OBITUARY

Frank Grant Statchuk

April 12, 1931February 10, 2021

Frank Statchuk passed away peacefully on February 10, 2021.

Frank was born in Saskatchewan in 1930 or 1931, although his exact date of birth was never quite known. Being the 14th of 15 siblings, they lost track! He was even born an uncle.

He was a devoted husband, married 68 years to Helen, who passed away just three months ago. Dedicated father to Ross (Pauline), Craig (Tara) and Marie (Ed). Admired grandfather to Paul (Tenley), Chris (Claudia), Will, Alex and Jack. Proud great-grandfather of Grayson and Sloane.

Frank enjoyed a lifelong love affair with golf, shooting his age nearly every time he played in recent years. He was also an excellent hockey and baseball player. The ultimate handyman, he enjoyed fixing anything mechanical (including jewellery) while listening to Country and Western music.

Both Helen and Frank will be greatly missed by all who knew them and their lifelong love story.

Services are delayed until Covid restrictions are lifted.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.giffenmackscarborough.com for the STATCHUK family.

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Fred Howitt

February 27, 2021

My condolences in the passing of Frank. I met & worked with him at Alex Irvine Motors in the early 70s as an apprentice mechanic. I learned a lot from him & specialized as a Trimmer in the trade just like he was. The last time I saw him was as Bob Johnson Motors just before he retired. I followed him home a few times to drop of 1 of his many fixer upper cars then drive him back to the shop. Also, sorry for the loss of your mother who I only met once at the house.
Fred

Lisa McCabe

February 19, 2021

Craig, Tara and family -- I am so sorry for the loss of your father. Please take care -- I know it has been a difficult year for you.

Lisa McCabe, Lahave, Nova Scotia

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