MAHNER, Kenneth Edwin


It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Ken Mahner at Leduc, Alberta, at the age of 81 years.

Ken Mahner will be remembered by his loving wife Lorraine; children, Dwayne (Ronda), Alma (Mike), and Kevin (Tammy); Grandfather of Ryan, Justin, Jordan Mahner; Jessica, Kelsey, Taylor O’ Rourke; Katelyn and Kara Mahner.

He will be dearly missed by his sister Dot, his in-laws, Leona Martens, Brian and Shirley Brandon, Alice Mahner, Anne Mahner as well as numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and many close friends.

A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday June 7, 2016 at St. Michaels Catholic Church, 5105 – 45A Street, Leduc, Alberta.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Leduc Community Hospital. 4210- 48 Street, Leduc, Alberta. T9E 5Z3.

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St. Michael's Catholic Church

5105 - 45A Street
Leduc, AB
T9E 5X1

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Barry Brouwer

Hello, Lorraine! I just now googled Ken, and was saddened to find his obituary. I have many fond memories of working with Ken in the mid-seventies, when we were working out of the Esso Devon Gas Plant, and on associated pipelines. We spent many hours driving to and from Edmonton, and working together on telemetry systems and metering equipment. I remember Ken as a calm and friendly co-worker, with an exemplary work ethic. He was a good role model, and I cannot recall any occasions when we were in conflict. I consider myself blessed through knowing Ken!
Peace and love to you and your family,
Barry Brouwer

MaryAnn Young

Dear Lorraine and Family
I have many wonderful memories growing up with the Mahner and Cobrough families. Ken was always there with the rest of us kids/teens in our very younger days. The Klemenz (My maiden name) family spent many a Christmas and other special times with these two families. The ice iglo, hide and seek in the barn hay loft, the potato champain, games up stairs in the old house on the Mahner farm and Coubrough house in Bengough, Saskatchewan.. Houses were small and the children had to play somewhere. The wonderful meals our Mothers cooked. Playing cards and just spending time with these two families. There was always a laugh and lots of fun. I remember having to Tap Dance for the group gathered and money given to me for dancing. This was a big part of my life. I send you my sincere sympathy and may the Good Lord help you through this sad time.
Love & God Bless
Former: Mary Ann Klemenz – Horizon Saskatchewan
Present time: MaryAnn Young – Regina Saskatchewan

PS: I forgot also picking saskatoons in the Big Muddy!!!!

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