Posted: February 5th, 2021


Wynn H. Rimstad has died in Toronto, February 2, 2021. A resident of Lethbridge for 26 years, he spent most of his professional life in Montreal.

He is survived by his wife, Bernadette (Anderson), son Tyler (Emma), daughter Tara (Donovan), and their daughter, Evelyn who all deeply cherish the great benefit of his loving support throughout their lives.

The many relatives of the late Walter and Molly Rimstad and of the late Johnny and Louise Anderson will hold his memory closely in their hearts.

Floral tributes are respectfully declined. If donations are desired, they may be made to Kensington Hospice, Toronto, Ontario

8 Condolences for “RIMSTAD, Wynn”

  1. Jack & Pat Whimster says:

    Dear Bernadette and family, please accept our sincere condolences as we are so sorry for your loss. Wynn was such a good friend and a great part of our young life. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest In Peace Wynn

  2. Jack & Pat Whimster says:

    Dear Bernadette and family,please accept our sincere condolences, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Rest In Peace Wynn.

  3. Jack & Pat Whimster says:

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you

  4. Joyce Bonertz says:

    Dear Bernadette and family:
    Very sorry to learn of Wynn’s passing, my thoughts and prayers are with you all.
    Sincere sympathy,
    Joyce Bonertz

  5. Bruce Angus says:


    Blessings Wynn on your journey.

    I grew up in Alberta, my great-grandmother was everyone’s Great Nannie Rimstad. Perhaps we met at those family Christmas parties back when. She was the Queen of the December Ball.

    I Love my family and the history. Angus and Rimstad. Thank you for this remembrance. In Wynn, I recall and remember all that beauty once again, that togetherness, all that joy and Love.

    Blessings everyone, and we are blessed!

    Bruce Angus
    Maces Bay, NB

  6. Pierre Choquette says:

    It’s with sadness that I found out that Wynn just died a few months ago. I worked with him for quite a few years at RoyNat Inc. in Montreal. I remember him as a very dedicated person to his work, and a more shy and likable person in his personal moments.
    As an example, when he was exausted by his work he liked to come to my office and we talked while playing a board game. Those were relaxing moments that we both appreciated greatly.
    To all his family and closed friends, my deepest condoleances for their loss of such a good person.

  7. Brendan says:

    Dear Bernadette and family , my sincere condolences on Wynn’s passing. I have many fond memories of our time together at the squash club.


  8. Peter and Peggy says:

    Dear Bernadette,
    We have just found out about Wynn’s passing and are so sorry. Wynn and you were great friends and neighbours over a number of years. I especially think of Wynn playing squash and Lob ball in Baie d’Urfé.
    Our sincerest condolences to you, Tyler and Emma.
    Peter and Peggy

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