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Canada Three Edmonton children orphaned after father dies on same road as mom, eight months later

21:05  12 june  2018
21:05  12 june  2018 Source:   edmontonjournal.com

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EDMONTON - One of three children orphaned when their father died in a motorcycle crash Saturday is “happy to have two guardian angels,” says a family friend.

Three children under the age of 10 were left orphans Saturday when Marc-Andre Helie, 36, was killed after hitting a deer on Anthony Henday Drive.

Eight months earlier, his wife, Stephanie Stuetz, 28, died in a crash just one kilometre away on the same highway.

Their children are staying positive — just like their parents would have, family friend Darlene Reid said Monday.

The children are staying with their maternal grandmother, Deborah Stuetz, in west Edmonton, where “her home is their home.” The children are very close to their grandmother, and have their own belongings and bedrooms at her residence.

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“This is a hard time for all of us and, with a second tragedy, will forever impact all of our lives,” Stuetz said in a statement Monday. “We are blessed that we can continue to see a part of Marc-Andre and Stephanie continue to blossom and grow in their children.”

Reid was friends with Stephanie Stuetz for five years before her death last year. The two worked as real-estate agents together.

She described the family as “just very positive people.”

Even after Steffie died, Marc was very positive, forward-looking,” Reid said. “I just don’t understand how one family must have so much tragedy.”

Helie’s parents, from Quebec, were flying to Edmonton.

Edmonton police said a motorcyclist struck a deer while travelling south on the Henday near Yellowhead Trail around 1:30 a.m. He sustained serious injuries and died in hospital.

Stephanie Stuetz died in October 2017 after colliding head-on with another vehicle while driving north in the southbound lanes of the Henday.

“I think (Helie and Stuetz) would want people to keep looking forward,” Reid said. “Don’t take anything for granted and keep moving.”

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