Robin Bruce Stashko
In Memory of Robin Bruce Stashko – April 15, 1966, to January 24, 2023 Bruce was diagnosed with cancer in late 2017 and was vigilant in researching ways to try and treat the cancer which was slowly taking over his body. Bruce remained optimistic and strong, not wanting us to know the pain he was in right up until his passing in the early morning of January 24,2023.
Bruce was the youngest in our family and excelled at an early age in school, athletics and later in his work ethic. He had many interests, and enjoyed fishing, stamp and antique collecting, treasure hunting and working on cars. He was very creative, an avid reader, and researcher on many subjects. Bruce was also a great cook and foodie as he always knew the best places to grab a bite. Bruce was always willing to lend a hand, share his knowledge when asked and was strong in his spiritual beliefs and on life and how everyone should be treated with respect, dignity and fairness. He was a loving, generous brother, uncle and a loyal friend to many, and he will be greatly missed by everyone.
Bruce was predeceased by his parents Louis and Mary. He is survived by his siblings Janice (Malcolm) Saunders, Glen Stashko, Brian Stashko, Alex Barore, Michael Barore, and their families as well as many relatives and friends.
A memorial service will be held on February 21, 2023, at 2PM at Sacred Heart Church of the First Peoples – 10821 96 Street NW Edmonton AB.
My deepest heartfelt condolences to Janice , Glen and Brian Bruce will always be in our hearts may his memory be eternal 🙏🏻🙏🏻❤️
You where like a brother to me , it’s going to be hard to carry on without you in my life, but we must. I will miss you . 💔
Condolances to the family.
Rest in Peace Bruce.
Rest in peace buddy!!
Bruce was such a nice guy, he made summer late-shifts at GM pass like nothing at all. Miss you big guy. ❤️
Condolences to the Stashko family.Bruce you were always a great friend and I’ll cherish the tines we had together through all the years. I’m glad we had a chance to reconnect again these past few years.I’ll miss you my friend till we meet again.
Bruce was a great guy. A very generous spirit. Always willing to listen and was non -judgemental. And he could fix just about anything! Rest in peace my friend.
To the family our deepest condolences on your great loss . We used to work with Bruce at General Motors and he was a blast to work with. We will miss him. Sincerely , Bob Wong and Dane Gancer.