Lena W Ostashek
1 October , 1912 – 15 May , 2018
Early in the morning of Tuesday, May 15, 2018, Matushka Lena Ostashek of Lamont, Alberta peacefully passed away.
She will be forever remembered by her sons Nick, Mel (Regina), Bob (Pat); daughter Olga Hunka; her loving grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great great-grandchildren. She was predeceased by her loving husband Very Reverend William Ostashek; grandsons Darryl and Donald; daughter-in-law Lydia; son-in-law Dick Hunka; parents Wasyl and Raifta Ungurian and her siblings.
A Prayer Service will be held at Hainstock’s Funeral Home & Crematorium, 9810-34 Avenue NW, Edmonton, Alberta on Sunday, May 20, 2018 at 6:00 pm. Divine Liturgy and Funeral Service at St. Michael’s Russo Orthodox Church, Sachava (3 miles south of Andrew) on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 10:00 am. Interment to follow at Holy Ascension Russo Orthodox Church Cemetery, Wasel, Alberta.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Alberta Heart and Stroke Foundation or to a charity of donor’s choice.
- Terry Ostashek , Active Pallbearer
- Danny Hunka, Active Pallbearer
- Nick Ungeran , Active Pallbearer
- Andy Ungeran, Active Pallbearer
- Deryck Ostashek, Active Pallbearer
- Billy Ostashek, Active Pallbearer
- Heart & Stroke Foundation
10:00 am - 11:30 am
St. Michael's Russo Orthodox Church
11:45 am - 12:00 pm
Holy Ascencion Russo Orthodox Cemetery
- Prayer Service Sunday, 20 May , 2018
Lena W Ostashek
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Alexandra (Sandy) Merrell (nee Ostashek)
18 May 2018
I can only imagine all the changes that happened during your long life. 105 is amazing!
I have a few memories of visits to the farm: the basement kitchen, watching you churn butter and great time spent playing with cousins.
Our thoughts are with your family during this difficult time. You will be missed.
Anne Davidson (nee Ostashek)
17 May 2018
Farewell, Auntie Lena. What a wonderful long life you lived. Although it has been many years
since I saw you, I still have a few memories of being at the farm when I was young: the big barn, my Baba's small house across from yours and Uncle Bill's, chasing my cousins around your house and endless tables of delicious Ukrainian food at family gatherings. Then there was the chicken slaughtering - a trauma of sorts for my young eyes! Never forgot the first time I witnessed that. Rest in peace.
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