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Herbert Wilfred Runzer (Harvey)

April 11, 1928

August 20, 2023

Herbert (Harvey) Wilfred Runzer, aged 95, peacefully left this world on the morning of August 20th, 2023. Born on April 11, 1928, in Killaly, Saskatchewan, Harvey was cherished by numerous loved ones, including his devoted wife, Madge Runzer, and their children, Judy and Fred Runzer. Alongside his immediate family, there existed a host of others who held him dear to their hearts. A memorial service to honor Harvey’s memory shall take place at a later date. In place of floral tributes, the family kindly requests memorial donations be made to the St. Joseph’s Auxiliary Hospital in Edmonton.

On April 11, 1928, in Killaly, Saskatchewan, Herbert (Harvey) Wilfred Runzer graced the world with his presence. After a remarkable journey of 95 years, Harvey peacefully bid adieu on the morning of August 20th, 2023. Survived by his beloved wife, Madge Runzer, his children, Judy and Fred Runzer, and an extensive circle of adoring individuals, Harvey’s departure has left a void in the hearts of many. In the near future, a memorial service will be held to commemorate his life and legacy. In lieu of traditional floral offerings, the family kindly requests that friends and relatives consider making memorial contributions to St. Joseph’s Auxiliary Hospital in Edmonton.

Aged 95, Herbert (Harvey) Wilfred Runzer, a native of Killaly, Saskatchewan, embarked on his final journey on the morning of August 20th, 2023. Harvey, born on April 11, 1928, leaves behind a legacy of love and cherished memories. Among those who will forever be touched by his presence are his adoring wife, Madge Runzer, their children, Judy and Fred Runzer, and a multitude of other individuals fortunate enough to have experienced his warmth and kindness. The family respectfully invites all who knew Harvey to join them in a future memorial service dedicated to honoring his remarkable life. To honor his memory and passion for benevolence, the family kindly requests donations to be made to St. Joseph’s Auxiliary Hospital in Edmonton, in lieu of floral arrangements.

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