Lyndon Duncan Fleming


With profound sadness the family of Lyndon D. Fleming
announces his passing on June 8, 2023 at the age of 58.

Lyndon was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario where he began his career in roofing with his uncle Frank Trombley. Lyndon went on to become a Red Seal Sheet Metal Journeyman. He was a proud, hard-working, well-respected member of the SMWU Local 8 in Edmonton and Local 30 in Toronto. Lyndon was also an avid learner who excelled in every additional trade ticket he acquired at George Brown College (Toronto) and N.I.A.T. (Edmonton). He most recently graduated from the HVAC Specialist program at N.I.A.T. with Distinction.

Although Lyndon’s heart often pulled him back to Ontario, he had found his home in Edmonton, Alberta. He hoped to retire in Northern Ontario, closer to his family, but his life with us was cut short before he could enjoy a well earned and well deserved retirement.

Lyndon was a member of many fellowships in Edmonton, Calgary and Toronto where he was committed to help, support and mentor anyone in need with understanding,
compassion and gratitude for all that he had received.

Lyndon’s strong faith and Christian values guided and sustained him throughout his life and provided great strength, courage and grace when faced with cancer, a battle he fought valiantly, but one he could not win.

Lyndon was predeceased by his father, Arthur Balfe Fleming and survived by his mother, Mary Elizabeth Fleming (nee Trombley), brother George Fleming, sister Carolyn Rutetzki, sister Susanne Fleming, many cousins and many friends. Lyndon is remembered for his calm, quiet nature and as someone who always made time to listen when someone needed to share.

Visitation will be held at the Mangan Funeral Home Beaverton on Saturday June 17th from 11a.m until time of funeral service in the chapel at 1p.m. Interment St. Joseph’s Cemetery Beaverton to follow.

In lieu of flowers, please consider performing a simple act of kindness in Lyndon’s honour, as Lyndon was a strong believer in paying it forward.

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Glen Bone

I knew Lyndon well. He was a quiet unassuming fellow who had a lot of love in his soul for people. I had the pleasure of being his instructor at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology for a year in the HVAC/R Specialist program where he worked diligently and achieved honors status in all of the classes I led. A great student but more importantly a great human being. Lyndon became a friend following his graduation and I grew to love him dearly as a friend. He helped me with his sheet metal skills and was always available to chat about anything in life. Heaven is stronger with him helping us all in spirit of the universe. My condolences to the family and everyone who knew and loved Lyndon. See you on the other side my brother!

Lenny Graceffo

My deepest condolences to Lyndon’s friends and family. A genuine ,thoughtful, stoic man, whose company was enjoyed by those that knew him. I’m shocked as I didn’t even know Lyndon was ill as I hadn’t seen him in some time. RIP my friend.

Daniel sahaidak

Had the honor and pleasure of knowing you my friend. Been a long time since I have seen you. Very sad news indeed. Condolences to the family and friends. Rest In peace friend.

Larry Skinner

Larry Brian Skinner,taken to soon are the good ones he had a kind heart and even kinder soul God bless and keep trudging gods path amen brother you are a true warrior ?

Preston Green

Mighty man of god
Was blessed to have known him may peace be with you
In this time

James (Mac) McIntyre

So sad, “Blessed are the people that mourn, may they find comfort.” Mathew 5 -6. I can pray comfort and peace for the family.