Paul Werezuk

December 22, 2016 22 Condolences Print Obituary

May 31, 1932 - December 14, 2016

On December 14, 2016 Paul Werezuk of Vegreville passed away suddenly in the comfort of his home of a massive heart attack at the age of 84 years.

Paul is survived by his wife Anne and five children, Ida (Arvin) McCarty, Dan, Sam, Dena and Rod (Juanita), 9 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters Eristine Duncan and Dee Pardely; sister in-law Pearl Werezuk; brother in law Bill Arthur along with numerous relatives and friends.

He is pre-deceased by his parents Sam and Dora; 3 brothers Peter, William and Walter; brother in-laws Burt Duncan and Walter Pardely; 3 sisters Victoria, Mary and Annie.

Paul lived his entire life NE of Vegreville and was known to have lived his life the way he chose without taking too much advice from anyone. For much of his life, he was known as one with great mechanical aptitude and creative skills and would not hesitate to help others. He saw value in everyone and everything around him and loved getting deals at auctions and fixing more than farming. He had a passion for hockey and even played last season.

Paul lived a long physically healthy life to be proud of and now rests in peace waiting for our Lord and Savior.

Paul’s remains were cremated and a very private memorial ceremony will take place at a later date.

Our dad had a big heart… had that going for him

 Rode a bike in his 80’s… stayed fit and trim

Tell him what he needs or doesn’t need, see if you can

He always would have the last loud word

Why? Couldn’t hear worth the darn… that for sure

Don’t need a license to go into town

He’s got a John Deere… if it doesn’t break down!

He loved to farm… grew a thing or two

Had five kids and a beautiful wife…. woohoo !!

Hockey was his love… on a sheet of ice glass

“Short Shift Paul”…. always looking to pass

Let’s go fishing… cut a hole in that ice

Sit for hours…… ahh this is nice

Head up north… pick fruit for fun

Wild blueberries…. Yum! Yum! Yum!

Lived his life……. too soon it’s done

He’s resting now… till Christ will come

It’s not the same without him here…

Please excuse us while we shed our tears.

WE MISS YOU ALREADY! and WE WILL SEE YOU SOON!

 

 

 

 

  1. Dad I am missing you you lovable little trouble maker!! 🙁

  2. We would like to offer our sincere condolences to the Werezuk family. Ken played hockey with and against Paul for many years in times past. Ken and Paul became friends and would chat whenever they ran into each other.

    • Thank you very much Ken and Denise we very much appreciate the condolences. We just updated the obituary as I noticed you sent the message while the website was currently conducting a text update. Please visit the site again for more info on our father. God Bless.

      • We saw the updates.You all did a beautiful job! It’s exactly the way it was with Paul! Ken got a chuckle out of the “short-shift Paul” comment. That’s the way he was. – Ken & Denise

  3. My thoughts and prayers to the Werezuk family. Paul will be greatly missed on my travels to the farm.

  4. Sharon thank you for the much appreciated condolences. Your dad was the first to visit Paul in the Viking hospital years ago and you are the first person to send condolences since the newspaper ad came out. God Bless. Anne.

    • I will always have fond memories of your family Anne. Sorry for your loss.

  5. We are so sorry on Uncle Paul’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very difficult time.

    • Thank you so much for the kind words. Anne.

  6. Rod and Family:
    Thoughts and prayers are with you on the loss of your Father.

    • We all appreciate your thoughts. Anne.

  7. My condolences to the Werezuk family. I don’t know if you remember me but my family lived very close to you and our parents were very good friends. I remember spending many times at your home. My name is Cathy Carter-Coonce and my parents are Willis Carter and the late Marge Carter. The last few years I have seen your Dad on his bike and I have spoken with him on a few occasions at my office. May he rest in peace.

    • Hi Cathy I knew you and your parents well, you were excellent neighbors. Thank you for your kind words. Anne.

  8. Gonna miss you Paul. O. Lazarowich

  9. To the Paul Werezuk Family:
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this tie of Paul’s passing. May you all find strength, comfort and peace in the days ahead.
    Dale remembers playing Innisfree Old Timer hockey with Paul and the “short-shift”. In the Later years they would share stories of their hockey days.
    Paul was a frequent customer at our auctions as well. He always had a story to share. We will miss him. RIP, Paul.

    • God Bless you for these kind words. Anne.

  10. Paul was a GOOD guy. I loved him for what he was.
    Not always easy to visit with but none the less interesting.
    I will miss him but hope to be close to his family, always.
    My sincere condolences. Love to all and may you find peace in knowing that he is close
    to his Savior and at peace.

    LOL Aunt Erni and Terry

    • Erni and Terry thank you so much for the nice words. Keep in touch. Anne.

  11. Our thoughts & prayers go out to you & your family. May God give you peace during this difficult time.

    • Thank you Byron and Kim for your prayers. God Bless. Anne.

  12. Deepest condolences . Though I don’t know him personally. I would pay his meal at A&W when I was in town . When I came to town driving down 631 I always looked forward to seeing him and giving him a wave . I’ve always said a pray for him,and his dog when I drove by.
    I loved seeing his Shepperd waiting for him to crest the hill,so cute.

    From my family to yours ,may the love and hugs you recive in this difficult time remain with you all always, and help along the way of healing .

    • God Bless you. Thank you for being his friend. Anne.

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