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Clifford Allen Reimer

Thanksgiving, October 7, 2018 our son, father, grandfather, brother, and friend lost his battle with T-cell lymphoma.

Cliff was born November 21, 1957 in Carman Manitoba to Harvey and Evelyn Reimer. He grew up on the farm with his brothers and sisters close to Barnsley Manitoba where he worked hard and played hard.

He was baptized as a young adult and carried a strong faith in Jesus Christ throughout his life.

He spent some time living and working in Winnipeg with some of his friends before moving back to the area to start farming but that wasn’t to be his life’s work.   He spent most of his working life driving highway trucks and was a valuable employee to anyone he worked for.   He could handle any problem that came his way.

His Joy in life was his daughter Amanda and he was so happy when she met her future husband Alan, Thanksgiving 2006. She introduced Alan to her Dad at Thanksgiving the following year. Two years later we spent Thanksgiving at their wedding. Cliff was such a proud “father of the bride”.   Two years later, again at Thanksgiving he was thrilled to become a grandpa to his first granddaughter followed by another granddaughter three years later.

This past February Cliff’s world drastically changed when working became so difficult. He had been having problems but was managing. The earnest search for medical help began to take on more urgency. After many appointments with specialists, the diagnosis finally came, T-cell lymphoma.  

He so appreciated all of the help he received from family and friends who made time to give him rides to appointments, visited either at home or hospital where he spent most of the past three months. Thank you to his doctors and the nursing staff at the hospital. Extra special gratitude to the kitchen staff who made the food he always raved about. If Cliff loved anything it was food.   Through everything he never lost his appetite.

He is survived by his Daughter Amanda (Alan) Tymofichuk, grandaughters Riley and Jovian. Mother Evelyn Reimer, siblings Linda (John) Klassen, Tom(Debbie) Reimer, Lucy (Vern) Redekopp, Glen (Angie) Reimer , many nieces nephews and their families.

Comments  

#1 Art & Tina Doell 2018-10-11 22:50
Our condolences to the family. May God’s strength and love carry you as you mourn his loss.
#2 Gail Harper & Family 2018-10-13 14:58
Sending our heartfelt condolences to Amanda, Alan, Ryley & Jovian and the rest of the family for the loss of Cliff. May you find some comfort knowing that he is now free from suffering and pain.
#3 Gail Harper & Family 2018-10-13 15:27
Sending our heartfelt condolences to Amanda, Alan, Ryley and Jovian and the rest of the family for the loss of Cliff. May you find some comfort knowing that he no longer suffers and God's light is shining upon him.
#4 Pat Tymofichuk 2018-10-14 00:55
I wish to express my sincere condolences to Amanda, Alan, Riley & Jovian and to the rest of Cliff's family. Cherish those precious memories. I hope this will help you through this difficult time.
#5 LaVerne Peters 2018-10-15 15:33
On behalf of Aunt Erna and cousins Lorne and LaVerne Peters, please accept our sincere condolences on Cliff's passing.
Its been many years since we spent time riding the School Bus together in Carmen but we always enjoyed our summer vacation visits out to the Reimer farm.
#6 Joel Klassen 2018-10-16 13:41
Uncle Cliff was a ladies man, even in his last days the nurses blushed when they spoke to him. He knew his body was breaking down but he wanted to hold on so that he could say a proper goodbye to his daughter. Amanda, when he spoke of you, the fire came back to his eyes. Amanda, he was very very proud of you.
#7 Terry Klassen 2018-10-16 22:04
I am so sad to hear of Cliff's passing! Cliff and I were very close friends back in the day and even lived together in Winnipeg when we were idiot farm boys from the country. We hung out almost every weekend for several years in and around Carman. Through these many years I have often thought of Cliff and often wondered how his life turned out. It sounded pretty full. To family and friends, my condolences, he was a true blue, stand up man!
#8 Alica loewen 2018-10-17 12:02
All i can say is that he loved everyone that came into his life. He will be missed and thought of by everyone that knew him. My deepest condolences to the family. He was a beautiful person to be around and always had a good heart. He worked hard played hard and loved his music. He tought me to play drums. I sucked at it but he kept telling me to always think big. He tought me alot of things in life. He shall rest in ease now with no pain or suffering.

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