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Date of Passing: May 24, 2019Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
He is survived by his wife Nidia; his three children, Michael, Barbara, and Konrad; and numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
A veteran of the Second World War, Arthur escaped from Poland to join the allies. First to fight the Battle of Tobruk in the Middle East, then to eventually become a Lieutenant in the Polish branch of the English Navy. He was awarded a medal for sinking a German submarine.
In compliance with Arthur's wishes, no funeral service will be held.
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Publish Date: Jun 1, 2019
A longer obituary notice will follow.
Condolences may be sent to www.wojciksfuneralchapel.com
Publish Date: May 28, 2019
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on May 28, 2019, Jun 01, 2019
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Condolences to Konrad, Barbara, Michael and your families. Many memories of Arthur while I was growing up. Always treated me fairly and made me feel welcome. A very interesting man. May he rest in peace after a long and productive life. - Posted by: Ron and Kathy Levinski (Friends of Konrad) on: Jun 04, 2019
We will miss you Dziadek! XO Love Susie, Steve, Brian and Carlyn - Posted by: Susie Elliott (Grand daughter) on: Jun 03, 2019
We will miss you Dziadek. Rest in peace. Love Jen, Mark, Tyler, Dylan and Brody - Posted by: Jen Correia (Granddaughter ) on: Jun 01, 2019
With our condolences Peter & Elena Worsley - Posted by: Peter Worsley (Friend of Konrad & Elaine ) on: Jun 01, 2019
Your dad was an amazing guy. I don't think as kids that any of us fully understood the extent of his service during the war. He was the real deal and then he had to put up with our hair brained antics as young guys. I recall thinking he was so "mean" for hollering at me. I had an beat-up old 1956 Dodge that could barely make it up the family cottage's driveway hill. I wasn't much of a driver. My only answer was to slam it down into first gear and floor it. Dust and gravel were flying everywhere. I left deep nasty ruts all the way up...on a driveway that he had just spent hours raking. I picked up Mike and we bitched at how unreasonable he was. I'd sure like to have that one back He was a good and decent man. RIP Mr. Dytnerski ...we didn't know him as anything else! - Posted by: Michael Farrell (Friend) on: Jun 01, 2019
Will miss you Dad. - Posted by: Mike Dytnerski (Son) on: Jun 01, 2019
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