Fletcher Funeral Chapel

237 - 4Th Street North East, Weyburn, SK


Harley James Ironside

8 October , 19361 July , 2019

Harley James Ironside, born October 8, 1936, passed away peacefully at Regina, Saskatchewan on July 1st, 2019 at the age of 82 Years. He is predeceased by: parents, Edith and Lawrence Ironside, brother, Dale Ironside and sister, Myrna Koeckeritz. He is survived by his wife, Carol Ironside and their son; Shaun Ironside. Harley’s previous children, Rick (Elaine) Ironside; Trevor Ironside; Brett (Jennifer) Ironside; Brenda Williams (Jamie Kennedy), 11 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren; sister, Jean Regel; brother in law, Blake Koeckeritz as well as other nieces, nephews, relatives & friends. Harley was born and raised in Midale. He farmed the Ironside family homestead south of the town of Midale. Harley farmed and was a Contract Battery Operator in Midale, Saskatchewan until 1975 when he then moved to Calgary, AB. While in Calgary, he worked for an Oil & Gas Service Company around Western Canada and Overseas in Egypt & the Gulf of Suez. Upon his return to Canada, he pursued a career as a Hotelier in Kelvington and Kipling, Saskatchewan, returning to the Oil & Gas Industry until his retirement in 2006. He enjoyed hunting and fishing and also participated in a variety or sports as well as being an avid spectator. Harley was a loved son, brother, father and grandfather. He was much beloved and will be dearly missed. Thank you to the nurses and care staff at Tatagwa Nursing Home in Weyburn for their wonderful and kind care for the past 5 years. A family Graveside Service and Interment was held on Thursday, July 4, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. at Westphalia Cemetery, Midale, Saskatchewan with Carmella Eagles celebrating. Donations in memory of Harley may be made to the Alzheimer Society of Canada.


  • Graveside Service & Interment Thursday, 4 July , 2019


Harley James Ironside

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Norma Niebergall

4 July 2019

Sorry to hear of your loss Carol and Shaun. Deepest Sympathy!

Darlene & Allan MacNaughton

4 July 2019

Jean, we are so very sorry to learn of the loss of your brother, Harley! Please pass on our condolences to Harley's children, and their families. We enjoyed our visits with him the last number of years, while being cared for at Tatagwa, and his face always lit up when we mentioned your name, Jean, and we know you will miss your big brother! Tyler Jay sends his condolences and love to you and the girls.♥️

Lou-Ann Regel

2 July 2019

Loved my big burley uncle, his big heart, that deep voice, and of course that “bellow-ful” laugh of his. Despite his great size and appearance a mere baby would melt that big guy! I Always felt welcome in his home and in his presence. I remember him best on the old farm outside of midale with that little pink truck of his. I think he called it the “gitty-up go” , or something like that .
Harley was quite fond of teasing his nieces and nephews. He was also always first in line for a good prank-especially if he could get away with it! (Or even if he couldn’t...).
Harley will be sadly missed-yet remembered warmly. Hope he has found peace with family.

Kristin Adams

2 July 2019

Harley will be greatly missed by his entire family. He has definitely left his mark on all of us. Wish we all had more time with him. We are really glad Connor had the opportunity to meet his great grandpa, you can see the Ironside resemblance.