Nick Ewaskow

November 20, 2015 10 Condolences Print Obituary

March 27, 1927 - November 19, 2015

Nick Ewaskow was the youngest of nine children along with his twin brother Bill.

Nick met his wife Lois, whom he married on April 11, 1953 at a country dance.

He was employed for 27 years at Canada Packers to support his four kids Brian, Cyndy, Reg and Daryl.

He was a passionate father, grandfather and hunter who loved his family and the outdoors. He enjoyed time with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Later in life, also at a dance, he met Adelaide Wood and spent the remainder of his years with her.

Visitation
5:00PM - 7:00PM Friday November 27, 2015
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530-116 Street Edmonton, AB

Celebration of Life
10:00AM Saturday November 28, 2015
Trinity Funeral Home Chapel
10530-116 Street Edmonton, AB

  1. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time with the passing of your father. Love Auntie Darlene

  2. Our deepest condolences go out to the entire family. We will always remember Uncle Nick as a gracious, kind, humerous and generous person. We have many fond memories of being with Uncle Nick and family either hunting or having many huge family gatherings. We will miss Uncle Nick but will always cherish the wonderful times we were fortunate enough to spend with him and certainly hold on to the many memories.

  3. My deepest sympathy,thoughts and prayers to all of you. I have many fond memories of your
    father..A very kind man. Love Aunt Myrna

  4. We are so terribly sorry and saddened for your loss. Hold onto your precious memories of your Dad and Grandpa because he will be always with you in your heart. He was a wonderful man, father and grandfather. We are lucky to have so many wonderful memories of Uncle Nick and will keep those close in our hearts. A very special memory was having our family included in the family hunt with Uncle Nick and gathering for his famous chicken soup. We have been very fortunate to have spent good quality family time with Uncle Nick throughout the years, we will miss him greatly and we are thinking of all of you…..

  5. We are so terribly sorry for your loss. Hold onto your precious memories of your Dad and Grandpa because he will be always with you in your heart. He was a wonderful man, father and grandfather. We are lucky to have so many wonderful memories of Uncle Nick and will keep those close in our hearts. One of our favourite Memories we have was to be included in the family hunt with Uncle Nick and gathering together to share his famous chicken soup, and his hunting stories, will miss him greatly, Love and Hugs to everyone.

  6. Our deepest sympathy goes out to all the Family. My many memories of all the family gatherings with Uncle Nick will keep me smiling. One of my fondest memories was Uncle Nick & my Dads 65th birthday! To see the smile on both their faces with all the family was priceless.
    Thoughts & prayers to you all

  7. Deepest sympathies to all the family. Nick was a good man and I remember how he enjoyed many hunting outings with Al & the kids. My thoughts are with all of you.

  8. Sorry to hear of Nicks passing. My deepest condolences to you, Adlaide and your family. I know how much you enjoyed each other’s company, cards,dancing and visiting with friends and relatives. Memories Eternal.

  9. Sorry for your loss. Lots of fond memories with him. He was always welcoming and very generous with everyone. A good hearted soul. Many, many laughs in the hunting truck and around his house.

  10. My sincere condolences to the entire family. I am sorry for your loss and do cherish the memories you had with your Dad. My fondest memory of your Mom and Dad were when they surprised us with a beautiful visit with my family when we were living on the Sunshine Coast. They spent a couple of days with us and enjoyed the tour of the coastline, beaches and our backyard. To this day my kids remember Uncle Nick buying them ‘whatever flavor and size of ice cream’ they wanted. He was very generous to my kids. Many other memories I will cherish. Oh, and yes, he was a great dancer. May his spirit dance forever.

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