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Gary Adamchuk

Gary Adamchuk

Tuesday, August 18th, 1942 Tuesday, June 23rd, 2020

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Obituary for Gary Steven Paul Adamchuk

Gary Steven Paul Adamchuk, finished his journey on Tuesday, June 23rd. Predeceased by his parents Steve and Olive and his wife , Florence Ruth, he leaves to remember him, his three sons Dylan, Garett (Nikki), Jordan and grandson Wesley Adamchuk, his sisters Sharon (Scott) Johnston and Debbie Adamchuk (Tony Karspinsky), his aunt Gladys Lyzun, his mother-in-law Tillie Drewlo, his sister-in law Donna Ottenson (Bert) and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Gary was born on August 18th, 1942 and grew up in the west end of Winnipeg. He attended Daniel McIntyre High School, University of Winnipeg and finally the University of Ottawa where he achieved his Master’s of Applied Criminology.
Gary found employment at Weston’s Bakery and the Canadian National Railway during his educational years and eventually made his career with the Government of Manitoba in Probation Services. Gary had the ability to connect on a personal level with his clientele and was involved in the initiation of numerous new programs within Probation.
In 1973 Gary and Flo were married and embarked on 41 years of building a life together with their three sons in Windsor park. This included Friday night movie nights, yearly camping trips to Falcon Lake, and many memories at the family property in Stead.
Gary’s happiest times were with his boys and he took great pleasure in being with them and spending time together. We are so grateful he got to know his first grandson and enjoy the first year of Wesley’s life.
Music was an integral part of Gary’s life; if he did not have music playing, he was singing a song to himself, often creating his own lyrics to well known tunes. For many years, Gary’s New Year’s Day Tradition was taping the top 100 hits of the past year.
Gary’s congenial personality, accepting demeanor and sense of humour led to lifelong connections with all those he met through the years.

We would like to thank the staff and Dr.Finnlayson at Seven Oaks General Hospital, fifth floor Unit 1 for the care they provided our dad.

Due to COVID 19 restrictions, a graveside service will be held on Friday July 3rd @ 1:30p.m. at St Johns Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery, 96135 Stead Rd. Pastor Jeremy Langer officiating. You are welcome to bring a lawn chair.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Society of Manitoba, 10-120 Donald Street Wpg, MB R3C 4G2, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, 930 Winakwa Rd Wpg MB, R2J 1E7 or St John’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church, Stead MB, R0E 1Z0.

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brian moir

I worked with, and laughed with, Gary in probation services. He attended our retired group and always had a cheerful demeanor for our group. He was a unique guy and will be missed. Condolences to the family and friends. Brian Moir
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Sandy Lafontaine

Dylan, Jordan and Garrett I am very sorry to hear about your dad's passing. I think you boys were his pride and joy and I know you were very good in return to him when he needed you. I'm sorry for your loss my sincese condolences.
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Darren Bishop

Gary was a frequent visitor here at the Winakwa community club and was involved in our high steppers program. Even once he stopped regularly attending the group he always stopped in to say hi to us and share a story. What a kind man. We will miss him and his visits. Rest easy Gary.
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