Michael Yaschuk, aged 92 years of Moose Jaw, SK., passed away at Providence Place on Sunday, July 19th, 2020. Michael was predeceased by his parents, John and Francis; sister, Helen and brothers, Nik and Frank. He will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 67 years, Margaret; daughters, Karen (Gerry) Tollifson and their children: Kasia (Jeff) with daughter Esther; Karlee and her son Theo; and Casey. Janice Yaschuk (Darryl Holt) and her children: Megan (Robert) and their children, Wyatt, Griffin and Glasslyn; Kristopher (Zen) and their son, Zachary; Dylan (Morgan); Tess (Chris) and their children, Londynn and Jada. Michael worked at Cushing Millwork for 43 years before retiring to spend more time with his family. A Private Family gathering will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Michael’s name may be made to Timothy Eaton Gardens c/o Moose Jaw & District Senior Citizens Assoc. 101 – 510 Main St. N. Moose Jaw, SK S6H 3K3.
“Ladies at Edgar Hall, he’s winking at you”
Arrangements are entrusted to Moose Jaw Funeral Home, 268 Mulberry Lane. Michelle Ellis, Funeral Director 306-693-4550
Marg and Family; We were so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. We send our deepest sympathy to you during this very difficult time.
Marge and family we are so sorry to hear of your loving husband ,and father Mike passing away our deepest condolences to you all praying for you
Marg, my deepest sympathies on the passing of Mike. Both of you were a big part of my time as Administrator at the Senior Centre: your positive attitudes and energy that led to lots of smiles and endless support for the success of our events. I wish you and your family peace and strength. Take care.
Funny how a person forgets his past then there it is back in your thoughts. I meet your dad one summer when I was a student who was hired for the summer at the mill on Manitoba st . He was a mentor he took an interest in me which was very much appreciated I was a boy working in a mans world. He was a very nice man he could joke around but when it came to work he taught me that work comes first and play later. Sorry for your loss Greg Nicholls.
Marg sorry to hear of Mike’s passing Remember the good times and He will always be with you.
My deep condolences to you, Marg, and your family. You and Mike were the best friends and neighbours anyone could ask for, and our families go back a very long time –to the beginning! I remember wondering how Mike made all those radios work. He was a wonderful guy. Thank you both for your great memories. Marley sends her love!
Marg and Family,
I last saw Mike at the Sukanen Museum Threshing Bee last year and we met in the building with radios where we were
standing and listening to the Rider Game! We chatted and he said he Missed his friend Robin! I am sorry to hear of his
passing but know the buds are happy to see each other!
Take care and Big Hug,
Marg, our heartfelt sympathy to you and family. You are in our thoughts and prayers at such a difficult time. We always enjoyed our short visits with Mike.