STRONSKI, Tyrone “Ty”

It is with the deepest sense of sorrow and loss, our family sadly announces the sudden passing of our beloved son, father, grandfather, and great-grandfather Tyrone William Stronski on May 29, 2020 at the age of 69 years after a brief battle with cancer.

“Ty” will forever be lovingly remembered by his mother, Lena, children Dawn (Shaun), Terina, Chris (Crystal), grandson Jared and great-granddaughter Serenity, as well as so many cherished family members and friends. Not to be forgotten, his tail-wagging best bud and companion, Spencer.

He is predeceased by his loving father William (1999) and his beloved granddaughter Danielle (2018).

Celebration of Life service will be held when such services permit us to all be together, family will provide details once they are made available.

Cremation will take place after a private family viewing on Wednesday June 3, 2020.

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Wally Romanuck

My deepest condolences to the family.
Ty and I go back to the 1960’s and have been in touch ever since. From Saskatchewan to Ontario to Alberta, we always met when we could.
I will miss you my friend, Rest In Peace.

Darlene Doblee

I’m very sorry to hear of Tyrone’s passing. My father Peter and Ty’s father Bill were brothers and our families spent much time together when we lived in Elfros and Wadena. In the 1970’s when I lived in Edmonton Ty & I would meet for lunch & visits. There was never a dull moment with Tyrone in the room.
My condolences to you all, he was very proud of his family.
Take care
Darlene Doblee (Stronski) cousin


I’ll definitely have “baa-loo” times missing you Ty. My heart bleeds for Dawn, Shaun, Jared and Serenity; Terina; and Chris and Crystal. You leave behind a beautiful legacy!

Lorne & Cheryl Gendron

Always a smile, always an okay, always my right hand man. It was a pleasure working with you and later stopping for a visit when you just appeared. A great man and a great friend. Our condolences to all who loved him.

Dawn Worobets

Daddy, the first man I loved, my best bud, my rock, and sometimes the biggest pain in my butt. You will never, ever not be so dearly loved and so painfully missed. I keep wondering why you’re not calling, why you aren’t texting me to tell me it’s snack time or nap time… this is never going to be easy.
I will love you more than air for as long as I breathe. Please take care of Danielle for me, you are both our dearest angels now and forever.
I love you more than words and tears can ever, EVER say.
Until we meet again….
Shine bright like a diamond, Daddy

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