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Johann Sigurdur Ingjaldson

Johann Sigurdur Ingjaldson

December 4, 1929 –August 18, 2021

As published in the September 27, 2021 World-Spectator

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On August 18, 2021, Johann Ingjaldson passed away peacefully with family by his side. Johann was born December 4, 1929 at the family farm near Tantallon, Saskatchewan.

Johann was predeceased by his parents Egill and Sigridur, first wife Doreen, father and mother in law Stewart and Eva Perrin, mother-in-law Katie Beitel, brother Jon, daughter Joanne, step-sons Garry and Duane and numberous other relatives and friends.

Johann is survived by his loving wife Hilda, sons Brian (Tammy), Wayne (Marjorie), step-son Ron, son-in-law David, sisters Doreen and Finna, 10 grandchildren, 9 great-grandchildren, sisters-in-law Olive, Emma, Millie, Adela, Marilyn and Arlene and brother-in-law Ed and numerous nieces and nephews.

Johann married Doreen (Perrin) on October 22, 1955. Doreen passed away in 1982. Johann held numerous jobs throughout his work career, ending with 19 years at IMC Potash Mine at Esterhazy. He loved to build and fix things, and loved the challenge of solving problems. Baseball and Barbershop sining were two of his passions.

Johann married Hilda (Beitel) on September 30, 1988. They were avid dancers, and were well known in many dancing circles, particularly the Saskatchewan Pattern Dance Association, of which they were founding members. Travelling, gardening, crafts and volunteering at the Armoury Hall were joys in their life.

Funeral service was held at St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Moosomin on September 8, 2021 with Fr. Frankline Emereuwa officiating. Cory Ingjaldson was the Urn Bearer accompanied by the other grandchildren. All in attendance were honorary pall bearers. Ushers were Brian Beitel and Marcel DeCorby.
Private family interment followed at Moosomin North Cemetary.

Memorial donations can be made to the Moosomin Armoury Box 125, Moosomin, SK S0G 3N0, or the Moosomin & District Health Care Foundation for Moosomin Long-Term Care Box 1470, Moosomin, SK S0G 3N0.

Arrangements were entrusted to G.R. Carscadden Funeral Chapel, Moosomin, SK.


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