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Theodore "Ted" Kenneth Buelow

April 14, 1945 ~ March 14, 2024 (age 78) 78 Years Old

Theodore "Ted" Buelow Obituary

Theodore Kenneth “Ted” Buelow, passed away peacefully on March 14, 2024, with family by his side.

He is lovingly remembered by his wife of 55 years, Linda; children, Terry (Karen) Buelow, Maryann (Rollin) Sutley, Bob (Heather) Buelow; grandchildren Cole (Danica) Sutley, Kelsey Wocknitz, Graydon (Kali) Peters, Tanner Buelow, Kendra (Dale) Sutley, Amdelyn Buelow, Hadley Buelow; great-grandchildren Nash and Ava Wocknitz, Beau Peters; brothers and sisters-in-law Wilfred (Marlene) Buelow, Clifford (Becky) Buelow, Wayne (Holly) Buelow; aunt Edna (Jim) Felt; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Ted was pre-deceased by his parents Walter and Mary Buelow; infant brother Phillip;  sister-in-law Louise Buelow; nephew Dan Buelow; and numerous aunts, uncles, and friends.

He was born on April 14, 1945, in Lacombe, Alberta and was the second born son to Walter and Mary Buelow. In 1968, he married Linda Lindemann, the love of his life. Together they started their family, son Terry born in 1969, daughter Maryann, born  in 1972, and son Bob, born in 1980. Ted had two dreams when he was a boy; he wanted to be a farmer and he wanted to be a cowboy. He was happy he got to do both. He went from hooking  up his very own team of goats, to breaking horses once he was lucky to get one  of his own.  For many years to follow, he raised registered Quarter Horses. He would then continue to work a variety of jobs in the western agriculture way of  life at various feedlots, from Camrose to Hardisty. He always said he learned a lot  in these years which would lead him to his next dream, where he ran a successful purebred suffolk sheep operation alongside his wife and family, just a few miles south of Bashaw. He often referred to this as the “Moving On” farm, as the old Eaton home they purchased was moved there from quite a few miles away.  The old hip roof barn was also moved on from a neighboring farm, skidded through the fields in winter.

One particular characteristic about Ted was his love for anything John Deere, if it was green or yellow, you bet he had it. As much as he loved John Deere, he was  a true family man who loved his family more than anything. He would always say, “family is the most important thing you could have.” He was a man who never hesitated to boast his pride and love for his family. Ted was a great man who will be missed by many, as he touched so many lives around him.

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Funeral Service
March 26, 2024

1:00 PM
Bashaw Community Centre
5020-52 Street
Bashaw, Alberta T0B 0H0


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