It is with broken hearts that the family of Troy Loder announce his sudden death in Prince George, BC. Troy was 41 years old.
At the ripe old age of 19, Troy became the youngest person in Alberta to be a certified Red Seal Journeyman Scaffolder. He was admired by his coworkers for his work ethic, strength and his endurance.
Troy was always up for a good time and a good laugh. He loved to carry on with others and joke around. His laugh and smile could brighten up anyone’s day. He went above and beyond for his family and friends and had such a big loving heart. He sure was one of a kind and will be missed by many.
Troy’s three girls Katie, Lacey and Isabella, and his precious granddaughter, Samantha Dawn, were his greatest joys in life.
Troy leaves to mourn the love of his life and his partner of ten and a half years: Toni Rae Broomfield; his loving mom: Dalphine Loder and stepdad: Steve Tooktoshina; his dad: Fred Andersen and stepmom: Rhonda Pottle; sister: Janelle Andersen; step sister: Stephanie Brant; grandmother: Pauline Andersen; uncles: Hubert, Eric (Marion), Colin (Pat), Ivan Loder and Don Morgan; aunts: Rosamond Andersen (Scott) and Faye Andersen; and cousins: April Andersen, Megan Collins (Barry), Dustin Loder, Brad Evoy, Megan McLean, Matthew Loder, Alexis Loder, Kali Morgan (Ian) and Jodi Loder.
He was predeceased by his brother Travis, grandfather Sam Andersen, grandparents Alex and Irene Loder, aunts Loretta Morgan, Arlene Andersen, uncle Lindsey Brown, cousins Chrystal Andersen, Jeffrey Loder and Terry Loder.
A celebration of Troy's life will be held on Saturday, January 14th, 2023 at 2:00 p.m., Salvation Army church, Churchill Street, Happy Valley Goose Bay, NL with Major Byron Kean officiating.
The family will be recieving friends at the Royal Canadian Legion following the funeral service. All are welcomed to attend.
A Memorial Tree was planted for Troy
We are deeply sorry for your loss ~ the staff at Fillatre's Funeral Homes