Andrew V. Antoniuk

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Antoniuk, Andrew

Andy spent 88 years of life inspiring others. He succumbed to cancer on June 6, 2015; his spirit and influence lives on in the many people he touched. Andy will be forever missed by his wife Marge (nee Yanchuk), the love of his life for over 62 years. He leaves his children: Darrel (Diane), Wendy (Walter Pavlic), Gary (Pam Sherrington) and Trudy (Tony Groeneveld), his grandchildren: David (Robin), Danielle (Kyle Elter), Nicole (Jeff Reinbolt), Anastasia, Stephen, Matthew, Benjamin, Katelyn, and Alex; Great grandchildren: Kendra, Maiya and Audriana. He is survived by his brother David (Liz), sister Marilyn, sister-in-laws: Elaine and Lora. Andy is also survived by the Yanchuk inlaws: Bill (Olga), Julian (Helen), Liz (Dave), Rose (Ken), Lois, Veronica (Ken), Beverly, Ronny, Gloria (Lyle) and June (Gerry). He also leaves Aunts Chris and Tillie and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was predeceased by his parents, Nick and Anastasia “Olga”, brothers Stephen and John; niece Joyce; inlaws: Mary and Adam, Ed and Adele, Mike and Ann, Adolph and Emily, Ron French, Bonnie and nephew Les.

A celebration of Andy’s life will be held at 1:00 on Monday, June 15, 2015 at: Mirage Banquet Hall, Suite 360, 8170 50 Street, Edmonton, AB

In lieu of flowers donations to: Alberta Cancer Foundation (Prostate Research) Unit 700, 10123 99 Street, Edmonton, AB T5J 3H1

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Andrea

On behalf of the Endowment Council of the Canadian First World War Internment Recognition Fund we would like to provide our deepest sympathy for Andrew’s family. Memory Eternal!

Barry Rinas

“Dear Mrs Antoniuk and Family

I was with a heavy heart to hear of the passing of Mr. Antoniuk. He was many things to many people but they all had a common thread woven through out the fabric of Life and that was his generosity that he had shown. Such are the Memories that have been instilled in my being in my younger years of growing up and developing our friendships with Darrel, Wendy, Gary and Trudy.

Both Lorraine and I ask our Heavenly Father above to Lift up your Family during this time of Celebration of “Andy” and may you be Blessed in the Days to come with Our Father’s Comfort and Peace… Now and Ever…

Barry and Lorraine Rinas

Connie Samycia

Dear Mrs. Antoniuk and Family,

† We were terribly saddened to hear the news of Mr. Antoniuk’s passing. I remember Mr. Antoniuk having such a bright and spirited presence, and you both were always so welcoming and thoughtful when Doug, my brother, and I would come over to play with Gary and Trudy as we grew up together in Ottewell. Phyllis & Robert Rinas, my parents, send also their condolences and have so many fond memories of Andy and yourself.

Our hearts are filled with sympathy for you and know that he is now resting with God in peace and joy. We pray God will embrace you and be gracious with His blessings and one day, give you the strength to rise up and celebrate his life in the way he always knew you would.

With our love and prayers,

Connie & Daryl Samycia (nee Rinas)

John Bannister

Marge and Family,
My deepest and most sincere sympathy to all of you on your loss. I am sorry I cannot be with you this afternoon but my thoughts and prayers will be with you.

Andy,
Thanks for all the help and understanding you gave me whilst working on issues at SEESA. Your input was and will continue to be most valuable.

Rest in Peace my friend.
John Bannister

Morley and Deb

Dear Auntie Marge and Family,
Please accept our condolences in the passing of your beloved husband, dad, gido and great-gido. He was a very kind man and will be missed.
Sincerely,
Morley, Deb and Christopher

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