Allen Albert Hammerlindl

March 20, 1922August 9, 2012

Allen passed away peacefully on Thursday August 9th, 2012 at St. Paul’s Hospital at the age of 90. Allen is predeceased by his parents Joseph and Margaret Hammerlindl, brothers Harold and Jim Hammerlindl, great grandson Gage Smith and nephew Noel Hammerlindl. He will lovingly be missed by his wife of 63 years, Kathleen; children Bob (Rosemary) Hammerlindl and Jean (Peter) Braun; grandchildren Jolene (Jeff) Kenyon, Erin (Jason) Calhoun, Jocelin (Terry) Martin, Adam (Angela) Hammerlindl and Torrie Gunia. He will also be missed by his 10 great grandchildren, brother Paul (Marjorie) Hammerlindl and numerous nieces and nephews. Allen was born in Eatonia, SK and raised in Mantario, SK where he lived for 84 years before moving to Saskatoon. Allen and Kay lived a peaceful rural Saskatchewan life where they operated the Hammerlindl garage. Allen loved the business and enjoyed people. He was the happiest when he worked at the garage, serving the community for decades. He enjoyed curling bonspiels, square dancing, sports days, road trips (especially taking his grandkids to the Medicine Hat rodeo), traveling to Hawaii and Victoria, BC. Allen was an active member in the Mantario community serving as councilor and mayor for several years, and on the hall board and curling executive. He will be missed by the entire community and family. At Allen’s request there will be no funeral; interment will follow at a later date. Arrangements are entrusted to Acadia-McKagues Funeral Centre 955-1600.


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Allan Baker

September 15, 2012

The Allan Baker family, on behalf of all Baker families in the Mantario/Flaxcombe area, offer our condolences to Kay and the entire Hammerlindl family.

Dwight Eisler

August 15, 2012

My sincere condolences to Kay, Jean, Bob and the rest of the family.

Margaret Myroon

August 13, 2012

My sympathy to Aunt Kay and all the family. My brother, Glen' s description of Uncle Allen talking with a cigarette on his lip brought a smile to me. What I remember is his ability to tell a good story which seems to be a family trait of his siblings.

Glen Hammerlindl

August 11, 2012

Nancy and I saw Allen the Tuesday just before he passed away. We were glad to have that one last visit. The strongest memories that I have of Allen go back to the days when he was behind the counter in the garage. As a boy in the 1950's, I marvelled at how he could talk with his cigarette dangling from his lip. I hope Allen appreciated the support he got from his family. Appreciating what others do for us isn't always long suit for some of us Hammerlindls.