Emil Lich

Emil Lich

Friday, November 14th, 1930 - Friday, February 21st, 2020
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Obituary

With saddened hearts, we announce that our father, grandfather and great grandfather, Emil Lich, of Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan, passed away peacefully on Friday, February 21, 2020, at Meadow Lake Hospital at the age of 89 years. He was born November 14, 1930 in Burstall, SK, the first of three sons. He married Agnes Tetzlaff on July 10, 1956 and they resided in Webb, Gull Lake, Meadow Lake, Westaskiwin, North Battleford, finally returning to Meadow Lake in 1987. They were both very actively involved in their community and shared a love of sports, especially baseball and golf. Dad loved socializing and visiting with people, playing card games, entertaining all with his stories and lively sense of humour. Left to cherish his memory are his three daughters: Debbie (Mark) McDonald and their family: Chad McDonald and his children, Chloe, Chaeztyn, and Kazia; Melyssa (Kerry) Million and their children, McKinnley and Madeline; Lexie (Doug) Lessard and their family: Dana Fleming; Jim (Tara) Lessard and their children, Vance and Logan; and Valerie Lich. He is survived by his brother-in-law, Robert (Gerry) Tetzlaff, nieces and nephews.

Emil was predeceased by his loving wife, Agnes (1994), parents: Christine and Henry Lich; mother and father-in-law: Theodore and Mabel Tetzlaff; sister-in-law and brother-in-law: Ann and Robert Illerbrun; sister-in-law, Eleanor Tetzlaff; niece Charlotte Illerbrun-Parsons; great-grandson in infancy, Linden Lessard.
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Service Details

  • Service

    Thursday, February 27th, 2020 | 2:00pm
    When
    Thursday, February 27th, 2020 2:00pm
    Location
    Alliance Church
    Address
    805 - 5th Street West
    MEADOW LAKE, SK
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    Officiant
    Pastor James Witherow
  • Interment

    Location
    Gull Lake Cemetery
    Address
    Unkown
    Unknown
    GULL LAKE, SK S0N 1A0
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    Private Family Interment
  • Reception

    Location
    Alliance Church
    Address
    805 - 5th Street West
    MEADOW LAKE, SK
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George Glenn and Connie Freedy

Posted at 10:58pm
Lexie, Doug and family

We extend our condolences on the loss of your father. He lived a positive and fun life and will be missed by all of you and by his many friends around Meadow Lake and beyond.

Love,

George and Connie
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Angus

Posted at 11:40pm
Emil was always ready to share a story and a laugh. Quick to greet people and had a great love of golfing. Sorry we are unable to attend Emil’s service-we will be thinking of you all. Angus and Michele

Samantha Lehmond

Posted at 07:15am
Smiling and joking around. That’s how I remember Emil. The one memory that stands out is playing cards at Auntie Debbie’s... and being exhausted but Emil wouldn’t let anyone go home. One more round of “no peeky” (blind hands).
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