OBITUARY

Nicholas Denisko

28 December, 19282 April, 2021

With deep sadness we announce the passing of Nicholas Denisko, born in Zbuzu, Ukraine, oldest son of the late Modest & Lena Denisko.

He arrived with parents & family to Canada July 1939 originally settling Alberta, later Niagara. At 14, he helped support the family, working in Northern Ontario Logging Industry. He served in Air Force several years (Halifax) where he met Delia. He was the original outdoorsman, riveting his audience with amazing moose stories.

Brothers John, Mike, & Andrew, dear wife Delia all predecease Nick.

Nick is survived by son Stephen, brother Bill, sisters Euphemia, Nancy, Olga, Anne, sisters-in-law Esther & Leona. Nick is lovingly remembered by many nieces, nephews and friends across Canada.

His happiest moments were spent with grandchildren, Alexander & Danielle.

Arrangements entrusted to Hulse & English Funeral(St Catharines). Respecting his plan, cremation will occur. A Memorial is planned for summer.

The family thanks Garden City Manor for their care and compassion during Nick’s stay. They are special people.

  • FAMILY

  • Delia Denisko, Wife (deceased)

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George Nayanookeesic

10 April 2021

My condolences to the family, I worked with Nick years ago in Northern Ontario in a logging operation for Abitibi company
We were both employed as foreman. Nick was such a great person to be with. I had many good times with him. His moose hunting stories were a price. He walked through the Bush like a bull moose. Very strong man back in the days. Sad we lost touch all these years. Great man. Lots of good memories. Rest In Peace my friend
God bless
George

ROB LIVINGSTONE

8 April 2021

Know Steve that you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We couldn't ask for nicer neighbors to have when you lived on Hodder Avenue in Thunder Bay. We will always cherish great memories of your father. You can take comfort and strength from the wonderful parents you were so lucky to have.

Our prayers are with you and your family during this time.


Rob + Wendy Livingstone

Helen Tymoshuk

8 April 2021

My Sincere Condolences to the family of Nick Denisko.

Klaus Ohlhoff

8 April 2021

The Ohlhoff family—Linda, Hermann, Klaus, and Gina—living next door to the Deniskos on Hodder Avenue in the sixties, will always remember Nick’s booming voice and smiling face, together with Delia’s polite and gentle manner. Steve: you and your parents were wonderful neighbours and we will always remember your Mom and Dad with great fondness. May they Rest In Peace, and their memory always be for blessing! God bless you and the rest of the grieving family.
(Yes, we can imagine Nick and my dad Hermann sharing moose-hunting stories, there in “the Happy Hunting Grounds” of eternity.)

Suzanne Markou

7 April 2021

Rest in Peace Uncle Nick.
Will miss your stories and your company in the garden.
You and Aunt Delia will remain in our hearts forever. ❤️❤️❤️

Steve Denisko

7 April 2021

Steve Denisko

7 April 2021

Steve Denisko

7 April 2021

Steve Denisko

7 April 2021

Steve Denisko

7 April 2021

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