May 25, 1943 ~ February 5, 2022
It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Wally Cyncora on Saturday, February 5, 2022, in Selkirk, Manitoba.
He will be lovingly remembered and missed by his wife Marlene of 56 years; his children Rick (Lise), Jayson (Michelle), and Heather (Tommy); grandchildren Lindsay, Seanna, Carson, Zenon, and Easton; brother Larry (Alice); as well as sisters and brothers-in-law.
He was predeceased by his parents Nick and Teenie Cyncora, brother Peter (Adeline), sister Sophie Watsko (Ray), and in-laws Emil and Jean Litke.
He grew up on the family farm in Cloverleaf and attended Eastdale School. He started his working career at Harper Construction in 1959, then onto Watsko Construction from 1962-1970 working on the floodway, Naaykens Transport from 1970-1974 and retired from the R.M. of Brokenhead in 2005. He also enjoyed bartending at the Brokenhead Community Hall for many functions including weddings and socials.
He was affectionately known as the Silver Fox. He had many hobbies which included baseball, baseball and baseball, bowling, he was his daughter’s ringette coach, he loved to take walks and then he enjoyed more baseball! He loved to spend time with his grandchildren. He attended lots of their sporting events and never missed a tournament.
His smile, laughter and generosity will be missed by everyone who had the opportunity of knowing him.
A memorial service will be held on Wednesday, February 9, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. at Sobering Funeral Chapel, 1035 Park Avenue E., Beausejour, Manitoba. Double vaccination and identification will be required, or you may attend the service by parking in the Sobering parking lot and tuning your radio station to 98.1 FM.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Wally’s memory may be made to Grace Lutheran Church or Beausejour Hospital TV Fund.
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Dear Marlene, and family. I am so very sorry to see that Wally has passed. He was such a nice man. My deepest condolences to you all. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Sincere Sympathy to All The Cyncora Family, we’ve been friends for many many years, shared many
good times together. RIP From Drewlo Family, Beausejour & Lac Du Bonnet, Mb.
MARLENE AND FAMILY, WE ARE VERY SORRY TO HEAR OF WALLY’S PASSING. MAY YOU FIND CONFORT AND TREASURE THE GREAT MEMORIES OF A WONDERFUL MAN. R.I.P. WALLY.
Sympathies and deepest condolences to the entire Cyncora family.
Such a great man and community member gone too soon.
May Wally Rest in Peace.
Our deepest sympathies to Marlene and family. He was a jolly soul who loved life. God bless your family as you mourn Wally’s loss.
So sorry for your loss Marlene. My thoughts are with you.
I was so sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. I always loved joking with him when we would see each other. Thoughts and prayers are with your family. Our deepest condolences to you all.
Darrell & Sue
Gary & Bev Solotki
So Sorry Marlene he was a good friend from Beverley and Gary
Pam and Bob Selch
Marlene and family,
Bob and I were extremely saddened to hear of Wally’s passing. He was such a kind man, always had that spark of personality,
and twinkle in his eye. Bob has many good memories of working with him when he was a student at the RM. Hugs to all.
Pam and Bob Selch
So sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. Always enjoyed talking and joking with him at all the social functions at the hall. Our deepest sympathy. Robert and Wendy Lidster.
Karen & Art Berry
Our sincerest condolences on the passing of Wally. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
My prayers and thoughts are with Wally’s family.
Debbie and Larry Okolita
Our sincere condolences.
Marlene and Family Very sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. My sincere condolences to you all. May he rest in peace and may you find comfort in the memories shared over the years. “The saddest moment is when the person who gave you the best memories, becomes a memory.”
Dean and Donna Couvier
Marlene and family,
Sorry to hear of the passing of Wally. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this sad and difficult time.
Dean and Donna Couvier
Bob and Veronica Osiowy
So sorry to hear the untimely news .Our prayers and thoughts are with your family.
Ernie and Debby Hlady
Our sincere condolences to Wally’s family. Rest in peace Silver Fox.
Marlene& families, So sad to hear of Wally’s passing. Remembering the times with Ronnie & I, Roy &Toody, & Wally on a bowling team way back. What fun and laughs. Cherish the memories, condolences to you all.
So very sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. There was always many laughs when you saw Wally! He will be missed. Many thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Deepest condolences to his family. RIP Wally. May the family find comfort in knowing so many remember his humour and laughter.
Our condolences to Marlene and family. He was such a fun man. Always a smile.
Enjoyed joking with him on the walking track at Sun Gro. I think he spent more time visiting with his friendly nature. He will be missed but his memories will last a lifetime. God bless
S + I Kanaski
Dear Marlene and Family.
So sorry to hear of the passing of Wally. A friend for many years, he always had a smile and a warm greeting especially when I met him on the walking trails.
May the gift of God’s love and presence help heal you through this time of loss.
Stan + Irene Kanaski
“The Lord is near the brokenhearted”. Psalm 34:18
Marlene and family I am so sorry for your loss. Wally was a wonderful person who always greeted me with his amazing smile. He will be greatly missed.
Marlene and family
Deepest condolences to all. May your memories help you through this difficult time.
Our deepest condolences to your family..
My Condolences to the family, a powerful energy of strength and love will stay with you in your memories,
Barb (Romanishen) Kovalik
Another amazing soul gone too soon. He brought so much joy and laughter wherever he went. That smile! Much and love and condolences to Marlene, Heather and the entire family xo
Sorry for your loss. Was a great guy to work with.
Our condolences from the entire Stasiuk family. May Wally Rest In Peace.
Marlene, Rick, Jason, Heather and your families, I am so sorry to hear that Wally has passed on. May our Heavenly Father give you His Comfort and Strength during this very difficult time. With love and comfort. Rest In Peace Wally
Chris & Ardith Tomasson
Deepest sympathy to Wally’s family. He will be missed by many. R.I.P.Wally.
Sorry to hear about Wally. I still remember when you live next door to Ron and Valeria. He was Alway full of humor and play joke. Rip Wally
Nice know you
Sincere Condolences to you Marlene and all your family, upon the passing of Wally.I will always remember our humorous times at Club 50. He always had everyone chuckling. He will be missed and all the wonderful memories of him will last forever. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Marlene and family
Sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. May you have many great memories of your years together.
Cliff and Erika
Marlene and family, my sincere condolences to you. I have known Wally since I was a young girl. Whenever we would meet he would hold out his hand and say ” I knew you since you were this high”. Rest in peace Wally.
Marlene, Rick, Jason, Heather and families…
My condolences to you all at this sad time of Wally’s passing. Cherish the good times and memories …they last forever. RIP Wally!!!
Bill and Olga Relf
Dear Marlene & family. Bill and I are so sad to hear of Wally’s passing. He was a very special guy and always made you feel good, when he shared his stories. He will be missed. My heart goes out to you and your family. May God strengthen you and bring His peace to all of you ,the peace that only He our Heavenly Father can give you.
Ed & Joan Rak
Marlene and family, we are very sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Sorry to hear about your father Jason. My condolences to you and your family.
Hellar and Shirley Prysiazniuk
Our deepest, heartfelt condolences to you and your family! Wally was a jolly, friendly man and we so much enjoyed knowing him! He will be dearly missed. Cherish your many fond memories and hold them dear to your hearts! Thinking of you with love and prayers! Hugs!
Carol & Brian Bush
Our sincere condolences to all your family. We will always remember Wally’s big smile, the twinkle in his eyes and the stories he liked to tell. I always looked forward to seeing him at the walking track when we played pickle ball. He was always full of interesting comments.
All your good memories will keep Wally near forever.
My first years as a home owner here in Beausejour were with Wally as one of my close neighbours. Sadly I don’t think I got to know him until he had moved away. Marlene you’re in my thoughts. My deepest sympathies.
Mike and Diana Shewchuk
Our sincerest condolences to you and your family.We will always remember all the good times we had. Especially at Club 50. He will be missed. Rest In Peace Wally. Sending hugs and prayers to you.
Sorry to hear of Wally’s passing, We shared many experiences together from work to play and our trips to the colony, he won’t be forgotten
Rose and Paul
Marlene and family ,
So sorry for your loss.
Wally always had a big smile and liked to kibbutz,
wherever you met him downtown or on the walking trail .
He will be missed by many .
Always a joy to talk to May he Rest In Peace R I P
Sorry to hear of the passing of Wally. My thoughts are with you during this sad and difficult time.
My memories will be on the Baseball field and running into each other on our walks. Joking and laughing at me because I can’t run across the street like I used to when I play baseball. RIP Wally, I will cherish the memories!!
My sincere sympathy to all of Wally’s family and friends. It was a delight to encounter him anywhere. He made my morning walks much more interesting. May he Rest In Peace.
Dwight and Jan Litke
Very sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. He was a very happy man. We always tried to get him to be our bartender for the bowling banquets. Always had a lot of laughs with him. He will be missed. Our deepest condolences to you Marlene and your families. RIP Wally.
Marlene and family, Sorry for your loss. I sure enjoyed golfing with Wally. He was always laughing and joking; a wonderful man.
My sincere condolences to Marlene and the Cyncora family.
ALLAN & MARLENE RACH
MARLENE AND FAMILY
SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. WE ALWAYS REMEMBER HIS FRIENDLYNESS AND ENJOYED
HIS HUMOUR ALSO WITH HIS LITTLE TEASING. WE ARE GOING TO MISS HIM.
REST IN PEACE WALLY. OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY
COUSINS MARLENE AND ALLAN
My thoughts and prayers are with your family and my deepest condolences, I scrolled down the messages before writing this and if somebody wanted to be proud of a life lived, looking at the comments from above tell the story of how much joy Wally brought to our community. One of the nicest guys I ever laced about a baseball cleat with, young at heart and always fun to be with.
Chester and Brenda Neduzak
Our sincere condolences to the entire family. A great guy on the baseball diamond and when bartending, always found a moment to chat during functions at the hall no matter how busy it was. RIP Wally
Lynda & Glen Kaatz
Marlène and family, our thoughts and prayers are with you. Wally has a such a kind hearted man. He will be sadly missed.
My condolences to the
His picture says it all.
He was a good man.
Grant and Judy Plohman
Marlene and family,
So sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. I enjoyed playing fastball with him many years ago and always waited for his humour whenever I would see him. Just a good guy who will be missed.
Dwayne, Kelly and Emmett Fuerst
Our thoughts are with you Marlene, Rick, Jason, Heather and your families. So sorry to hear of Wally’s passing. It was always great to see him and enjoy a lot of laughs. He always had that mischievous look in his eye. It’s hard to believe two years have passed since we last saw him in Beausejour. Take care. Love you guys.
Alvin and zenda
Our sincere condolences to the family. We were so grateful for being great neighbours to our mom and dad. Wally always shared jokes and lots of teasing.
With sincere sympathy and condolences Marlene and your family, sorry to hear of Wally’s passing;
in our prayers and thoughts! RIP Wally.
Lydia Ewasko and family.
Marlene and family, we are so sorry to hear that Wally has passed away. He always supported his kids in sports activities May he rest in peace.
Ken and Jenny Andrew
Valerie and Tony Kent
Dear Marlene and children:
Tony and I would like to extend our sincerest condolences on your loss of your beloved Wally. Another husband and father taken long before his time.
Memories of you and Walter are many, but one that stands out in my mind was of you and Wally’s fìrst dance as you waltzed across the floor lost in each other’s LOVING eyes totally oblivious to anyone around you. May every memory of your LOVE sustain you through this difficult time and beyond. Wally is NOT gone, just away. With our deepest sympathy, Valerie and Tony Kent.
Marline and Family
I am so sorry for your loss. Wally was a kind man who have a wonderful smile and twinkle in his eyes and who loved his family.
God Bless You!
Marlena, so sorry to hear about Wally. He will be missed. You guys were great neighbors to mom and dad. My deepest sympathy Nancy
Paul and Connie krawchuk
Dear Marlene and family
Our sincere condolences to all of you. I have fond memories of working with Wally for many years . His happy go lucky attitude was his trade mark and that special smile. May your memories bring you peace.
Rest In Peace Wally
Marlene and family
So sorry to hear about Wally. Best square dancer I have ever had in school. May you take comfort with family and friends that surround you.
Sincere condolences to the family
Marlene, my sincerest condolences on the passing of Wally. I always enjoyed our encounters, whether it was at the Craft Show or Costco. Our friendship began back in the days of Lazy Nine Fastball, when we would enjoy the games together but more so after, discussing all aspects of the game, in detail! Greater than this, it was then Wally insisted quote, “you have to introduce me to Marlene”, it was at this time my sister Elaine, was close friends with Marlene. Well, the rest is history!
I will always cherish our good times together, and that laugh and sparkle in his eyes, who could ever not like Wally. Wish we could have spent more time together, always considered him a great friend. He will be missed by all.
Best wishes Marlene,
Larry Joan Litke
Marlene myself and Joan send our sincere condolences to you and the family. I have great memories of Walley when I was a child at you dads property east of town. Even though I left Manitoba 40 yrs ago I still remember Walley’s great sense humour and zest for life. He could put smile on your face and was very kind.
God bless you Walley
Larry and Joan Litke
Violet and David Andrusiek (nee Jaster - Dunn)
Dear Marlene and family, I was going through obituaries for Sobering and I saw Wally’s name and photo. I am so sorry Marlene for your loss and hope that you are doing well. You had many wonderful years together. I know that you are a strong woman and have a strong faith in the Lord. My brother Roy and sister Irene both passed away in Feb and June of this year. They both were in East Gate.am still in Brandon and now have 19 years marriage to David. My late husband Milt and I were married in 1962 so we would of had lots of years too. I always remember you with fondness and thought I would say hello and wish you all the best.