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Passing of UA Member Louis Korycki
November 21, 2017
Louis Korycki was born on Wednesday, May 12, 1948 in Prince Albert, SK and passed away on Sunday, October 15, 2017 in Prince Albert, SK at the age of 69 years. Louis lived and worked in Saskatoon, SK until 1971. He attended welding classes in Moose Jaw, SK in 1972 where he received his Journeyman Welding ticket, after which he worked at Ad Fab and then Fleury Motor Homes. He then moved back to Prince Albert to work at the Prince Albert Pulp and Paper Mill and many other places out of the Union Hall. In 1975, his only daughter Karie was born. Louis is survived by his loving family: his spouse, Penny gran; his daughter, Karie Korycki; his step-daughter, Jacinda Gran; his grandchildren, Brendan, Bree and Odessa; his brothers and sister, Ron Korycki, Mike (Joanne) Korycki and Julie (Rod) Friesen; his nieces and nephews, Sean (Whitney) Friesen, Roseann Friesen, Rebecca Friesen, Joshua Korycki, Clinton, Nathan and Megan; and his former wife, Arlene Korycki. He was predeceased by his parents, Peter and Zinna Korycki.
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