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Teghtmeyer, Lloyd Owen
June 25, 1960 - March 17, 2020
Service:  A service will be held at a later date
 

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Lloyd Owen Teghtmeyer
June 25,1960- March 17,2020
Lloyd Owen Teghtmeyer was born in Calgary, Alberta but would have been proud to be known for growing up in Spirit River, Alberta on a homestead with his parents Earl and Beth, and brothers Ken and Alan. He had many fond memories of homestead life and its simplicity and self-reliance. He developed a remarkable ability to fix anything and live off the land. Lloyd had many skills and jobs including working as a lumberjack, a machinist at CFB Calgary, and most recently as a field operator for Canlin Energy near Rocky Mtn House. He always loved teaching if someone was willing to learn. He will always be remembered for his meticulous work ethic and he found a lot of joy in doing something right. No “half-assing” as he would say.
Lloyd was adored by numerous family and friends. His son Bradley who passed in 2009, and his daughter Jill were his pride and joy. He shared a happy marriage to Joy for 30 years and was proud that they could maintain a friendship after their separation a few years ago. His girlfriend Twila and her daughter Sabrina brought him much happiness the last years. They had a plan to move to Vancouver Island to be closer to Jill and their recent project, a 30 foot sailboat “Audacious”. He had many interests and passions. Gardening, mountain biking, skiing, snowshoeing, kayaking, dog sled racing, trapping, and practical joking (It seems everyone has a few good stories to share).

We are broken hearted to announce Lloyd’s passing at the age of 59. He took his own life, but we want everyone to know that his final note was one of absolute love. We will miss his generous spirit, adventurous and outgoing personality, his wicked sense of humour and even his outspoken opinions.

Lloyd wouldn’t want us all moping around, so we are planning a party in his memory for later this year. Date will be determined at a later time. Please let us all remember this beautiful man for how he lived and not how he died. Less worrying, more smiling. Less judgement, more compassion. Less stress, more gratitude. Less hate, more love.

Rocky and Sylvan Lake Funeral Homes and Crematorium, your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements. 403-845-2626

Condolences

Chris Angliss :
Miss you Buddy
Katherine Smith and Bob and Joyce Hurl:
We are so sorry to hear this news. Our love and condolences to everyone
Chris and Ursula Scott:
We are so very saddened to hear of such a tragic loss.
We will always cherish the many memories of our friendship and of the times we spent with Lloyd, we will especially remember him for his infectious zest for life, wicked sense of humour and very honest opinions.
Our sincere and deepest condolences to Joy, Jill and the Teghtmeyer family.
Mark Ellert:
Well shit.
I am glad I got to know him, we worked together and had lots of fun! Lloyd was straight up and I liked that. You knew were you stood and there was no beating around the bush.

Everything happens for a reason and sometimes that reason isn’t clear at the time.
Donna Hunley :
So sad to hear this news. Thoughts an prayers for you Joy and Jill.
Laurence Wenzel:
So Sorry for your loss, I worked with Lloyd in Ferrier for a while , he was always a lot of fun to work with and did a great job.
Wendy and Dennis Parker and family:
We were so shocked when we heard of Lloyd's passing. Joy and Jill, our hearts go out to you both. Thinking of you in this time of sorrow, and hope that your understanding of how Lloyd's involvement in your life was so very precious!
Janie Williamson :
Dearest Joy and Jill- I am so so very sorry for this terrible loss! Our hearts go out to you at this terrible time.
All our Love,
Scott and Janie Williamson
Nola Morgan:
What a beautiful tribute to him. I am so sorry for your loss and hope you can find peace quickly.
Jo:
So that's where YOUR "no half-assed"-mentality comes from, Jill (not even when teaching funny Yoga poses that somehow involve your butt) ;)

Reach out for literally anything. I'm just across the "really big lake", and with you in my heart. Right now, and forever.
Deepest condolences.
Luc Kerley:
Grateful to have been connected to Lloyd via Jill and Joy by Blackberry Ice Cream. :) Happy to know that he was able to enjoy the creations as well as the precious times with you both. Deeply saddened to hear of your tragic and untimely loss. Here for you always, as you both have been for me. With Love, Luc.
Leo and Keo Teghtmeyer:
We are very sorry to hear of Lloyd's passing. Although we didn't get to see him very often, we always enjoyed our visits and he would keep us entertained with his sense of humor. Our thoughts and sincere sympathy are extended to his family.

Leo and Keo
Peter & Rita Herrmann:
We are so saddened to hear of Lloyd's passing and send you our deepest sympathy and condolences. We keep you in our thoughts and prayers during this time of many tears and sadness.
Pamela and Phillip Park:
Dearest Joy and Jill.
We are very saddened to hear of Lloyd's passing. Sending you and your family much love during this difficult time.

Phil and Pam Park
joan skiba:
To Jill and Joy and extended family,
To Lloyd's family,

My deepest sympathy to you. I am so sorry for your enormous loss. xo
Bob & Kathy Lemishka & family:
We are so sorry for your loss Jill & Joy. We have many fond memories of our family camping & quadding with your family. We will always be here for you both. XOXO
Bonnie and Paul Dean:
We are saddened to hear of Lloyd’s passing, and we pray for peace in your hearts during this time of loss and grief. Life is very precious and brief for all of us. Our hope for all those who are closest to Lloyd is that fond memories will bring a smile through the tears, maybe not right now but in the days ahead.
James Hunter:
I could not be more shocked. Such a tragedy. My heart aches for Joy and Jill who have already lived this pain and now must endure it yet again. My condolences to the Teghtmeyer and Hunter families and of course to Lloyds many friends for their sad and tragic loss.
Dianne Cooper:
Joy and Jill no words can express how sorry I am for the two of you , remember the fond memories they will be a joy to you
Carla and Bill Green :
Our thoughts and prayers are with both of you Joy and Jill. If there is anything at all we can do for you please know we are here to help in any way we can.
Hugs to both of you
Allan Ritchie :
Lloyd and I go back a long time, we were classmates and I considered him to be one of my best friends. We had many differences in opinion but we shared many common interests interests in life. I will miss the hour+ phone calls we’d have almost monthly to catch up on each of our latest endeavours. If I ever wanted to find the best of the best when it came to ATVs, autos, rv’s or the latest quality gadgets I didn’t have to do any research, I would just call Lloyd. He was very meticulous in everything he did and he wouldn’t be satisfied until whatever he was working on was perfect in every way.
I will always treasure the great memories of a man who loved life and had strong opinions. I feel honoured to have been part of his life, but I am saddened by his departure. He was much too young.
Whenever I log into my computer and it asks the security question: “who is your best friend?” It will always be Lloyd. Rest In Peace buddy!
Our sincere condolences to the entire Teghtmeyer family.
Pat O'Hare:
Joy and Jill my heart is broken for you both no one should ever have to go through what you have and are going through. Love you both as always Val and I are here for you.

Pat and Valerie OHare:
We are so so sorry for your loss. Our hearts hurt for Jill and Joy. I remember Lloyd as a happy man, enjoying life to the fullest! His greatest love and pride were his kids! Our deepest condolences .
Carolyn Moss:
So sorry Joy to read about Lloyd. Our sincerest sympathy to you and Jill.
Carolyn and Wayne Moss
Patricia Sturm:
Growing up I spent a great deal of time with Lloyd both at Chestermere and Mara lake where Lloyd was always willing to let me “spot” in the boat as he and his friends would water ski. I always loved being included. He also took the time to chat about whatever was going on in my world and was completely present in whatever activity we were doing to make it feel like at that moment it was the most important thing going on even if it was as simple as cleaning up the yard at Mara in spring time. I enjoyed his full laughter and ear to ear smile and am greatly saddened that I won’t get to experience that again. All my move to his family. xoxo
Karin Nijenhuis:
This makes me so sad, My thoughts go out to Joy and Jill. What a difficult time for everyone. I hope that his note to you gives somehow some comfort. I am at a loss for words. Take care of each other.
Hafida:
So sorry Joy. Thinking of you and Jill. Let me know if there is anything I can do. Lots of love and hugs.

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