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September-22-12
I think it was about 1976 and Premier Lougheed was at an event at my community centre. I was there with a number of other Girl Guides in my uniform and as he mingled around the room he stopped me and asked me a bit obout Girl Guides. Seeing the various badges I had on my badge scarf, he said to me "I helped some girls with their Citizenship badge. Do you have that one?" I said yes and he asked me to show him which one it was so that he could see what the other girls had earned. He thanked me, wished me well in my Guiding career and moved on. I remember as a 12 year old being so surprised that he actually took the time to talk to a kid when there were lots of "important" people around. And that he approached me, not the other way around. I don't remember anything else about that day, just the chat with Premier Lougheed. My condolences to his family, he will be greatly missed.
September-22-12
I lived and worked in the Calgary area from 1981 to 2006.

And like many people, a number of my most rewarding experiences were linked - directly or indirectly - to the work of Peter and Jeanne Lougheed.

Thank you,
Lori-Ann Edwards
September-22-12
RIP Mr. Lougheed. You have done for this province and this country something that will most likely will never be repeated. You were a man for the people.
Thank You
September-21-12
Our sincere condolences to the Lougheed Family. Alberta is the better place to live because of Mr. Lougheed.
Martin Family
September-21-12
My condolences to Jean and family. I would like to share my daughter's thoughts from her blog. She had the privilege of meeting Premier Peter Lougheed and here are her comments; https://karinschwier.wordpress.com
September-21-12
Thank-you Mr. Lougheed for being a gentleman as well as a very wise leader. You changed the face of Alberta.
September-21-12
Both new Canadians, my husband & I married in 1962. We voted for Peter Lougheed & after the loss of the Allied Arts Centre were thrilled when he created the Ministry of Culture.
It would have been 1967 (The Year the Centennial Planetarium opened) & after that my husband had many meetings with Horst Schmit, I believe. We were & always will be thankful for the Hon. Peter Lougheed and his forward thinking - from Arts & Culture to the creation of the Heritage Fund.
I therefore offer my condolences to Jean, always supportive & by his side, & to the family. Sincerly,
September-21-12
Your father was a great Canadian and will be truly missed by Canadians and Albertans alike.

Tom and Darlene Gordon
September-21-12
I was a new Canadian in Alberta in 1972 and I saw first hand the changing face of Alberta with new Parks, highways, hospitals, historic sites and one could see the prosperity showing everywhere.

I admired Premier Peter Lougheed for his vision, foresite and the passion he had for him home province and the Country Canada.

I believe we lost a great Canadian and a Legend. I submit my sincere condolences to the whole family and pray the lord for granting peace to the family for a great loss. Long Live Peter Lougheed!
Bal Boora, Lethbridge, AB.
September-21-12
Thank you Mr Lougheed

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