Details on a public state memorial for former lieutenant governor Norman Kwong have been released.
It will be held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o’clock at the First Alliance Church at Deerfoot and 130th Avenue S.E. Public seating will be on a first-come-first seated basis.
The service will be also be livestreamed on the Norman Kwong memorial page.
Calgarians are still being invited to sign a book of condolence, Monday to Friday at McDougall Centre. The book will be available to sign until Sept. 16th.
The 86 year old died in his sleep over the weekend.
Kwong served as Lt. Gov. of Alberta from 2005, until 2010.
Before he was Lt. Gov. , Kwong was best known for his time with the Calgary Stampeders. He was just 18 when the team won the Grey Cup. He was also the first Chinese Canadian to play in the CFL.