly embodied the essence of a cowboy, displaying a wild and free spirit that resonated with the horses he rode. Beyond his cowboy persona, Bryn proved to be a steadfast friend who consistently went above and beyond to offer a helping hand. Whether he was sharing cowboy poetry or providing insightful words, he was a constant presence for us.

Bryn Thiessen’s obituary will be released by the family

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