Darcy Ryan Ewashko

November 17, 1980 - August 1, 2023
August 9, 2023 46 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

On Tuesday Aug 1st, 2023 Darcy Ryan Ewashko passed away at the age of 42. Darcy was born on Nov 17th, 1980 in Fort McMurray, AB.

Darcy attended school in Edmonton and has kept in touch with many of his school friends. After high school he moved to Kelowna where he attended college for Graphic Design.

In his younger years, soccer was a very important part of his extra curricular. He was an amazing artist his whole life and spent most of his working hours on graphic and web design. He had a passion for music and was well known to his friends in Kelowna and Edmonton for his DJ'ing. He had a great sense of humor and loved to laugh and make others laugh. He loved all animals, especially dogs.

Darcy is survived by his parents Connie and Peter Ewashko, his siblings: Danielle (Trevor), Salah (Paul) and Stephen (Samantha). Nephews Makai and Jack and niece Isis, as well as many extended and loving family members.

Celebration of Life
Aug 19th, 2023 at 1:00 pm
Ridgewood Community Hall
3705 Mill Woods Rd E, Edmonton, AB.

  1. We were heartbroken to hear of his passing. I’ll always remember his smile and his laugh, and the fun we cousins all had together growing up. He will always have a special place in our hearts. Our love and prayers to family and loved ones.

    • Thanks for your kind words Katherine!

  2. Prayers and so many hugs. Memories will forever be a thought away. Love you all

    • Thanks sis!!

  3. So Sorry for your loss.
    Hope to see everyone at the service.
    Dennis & Cindy

    • Thank you Dennis and Cindy!

  4. With love, heart & soul to the entire Ewashko family; we are sending you white light & strength as you help Darcy on his path to peace…

    • Thank you Wendy and Riley!

  5. Darcy was like no other, he made you feel welcome and less vulnerable. His kindness, smile and sense of humor will be greatly missed. I only knew him a short time, but that short time will last forever.

    Rest easy Darcy.

    • Thank you for your kind words.

  6. Darcy, you always made my day better when I’d see your smile. Thank you for that. Shine bright lad.

    • Thank you!

  7. So sorry for your loss.
    I remember when Darcy worked at the Olive Garden and he would always give Linda & I extra Mint Chocolates. Rest in peace Darcy!

    • Thanks for the memories Luanne.

  8. Dearest Ewashko family. Sending deepest sympathies at this difficult time for you with such a great loss of Darcy. I did know him however my thoughts and prayers are with you Stevie, so hard to lose your brother❤️🙏🏼’O God, my God! Stay not from me the gentle gales of Thy pardon and grace, and deprive me not of the wellsprings of Thine aid and favour. ‘Neath the shade of Thy protecting wings let me nestle, and cast upon me the glance of Thine all-protecting eye.’

    • Thank you for your thoughts and prayers!

  9. My thoughts and prayers are with you Connie and all your family. I am devastated you’re all going through this and please know we all care deeply.

    Lots of love and angels being sent to you along with our sincere condolences.


    • Thank you Dawn!

  10. Biggest condolences l. May he rest in peace. Wish you and your whole family strength in that tough time.

    • Thank you!

  11. My deepest sympathy to the ewashko family. Darcy was my best friend and it’s a void without him he was such a good friend and helped,befriended and cared truly for so many people on so many levels he’d never run out of stories to tell about his adventures and had such a way with words art and music. He is loved and missed.

    • Thank you.

  12. Connie, Peter & Family

    We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our hearts go out to you.

    Roger & Debbie Odland

    • Thank you!

  13. I was shocked and saddened when I saw your photo and realized you had passed away. You were a unique human being, gone too soon. May you be happy and at peace for eternity.

    My condolences to the Ewashko family.

    • Thank you.

  14. My dear friend Connie, my heart goes out to you for your family’s loss. I hope your memories give you comfort during this difficult time 💔

    • Thank you Cheryl.

  15. Our deepest condolences to the family!
    NTS Amega West

    • Thank you!

  16. Connie and family. I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I will always remember our special times in Mrs. Parry’s class and the fun and aventures we had. My best memory of Darcy is when we got to go to the baseball hat factory and we all got red and white hats with our names on them. He was a funny, smart and kind person. My parents Fiona and Jerry also send their deepest condolences. Thinking of you, Bonnie Brown

    • Thank you Bonnie, those were fun years watching your class with Mrs. Parry. Thank you for your kind words

  17. Connie and family-deepest sympathy. I have just heard your sad news and am shocked. My students tend to remain in my thoughts at the time I last taught them so I remember Darcy as the popular imaginative clever grade sixer that I had the pleasure of teaching for all six grades in the Challenge program making him and.his classmates more like family than students.May you all find comfort in the memories of this extraordinary family member.
    Sincere condolences from Ruth Powell (or ‘Mrs. Parry’ as Darcy would have known me as.)

    • Mrs Parry, thank you for your kind words. I have thought of you so many times over the years. You were very special to Darcy and our family. I often wonder where your students would be today, had you been there for the full twelve years. I also remember you saying “ don’t let Darcy get bored”. He struggled much of his adult life with drugs and alcohol. He was kind and brilliant but made some wrong choices. We miss him terribly. Your years with him were great memories that we will hold onto. Thank you.
      Connie and Peter Ewashko

  18. I’m sorry to hear about Darcy’s passing. May he rest in peace.

    My condolences to the Ewashko family.

    • Thank you!

  19. Dear Connie, I’m sorry to hear about your loss. May Darcy’s soul rest in peace.
    Hold on to the good memories, they last forever.
    Deepest sympathies.

    • Thank you!

  20. We were so very shocked and saddened to hear of Darcy’s tragic passing. We remember him as that impish little fella with the coolest hair and sweetest smile walking into Mrs Parry’s grade 1 class. What a special, magical time they all shared there for six years; their imaginations and creativity let loose by a master teacher. A time of innocence and curiosity, exploration and independent studies. Rambles in the ravine, poetry, and Shakespeare fed their developing minds and bodies. I can’t imagine your pain – to lose a child, no matter their age, is a parent’s worst nightmare. May you find peace and comfort in memories, although I know you will forever feel the ache of your loss. The service today was beautiful and simple and you could feel all the very many types of love with which Darcy was surrounded.

    • Thank you for your kind words and for attending the service.

  21. Connie and your entire family- we are so sad that Darcy died. We hope that you find comfort in many happy memories and only time will heal.
    Carmine and Dickie Bavaro

    • Thank you!

  22. Connie Peter and Family

    We are so sorry to hear of Darcy’s passing!
    I remember the camping trip we made together when the kids were all so small and the sun were had. Lee will be sad to hear this news and he loved chatting with Darcy when he was in the store picking up welding supplies.
    Keeping you all close in our hearts.

    • Thank you!

  23. I am so sorry to learn of Darcys passing. My son Cameron just informed me. He played on the same soccer team. My brain is a little foggy of years gone by so forgive me that I don’t remember everything.
    I can’t imagine losing a child. I send sincere condolences to Darcys family.

    • Thank you for your kind words, and for remembering Darcy!

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