ObituaryOlga Pawluk (nee Geraimchuk) Born in Kodina, Ukraine on January 9, 1909. It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Aunty Olga on January 21, 2015 in her 106th year. She will always be remembered by family and friends as a strong and compassionate women of deep abiding faith. Predeceased by husband Stephen, parents Vasyl and Tekla, sister Nina, brother-in-law Dan, brothers John and Nick and sister-in-law Elenor. She was a loving aunt to Andy (Anne), John (Claire),Chris (Sandra), Helen, Gloria (Dennis), Beverly (Eugene), John, Hanya, Andrew,Basil and Lesia. And also to her many great nieces and nephews. Aunty Olga shared a very special bond with Peter and Halyna Krzywucki and their family. For all the love, care and support you gave her over the last 25 years we sincerely thank you. You were her special angels. She was a founding member of St. Vladimir Ukrainian Institute. She also sponsored the publishing of a book entitled Mykhail Hrushevsky's History of Ukraine-Rus, volume seven through the Ukrainian Historical Research Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies University of Alberta. Aunty Olga was also a long time contributor to the University of Alberta Ukrainian Studies Endowment fund. Family and friends will be received at the Cardinal Funeral Home at 336 Bathurst Street on Sunday January 25 between 5:00 and 9:00 pm with Panakhyda at 5:00 pm. Funeral service at St. Volodymyr Cathedral at 406 Bathurst St. at 10:00 am on Monday January 26 and burial at St. Volodymyr Cemetery at 1280 Dundas St West, Oakville.
January 25, 2015
January 26, 2015
St. Volodymyr Cathedral
Burial / Entombment / Cremation
Burial St. Volodymyr Cemetery