With cherished memories to comfort and grateful hearts for a life well lived, the family of Lorne Carl Lange, of St. Paul, Alberta announces his passing on Saturday, June 19th, 2021 at the age of 66 years.
Lorne farmed from his birth until 2002. As well as mixed farming, he worked in Grande Cache preparing the coal mine in the winter of 1975/76 and during two other winters he worked on the rigs. In 1994-1998 he owned and ran a restaurant in Amisk, Alberta. Lorne continued to farm until the Fall of 2002 then he and his wife, Brenda, moved to St. Paul, Alberta. When he sold the farm Lorne became a maintenance man for S.P.A.N. for approximately 10 years. Lorne then moved on to become the maintenance man for the St. Paul Co-op until his health started to fail. He then took early retirement. Lorne enjoyed fishing with his grandchildren, visiting friends and family and taking long walks with family and friends. He also enjoyed boating, and was always willing to give anyone in need a helping hand. Lorne will be greatly missed by many.
Lorne will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 46 years: Brenda Lange of St. Paul; three daughters: Jody Lange of St. Paul, Carla Lange of St. Paul, Emily Lange (AJ Adamson) of Windsor, ON; six grandchildren: Rebecca, Austin, Samantha, Ashlyn, Cassandra, Shayla; three brothers: Jack (Barbara) Lange, Bill (Brenda) Lange, George (Tracy) Lange; three sisters: Anne (Dale) Duniece, Margaret Lange (Wayne Selci), Crystal (Rick) Lay.
Lorne was predeceased by his son: Lorne Lange; son-in-law: Jason Galas; sister: Patricia Lange; Parents: Carl & Olga Lange.
A private family Celebration of Lorne's Life will take place at a later date in Goodsoil, Saskatchewan. Final Resting place, St. Boniface Roman Catholic Cemetery, Goodsoil, Saskatchewan.
Memorial tributes in memory of Lorne may be sent to Haying in the 30's, Box 35, Mallaig, Alberta T0A 2K0.
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