Marian Ambrozuk , 63 years young, of Edmonton, Alberta Canada, raised in Jawor and born in Radun Poland, peacefully passed away on Wednesday April 27, 2022 surrounded by his closest loved ones after a difficult battle with Cancer.

Marian was born on September 11, 1958 to Jan Ambrozuk and Antonina Ambrozuk. He grew up with humble beginnings in a small town to a father and mother that encouraged him to look outside his reality and chase a dream beyond the restrictions of boarders.

With a humble heart, a hunger for fashion, and an eye to for detail, Marian joined the military in Poland as a Tailor serving his country ensuring his front line colleagues were the best dressed in the world. After his tenure in the military, Marian along with the family created together with his loving wife Lucyna decided to move 7500 kilometers from Jawor, Poland to Edmonton, Canada with the dream of providing a better life for their children. His life has been fruitful in Canada with deep locally rooted foot prints for his descendants to follow in.

Marian was predeceased by his father Jan Ambrozuk, survived by his mother Antonia Ambrozuk, brother Jozef Ambrozuk (& family), Sister Anna Perelka (& family), Wife Lucyna Ambrozuk, children of Violetta and Adrian Ambrozuk, daughter in law Natalie Ambrozuk, grandchildren of Malina and Romeo Ambrozuk, and his fur family of Yoshi and Brody.

A PRAYER SERVICE, for Marian Ambrozuk will be held at the Serenity Funeral home (10129 Princess Elizabeth Avenue NW Edmonton, AB) on Sunday May 1st, 2022 at 3:00 Pm.

The FUNERAL SERVICE, for Marian Ambrozuk will be held at Holy Rosary Parish (11485 106 Street Edmonton, AB) on May 2nd, 2022 at 12:00 Pm noon.

From the FUNERAL SERVICE, the procession will continue to Holy Cross Cemetery (14611 Mark Messier Trail) for a traditional burial at 1:00 Pm

Serenity Funeral Service
North Central Chapel

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Nadine Smith

Marion was such a happy person never seen him without a smile. Classy, without doubt. Sociable, to everyone he ever encountered.
I still laugh at the story he told about the squirrel that had made a home in his shed. This squirrel ran across his exterior wall and would look down on him laughing at Marion. He told it with expressions of the squirrel’s face. His hands up in the air like the squirrels hanging on to the stucco of his wall. This alone would make us laugh. Marion rest in peace, you were very much respected and loved.
Nadine Smith

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