Jim Hohne Obituary, Death – Jim Hohne, who was a patient at Lloydminster Hospital when he passed away on April 26, 2023 at the age of 73, did not suffer from any pain or discomfort in his final moments. At the time of his dying, he was cared for by his four children who were all present. It was the only place he had ever known and he had lived there his entire life.His wife, Deanna (Kurtis), his children Carmen (and her husband Brent), Barry (and his wife Coralee), and Ashley (and his husband Joe), his grandchildren Jensyn, Gavin, Kamryn, Jayla, Makhi, Jayce, Hudson, Gabby, Kage, Harper, and Hayes, his sisters Liz Van Metre, Helen Dehr, Maggie Deibert, and Linda Parkin, and his sister-in-laws also survive him.
Laurie (John) Boken and Terry WaldorfGail Hohne, Jim’s loving wife and closest friend, as well as his parents, Hans and Hedy Hohne, and his brother, Frankie Hohne, as well as his mother and father-in-law, Gerry and Pat Waldorf, and his brothers-in-law, Ivan Van Metre, Gordon Dehr, Syl Deibert, Greg Parkin, Barry Waldorf, and Brian Waldorf, all passed away before Jim. Additionally, Jim considered Gail to be his closest friend. Jim’s spouse and both of his parents passed away prior to Jim’s passing.
It has been agreed that a meeting to honour Jim’s life will take place on the afternoon of Friday, May 5, 2023, at 2:00 p.m., at the WLS Convention Centre (Stockade), which can be found in Lloydminster, Saskatchewan. The date and time of the gathering have not yet been determined. If you are unable to attend the funeral in person, you will be able to watch it online via a live stream that will be made available on the website of McCaw Funeral ceremony within Jim’s obituary at the time of the ceremony.
If you are unable to attend the funeral in person, you will be able to watch it online via a live broadcast. If for any reason you are unable to attend the funeral in person, you will be able to watch it live and in its entirety online.
In memory of Lori Craven, the Lori Craven Memorial Fund will accept contributions of any size made in Jim’s name. Remembering Jim in this manner will be a meaningful way to honor his memory.