1944 ~ THIERMAN ~ 2013

Posted: February 13th, 2013

Leonard “Len” Wayne Thierman, beloved husband of Charlotte Thierman, was promoted to heaven to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, February 10th, 2013 at home in Medicine Hat at the age of 68 years. Len is survived by his son, Samuel Henry Thierman; his daughters, Jacqueline Lenore Johnson and Allison Michelle Thierman, all of Calgary; and five grandchildren, Micheala, Alona, Alexis, Taye, and Bryn. The Funeral Service will be held in SAAMIS MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHAPEL, #1 Dunmore Road SE, on Thursday, February 14th, 2013 at 10:30 a.m. with Apostle Femi Oqunrinde officiating. Condolences may be sent through www.saamis.com or www.gonebutnotforgotten.ca or to condolences@saamis.com subject heading Len Thierman. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to SAAMIS MEMORIAL FUNERAL CHAPEL AND CREMATORIUM, “The Chapel in the Park”, locally owned and directed. Should you wish any additional information, please telephone (403)528-2599

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  1. veronica skeith says:

    To the Theirman Family
    Sorry for the loss of a great husband father granparent he was a great man i remember when he was the pastor at victory christian fellowship. now he will will be soaring high above the clouds with all the other angels god has called home. i’ll be thinking of you all

  2. Dick & Joan Deweert says:

    Our love and sympathy to Charlotte and family on the loss of a great husband, father and leader.

    We were reminiscing about Len’s “book of facts” that seemed to come up regularly in our staff meetings. They were hilarious and it was good times.

    See you Thursday morning

  3. James Thesen says:

    To the Thierman Family,
    I am sorry to hear of your loss! Pastor Len was a great Man of God!! He really helped me when I was going through a hard time! He had a lot of wisdom and true pastors heart. I pray for God to comfort your family in this hard time!!

  4. Barry, Donna Hoffman says:

    Our Condolences to the Theirman family,We are very sad for your loss.

  5. Tim Kalinowski says:

    I only knew Len briefly, but he helped me get my car up an icy hill when I moved into my new house across from his.I had had to get it towed out a few days before and was really feeling frustrated to be stuck on the ice again. He told me the secret was to “Go slowly and give it just a little gas.” He drove it up the hill for me showing me how easy it could be. I haven’t been stuck since. He also gave me a good lead where to buy good new/used tires that saved me a lot of money. I think he was a very good man. My condolences to his family.

  6. Kim M says:

    To the Theirman family,
    My condolences go out to you, I had the pleasure of knowing Len and Charlotte when I was young, you are truly great people. I am so very sorry to hear of the loss of Len. Prayers go out to you Charlotte and to your family.
    Kim & Kashtyn Malette.

  7. Scotiabank 3rd St says:

    Charlotte, Sam and family: We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  8. Ore says:

    To the Theirman family
    Words cannot even express my deepest sympathy for the loss of a great man, friend, leader and family man. I was honoured and blessed to have known Pastor Len over the years. My fondest moment will be this last summer when we had such a wonderful fellowship in your home. Pastor Len was sure a great grillmaster!
    Im thankful that he is now in heaven with the Lord and one day we will meet again. Please know that Im praying for you all that God will comfort you and give you the strength and the courage to keep on fighting the good fight!!
    Lots of Love

  9. Lucille R|yan says:

    Charlotte & Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Pastor Len was my spiritual dad and that is how I will always think of him. You and Pastor Len where there when I came to the Lord and gave me what I needed to be grounded and rooted in Jesus. What an amazing couple you were, my prayer is for God loving comfort to be with you during your time of grief. But I rejoice also that we will all be together for eternity. God Bless you and all your family. Lucille Ryan & Family

  10. Mark Anderson says:

    So sorry to hear of Pastor Len’s passing. We found out while here in India. We were looking forward to having Len join us sometime in India. He was an awesome man of God. Our prayers are with you Charlotte. It was so nice to see both of you after so many years this past August. I am glad I was able to see him before he went to be with Jesus.

  11. Anita & Cliff Nagel says:

    Charlotte and family,
    We are so saddened to hear of the loss of a such a wonderful man of God. We will always be grateful to you and Pastor Len, the rock who got us through a very rough patch in our marriage. We also fondly remember many “children’s church” moments while at Victory. We laughed, we loved and now we mourn with you. May God Bless you

  12. steve/doreen rowe says:

    Pastor Len will always be remembered as a Man of Integrity.
    Len has left a great legacy and his mark will be eternal.Charlotte our prayers are with you.
    Thank you Len for being a difference maker.

  13. Glenn& Laurie Piche says:

    Pastor Len was a great mentor and father figure to me and he was my best friend.MISS YOU LOTS!Looking forward to seing you again soon with our King!

  14. Alondra Johnson says:

    To the Thierman Family
    I am so sorry to hear of Len’s passing. Not only was Len my friend and mentor, he was my father away from home. He was amazing grandfather, and a father to my daughters when I couldn’t be there. I will miss our times together on the links, our talks and many shared moments. Len always demonstrated extraordinary compassion, patience and kindness to me. He was a very supportive and positive influence in my life. It saddens my heart to know he is no longer with us, and yet I know he is with the Lord now- and what better place is there to be?
    I love you Len, and hope to see you again one day.
    God bless you Charlotte and to the whole family during this time.

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