Reverend Lloyd Kresier passed away on June 7, 2021 at the age of 89 years.  Lloyd was a loving husband, father, grandfather, and a great friend to all who knew him.  He had a larger-than-life personality and would be remembered even if met only once.  He was well known for being extremely generous and kind.  In his many years in the ministry, he created communities in the churches he served.  Lloyd loved God, his family, nature, and music.  He made numerous trips to the Middle East with countless friends and relatives.

Left to mourn his passing are his beloved wife Esther, daughter Carla (Blaine), sisters Ella and Patricia, brother Dennis, granddaughters Courtney (Andrew), Alana, and daughter-in-law Danene.  Lloyd was predeceased by his son Kent.

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Dennis Stone

As the Canadian Baptist of Western Canada Regional Minister in Edmonton, let me express condolences on behalf of so many of us in ministry that remember him. Lloyd served as a pastor at Bonnie Doon Baptist until about two years ago, and before that at Leduc Community Baptist Church from 1977-1986, Temple Baptist, Leduc from 1963-1977, Rabbit hill Baptist from 1961-1962. He was a faithful servant who loved the Lord Jesus. “Well done, good and faithful servant!” May God give a healthy measure of His comfort all who have loved him through the years.

CHERYL Ferguson

Lloyd and Esther were powerful friends to ,y parents, Ed and Vi. The memories that stick out are Halloween. I was left in charge of my little brothers and watched and listened to the fun gimmicks they were doing to other friends, like the Browns and the Schroeder’s. One time it was live chickens in the trunk being let go in the friends yard or moving their paving blocks that led to the front door. I loved Halloween

Ed and Gille Mittelstadt

Please accept our sincere sympathy. Pastor Lloyd was a dear friend. He always had a kind word, enjoyed teasing in a fun loving way, and could recite poetry from grade school. He enjoyed hunting and he and Ed spent many hours reminiscing. He also sang on several of our son and nephew’s private music jams on the farm. He will be missed but his memory will live on.

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