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EDWARD ANDREW HUSACK
Date of Passing: Jul 28, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
EDWARD ANDREW HUSACK
Ed will be lovingly remembered by his wife Carol; son Ethan; daughter Lori (Chad); grandson Desmond; and grandson Evan. He is predeceased by his son Randy.
A private immediate family funeral has been planned.
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Chapel Lawn Funeral Home
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Aug 08, 2020
Condolences & Memories (6 entries)
Ed was an amazing guy who loved his family, friends and travel. We cherish our memories of vacationing with Ed and Carol in Cuba. Ed made every trip special as he scouted out the best day trips and the bars serving the finest specialty coffee. Ed loved the Cuban people who responded with extraordinary kindness. We also cherish the memories of Ed and Carol‘s annual Ukrainian Christmas feast with endless pirogies and poppyseed cake. Ed was an engaging conversationalist and had informed opinions on many subjects, especially politics. He had incredible stories about growing up in the Interlake. From his humble beginnings Ed excelled as a teacher and administrator obtaining a PhD in education at the University of Nebraska. Our deepest condolences to Carol, Ethan, Lori and his entire extended family. Dave Boldt and Irene Kocsis - Posted by: Dave Boldt (Friend) on: Jun 18, 2022
Thinking of you and wishing you moments of comfort and peace. With sincere sympathy. - Posted by: Harry Obedzinski and family (cousin) on: Aug 10, 2020
I recognized his kind face right away, though it has been 40 yrs since I last saw Mr. Husack at Oak Park High School. He was so charismatic, even if I was in trouble he would make a silly joke to get me laughing. Such a kind soul. My deepest condolences to all his family and friends. - Posted by: leah giroux (student) on: Aug 09, 2020
"Weep not in sorrow for that which is gone, but in joy for having once savored his presence." My deepest sympathy, Carol, to you and your family! Jeanne - Posted by: Jeanne Gitzel (colleague) on: Aug 09, 2020
A great friend and colleague from the Moosehorn and Ashern days. - Posted by: Joseph Mudry (Friend) on: Aug 09, 2020
My condolences to the family. He was such an important part of my high school days at Oak Park, such a nice man. - Posted by: Carolyn Corda (Student) on: Aug 08, 2020
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