Edward Leo Hoeflicher

March 13, 1929 - February 19, 2023

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Service Details

Public Visitation: 
1:00pm – Tuesday, Febuary 28, 2023
Mount Olive Lutheran Church,
2015 – 4th Avenue North, Regina, Saskatchewan

Funeral Service: Livestreaming Available
2:00pm – Tuesday, Febuary 28, 2023
Mount Olive Lutheran Church,
2015 – 4th Avenue North, Regina, Saskatchewan

Interment: Livestreaming Available
1:00pm – Wednesday, March 1, 2023
Grace Lutheran Cemetery,
Middle Lake, Saskatchewan

Social Gathering
Wednesday, March 1, 2023 – Immediately following Interment
Faith Lutheran Church,
Middle Lake, Saskatchewan

Memorial Donations:

The Lutheran Hour
660 Mason Ridge Center Drive,
St. Louis, MO, 63141-8509 US
Phone: 1-800-944-3450
Visit: Lutheran Hour Ministries

Regina Lutheran Home
1925 5th Avenue North,
Regina, SK, S4R 7W1

Bethany Pioneer Village
P.O. Box 8,
Middle Lake, SK, S0K 2X0


Edward Leo Hoeflicher was born March 13, 1929, in Cudworth, SK, and baptized in Grace Lutheran Church, Middle Lake, SK. Ed passed away peacefully on Sunday, February 19, 2023, at the Regina Lutheran Home, Regina, SK. He was surrounded and wrapped with loving care and comforted by family. Ed is predeceased by both his parents, Gustav and Lydia (nee Baran) Hoeflicher, as well as his brother Walter, and sister Clara. He is also predeceased by his son-in-law, Joe Lesperance. Ed leaves with us, his wife of 65 years, Shirley (nee Long) Hoeflicher ; and his five children and six grandchildren: Grace (Gary) Long of White City, SK; Jean Hoeflicher of Regina, SK; Norine Lesperance of Regina, SK; Roland (Jodie) Hoeflicher of Canwood, SK, with Reid, Joelle (Tristan), and Josie; and Mark (Elaine) Hoeflicher of Middle Lake, SK, with Mason, Rayanne, and Daylan. Ed met Shirley at Camp Lutherland. They married on July 9, 1957, and farmed west of Middle Lake where they raised five children. Ed’s life-long occupation has been farming. He enjoyed picking stones, picking berries, and looking after livestock. Ed loved to do word search puzzles and read his Bible. He was always there to help out, whether it be farming, family, community, and/or church related. Ed never kept track of time but there was always lots of time to do what he wanted and loved to do. There is a time for everything. 

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