Rodney Craig Presisniuk

November 1, 2011 3 Condolences Print Obituary

On October 29, 2011 I lost my loving brother in a motor vehicle accident.
He leaves us now to celebrate his Life with all our memories. He loved hunting, fishing, cooking and outdoor wide open spaces. He will be forever remembered by his sister Cindy, roommate Janet, his cat Shadow as well as numerous relatives and dear friends. He will now join Mom, Dad, Baba, Gito, uncle Bobby so he will not be alone.
In honouring Rodney's wishes, no funeral service will be held. At a later date a Bash will take place so stay tuned and keep on Rockin and Smokin to Rodney's favourite tunes.

  1. Dear Cindy, Shery & Phil and the rest of your family,

    So sad to hear that Rodney has passed. It was just yesterday I was reading the artical in the Journal about Hairy Hill and thought about the Nikiforuk’s. Alot of very fond memories I have.

    May Rodney rest in peace and sincere condolences. Pelase keep in touch.

    Sincerely,
    Iris & Lloyd Olinek and family

  2. Dear Rodney;
    With all the good times, and memories we had in Hairy Hill. With all of us growing up and getting older! I wish you well in your new journey. Farewell and with my deepest sympathy!

  3. Dear Cindy

    On behalf of my wife Pauline, our sons Michael and Ryan, I would like to offer you our sincerest condolences to you and your family for the sudden loss of your brother Rodney.

    Our family was deeply saddened with the news of Rodney’s passing.

    Rodney will be greatly missed by all that knew him.

    I have so many fond memories of your brother Rodney from our early days together as young mischievous students at Steele Heights Elementary School, being one of my best men at my wedding, partying, listening to tunes, sampling his various beef jerky recipes, trying out his latest fishing lure combinations, and the list just goes on and on. I also have those same fond memories of you and his Mom, Bessie and from all the times that we hung out at your Mom’s house. It certainly takes me back to some great times with some awesome friends and their families.

    I would be more than happy to meet with you in the near future to reflect on those memories that I have of your brother and to share them with you if you should choose to do so.

    Peace be with you and your family always.

    With much love at this difficult time,

    Terry Nistor

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