On the evening of his 31st birthday, Mikael lost his battle with cancer. He fought courageously and with much strength, humility, and hope. His loving family and dear friends were by his side. Mikael took his last breath on earth and his first breath in the arms of his heavenly Father, Saviour and Friend whom he loved “utterly and completely”.
Mikael had a heart for adventure and loved to explore the world with his Jolene, Brielle and Eden. He was a gifted athlete, artist, writer, Journeyman Plumber, missionary, Masters in Counselling and Elder of Lifespring Church; to only list a few. Mikael was a loving husband and father; son, brother, and friend to many…all around the world.
Mikael will be greatly missed by his wife Jolene; daughters, Brielle and Eden; his parents, Rick and Marietta; siblings, Marek (Kendra and children), and Marisa. He is also survived by numerous extended family dear to his heart. Mikael has touched countless lives and made an impact that will continue in the hearts and minds of all who loved him.
The Lehmann family would like to extend thanks to all who have walked with us through this journey. The many prayers, words of love and acts of kindness were deeply felt. A special thank you to the caring staff at the Grey Nuns, Unit 43.
A celebration of life will be held at Sherwood Park Alliance Church, 1011 Cloverbar Road, Sherwood Park on Sunday, February 18, 2018 at 3:00 pm. The family is requesting that in lieu of flowers, donations be made to Mikael Lehmann’s “You Caring Fund” which can be found at thefightformike.com or donation envelopes will be provided at the memorial service.