Leonard Allen Zoltenko

July 28, 1936June 25, 2019

It is with great sadness that the family of Leonard Allen Zoltenko announces his passing on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 after a short battle with cancer.

Len will be greatly missed by his wife of 57 years, Grace Zoltenko (Borys), daughter Charlene, daughter Gail (John), son Jamie (Karen) and his cherished granddaughters, Grace and Reese. Leonard is also survived by his sister Dorothy Hawrysh, and several nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was predeceased by his parents William and Nettie.

Len was born in Winnipeg, MB. He moved to Alberta in 1958 where he met his wife Grace. They married in 1962. The Service will be held on July 1, 2019, 10:00 am. St. Mary’s Russian Greek Orthodox Church, 25436 Hwy 19, Leduc County (Hwy 19 between Nisku and Devon).

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to either the Stollery Children’s Hospital or the Alberta Cancer Foundation.


  • John Wright, Pallbearer
  • Kevin Wasiluk, Pallbearer
  • Laura Thomas, Pallbearer
  • Stephen Thomas, Pallbearer
  • Taylor Wasiluk, Pallbearer
  • David Wasiluk, Pallbearer

  • Stollery Children's Hospital
  • Alberta Cancer Foundation


  • Funeral Service Monday, July 1, 2019
  • Graveside Service Monday, July 1, 2019


Leonard Allen Zoltenko

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Wayne Hawrysh

June 29, 2019

Our Uncle Leonard will Always Be Remembered as a Most Loving and Caring Man, who Opened His Heart to Our Family in So Many Ways! It would take Days for me to Express how much Gratitude and Thankfulness Our Uncle and His Most Loving Family have been part of the Hawrysh Family's Lives!
With Sadness, Deep Respect, Tons of Love and Many Smiling Memories, We Send Our Condolences !!!
Dorothy, Wayne, Christopher, Nicole(Brandon), Wes, Lori-Anne(Gord) and Carol-Lynne and Margaret

Alison and Terry Cooke

June 29, 2019

Our very sincere condolences on Len's passing.
Hockey was a big part of Len's life as it was ours.
Alison and Terry Cooke and family

Brian Jalmarson

June 28, 2019

-It was with shock and sadness that we learned of my Cousin Len's short illness and passing on June 25th.
-Len and I grew up in Winnipeg through our childhood and teenage years, enjoying summers at Grand Beach on Lake Winnipeg and many week-ends at Len's Dad ( Uncle Bill), family farm in Old Kildonan (now part of Winnipeg). Through our teenage years we continued to be close . -Len owned a 1936 Ford (complete with rumble seat), which we pushed more than rode in, but a lot fun just the same. It seemed to be our destiny, that when Len left Winnipeg for Edmonton , I followed with my family some years later, where we got to know and spend time with : Grace, Charlene, Gail and Jamie. It was our good fortune to have spent five wonderful years in Alberta with our families.
-We will miss you Len, may you now rest in peace.
-Love and cherished memories to your loving family.
Brian and Joan Jalmarson and family
Richmond, BC