With both sorrow and thanksgiving, the family of Lester Kryvenchuk announce his
passing on December 30th 2022 at the age of 87. They will mourn their loss while
rejoicing in the reunion of Les with his beloved wife, Ruth. Those that will forever
cherish his memory are his children; Ken (Teresa), Kirk (Paul), Kerry-Lynne, and
Kevin (Roxane); his grandchildren, Jonathan (Molly) and Meghan; his sister,
Jeanette Haskins; his niece, Avery (Jordy) Ryhorchuk; and Ruth’s four nieces,
Anita, Rose, Shirley, and Eleanor. Countless friends and strangers were touched
by his life, and they will also miss his ministering spirit and gentle ways.

Les led a life devoted to serving God and his fellow man. From the least of them
to the greatest, Les lifted them up and affirmed their worth as equals and beloved
children of God. Blessed of God, he blessed many. While we shall mourn for a
season, we offer a prayer of gratitude for this man and his life. “Well done, thou
good and faithful servant.”

A remembrance of life will be celebrated on Saturday, January 7th 2023 at
Northgate Baptist Church (13208 95 Street) at 1:00 PM. Donations to honour Les
may be made to Hope Mission, Northgate Baptist Church, or a charity of one’s








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Gerry Dorn

I first met Les when I was just a boy during the sixties when Les worked with my father as a plumber. Once I became an adult, I got the privilege of working alongside Les as his Plumber’s Helper. I have so many fond memories of time spent with Les while on the job together. Les affectionately referred to me as “Kid”. Then many years later, when Les learned of my career change to overseas ministry, Les became an avid prayer partner who often wrote to encourage my wife and I in our work. Over the past dozen years of my living back in Alberta, I had the opportunity to visit Les from time to time. Each visit was one of good fellowship, hearty prayer, and laughter as brother’s in Christ. I will miss my buddy Les and the joy he brought to my life, but I know I will see him again when my turn comes to “graduate” to the next “job site.”

May God our Father comfort all you family members as you mourn the passing of your dad / uncle / friend.

Gerry Dorn

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