Lloyd Wallace Riedlinger

6 September , 194029 April , 2019

Together again at last!

It is with deep sadness that the family of Lloyd Riedlinger announces his sudden passing on Monday, April 29, 2019. Lloyd is finally at peace in the loving arms of his wife, Leona. Lloyd will be lovingly remembered by his son Derrick and his children Soren and Kennedy; daughter Roxanne (Roger) Bordeleau and their children Christopher and Adrien; special daughter-in-law Susie Riedlinger; sister Joyce Parenteau; sister-in-law Donna(Rod) Block; brother-in-law Rick (Priscilla) Cherrington; sister-in-law Beatrice Cherrington as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and friends. Lloyd was predeceased by his loving wife Leona; parents Edmund and Minnie Riedlinger; father and mother-in-law Donald and Blanche Cherrington and brother-in-law George Cherrington. Lloyd was born in Edmonton, Alberta and raised on a farm at Tomahawk, Alberta. Lloyd was in the armed forces and had been stationed in Edmonton, Germany, Cold Lake, Manitoba, Nova Scotia and last posting Comox, BC. We would like to give a special thank you to Dad’s dear friend, Ron, his living guardian angel. Interment of Lloyd’s urn will be at a later date at the Brightwood Cemetery in Alberta.


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Eric St-Pierre

19 May 2019

We would like to wish our sincere condolences to the Riedlinger’s Family, Roxanne and Derrick. I work under Lloyd’s command in the mid 80’s, Lloyd was assertive and strong of character, he helped me throughout my career as a junior member of the arm forces and firefighter. Lloyd had a great love for his children, always proud of their achievement and he would always share those moments with us, he was also protective, I learned that one my first day on the job to stay away from his Roxanne, fortunately Roxanne had a mind of her own like her dad. Thank you for sharing you father with us.


Eric & Josiane

Rick & Marlene Lally Lally

14 May 2019

We have wonderful fun memories of playing slow pitch against Lloyd and his team. Lloyd could run like the wind! There were all the post games discussions over a beer or two that would go on for hours about how the plays should really have been. Lloyd was a lovely man to know.

Rest in peace.

Canadian Military Engineers Association

9 May 2019

The Canadian Military Engineers extend to you and your family our deepest sympathies in your time of sorrow.
Brigadier-General Steve M. Irwin, CD (Retired)
Colonel Commandant of the Canadian Military Engineers