Allan N. Yurko

November 30, 2018 8 Condolences Print Obituary

1946-2018

The family wishes to announce with great sorrow the passing of Allan Yurko of Fork Lake, AB. (Formally of Harry Hill, AB.) On November 24, 2018 at the age of 72 years, he lost his battle to cancer. He fought hard and remained strong to the end.

He leaves to mourn his wife Linda, son Chad, grandsons Justin, Tyler, and Ethan, great grandsons Ashton and Hunter, brother Ted(Sylvia), nieces Charlene, Theresa, Laura, Marcie and nephew Dean.

Predeceased by daughter Chantel, father John, mother Annie, sister Shirley and nephew Brian.

Celebration of Life
Saturday December 8, 2018 at 10:00 am
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530 116 Street, Edmonton AB

Inurnment to follow at Evergreen Memorial Gardens.

Memorial Donations can be made to the Cross Cancer Institute 11560 University Ave. NW. Edmonton, AB. T6G 1Z2

  1. Condolences Linda and families

    May time heal your sorrow
    May friends ease your pain
    May peace replace your
    Heartache
    And warm memories remain

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with Linda and family……he was a great man and will be missed by many……he was the best fish fryer at the lake……Wade/Deb/Jeff

  3. So Sorry for your loss of your loved one. May his memory be eternal. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

  4. Linda,family Our love and prayers go out to you.I really thought A Al had won this.We will miss Al a lot as he was such a good person, instant smile,making coffee Before you could sit down,.Never forget the night he cooked plgme wieners.The side pork was awesome and we still like doing it that way best.Lots of good memories from trail rides,Life isn’t always fair and that’s how we feel about leaving us.May he now rest in peace no pain in
    The hands of God.With our sympathy,love Tom,Darlyne Dabbs

  5. We were so sorry to hear of Al’passing.Fork Lake has lost another one of it’s Hereos.Al was always so kind,helpful and giving of his time. Whether it was to lay down a carpet, fight fires or plow the beach he was always there. May he rest in Peace.
    With Sympathy, June,Janet & Cassie Croutze

  6. Alan will be missed by family and friends. I had the privilege of working with him in the hospital during his illness. A sense of humour and kindness came through.Condolences to Linda, Charlene and family.

  7. So sorry to hear about Al. He is not suffering anymore. My mom had ALS and I now how hard it was to watch them go threw that much pain and unable to do anything about it. Ben & I where in Orlando for 3 weeks and just got back Thursday and where unable to attend the funeral. Please take care of yourself and enjoy your grand kids as they do grow up to fast. Al will be missed but never forgotten especially at the lake when we drive by the lot. Take care. Always in our memory

  8. Dear Linda,

    So sorry to read about your loss off both Chantel and Allan. I have thought of you and Allan a lot over the years, and wish we had not lost touch with one another. I remember Allan as being lots of fun.

    If you would like to reconnect, please contact brother Jim in Beaumont.

    Love,

    Theresa

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