Lavern Knorr

February 7, 2015 9 Condolences Print Obituary

Lavern was born June 2, 1947 in Saskatoon, SK and passed away on January 31, 2015 at the Red Deer Hospice.

He was raised in St. Walburg along with his five brothers and two sisters.  Lavern made a living driving truck, farming and carpentry, all of which he enjoyed to do. When he wasn't working, he loved to travel, seeing a lot of the countryside with his family.  Lavern had great passions in life, such as hunting, fishing, animals, and the great outdoors. He took great pride in being a member and President of the St. Walburg Royal Canadian Legion.  When he did retire, Lavern was content to enjoy the peace and quiet of a small town. He was an avid reader and you would find him every morning on the deck with a coffee, a western paperback and his kitties.

Lavern leaves to cherish his memory his loving wife Carole; two sons: Lee (Wendy) of Lashburn, SK., Wade (Penny) of Lloydminster, SK., two daughters; Kim (Ray) of Islay, AB., Tina (Ken) of Kelowna, BC., and two step-children; April (D’Arcy) of Medicine Hat, AB., Darry of Calgary, AB; ten grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.  In addition, Lavern leaves behind one brother Wayne (Christine) of Leduc, AB., and two sisters: Carol (John) of Winnipeg, MB. and Dianne (Blair) of Calgary, AB.  Lavern was predeceased by his father and mother Philip and Joyce and four brothers: David, Ron, Leonard and Donnie.

At his request, no service will be held. The family wishes to express their deepest gratitude for the many kindnesses, prayers and sympathies extended during this time.

Memorial Donations
Red Deer Hospice
99 Arnot Avenue
Red Deer, Alberta T4R 3S6

 

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  1. Please accept our sincere sympathies! Lavern was a good friend and alway willinG to lend a helping hand when it was needed. He was instrumental in keeping the Legion going for a lot of years too.
    Ernie & Rosemarie

  2. Dear Carole & famiy
    Please accept our heartfelt sympathy for your loss. Lavern was a good friend and always willing to lend a hand when needed. He was also instrumental in keeping the Legion going in St. Walburg.
    Your friends. Ernie & Rosemarie

    • Thank you so very much. He really enjoyed your company and yes he did love the Legion for what it really means. Maybe one day we can get together and reminisce

  3. Dear Carole&family, Our deepest sympathies to you all in the loss of Lavern.He grew up with along side my older brothers and we have lots of good memories that are families shared together.We are thinking of you in this sad and difficult time.Take Care everyone,Deb&Stu.

  4. To Carole and family, Carole and John, Wayne and Chris, Dianne and Blair
    So sorry you have to suffer another lose. I recall many memories of Lavern and his automobiles as a young person many years back. I also recall when Lavern moved to Edmonton years ago and he and I chummed around some. We got along quite well and had some good times. I am sorry he had to leave us. I hope that one day soon there will be a cure found for that dread-full decease cancer that has affected so many.
    May the breeze and sun bring peace to you all.
    Bruce & Shirley

    • Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. Lavern really appreciated the card you sent him Bruce.
      It mean’t a lot to both of us. Hopefully we will be able to see you when I come to St. Walburg.
      Again many thanks for the love you have passed on to our family

  5. Dear Carole,
    Accept our deepest sympathies on the passing of Lavern. Though your stay at the park was only for a short summer, we really got to enjoy your company. May the good Lord help you thru these hard times and may you be able to cherish the great times you both enjoyed together.
    Cyrille & Louise Durand

    • Thank you for your thoughts and prayers. We will never forget your kindness you gave us during our stay. I still have your card and maybe one day we will meet again.
      Again thank you .

  6. To our dear cousins, Carole and John, Wayne and Chris, Dianne and Blair
    We are so sorry to hear that Lavern has passed. Larry has many fond memories of Lavern when they were both younger and wished that he could of seen more of him throughout the years. He will be missed , but he will enjoy the time that he can spend with his mother Joyce and father Phil along with his brothers David, Ron, Leonard and Donnie in heaven.

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