Posted: August 26th, 2022

Evelyn Lodermeier

1923 – 2022

Mrs. Evelyn Anna Lodermeier passed away on August 23, 2022, in Milk River, Alberta at the age of 98 years.

Evelyn was born at home in the Allerston district on December 30, 1923, to Peter and Rose Thielen. After attending school at different one-room schoolhouses in the 1930s, Evelyn ended her formal education. In January 1948, she married Leo Lodermeier and they began their life together in an old wooden farmhouse on land at Masinasin, east of Milk River, Alberta. Leo and Evelyn had a mixed farm of dry-land cropping and a few cows and chickens. It was a wonderful time in the 1950s when they built their lovely new home and had their two children, Teresa, born in 1955 and Darrell, born in 1957. Evelyn was a devoted mother and homemaker. She enjoyed many fibre arts including knitting, sewing, and embroidery. Evelyn was also an accomplished baker and wedding cake decorator. In 1981 Evelyn and Leo retired to Lethbridge where she spent many happy years baking buns, making clothes, and babysitting her granddaughters. After Leo’s death, Evelyn moved to Martha’s House where she spent her sunset years.

Evelyn was predeceased by her daughter Teresa in 2008, her son Darrell in 2012, and her husband Leo in 2015.

She is survived by her son-in-law, Peter McAdam, and daughter-in-law, Rita Lodermeier. She is also survived by her five granddaughters, Suzanne Lodermeier (Steven Sibley), Kelly McAdam, Marina (Brad) Balog, Kristina McAdam (Mike Storry-Robertson) and Vanessa Lodermeier (Robert Rolfe), as well as six great-grandchildren: Jordan Lodermeier & Riley Sibley-Lodermeier, Braxton Balog & Camden Balog, Josephine Robertson, and Violet Rolfe-Lodermeier.

A Graveside Service will be held at 9:40 AM, at Allerston Cemetery on Sunday, August 28, 2022. Followed by a memorial reception at Allerston Hall.”

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One Condolence for “LODERMEIER, Evelyn”

  1. allan sept says:

    sorry to hear of the loss of your Grandmother Suzanne

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