Howard Blake Ruskevich
Howard Blake Ruskevich, age 63, of Edmonton Alberta, passed away unexpectedly on October 24th, 2015.
Howard was born February 28, 1952 to the parents of Evelyn Pearl Ruskevich and Gilbert Blake Cummings who preceded him in death. Also preceding him in death his sister, Gertrude Rose Vosper and brother, Robert James Fidler.
He is survived by his daughter Brandy Ruskevich, grandson Jacob Skarsen, sister Elsie Olsen and brother Percy Fidler.
2:00pm Saturday, November 7, 2015
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530 116 Street Edmonton, AB
All are welcome to attend.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Canadian Diabetes Association.
My condolence goes out the the family and his daughter Brandy and grandson miss you Howie
R.I.P Howie you were an amazing person you will be truly missed and loves thinking of you forever and always <3
Condolences to all who have loved and cared for you Uncle Howard. May you be at peace and may the creator guide and care for you in the afterlife. ?
Rest comfortably Howie.You will be missed,already are.
We are truly saddened to hear of Howie’s passing. We remember how great of a bowler he was. We hope you find comfort in knowing that you are being thought of during this difficult time. Take care!
You sure will be missed Howie! You made such an impression on me and were so sweet! Our talks meant the world to me! ❤️
Howard was a good friend and co-worker I never realized that he was ill when last i saw him three months ago.
I was so sorry to hear of Howards passing. I worked with Howard for many years and loved his friendly and helpful disposition. Howard was so excited when he became a Daddy. I can still see that ear to ear grin when he introduced Brandy to us all. I can just imagine how thrilled he was to become a Grandpa. Howard you will be missed by so many. My deepest condolences go out to his sister Elsie ( remembering how often he spoke of you and how many time he would drive to Winnipeg or bring you to Edmonton for a holiday ) and of course to Brandy and Jacob, Howard loved you to the “moon and back”. Find piece in knowing what a wonderful person Howard was and the wonderful memories he left in the hearts of many. Coronation Street looses a real fan. Howard, you were a very special and kind soul. You will be greatly missed, Rest in Piece.
I will truly miss Uncle Howie. We used talk once a month. He sure loved his sister & looked out for her. They would get together every year & auntie would get so excited about going to Edmonton. He’s probably bowling right now!
So sorry to hear of Howie passing , I worked at the Delta Lanes Bowling Alley & Greyhound Bus Depot in Portage during the 1970’s and saw him daily , He was one of the best bowlers in his league , and he loved his pepperoni , mushroom & bacon pizza after the game. It always stood out for me how he and his mom were so close , something special there. Great memories of a great guy. Kindest thoughts to all his family at this time.
OMG I just saw this. Howie was my best friends since we were young. I Worked with him at Delta Lanes also and went to Edmonton with him to work at greyhound. Our families have known each other b4 either one of us were born. I bowled with Howie for many many years in Portage and Winnipeg and other spots in Canada and the US. Him and I used to go down to Fargo atleast 5 times a year to pick up more bowling balls lol. He was my best friend for many years and I will miss him greatly. RIP Howie