Posted: July 11th, 2020

Barry Aleman

1961 – 2020

“Be still and know that I am God..”

– Psalm 46:10a

The Lord, in His infinite wisdom and at His time, suddenly took from my side, my beloved husband, a dear father and grandfather on July 2, 2020, at the age of 59 years.

Barry was born and raised in the Park Lake area. He was a man of strength who instilled the importance of family and faith. He loved spending time at home and sharing special moments with his sons. Barry enjoyed a long career in the trucking industry and his companionship will be missed by many.

Barry will leave to mourn his loving wife Ruth Aleman; sons, Tony (Carolynn) {Hailey, Cameron, Marissa, Tianna}, Kevin (Jacki) {Blake, Keith}, Bart (Rachelle) {Barrett}, and Ryan (Kelcey).

He is survived by his sisters, Anita (Ben) Oudshoorn, Corina (Matt) Grisnich and Wendy (Gary) Aleman; mother in law, Gery Grisnich, Tony and Nellie Kreft, Frank and Joanne Brilman, Dale and Joan Sullivan, as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and their families.

Barry was predeceased by his parents, Cornelius (Casey) and Jantje (Jenny) Aleman, brothers Tony and Ken Aleman, and father in law Neil Grisnich.

An opportunity to extend Condolences to the family will take place from 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Monday, July 13, 2020 at NETHERLANDS REFORMED CONGREGATION OF NOBLEFORD, Nobleford, Alberta. Due to the restrictions surrounding Covid-19, we ask that those who wish to offer their condolences in person text or call 403-315-3606 to book a time.

A private Funeral Service will be held by invite only on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at the NETHERLANDS REFORMED CONGREGATION OF NOBLEFORD, Nobleford, Alberta with Reverend E.C Adams, officiating.

Interment will follow at the Memorial Cemetery of Picture Butte.

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3 Condolences for “ALEMAN, Barry”

  1. Henriette Indenbosch says:

    Ruth, I cannot express my shock when I heard about Barry’s passing, and I immediately thought of you and your family. We wish you comfort, not just from your loved ones, but from above. I pray this trial will bring you closer to God, and that your favourite place will be at the feet of Jesus. Although your pain and grief will continue, you will find solace weeping at His feet.
    As the days go on and everything keeps going, the loss and change will become more intense, but Christ offers comfort and peace. Lean on Him as He gives you faith to do so, and may you be a strong testimony of His grace. I pray God will be pleased to answer the prayers that many have prayed for you and your family.
    With Sincerity,

  2. Rita Boon says:

    Dear Ruth, our deepest sympathy first goes out to you and your family! The reality must sink in and we do not understand the infinite wisdom of God. We need to be given the grace to believe that he does all things for a purpose. May you receive the comfort of the everlasting arms around you now and the the days and months ahead! May your solace be in Him alone.
    Condolences to Anita,Corina and Wendy and their families in the loss of another brother.. my heart aches. Cast all your cares upon Him for He care the for you … may you lean on Him as the greatest source of comfort. Sincerely Rita Boon


    Dear Wendy and family. Thinking of you at this difficult time. You are in my thoughts and prayers ❤️🙏

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