December 22, 1925 – March 21, 2020
Ann Iluk died on March 21, 2020 in Kipling Integrated Health Centre, Kipling, Saskatchewan at the age of 94. A private family graveside service has taken place.
Ann was predeceased by her husband Peter in 2000, sisters: Nora Lukey and Vicky Wiwchar, brothers-in-law; Mike Lukey and Orast Wiwchar.
She is survived by her loving children: Iris (Norman) King, Terry Iluk (Jodi Hawken), Patricia Ledarney (Ron Fidler) and Kathy Iluk, grandchildren; Rhett (Kim) Ledarney, Nolan (Joanna) Ledarney, Steven (Cathy) King, Randy (Trang) King, Jayson (Tasha) King and Troy King, great-grandchildren: Juniper, Hazel, Sage, Jacob, Wyatt, Katelyn, Julie, Rachel, Megan and Bryce, brother Mike (Marie) Waselyshen, nieces and nephews.
Ann was born in Canora, Saskatchewan on December 22, 1925 to Bill and Mary Waselyshen. In 1944 Ann married Peter Iluk in the Canora Ukrainian Orthodox Church. In 1946 along with Peter’s parents they moved to Glenavon, Saskatchewan and started farming on the Barker farm. Peter and Ann had four children Iris, Terry, Patricia and Kathy. In 1968 Peter and Ann along with their son Terry started their dairy farm. Peter and Ann were very active members of St. Michael’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Candiac, Saskatchewan since 1948. Ann was also secretary of the ladies organization for many years.
Arrangements in care of Tubman Cremation and Funeral Services 1-800-667-8962
- A private graveside service
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April 8, 2020
So sad to hear of Ann's passing. She was a lovely person and always so hospitable when we visited to fix the satellite dish(many moons ago). When she came into the Pat and Ron's cafe in Glenavon, we always had a nice visit. Later when she was in the Kipling long term care home and I came to visit Shirley, I always enjoyed her fashion sense with her matching jewels, along with her beautiful red lipstick smile. She was always impeccably put together! It was her pleasant conversation that had the most impact on me...Ann will always be remembered and loved.
Violet Anaka (Bain)
March 29, 2020
Aunty Anne would have me over to help her out in the house or the garden. I can’t remember but Iris must’ve been working away from home. I remember peeling potatoes for her and she would always watch over me to make sure I wasn’t peeling them too thick. My brothers, my sister and myself loved her very much. Even when I was a little older, whenever I would see her on the farm she would show me her collection of her beautiful dolls. We will all miss you Aunty Anne ... rest in peace and say hi to Uncle Pete and mom ❤️❤️
March 29, 2020
Iris, Terry. Pat, Kathy and families
I was saddened to hear of your Mom's passing. She was a wonderful lady that will be missed by all who knew her. I remember the many visits we had at the farm. Also the stories of "Jughead" our cat and his visits to the dairy barn.
Sincere condolences to everyone. She will be missed. RIP Ann.
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