Allen Ernest Woychuk


WOYCHUK, Allen Ernest

Allen Woychuk, 72, passed away suddenly in Edmonton on September 28, 2013. Al is survived by Lillian (wife of 35 years), daughter Connie (Jason) Blackburn, son Randy (Lisa) Woychuk, four grandchildren: Wyatt, Ramona, Alyssa, Samantha; brother David Woychuk and sister Iris Stinson. Predeceased by parents Katherine and Nick Woychuk, and brother Harold. Al was born and raised on a farm near Willingdon, AB. He proudly served as a member of the Edmonton Police Service for 33 years and in retirement spent countless hours as a security volunteer for many city events. Most recently, he was a dedicated “Angel Driver” for seniors (SSCAS). A sports enthusiast, Al enjoyed playing and coaching both hockey and baseball, even until the end. Al loved his grandchildren, music, gardening, and he loved the Lord. We will miss his quick wit and sense of humour.
Funeral service on Tuesday Oct. 8 at 11:00am at Southside Pentecostal Assembly (2821-109 St., Edmonton). Viewing at 10:00am prior to service. Burial at Rosehill Cemetery.
Donations may be made to the Canadian Blood Services where he was a longtime blood donor. Condolences may be left at

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So sad to hear of Al’s passing, he was my deceased husbands best friend. May he rest in peace. Ramona Puchalsky

Mitchell Stinson

I was so sorry to hear of Uncle Al’s passing and especially sorry that I was unable to make it to the funeral service. I always enjoyed his laughter and wry sense of humour. He helped me adjust to a new city when I moved to Edmonton to attend university. Lean on each other during this difficult period and remember the good times just a little bit more.

Mitchell Stinson

Bill Spinks

Lillian and the Woychuk family. My sincere condolences to you and your entire family with the loss of Al. He was a big part of all many great successes we have had at the EPS. We will miss him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Superintendent Bill Spinks

Sharon Lake

This past June Al gave me a call to ask how I was doing after knee surgery. He was sorry he didn’t get to see my son Troy when he was here for his grandmother’s 100th birthday.
Troy spent many happy hours playing with Randy at the Woychuk house. So much so that Al called him Troychuk!
May God grant your family peace as you grieve the loss of Al, your loved one.

Sharon Lake

Cheryl Martens Family

Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts… For the Lord comforts his people and will have compassion on his afflicted ones.(Isaiah 49:13)

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