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LLOYD DOUGLAS CHERNICHAN
Born: Jun 24, 1953
Date of Passing: Nov 03, 2023Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
LLOYD DOUGLAS CHERNICHAN
June 24, 1953 – November 3, 2023
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Lloyd Douglas Chernichan.
He leaves to mourn his daughter A.D. (Jason), his grandchildren, Sloane and Kynlie, his partner Corinne and her family - Tricia (Eli), Jesse, Tasha, Max, Milo, Theo, Isaiah, Jaxon and Maddox, his sisters, Delores and Rhonda (Elliot) and his ex-wife who remained a friend, Cindy-Lou. He was predeceased by his father Peter and his mother Alice.
Lloyd was a man of few words. He cared deeply for his family and friends. He was a sports enthusiast and was a die-hard Philadelphia Flyer and Las Vegas Raider fan.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to a charity of your choice.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Nov 18, 2023, Nov 18, 2023
Condolences & Memories (4 entries)
I had the great privilege of working with Lloyd on several major Information Technology projects where he was the Project Manager, the one responsible for making sure everything that needed to get done was done and done well. Lloyd was one of the best that I have ever worked with, he was tough, but fair, kind, but persistent, and he could spot problems a mile away, and he knew how to solve them. People admired and respected him, and he was nicknamed “The General”. Farewell General. - Posted by: Nunzio Fortugno (Colleague) on: Nov 23, 2023
So sad to hear of Lloyd's passing. Lloyd worked with company for 17 years in Calgary. A great project director and a great friend. Intense, dedicated but with a heart of gold. I would appreciate being able to talk with his daughter and perhaps his sisters to share how much he meant to so many people here in Calgary. - Posted by: Gerry Wolfe (Friend / Work Colleague) on: Nov 22, 2023
Our Condolences to you All We got to know Lloyd more since his recent move back to Winnipeg. We shared some good laughs over dinner & hotdogs at the Wenty, drinks at the corner bar & Gondola pizza at his place. May you Rest In Peace Cheers to Lloyd! Tina/Darryl & Rodney - Posted by: Tina & Darryl (Friend ) on: Nov 21, 2023
Lloyd was also a big Rolling Stone fan. Maybe about 40 years ago he went to see the Stones in Toronto . He thought that was going to be there last concert. - Posted by: Robert Krocker (Old fried) on: Nov 19, 2023
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