Micheal Joseph LEGARE

In Loving Memory


Micheal J. Legare

September 27, 1962 – January 3, 2023

Micheal is survived by daughters: Hannah Legare, Alexandria Legare Neufeld and son Steven Drieger Legare. Sisters: Louise MacKenzie Legare, Dianne Sarasin Legare. He is also survived by four grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and friends. He was predeceased by his daughter Amanda Legare, one brother, Marcel Legare, father Gerald Legare, mother Theresa Ranger Legare.

Micheal was raised in White Rock, B.C. In his younger years, he had an interest in the medical field. He put himself through school and pursued nursing. His passions were learning and teaching Jju Jitsu to his children and community members in High Level.

He was also a writer and wrote a book “When things seem odd”. A guide to caregivers and parents. He was a true humanitarian. He loved nature and all living things. Photography was an interest of his. He would mix nature photos with portraits of his children and grandchildren. Micheal was a lover of music and knew his music history well. Later in years he pursued his degree in psychology and received an honorary Bachelor of Arts Psychology degree.

He spent all his free time with his children teaching Jju Jitsu, reading, and the ethics of being a good human being.

Loved and missed by all….


  1. Alexandria Neufeld


    I am so sorry that a better tomorrow never came.
    Many years of estrangement and discord plagued our family.. The years of pain is written in the stars and how the Legare family suffered. I pray you are no longer suffering, I pray you are have finally found the peace you searched for while you spent this time on earth. I miss you everyday, I miss my sister and understand a bit of the pain you suffered at the end. I always hoped for a better ending to our story… I pray you are with my sister now, and together the two of you can build on the relationship you lost. I want to thank you for the years of wisdom you embraced and gave to me along the way, you are part of me and always will be. I thank you for all that you taught me, the good the bad the ugly, and thank you for the few months we did spend together before you left. Miss you and love you always Dad.

    Into the morning light.

  2. Dianne Sarasin ( Legare)

    My condolences to you and your family in the loss of Michael. Though he was my brother I didn’t know him other than when he was about 6 years old and moved to BC. But I do know of him, I have heard and read that he always tried to do his best to better himself for his family. He was also given wonderful gifts which he shared with his community. And I’m sorry for his loss.


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