A graveside service was held on September 22, 2012 at the Riverview Cemetery
Robert was born on January 9, 1974 in Kamsack,SK. to Fred and Tannis Strukoff, and entered eternal rest on September 4, 2012 at the age of 38 years in Dauphin,MB.
Robert was predeceased by his loving parents Fred and Tannis, a brother David in infancy, his grandparents John and Elsie Popoff and Alex and Anastasia Strukoff, an Uncle Samuel and a cousin Kathryn.
He is survived by his brothers, Fred Jr. of Armstrong BC; his brother Wayne (Gail) of Kamsack, SK; his sister Lisa (John) Rhodes of Vancouver, WA; nieces Alicia (Jared) Kleisinger of Regina, SK and Anna of Vancouver, WA; nephews Josh of Calgary, AB; Evan of Vancouver, WA and Daniel of Ontario; great nephew, Lennon of Regina, SK; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.
It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Adolph Zarowny on Monday, September 3, 2012 at the age of 76 years at Kamsack Hospital.
A funeral service was held on September 7,2012 from the chapel of Andrychuk Funeral Home.
Interment followed at the Greenwood Cemetery, west of Pelly.
Adolph was born April 7, 1936 at his parents’ home in the Arran, SK district. He began his education at Evadale School and finished high school at Arran, SK. Adolph then went to work in the tobacco farms in Ontario for a while then moved back to work for Sask Power for a number of years.
It was at this time he met the love of his life, Violet Kowch. They were married July 14, 1961 and began farming. While farming, Adolph drove a school bus, then decided to get his welding ticket and went to work in Tuktoyuktuk, NWT for Imperial Oil.
With his wife and farming in his heart, he decided to stop working up North, stay home, farm, and raise a family. Later, Adolph wanted to supplement the farm. He built his own portable saw mill and did numerous custom sawmilling jobs, as well as custom combine. With his health failing, Adolph and Violet moved to Pelly and continued farming.
Adolph’s greatest passions were hunting, fishing, camping and telling his life’s experiences to his grandchildren.
Adolph is survived by his loving wife, Violet (Kowch) of 51 years; children, Raymond (Colleen), Tia-Cherise and Rayelle; Bernadette Twerdoclib (Robin), Brittany, Clayton, Brennan and Kelsey; Cameron (Shelley); Landon, Drake, Tanner, Kohlman, Ryedur, grandson Hayden; Garnet (Robin); Zachary, Mackenzie; Joann Lukey (Patrick); Kent, Montana, Jenaya; brothers, Ludwig (Olga), Rudolph (Iris); sister-in-law, Bessie. There are numerous nieces, nephews and extended family members.
Adolph was predeceased by his parents Joseph and Carrie (Perepeluk), sister Nellie, brother Carl.
A graveside service was held on August 31, 2012 for Robert Pangracs at the Riverview Cemetery.
A graveside service was held on August 31, 2012 for Minnie Pangracs at the Riverview Cemetery.
Passed away on August 26,2012 at the age of 96 years at the Kamsack and District Nursing Home.
A service of remembrance was held on August 31, 2012 from the chapel of Andrychuk Funeral Home.
Interment followed at the Riverview Cemetery.
Pauline was born on Jan. 4 1916 on her family farm, south of Kamsack to Malasha & Wasil Podovinnikoff.
She received her education at Aisne school. She had to quit school before completing her education to help out her parents on the farm.
On Dec. 14, 1932 she married William Mojelski .They farmed until 1937, at which time they moved to Thrums B.C. William worked there for one year and in 1938 they returned to Saskatchewan & bought a farm and continued to farm for the next 30 years.
In 1968 William and Polly sold their farm and retired to the Town ofKamsack. Polly resided there until July 2003 when her health no longer permitted, at which time she moved into a nursing home.
Polly was a member of Kamsack Senior centre for many years. She loved playing bingos & cards. She was very active member in her younger years.
She also loved gardening; and could grow all kinds of vegetables. She raised raspberry plants, and when the time came she would pick the raspberries so that she could sell small containers, to people who enjoyed to eating them.
She was an active member with the Kamsack flower club, and enjoyed tending to her many flowers. She was proud of the many prizes she won for her garden-grown flowers and vegetables.
Polly also was a great curler; taking up the sport upon moving to Kamsack. Her team has won many games and received nice prizes. Polly curled till 1994, when her health would not permit her to continue.
Polly also did a great deal of handy craft when she was able and had the time.
She leaves many cherished memories of being a good mother, grandmother & great grandmother.We love and miss you very much.
She leaves to mourn her daughter Mary (Dan) ofCalgaryAlberta
As well as many grandchildren and great- grandchildren
Polly was pre deceased by her husband .William on May 19 1983. Her only son George Nov. 16 2000; Brother John May 3 1987, Brother Pete 1989. Brother George Dec 2 2004; her mother Malasha in 1978 and father Wasil in 1933, as well as an infant brother.
If friends so desire, donations in Pauline’s memory may be made to the Kamsack and District Nursing Home Auxiliary.
A graveside service was held for Pauline Herauf on August 10, 2012 at the Riverview Cemetery.
TYSOWSKI, Rose: Funeral service for Rose Elizabeth Tysowski, 92 of Kamsack, who died Wednesday, August 1, 2012 at the Kamsack and District Nursing Home, was held August 7, 2012 at the Westminster United Church, Kamsack with Gwen Reilkoff, Layperson, Officiating. Burial followed at Kamsack Riverview Cemetery with Andrychuk Funeral Home in care of arrangements.
Born July 20, 1920 in the Mikado District to Josef and Anastia (Klutz) Sopkow, she attended Franko School. The youngest of eight siblings, she married a veteran of the Second World War.
She married Albert J Tysowski, in Canora on Jan 10, 1946. They took up residence in Kamsack where Albert operated a general insurance agency and where the couple raised there five sons. Most of the summer months were spent with the family at Madge Lake and in later years they spent part of many winters vacationing in the Phoenix Arizarea. Rose was an active member of the Kamsack branch of the Royal Canadian Legion Auxiliary, The order of the eastern star and the United Church choir. She enjoyed card games with family members and friends and in the winter time she pursued interests such as cross- country – skiing and curling.
Predeceased by her father in 1942, her mother in 1972 and siblings Frank in 1966, Mike in 1980, Lena in 1982, Ann in 1986, Nellie in 1987, Emily in 1990 and Paul in 2004, and granddaughter in law Lynda(Dale) in 2012, she is survived by her husband of 66 years, Albert, and their sons and their families: Gary of Alaska and daughter Amanda of Washington; Dale and sons Jeff and Kevin, ,and great grandchildren Alizabeth and Troy, all of Saskatoon; Brian and Shirley of Riondel, B.C.; Bruce and Lillian of Kamsack and Robbie of Victoria, and Ricky and Megan, both of Regina; and Craig of Kamsack and daughters Rachelle and Scarlette.
Those wishing to make a monetary donation can do so by directing the desired amount to the Kamsack and District nursing home auxiliary.
Passed away at the age of 47 years at Cote First Nation on July 13, 2012.
A traditional wake was held on Tuesday, July 17, 2012 from the Cote First Nation Band Hall.
A traditional funeral service was held on Wednesday, July 18,2012 also from the Cote First Nation Band Hall.
Interment followed at the New Cote First Nation Cemetery.
A special thank you to Leon for taking care of John James for the family.
He leaves to cherish many fond memories: His aunty, Harriet Foye of Saskatoon; Brothers, Philip Quewezance of Keeseekoose, Donald Langan of Cote, Richard Langan of Cote, Murphy Genaille of Cote, Louis (Vanessa) Genaille of Cote, Lawrence (Smallbee) and Janice Genaille of Cote, Bobbi Cote of Cote; Sisters, Grace Keepness of Pasqua, Wanda Sawitsky of Blaine Lake, Lorraine (Norman) Papequash of Cote, Emeline Slopiak of Cote; Special nieces, Ashley (Joseph) Straightnose of Regina;
Raven Quewezance of Regina; Melissa Langan of Cote, Barb Fisher of Saskatoon; Special Grandchildren Lilyanna Quewezance of KK; Kaesee Keshane of Regina; Daughter, Donnie Ty of Cote;
Best friend, Leon Severight of Cote; Wife, Cheryl Quewezance of Regina; There are many more nieces, nephews, grandchildren, family and friends.
He was predeceased by: Parents, Johnny and Grace Quewezance, Pete and Lorna Genaille; Grandparents, Malcolm and Rose Tourangeau, Rose Shingoose, Bryce Tourangeau, Malcolm Tourangeau, Alice Shingoose, George Tourangeau; Brothers, Joseph (Bumpy) Quewezance, Wayne Quewezance; Nephews, Lionel Keepness, Billy Joe Quewezance; Grandsons, Desmond Straightnose, Wayne (Slap) Badger.
With great sadness, the family announces the passing of Wayne Albert Wapach at his residence on July 10, 2012 at the age of 49 years.
A traditional wake was held on Thursday, July 12, 2012 from the Keeseekoose First Nation Band Hall.
A traditional funeral service was held on Friday, July 13, 2012 also from the Keeseekoose First Nation Band Hall.
Interment followed at the Keeseekoose First Nation Traditional Cemetery.
Wayne was born on May 11, 1963 in Kamsack, Saskatchewan. He attended St. Philip’s School and the Lebret Residential School.
Following his education, he worked in Calgary, Alberta doing concrete contracting and landscaping He then moved back home to be a counsellor for Keeseekoose for 12 years. From 1999 to 2011 his main portfolio was housing, and he was always there for his people. Wayne would save his last dollar if it would help.
Wayne participated in many organizations, and served as Leader of the Keeseekoose First Nation and was a member of the Yorkton Tribal Council Housing Commission.
Wayne was well known for his dedicated hard work and love for his family.
On September 27, 2008, Wayne was united in marriage to Ashley Gott in Kamsack.
Wayne was predeceased by his mother Josephine Wapach; his father Cyril Simpson Quewezance; his brothers Peter, Daryl, Kenny and Calvin; his sisters Linda, Lorna, Carrie Wapach, Sylvia Kakakaway; his step-father Roy Kitty.
He leaves to cherish many fond memories, his wife Ashley Wapach; sons Nathan Wapach of Vancouver, BC, Mathew Wapach of Saskatoon, SK, Kaylem Wapach of Kamloops, BC, Landen and Collin Wapach of Keeseekoose; daughters Breanna Wapach of Kamloops, BC, Connie Wapach of Kamloops, BC, Chasity Keshane (Wapach) of Keeseekoose (also known as “His Brown Girl in the Rain”); brothers Jarvis (Amanda) Wapach of Keeseekoose, Bobby Quewezance of Keeseekoose, Mike Quewezance of Keeseekoose; twin sister Wanda Wapach of Melville, SK; sisters Deanna Badger (Clayton) of Cote, Saraphine Straightnose of Keeseekoose, Mavis Kakakaway of Yorkton, Linda Quewezance of Cote, Emily Schalopiak of Cote; mother-in-law Verna Gott; uncle Leonard Wapach. There are numerous nieces, nephews and grandchildren.