Waldemar Belter

October 5, 2017 4 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

March 31, 1930 - October 02, 2017

With heavy hearts, we announce the passing of our dearest husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather, Waldemar Belter, at the age of 87.

He leaves behind to mourn, his wife of 65 yrs., Sara, his sons Paul (Beverly), Ronald (Jody), Allen (Karen), his daughter Adelheit Werner, nine grandchildren, six great-grandchildren, sisters Natalie Wulf of Germany, Olga (Otto) Weiss of Ontario, Rosie (Ewald) Karl of Ontario, brothers Roman (Ursula) Belter of Edmonton, Bruno (Goshia) Belter of Germany, and numerous nieces, nephews, extended family and close friends.

Waldemar was predeceased by his son Gary Belter, parents Roman and Amanda Belter, brother Karl Belter and sisters Hulda Jachmann and Linda Dahlmann.

A Celebration of Waldemar’s Life will be held on Saturday October 7th, 2017 at 1:00 pm, with a public visitation 1 hour prior to the service, at Grace Point Church of God, 720 62 Street SW, Edmonton. Following the service the family invites you to lay him to rest at Glenwood Memorial Gardens, 52356 Range Road 232, Sherwood Park.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Stollery Children's Hospital or a charity of one’s choice, in Waldemar’s name.

  1. Losing a loved one is never easy. Please know our most heartfelt thoughts are with you at this time. We only came to know your husband/father late in his life, but we will always remember him as a very warm, friendly , caring person . Now at peace in eternal rest.

  2. Sending my deepest sympathy. Wishing you strength to sustain you during this difficult time and healing that soothes both mind and spirit.

  3. Our sincere condolences to Sara and Family. These are our memories of Waldemar: His warm, friendly presence, at church, fishing, his willingness to help, his stories, his handshakes, his bass singing voice, his gift of connecting with younger people, his joyous character. Our sons Jeremy, Jeff, Kelly, we all have fond memories of him. He would greet young men,- “How you doing son?”

  4. Today I met Paul Belter, so naturally I asked if he knew a Waldemar Belter. Well, yes he did!!

    I still miss Waldemar today. There is a certain class of German Men that are missing today, Waldemar was one of them.

    I remember hearing him sat often.
    “Rome wasn’t built in a day, but I wasn’t the Foreman.”

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