Wayne Muhlbeier

Funeral Services will be held in the spring of 2022

Castor - Parkview Funeral Chapels and Crematorium
5117 50 St
Castor, Alberta, Canada

Obituary of Wayne Douglas Muhlbeier

Wayne Douglas Muhlbeier, 67 of Edmonton, Alberta passed away Thursday December 16, 2021, at the Edmonton General Continuing Care Centre.

A celebration of life will be held in the spring or summer of 2022.

Wayne was born in Castor AB, to Frank and Lee Muhlbeier, on July 24th, 1954. Wayne grew up on the farm near Castor, then went to NAIT after high school, and earned a certificate as an Electronic Technician, then later was a Journeyman Parts Person, working several years at Turnbull Motors. He worked in Sales, and as an Automotive parts remanufacturer, heading his department. He later worked in and around the Central Alberta, as a Journeyman Heavy-Duty Equipment Technician, until his early retirement, due to health issues.

Wayne was a Mopar fan, having collected several rare and classic musclecars.  He was constantly working on one project or another, and often spent his spare time at the family farm, fixing machinery or helping his father and brother with the harvest, seeding, and the cattle.

Although a lifelong bachelor, Wayne was very social, frequently visiting with family and friends, often visiting cousins who lived near him in the Hazeldean neighborhood, where he lived for a long time, before moving to St. Albert. He could often be found at the Red Goose restaurant, or the neighborhood pub, always talking to other patrons. 

Wayne passed away peacefully after suffering for many years from chronic kidney disease.

Wayne is survived by his siblings Robert (Marilyn) Muhlbeier, Ken Muhlbeier, Judy (Larry) Pals, Fred Muhlbeier, Carol (John) MacNeil, Brenda Gebhardt, Dianne (Patrick) Page, Darcy (Tracy Quinlan) Muhlbeier, Nieces and Nephews Greg, Roberta, Teri (Mike), Dean, Travis (Elizabeth), Ryan (Laura), Colin (Lisa), Sean, Melissa, Leanne (Matt), Christopher and Rebecca, and ten grand - nieces and nephews. He is predeceased by his father and mother, Frank and Lee Muhlbeier, brother-in law Andy Gebhardt, and nephew Jarrett Gebhardt.

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