Passed away on October 4, 2020

The family of Thomas Lewko would like to announce the passing of their husband, dad, and Dido on October 4, 2020, at the age of 93 years.

Tom will be remembered as a jovial man. Young-at-heart, he overflowed with optimism and boundless energy. He was able to light up a room and fill the space with kindness, laughter and fun. His love of people was reflected in his strong commitment to family, church and community.

Tom will be greatly missed by Stella, his wife of 69 years, daughter Elaine (Greg) Boughen; son Ken Lewko; grandsons Dan (Dayna) Boughen, and Steve (Danielle) Boughen; great-grandchildren Ella, Jack and Reece; several nieces, nephews and many friends.

Tom is predeceased by parents Thomas and Helena Lewko, sisters Hap Fries, Tiny Sereda and brothers Bill and John Lewko.

A private celebration of Tom’s life was held on Thursday, October 15, at St. Augustine’s- Parkland Anglican Church. Special thanks to the wonderful, compassionate staff at Westview Continuing Care Hospice.

If friends desire, donations may be made in Tom’s memory to:

Light Up Your Life Society 4405 South Park Drive Stony Plain, AB T7Z 2M7


  • Celebration of Life

    Thursday, October 15, 2020



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Kathy Griffiths

October 16, 2020

Sending our sincere sympathy to the Lewko family. He and Stella were very good friends of my Mother,Grace, and Dexter Champion in Hinton . And as members of the Anglican Church I grew up knowing the family. Tom's smile and kindness is something we will always remember. Our prayers are with you.

Margaret Asquith

October 13, 2020

What a special man Tom was! He and Stella lit up the church , with their presence in the front pew.
I also played golf with Tom, when he belonged to the Westside Seniors Club. He was a keen golfer, and played into his nineties, and delighted us with his skill and "fun" approach to the game.
Peace be with you Tom, and deepest condolences to Stella.

James Johnson

October 11, 2020

Tom. “BROTHER “ in Freemasonary Tom worked with some of us remodelling the Meridian Lodge. Was a Happy man & joy to you be around. Worked with-in Lodge as a Mentor for many years. I know the Great Architect of the universe will welcome him home!Tom will be missed !!

Dan Rooks Jr

October 10, 2020

Sincerest condolences to the Lewko family.
Mr. Lewko was a family friend, Wolf Cub leader, and all around good guy in my world growing up.
Biggest enthusiastc smile around.
Tom will be missed.
Dan Rooks jr

Sandra Hamilton

October 10, 2020

I remember Tom Lewko from my days growing up in Hinton. My memories are of his kindness, his sense of humour, and his great smile. My condolences to all who loved him.

Kevin Morley

October 10, 2020

I remember Tom as a very kind and thought man. Mom and Dad lived in the same complex. My mom past away in 2015. After l left the hospital and went to moms. When l got there Tom was there at the house waiting for me. He stayed with me until the rest of the family got there.

Kelly D

October 10, 2020

I had the pleasure of meeting Tom through Homecare. He was always so upbeat, fun, and kind no matter the day, nor the circumstances. He was one of my favourite people to visit. Tom, you were a great man from the short time I was able to be in your presence. I’ll miss your sense of humour, your laughter and how particular you were with everything! ❤️

Audrey Kyfiuk

October 9, 2020

Tom was the most caring and wonderful man. I have fond memories of him at Auggies Cafe and how kind he and Stella were to me when I had surgeries. Deepest sympathy to Stella and the family in the loss of a wonderful man. He lived, loved and left a legacy for all that had the honor of knowing such a wonderful man. Memories are a treasure.

Alec &carole Fedynak

October 9, 2020

We have known Tom and Stella for over 65 years when our
Friendship started.Tom was one best friends you could ever have.

Carole and Alec Fedynak.


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