Photography

Judith Darlene Wilderman

July 11, 1946 ~ May 2, 2022 (age 75)

Obituary

In Loving Memory

Judith Darlene Wilderman

1946-2022

Judith Darlene Wilderman, Judy, 75, formerly of Biggar, Saskatchewan, died Monday, May 2, 2022, in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

Judy was born on July 11, 1946, in Biggar, Sask. She was the daughter of Leo G. Wilderman and Doris E. Wilderman. Judy grew up on the family farm and graduated from high school in Biggar. She was wed to Gary R. Lindgren in 1965 and moved West in 1970, she raised three sons and three stepdaughters.

Judy was a truly unique person, she had empathy, kindness and humanity for every person who entered her life. She was a gifted artist who photographed many people and the natural world.

Judith is survived by her husband Gary Lindgren formerly of Biggar; her sons Quinton Lindgren and his wife Sylvia, John Lindgren and his wife Portia, and Travis Lindgren. Stepdaughters; Lisa McNutt, Lorna Valcourt and Lynn Valcourt. Judy was the adored aunt of Crystal Lucier and Andrea Grieves. She was loved dearly by her grandchildren Jessica, Patrick, Mackenzie, Rebecca, Spencer, Matthew, Zachary, and Benjamin Lindgren. She is survived by her sister Donna Meek and her brother Gerald Wilderman. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister Carolyn Faye.

A memorial will be held at 12:00 PM Saturday July 2, at the Biggar Cemetery and a gathering at the Westwinds Hotel thereafter. All are welcome to attend.

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Services

Memorial Service
Saturday
July 2, 2022

12:00 PM
Biggar Cemetery
Hwy 4 South
Biggar, SK S0M 0M0
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