June 9, 2015, Medicine Hat, Alta. — RedHat Co-op general manager Lyle Aleman, 44, was killed late last week in a traffic accident in the city.
He is survived by his loving wife Carisa Aleman (Bekkering) and their five precious daughters.
He was the son of Mike and Mary Aleman, brother to Kim (Paul) Thorsteinson and Leanne (Dyron) Provost, son-in-law to John and Helen Bekkering, brother-in-law to Matthew (Stephanie) Bekkering, Kathryn (Jason) Ferrie and Stephen Bekkering.
In addition to being a devoted husband and father, he was also dedicated to helping others. He served on the church council of the Medicine Hat Christian Reformed Church and was an executive board member of the Medicine Hat Christian School.
Mr. Aleman was also a tireless leader with the Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association, and directed the impressive expansion of the RedHat Co-op over the years.
Mr. Aleman had worked for RedHat for more than 17 years, including the past seven years as general manager.
Click here to view the obituary notice.
Click here to view a tribute to Mr. Aleman published in the Medicine Hat News.
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