Windsor, Ontario


Alfred WIDHOLM passed away in Windsor, Ontario. Funeral Home Services for Alfred are being provided by Victoria Greenlawn Memorial Chapel and Visitation Centre. The obituary was featured in The Windsor Star on November 8, 2017.

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Erik is the son of Alfred and my brother-in-law. Erik married my sister back in 1992. I met Erik's family around the time of the wedding. I was struck by how close his parents were to one another. I was not used to this in my life. Erik's mother squeezed my bicep at the pre-nup dinner and told me how much she was bench pressing. I had her beat by not very much. Erik's upbringing helped him to create the family life he has currently with my sister. They have a beautiful family and are...

I was so blessed to know Alf and Anne as my stand in Uncle and Aunt during my years as a missionary kid in Sweden, enjoying many visits in the house he built with his own hands. What an honor it is for me to see how faithfully he has finished his race. My love to the remaining family in the midst great sorrow and great joy. Psalm 23:5

Alf was truly a gentle and kind man. We thank God for every remembrance of him. We are very sorry over what happened to Anne. Our thoughts and prayers are with her and the family.
Don and Liz Ritter

Alf, thank you for your kind support when we would be on Home Ministry Assignments in Calgary. Your and Anne's gracious hospitality always gave us a place to relax.

Daniel Hyatt and Denise Desnoyers

So warmhearted and willing to help. We will always remember his warm smile. Our thoughts and prayers is with his children and with Ann!

Alf was one of our teachers at NBI, where I was a student 1972-75. His teaching The Old Testament is still vivid in my mind. And his friendly and kind approach was often a blessing to a struggling student.
I am very sorry for your loss. May the Lord comfort each one of you at this difficult time

My memories of Alf are from Nordiska Bibelinstitutet, where I was a student 1972-1975. Besides remembering his interesting teaching of the Old Testament and The Person of God, it is his kind and friendly approach that stand out. And his lovely family.
A few years ago my husband David and I were able to get together with Anne and Alf in Detroit. So special.
My memories of Alf are dear and precious.
Kerstin Keller, née Svensson

Alf was a great man and a mentor to me as a new teacher.