Curtis KRYSKI

KRYSKI Curtis William Kryski of Red Deer, Alberta passed away on June 14, 2005 at the age of 30 years. Curtis was born on September 20, 1974 at Yorkton Union Hospital in Yorkton, Saskatchewan. He was a free spirit who loved and lived life to the fullest, everyday was a new day. Curtis attended school in Canora until grade 8, then, grade 9 at St. Joseph College in Yorkton and grades 10 through 12 at Yorkton Regional High School. Curtis then moved to Regina to work at Sakundiak Grain Augers for one year, then, he moved back to Yorkton and worked at Morris Industries for one year. He moved to Saskatoon in 1995 and went to Kelsey Institute for Agriculture Machinery Technician. He gained employment at Wardale Farm Equipment for six months then moved back to Saskatoon and was employed at Managrow. A year later, Curtis moved to Red Deer to accept a position of Foreman at Q & Q Fencing. After two years Curtis went to work for High Arctic Well Control in Red Deer. This is where Curtis received an award for successfully snubbing a gas well, drilling 4800 metre with no incident. No one else had successfully snubbed a gas well that depth in Canada. He was very proud of that award and humble as well. After three years Curtis gained employment with SSI where he worked until his sudden passing. Curtis loved ski dooing in the mountains and went often with his friends, most recently with his girlfriend Coral. He also loved golfing, which his brother Daniel can a test to, as well as hockey, hunting and many numerous activities. Curtis was a friend to all and a prankster who loved to play jokes on his friends and tease them. His brother, Anthony, got the brunt of some. Curtis was especially close to his sister Bonnie. He was a special person who will be deeply missed by all the people he touched with his charm and personality and no one will ever or can replace him. Pallbearers are; his school buddy, Dave Biblow, Ashley and Clint Leontowich, Chris Currellin, his work buddy, Eric Rebhahn, Warren Czmuchalek, Blake Johnson, and Johnny Hoopey. A special thank you to all his friends who attended the wake at Curtis’s home and to everybody who came by his home. Curtis will be lovingly remembered by his parents; Tony and Darleene Kryski of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, his girlfriend, Coral Currie of Medicine Hat, Alberta, two brothers; Anthony (Stephane) of Yorkton, Saskatchewan and their daughter Sabrina, and Daniel of Fillmore, California, one sister, Bernadette (Don) of Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan as well as many aunts and uncles and numerous cousins. He was predeceased by his grandparents; Paul and Helen Kryski, Thomas and Laura Lulchenko, uncles; Walter Kryski, Paul Kryski, Mike Zielinski and Aunt Elsie Zielinski. Those wishing to pay their respects can do so at the Red Deer Funeral Home (6150 – 67 Street) on Friday, June 17, 2005 between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. A Memorial Service will be held at the Red Deer Funeral Home (6150 – 67 Street) on Saturday, June 18, 2005 at 12:30 p.m. Prayer Services will take place at St. Joseph Roman Catholic Church in Canora, Saskatchewan on Monday, June 20, 2005 at 7:00 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will follow on Tuesday, June 21, 2005, the time will be announced a later date. E-mail condolences can be sent to: condolences @reddeerfuneralhome.com and will be forwarded directly to the family.


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