OBITUARY

Alexander Kowalski

16 January , 193230 June , 2019
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ALEX KOWALSKI January 16, 1932 – June 30, 2019

Alex Kowalski died peacefully following a brief illness on Sunday, June 30th, 2019 at the Pinawa Hospital. Alex is survived by his wife Audrey, his sister Elsie, his sons Dale (Maureen), Allan (Sandi), Glenn (Susan), his extended family Crystal (Mike) and Tara (Paul), his grandchildren Billie (Rob), Candace (Jeremy) Crystal (Corey), Megan, Sarah, Reid, Dylan, Megan, Kaylan, Emily, Ella, Amy and Lucas, great grandchildren Braden, Haley, Camryn and Reese. The service will be held at 2:00 PM on Monday. July 8th, 2019 at Green Acres Funeral Home, Highway 1 East at Navin Road. A reception will follow. Donations may be made to the Cancer Society in memory of Alex Kowalski.

Services

  • Memorial Service Monday, 8 July , 2019

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Darrell Skarban

10 July 2019

The Skarban family would like to offer their condolences to Dale, Glen and Allen and their families in the loss of their father. Mom (Elsie), Debbie and I have fond memories of your dad and his visits to Edmonton with his interesting stories of his travels. Condolences also to Audrey and all of Alex's other family members as well.

Leslie Kowalski

5 July 2019

Have many fond memories of Uncle Alec during my younger years in Manitoba. Sincere condolences to Audrey and all the family members.

Rose (MARIE) Barnett

4 July 2019

My deepest condolences to wife, sons and familys. Uncle Alex will be greatly missed.
We may not have seen each other over the years (due to living a long distance apart) however you all were in my thoughts and heart. Over the years I've kept in touch on how you were all doing through my Dad and Aunt Elsie.
The one memory I would like to share with you was when I looked after the boys one summer and Uncle Alex would take me for a ride in his semi. Every time we stopped at a traffic light I was sure we had driven over the car in front of us as I could not see it. I know he wanted to laugh at me but held it back so as not to embarrasse me.

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