Bert Telder

My sincere thanks to Ken Anholt for passing on the sad news that Bert Telder passed away on September 4th 2016. Bert was a maintenance technician for the CBC in Edmonton.

Ken remembers Bert began employment with CBC radio in the old MacDonald hotel in 1961. He later transferred to CBXT and became a maintenance technician primarily servicing film cameras.  Then in the 70’s he came back to CBX as the maintenance supervisor of the radio studios. He was present and instrumental in the construction of the first automated Master Radio control room in CBC’s 75th street studios. This facility was completed just prior to the Commonwealth Games in 1978. Bert retired in 1991 after 30 years with the corporation.

Jim MacVicar September 16, 2016


TELDER, Lambertus (Bert) Pieter

With sadness we announce the passing of our father on September 4, 2016 at the age of 88. Bert is survived by his wife Eppie, their four children: Peter (Karen), Bert (Lynn), John (Stacy), Grace (Mark), plus their grandchildren, great grandchildren his sister Elsa (Ab) and the rest of his extended family. Respecting Bert’s wishes, no funeral service will be held. The family would like to thank the doctors and staff at the CCI, Homecare, Grey Nuns and the Palliative Unit 9Y at the General for their excellent care.

Published in The Edmonton Journal from Sept. 16 to Sept. 17, 2016

Guest Book

So sad to hear of Bert’s passing, but also glad to have had the visit with Bert and Eppie before the summer. It was great to revisit the years of working together. Our thoughts are with Eppie and Family at this time.

Jack Tyler, Sturgeon County, Alberta

I remember Bert from my days at CBC radio. He was someone who could always put a smile on your face. 88 years. That’s amazing My condolences to Bert’s family.

Cheryl Croucher, Edmonton, Alberta

I started with The Corp close to the same time as Bert. He was always a cheery fellow who knew what he was doing

Laurie Mills, now it’s Calgary., Alberta

Very sorry to hear about Bert’s passing.
Abused and cranky and creaky film cameras came back to life under his meticulous care.
He was an true artist and a beautiful guy.

Bud Stanton, Sherwood Park

My condolence and prayers on the passing of Bert.

I have many fond memories of Bert during my time with the CBC.

Bruce Cowen, Edmonton, Alberta

We remember our 55 years of association together both as friends and work-mates.
Your work was always exemplary and our
friendship will be cherished.

Kenneth Anholt, Edmonton

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