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Peter Gordon Kjeldsli

May 8, 1938 August 5, 2019
Peter Gordon Kjeldsli
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Obituary for Peter Gordon Kjeldsli

Peter Gordon Kjeldsli
Born, May 8, 1938 Ponteix, Saskatchewan, died, August 5, 2019, Okotoks, Alberta. We are sad to announce the passing of Gordon, our father, in his 81st year. He was predeceased by his wife, Marjorie, in 2006. He leaves his four children, Leslie, Arlene, Trevor and Rae, his six grandchildren, Jocelyn, Connor, Willow, Autumn, Kjeldsli& Summer. He also leaves one surviving sibling, Ivar Kjeldsli of Kelowna, and several nieces. Gordon spent thirty plus years living in Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories, where Leslie and Trevor still reside. He was an athlete as a young man and like many young men of his time in Saskatchewan it was hockey and curling in the winter and baseball all summer long. It was during one baseball season that he travelled to play ball in Indian Head and met our mother, his wife, whom he out lived by 13 years, he pined for her and now they can reunite.

As for Gordon’s wishes a private family service will be held in Saskatchewan at a later date.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to The Alzheimer Society or Alberta Cancer Foundation.

Arrangements in Care of Snodgrass Funeral Home Okotoks 403-938-3111.


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Alberta Cancer Foundation

Suite 300 – 1620, 29th Street NW
Calgary, AB T2N4L7

Alzheimer Society of Alberta and Northwest Territories

14925 – 111 Avenue NW
Edmonton, AB T5M 2P6
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