Kevin Raymond Pisiak
It is with sadness that the family of Kevin Raymond Pisiak, of Moose Jaw, share the news of his passing on Aug 12, 2021.
Kevin was born September 28th, 1961 in Swift Current. Kevin lived his life his way and with full force. Whatever he did was with passion; motocross, sledding, lake activities, in the gun range, in business, in construction work, in bodybuilding, in teaching and in friendships.
His recent years of sobriety were one of his major life achievements and he mentored others to take the same path. He was quick to show his pride of his son and daughter whom he deeply treasured. He will be remembered for always lending a helping hand to whoever needed it, no matter the time of day.
Kevin was predeceased by his father, Emil; mother, Helen; and brother, Doug.
Kevin will be greatly missed and lovingly remembered by his son, Mitch (Amanda McNabb), and daughter, Calla (Mike Purdy), brother Lane, sister Anita (Murray Jaster), sister-in-law Barb, as well as aunts, uncles, cousins, nephews and one niece, along with great nieces & nephews. A small, private Family Service will be held on Aug 17th, 2021. Plans will be made for a Celebration of Life at a later date. (Date, location & time will be shared). In lieu of flowers, donations in Kevin’s name may be made to be made to the South Saskatchewan Wildlife Association, 276 Home Street East Moose Jaw SK Canada S6H 4N8.
The family urges anyone struggling with their mental health to reach out to friends or loved ones and to not suffer in silence.
Arrangements are entrusted to Moose Jaw Funeral Home, 268 Mulberry Lane. Michelle Ellis, Funeral Director 306-693-4550
Sorry to hear this. Kevin and I had some interesting adventures in his days in the motosport business. Been out of touch with him for 20 years. Gone too soon. Condolences to his kids and family
So sorry to hear of Kevin’s passing. Kevin and I went to school together at the Comp. A good man who will be missed for sure. Condolences to you all at this difficult time. Rest in peace Kevin.
I am so sorry to hear about Kevin’s passing. I remember his blown Vega “Shakey’s machine” years ago and being in the Karb Kings. Talking about sobriety with Kevin and reminiscing on the party days is something I will always remember. Rest In Peace my friend. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Saddened to hear of Kevin’s passing. My condolences to his family. Rest in peace Kevin.
Always had an adventure when Kevin was around! Our condolences to his family! Gone to soon!
My deepest condolences to Kevin’s loved ones. His infectious laugh and mischievous eyes are what I remember of Kevin, from his teen years. May he be at peace and his family find comfort in the memories they hold dear.
our condolences to Anita and family on the loss of your brother.
Rest in peace Kevin. I will miss our friendly chats in the hallways between classes; always made the day better.
Mark and I were both sad to hear this. We have both known Kevin for years and he was very good to both of us. We send love and hugs to all of his family and friends who will very much miss him. We hope he is resting easy now. Love Mark Darrow and Mona Patterson.
Ben and I are very sorry to hear of Kevin’s passing. He was a wonderful neighbor, always willing to help out and offer a tool from his garage. He was extremely talented man who will be missed by many.
I had Kevin as an instructor at SIAST in Moose Jaw two of my four years of carpentry schooling. Kevin had a strong presence that demanded respect, as well as a great sense of humor that would keep things light. He certainly made an impact on me and helped make trade school some of my fondest memories. My condolences to his family and friends.