Lorne Edward Sulz passed away suddenly at his home on December 3, 2020 at the age of 68 years.
Lorne was born on June 10, 1952 in Medicine Hat, Alberta to parents Edward and Jean Sulz (née Flemmer) and older brother Barry. He lived in Medicine Hat for most of his younger years and attended school there. Lorne had two daughters Dawn and Aliccia
Lorne began working for CP Railway in 1975. It was around this time that he was introduced to a young woman, Robin Toker, who was to become his wife. They married in Medicine Hat on July 9, 1977 and resided in Redcliff. Unfortunately, the marriage did not last and they were divorced in 1982. Lorne continued working for CP Railway as a yardman and then a conductor for many years, until a fall at work in 1986 left him with so much back and leg pain that he could no longer work. He went on disability and remained on it until his death.
He decided in the late 90’s that it was time for a change of scenery. Since he was an avid fisherman and liked the town of Kyle, he decided that with its close proximity to the Saskatchewan Landing, Kyle would be the ideal place to move. He bought a house in Kyle and spent a number of years renovating and building until he got everything to just his liking. Lorne had many distant friends that he communicated with on a regular basis.
Lorne was predeceased by his mother, Jean in May of 2008 and his father Edward in September of 2010.
Donations in his name may be made to Kyle Fish and Game League, Kyle, SK, S0L 1T0.
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