23 julio , 192926 enero , 2021

Born in Poland in 1929 an only child, the family immigrated to Canada in 1930, when Joe was nine months old. In 1933 they moved to Edmonton, where Joe completed his public school education and university. In 1949 he and Joyce Holm were married and in October 2020, they celebrated their seventy-first anniversary. Joe was a Junior High school teacher for two years in Seba Beach, Alberta, then moved to the Edmonton Public School Board as a Junior high school teacher, vice-principal and principal of several Elementary Schools, over his thirty–five year career in education. He retired in 1985 and with Joyce purchased a winter home in Yuma, Arizona, USA. They made their permanent home in the Summer Village of Gull Lake until February 2020, when they took up residence in Summerwood Retirement Village of Sherwood Park. He leaves his wife, Joyce, daughter, Susan-Jane (Walter) Sudyk of Sherwood Park, sons, Richard of Argenta, British Columbia, Michael (Adrienne) Kischuk of Fort Saskatchewan, granddaughters, Laura Probst (Derek) of Sherwood Park, Sarah Downing (Tim) of Calgary, Elizabeth Kischuk of Fort Saskatchewan; and great-granddaughters, Rachel and Rebecca Downing. He will be missed.


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John Fuller

16 febrero , 2021

Mr. Kischuk was above all my favourite teacher through my education especially Elementary/Junior high School. I fact I still have a picture taken at Crestwood school with his class outside one of the Portables where he taught us how to Curl using ice filled TIN cans as "rocks". Years, Later in life, when I started up MY career with Edmonton Public Schools in Admin. I met up with Joe just as he was thinking of retiring. I will always have this and other memories of this wonderful man. JACK Joe R.I.P.

Ron Tainton

15 febrero , 2021

Dear Joyce. Our family are greatly saddened learning of Joes passing. We had some great times together from 1953 to 1967 when we went to Whitehorse and then transferred to Vancouver. Joe was the best story and joke teller that we have ever known.
Our most sincere sympathies to you and to your children and grandchildren. I have enclosed a picture of us taken in 2005 when we last saw you two. Love to you and family. Ron Tainton, Debra Nakaska & Gordon Tainton

Laurie Anfindsen

15 febrero , 2021

We are so sad to hear of Joe's passing, out thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
Many memories of spending time at the lake together, learning how to fish, with the fish hooks landing where they were not meant to be.
Big Hugs to the family.
Len Treeter & Laurie Anfindsen & family

Todd Eistetter

14 febrero , 2021

Hello Mike...I am very sorry to hear of your father's passing. This is not easy at the best of times and with limited opportunity for family and friends to gather, it becomes more challenging. I wish the best to you and your family.


Heather Scott

13 febrero , 2021

I was saddened to read about Joe’s passing. He will be missed, not only by family and loved ones , but by so many others who have come to know him over the years. I have fond memories of the times spent at Gull Lake in his presence. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time.