Acadia McKague's Funeral Centre

915 Acadia Drive, Saskatoon, SK


Julie Bertha Dmytrowich

June 20, 1929August 8, 2019

With heavy hearts we announce the passing of our beloved mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister, aunt, and friend Julie Dmytrowich on August 8th 2019 at the age of 90 years. A Funeral Service will be held Tuesday August 13th 2019 at 1:00 p.m. at Acadia McKague’s Funeral Centre, 915 Acadia Drive Saskatoon. Interment will follow next to her loving husband Nick in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens Cemetery. We wish to thank the staff of St. Paul’s Hospital 5th Med & City Hospital 6200, for their compassion and kindness.


  • Funeral Service Tuesday, August 13, 2019


Julie Bertha Dmytrowich

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Tanis Gentle

August 12, 2019

Rachelle’s Grandma is remembered by me as a strong lady, full of life and zest. She was feisty too, and very loved. I know how loved she was by Rachelle and her family throughout the past several years and having experienced some family hardships with them. I wish I could be there and am wishing you all much love and Godspeed, and above all to Grandma Julie. May your soul rest in wondeful places we cannot see from here on earth, may you be reunited with your loved ones, and if you can, look after mine for me too. Please say “hi” to Donnie from me... Much love from Tanis x

Garry & Sylvia Johnston

August 12, 2019

Hello Audrey and Debbie. We are very sorry to hear of your moms passing. She was quite the lady. She looked so good when we saw her at Jerry's funeral and it was enjoyable to speak with her then. She was a part of many of our lives, as we made the Cozy Corner a bit of a hangout. She didn't put up with too much foolishness, but we always felt welcome. I will never forget the morning when I was in the there and the bread delivery had just arrived. The driver was getting a toast and coffee before moving on. Julie tossed a plate of very wrinkled toast in front of him and said, "that's they way you deliver it, that's the way you get it."

She always had time for a word and that word was always delivered in a kind and no nonsense way. Memories are now what we are left with. Today will bring you many.

Sorry that we are unable to be there to share more of them.
Garry & Sylvia Johnston.

Loretta E Duquette

August 11, 2019

Deepest sympathy to Auntie Julie's Family. Though our words can do little we hope our thoughts and prayers will support you during this difficult time.
My last phone call to your Mom was on her birthday this June. She didn 't want to talk about her health issues but was worried about Pat Nightingale . In our conversation she aslo revealed that she recited her rosary every day. She appears to have kept her Faith to her last days. We will have a Mass said for her here in Williams Lake. Take care of each other the way your Mom would want you to do. Big hug to all of you & your families.

Your cousin,
Loretta & Adolphe Duquette