Metro Syniak

6 August , 193215 November , 2018

It is with great sadness and much love we say goodbye to a wonderful husband, loving father, grandfather & great grandfather. Metro was born in Andrew, AB; raised in Smoky Lake & North Edmonton & lived most of his life in the rural area near Warburg.

Metro will be greatly missed by his loving wife of 60 years, Wilma, daughters Terri & Sandi, sons Gene (Lan), Dean (Allison); and grandchildren Curtis (Justina), Nickie (Brandon), Samantha, Hayley, Matthew, Amy, Creedence, Jordan & Draven; great grandchildren Rhett, Piper, Axel, Amoura & Horus; two sisters Jenny Jenson, Lily Fewchuk; aunt Helen Skoreiko & many nieces, nephews & dear friends.

Predeceased by parents Alex & Annie; brothers John & William; sisters Helen, Katie & Mary.

A memorial for family & friends was held on Wednesday, November 21, 2018 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Hainstock & Son Funeral Chapel, Leduc.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Leduc Food Bank.


  • Leduc Food Bank


  • Memorial Wednesday, 21 November , 2018

Metro Syniak

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Sheldon Bokowski

25 November 2018

We just heard about your loss and have since been thinking of some of the laughs and goofy times of days gone by. We get so busy in our lives that taking time to reflect seems almost a chore, yet it's so necessary and even beneficial. Metro will be missed by many, though his heart and soul live on in all who are grieving. May God's gentle grace bless you all during the days, weeks and years ahead.

manon schamuhn

24 November 2018

Dean and family,
I am so sorry for the passing of your dad. Keep all the wonderful memories close to your heart, and remember that you will see him again on the other side. Love and prayers to you and your family during this difficult time.

God Bless,

Lori Isberg

20 November 2018

My heart and deepest sympathies goes out to The Syniak family. Metro was one of a kind and I’ll always remember when he insisted I be included in the family meetings because he considered me as family. I shall toast his memory with a bit of “mouthwash” as he liked to say.