Brian George Heidt passed away at the Lloydminster Continuing Care Centre, Lloydminster, Alberta on February 24, 2023 at the age of 76 years.
Brian enjoyed music, cars, boats and skidoos and he loved spending time at the lake. He accomplished many goals during his career in health care, starting at the Battlefords Union Hospital in 1966, working as Assistant Executive Director at St. Joseph’s hospital in Estevan from 1969-1976, and retiring as the CEO of the Lloydminster Region Health District in 1999. He served on many boards and committees, notably serving on the Board of Directors for the Canadian College of Health Service Executives and as President of the Saskatchewan Association of Health Services. He was instrumental in planning for and building a new hospital for Lloydminster in 1988, and he directed the formation of the Lloydminster Region Health Foundation in 1983.
Brian is survived by: his devoted wife, Sharon; daughters, Terra (Ron) Weaver and Tracy (Lyle) Light, both of Lloydminster; seven grandchildren, Billy (Jessy), Cole, Tressa, Gage, Ries, Luke and Chloe; and one great grandchild, Paisley.
Brian is predeceased by: his parents, Philip and Madeline Heidt; and his brother, Lionel.
Respectful of Brian’s wishes, there will be no funeral service but a private memorial for Brian will be held at a later date.
Donations in memory of Brian may be made to the Washbrook Museum (cheques are payable to the Village of Edam - marked for the Washbrook Museum Sign Fund.
Card of Thanks ~ The family wishes to thank Dr. du Plooy and the kind staff at the Lloydminster Continuing Care Centre for their hard work making Brian comfortable there. We would also like to thank McCaw Funeral Home, specifically Glenn and Doreen for their understanding, support and kindness.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Brian
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at McCaw Funeral Service