James (Jim) William Tallmann

Together we mourn the passing of James (Jim) William Tallmann, age 62, of Ardrossan, AB on Sunday February 2, 2020. Jim passed peacefully surrounded by his family.

Jim is survived by his wife of 37 years, Brenda; his 3 daughters Leah (Jeff), Connie (Lukasz) and Jamie; his sister Sharon and 5 grandchildren, Connor, Tanner, Ethan, Joseph and Adrianna; along with many relatives and friends.

As per his request, there will be no service held.

You will be truly missed.

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Leah

Dad,
You were the very best teacher, protector and hard ass. I would never have become the person I am today without your love and guidance. It truly feels like a bad dream, that the world has taken you from us far too early! You will missed very second of every day. Watch over us! We love you SO MUCH! R.I.P Dad, until I see you again.
Your big baby Leah

Lawrence Logozar

I fondly recall the day we met. Thanks for all the great memories and support through the 28 plus years we’ve been friends.

Gord Tomusiak

Sorry for your loss.Our prayers are with you all. Keep on cruising Jimmy

Rob Bernshaw

Sincere condolences to your family, friends and loved ones Jim for their great loss in your passing. Thank you for your humor and for blessing all around you with your great character and concern for others. My prayers are with all of you at this time of great loss. R.I.P Jim

Lee Buckler

The news of this truly saddens me. A man with a large personality and true kindness. I am humbled to have known you and worked beside you. My condolences to jimmy’s family. Thank you for sharing him with us. Rest easy.

Brian Pickering

Really going to miss you Jimmy! It was such a pleasure to work with you all those years. We had some really good practical jokes and laughs too. A true best friend.
Brenda and girls, Cindy and I send you our prayers condolences.
RIP JIMMY

Tony Perri Jortay

I’ve had the privilege of meeting Jim about 29 years ago at AMA, He took myself and many other peers and staff under his belt and taught us a lot, It was like having an older brother on the job, I’m going to miss you my dear friend , always loved him, RIP my dear friend. Tony Perri

Steve Nunes

Jim, it was an honor and pleasure to have worked with you and to have known you. You were an absolute blast to be around with. You will never be forgotten and you will be truly missed by all. Take care and rest easy. We love you bud. Cheers.

Dave Pyke

You can rest now Jimmy. As soon as I catch up to you we’ll raise cane once again. Love ya Bubba.

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