Morris Panteluk

April 3, 1932 - October 14, 2022
October 19, 2022 23 Condolences Print Obituary

On October 14, 2022 Morris Panteluk passed away peacefully at the age of 90.

Morris is survived by Helen, his wife of 68 years, daughter Sherri (Rick), grandchildren Jolene and Ryan as well as numerous extended family members and close friends.

Morris will be laid to rest at St. Michael's Cemetery and a private Celebration of his life will take place at a later date.

A special thank you to Dr. Noella Lee-Pong, Judd with Home Care (Alberta Health Services), Ray Koska, The North Edmonton Breakfast Club and the staff at the Sturgeon Community Hospital for the excellent care given to Morris.

  1. I was sooo sorry to hear of Morris passing. He was very much loved by his family and friends. He was a kind man, soft spoken and treated all of us the same with his kindness. And his sense of humour was fantastic. Morris will be dearly missed by so many of us. God bless Morris on his journey to be with his Lord. Condolences to Helen, Sherri,Rick, Jolene and Ryan.

  2. So sorry for you and your family’s loss. Glenn and Mona

  3. Oh no, was not expecting to hear this for years to come. My sincere condolences to Helen and her family. As was mentioned at Morris’s retirement; salt of the earth, this man was. Proud husband, father and grandfather, and for me, GREAT FRIEND. 🥺

  4. We are very saddened to learn of Morris’s passing.
    I was fortunate enough to work in the same ATCO facility as Morris for several years. His kind nature brought a much needed equilibrium to an otherwise chaotic atmosphere.
    His even tempered demeanour, humour and old school mentorship subtly made a positive difference to a lot of people. He will be missed.

  5. Deepest Condolences to you all. I had the pleasure of curling with and against Morris for many years with the ATCO curling league and we were actually fondly reminiscing about his corn broom this past Tuesday, sharing his “video” with some new curlers. Very sad to hear this news but will treasure the memories, as I hope your memories comfort you.

  6. Rest in peace my friend,it was a pleasure working with you as well as curling on your Atco team! Till meet again!

  7. My condolences to the Panteluk family. Morris well respected and a role model to many.

  8. Condolences to the family. I remember Morris as a kind and gentle person. The memories I have with him at the curling clubs is something I still talk about.

  9. I always hesitate to open the bereavement notice when I get them, but this one really hit home. Morris was a great guy, who had family and work values that everyone respected and admired. From myself and my family I would like to extend all of our condolences to your family as Morris will truly be missed

  10. My condolences to the Panteluk Family.

  11. Sorry to hear about Morris’s passing, my condolences to Helen, Sherry, Rick and family. Morris was a well known in the North Edmonton community. Rest In Peace.

  12. My deepest sympathy. Morris was a joy to be around.

  13. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you
    Love Barb and Larry Solowoniuk

  14. I am so sorry to hear of Morris’ passing and our condolences to family and friends. I had the honour and pleasure to work with Morris for a number of years at ATCO. Morris was always a conscientious and hard worker, and was good at keeping the young fellas in check. Morris always was a proud family man and was an excellent role model for those who had the pleasure to know him. Condolences to the family and Morris will always remain with us in good memories.

  15. Morris you were a great person making any place fun, including bringing in many laughs at work with ATCO. You brought a very positive spirit and it helped it flow to many others at work for many years.. Deep condolences to the whole family, Morris was was a strong man with a beautiful heart was always very proud of his family.
    Rest in peace Morris!

  16. Our deepest sympathy go out to you Helen and family on the passing of Morris. Our prayers and thoughts are of you and the family.
    Nick and Helen Stefaniuk

  17. My condolences to the Panteluk family. I remember Morris as a kind and caring man. My thoughts and prayers to all.

  18. Very sad news – I will always remember his jolly nature and kindness, especially to my mom. My condolences to the Panteluk family.

  19. My condolences to Helen, Sherri, Rick and family. Proud to say I knew Morris my whole life of 56 years. He and Helen were close friends to my parents as I grew up. Morris and Helen were always so good to my wife Kimberly and all our children. We will miss him and may he rest in peace, a great man and a great friend to so many people.

  20. Dear Helen, Sherri, Rick, Jolene and Ryan,
    We are so sad to hear that Morris has passed away. We have many fond memories of Sunday brunch and special dinners at Highlands together, along with our fun times counting money at church. We smile when we think about his passion for curling and football.
    He was a long time friend of our family and we are sending hugs, thoughts and prayers to all of you.
    Love,
    Carol and John Pawlenchuk

  21. Mourn with those who mourn. We do not need a commandment to be sad at this time for ourselves and for the survivors of the Panteluk family. Morris is now patiently waiting for his friends in Jesus to join him. He was a light at Highlands United Church even among so many cheerful souls. You can read chapter 13 of St. Paul’s second letter to the Church at Corinth or you could hang out with the Morris Panteluks of this world and by chance that stuff would rub off on you. Laughter is the best medicine thank God Morris was born with this mortar and pestle in his hands.

  22. My condolences to Helen and family. Will cherish the memories of the many times Morris and Helen picked me up and drove me home from Highlands United Church. Miss those times together.

  23. Helen I just heard today of Morris’s passing and I was so sad to hear this.
    I loved his happy smiling face that always beamed toward us in the choir loft on Sundays. I also loved his stories of working up North and what a handsome young man he was. He proudly showed some of his pictures of his youth working up there. I know you will miss him with all your heart and, we too will miss his cheerful, happy face in the congregation.
    Please know our prayers are with you at this sad time. I hope we can see you back in church when you are able.

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