Morley Peter Osadchuk

April 10, 2020 3 Condolences Print Obituary

On April 7th, 2020, Morley Osadchuk, of Edmonton, passed away at the age of 72 after the recent deterioration of his health.

He is lovingly remembered by his wife of 44 years, Heinke, his children: Dana, Tara (Andrew), Hayley and, his granddaughters Keira and Zoe. Morley is also survived by his sisters Diane, Shirley, Adeline, brother Gene (Maureen) and many cousins, nephews, nieces and dear sisters in law. Morley was predeceased by his parents George and Helen, brothers, David and Melvin, and sister Sonia.

Morley was born in Lamont, Alberta on his family’s farm but moved to Edmonton in his youth. He worked for 41 years at Ronald’s/Quebecor Printing, retiring in 2008. He was a ‘Jack of All Trades’ a wood worker, mechanic, plumber, electrician, cook, vintner, farmer, gardener and painter; he liked to fix things, he liked to fix them well. He loved astrology, camping, mushroom picking, anything that meant going on an adventure, including his outings to Superstore! Morley was one of a kind, loving, dedicated, sometimes fiery and impatient. Aunty Lena would say, a good boy.

Over the last few years his health had ups and downs and, in the end, he was tired and went out how he wanted, when he wanted. He was made of tough stuff and we all loved and respected him, it has broken our hearts to say goodbye.

A private family gathering will be held at a later date so, for now, we say, dasvidaniya comrades.

  1. You will be miss uncle
    Love you
    Love carrie

  2. Weep Not For Me
    By an Unknown Author

    Weep not for me though I have gone
    Into that gentle night
    Grieve if you will, but not for long
    Upon my soul’s sweet flight

    I am at peace, my soul’s at rest
    There is no need for tears
    For with your love I was so blessed
    For all those many years

    There is no pain, I suffer not
    The fear is now all gone
    Put now these things out of your thoughts
    In your memory I live on

    Remember not my fight for breath
    Remember not the strife
    Please do not dwell upon my death
    But celebrate my life

    In deep sorrow and loving memory, from your (step) sister-in-law Ute and husband Daryoush, in Portugal/UK

  3. We are so very sorryto hear of the passing of a very good friend and coworker. We had shared very happy times in the passed at our social club events at Ronalds Printing. He was my teacher,and friend .
    He will be loved and missed. Good memories of our friend Morely will be in our hearts forevermore. Good by old friendship.

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