Alexander Woronchuk

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It is with much sadness that the family shares the passing away of Alex Woronchuk, beloved husband of Dolores Woronchuk (deceased). Alex passed away suddenly in his Maple Ridge apartment. He was predeceased by his parents, Nicholas and Olga (nee Huculak) Woronchuk; his sister, Victoria Filipchuk; brother, Eugene Woronchuk; and sister, Nadia Irwin. Alex was soft spoken and gentle. Once engaged, however, he was lots of fun, liked to have a good time, and exhibited a great depth of wisdom, probably enhanced by his many years of experience as a Bar Tender. Born in Garland, Manitoba, on March 28, 1929, he worked in Prince Albert for a short while and then moved to Maple Ridge, B.C., where he met and married his second wife, Dolores, who passed away six years ago. While speaking often to my uncle I always teased him that he should find an 19 year old girlfriend. He would fire back at me, “What would I do with her?” And I replied, “She would cook and look after you.” Needless to say, he did not listen! Alex will be missed by his family and friends. He chose to be cremated, at the Garden Hill Cremation and Funeral Chapel in Maple Ridge, British Columbia. Arrangements are being made to send his ashes to the Haig Cemetery in Garland, Manitoba, where he will rest with his parents. Love you always, Nieces Florence Buchowski & Virginia Wierbicki as well as family and friends. Cherished memories never fade because as long as there is a memory they’ll live on in our hearts.
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Alexander Woronchuk

1929 - 2005

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