February 19, 1955 to March 25, 2010
With great sadness, we announce the sudden passing of our beloved husband and father Bill Uskoski at the young age of 55 years.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife Sylvia and two daughters Sabrina and Brittany, as well as his mother Pauline, brother Terry wife Cindy, sisters Linda and Cheryl husband Allan, children Scott and Steven and wife Mary Beth and many relatives and friends. He is now with his father Willie again.
He grew up in Beausejour where he met and married his high school sweetheart. Following in his father’s footsteps, he became a refrigeration technician. After attending Red River College. Bill returned and took up residence in the Garson area. He later took over his father’s company, Park Avenue Refrigeration and Heating and serviced most of the Eastern Manitoba, Interlake and Winnipeg regions.
Dad had many interests; he was in the air cadets, a soccer coach to his two daughters, and a car and gun enthusiast. He also loved to travel. Dad was everything to us, and our rock. He was a great man nothing could ever fill the void he left in our lives, but he will forever fill our hearts.
We’d like to thank his family and many friends for their much needed support through the toughest time of our lives.
He was a devoted and loving husband and father with a strong work ethic. He was also a very outgoing and humorous man. He had a gift for storytelling. No one could tell a story like him. Everyone hung on his every word. His voice and stance commanded respect and attention.
He was always the jokester and prankster so we feel it is suitable that the memorial service be held in his honour this Thursday, April 1 at 11:00 a.m. at the Sobering Funeral Chapel located at 1035 Park Avenue East, Beausejour. Interment to follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery.
Flowers have been greatly appreciated. We’d also like you to consider the option of a donation to the Health Sciences Cardiac Ward, 1-204-787-3733.
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