Craig Blaeser

Obituary of Craig Blaeser

Craig Alexander Blaeser was born May 17, 1994 in Fort McMurray and he was raised on a farm just outside of Killam, Alberta with his parents Len and Susan and sister Leah. Craig passed away on May 15, 2020 in an Edmonton hospital at the age of 25 years. Left to cherish his memory are his daughter Bradlie Blaeser, his parents Len and Susan Blaeser, sister Leah Blaeser, grandparents Edward and Margaret Blaeser of Canmore and step-grandfather Lloyd Hagen of Camrose; as well as aunts and uncles, Perry and Jerry Blaeser of Canmore, Willa and Darrell Schwab of Leduc, Jim and Marianne Loesch of Strome, Jean and Harry Patrick of Sedgewick, Linda Hofmann of Hinton, Bonnie Schadeck of Kelowna, Wanda Knight of Daysland, Wendy and Dave Kapler of Daysland, Dianne and Derek Fika of Sherwood Park, Brenda and Richard Wolbeck of Strome, Sherry and Rick Bratrud of Camrose and numerous cousins. He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents, Gordon Loesch, Patricia Hagen, three uncles Tim Blaeser, Ken Knight, Don Hofmann, and two cousins, Peter John Blaeser and Andrew Schwab. As a kid Craig loved to play baseball, football, Taekwondo and loved to torment his little sister Leah more than anything. He worked on the rigs as a laborer, foreman, equipment operator, and numerous other positions; he was a jack of all trades. Craig loved to be outdoors whether it was camping, hunting, fishing, dirt biking, and numerous other activities. Craig’s greatest joy was being a Daddy to his 2 year-old daughter Bradlie. He took the role of being a Dad very seriously. Changing diapers, feedings, and recently potty training. Where ever Craig went Bradlie would follow, he looked forward to buying her a dirt bike. Craig was a loving father, son, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend. We will miss you and love you forever Craig, rest in paradise. A private graveside service will be held. In memory of Craig, Donations can be made to Killam Cemetery
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