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KAY KOTYK (DRUL)
Born: Jul 27, 1923
Date of Passing: Feb 21, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
July 27, 1923 - February 21, 2021
Kay is survived by her son Kenneth and grandson Kristopher, daughter Gloria (Murray) and son Larry (Virginnia) and grandson Matthew and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband Lloyd, father Anton Drul, mother Nellie Drul, brother Dick Drul, sister Anne Ewashko, brother-in-law Myrcel Ewashko and daughter-in-law Arlene Koytk.
Kay was born on July 27, 1923 on a farm near Menzie, Manitoba, daughter of Anton and Nellie Drul (nee Mackedenski). She later lived and grew up on a farm near Oakburn, Manitoba until she married Lloyd Kotyk in 1946. After their marriage, Lloyd and Kay bought a farm in the Menzie, Manitoba area and farmed there until 1959 at which time they decided to move to Winnipeg and resided on Parkview Street, sunny St. James. There, they resided for 50 years and upon their golden years they moved to Sturgeon Creek Retirement Centre and assisted living.
Kay was a devoted wife and mother who was known for her excellent cooking, hard work and the love to host and entertain family and friends. She enjoyed spending time at the cabin at Clear Lake and in her later years enjoyed travelling across Canada, through the United States, especially Las Vegas and even to Mexico. Kay along with her husband Lloyd were cofounders and lifetime members of St. Basil's Ukrainian Catholic Church. Kay was also an active member of the Ukrainian Catholic Women's League.
The immediate family will be having a private graveside service at Chapel Lawn Memorial Gardens and the service will be officiated by Father Mykhaylo Khomitskyy and Deacon Leon Twerdun of St. Basil's Ukrainian Catholic Church.
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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 27, 2021
Condolences & Memories (4 entries)
Kenneth, Gloria and Larry. So sad to hear of Aunt Kay's passing. I remember the sleepovers with Gloria on the farm and in Winnipeg. She always had a gift for us at Christmas and I will cherish all those memories. Her smile was so warm and kind. Auntie you are now with Uncle Lloyd. - Posted by: Shelley (Kotyk) Watson (Niece) on: Mar 01, 2021
Rest in peace Auntie. - Posted by: Les Kotyk (Nephew) on: Feb 28, 2021
Sorry to hear of the passing of your Mother. The name Kotyk brings back a lot of good memories from the farm days. - Posted by: Lawrence Cottes (menzie neighbours Went to school with Kenneth and Gloria) on: Feb 28, 2021
Ken ,Gloria , Larry & family, so sorry for the passing of your Mom. We will all miss her dearly. She was a great Aunt. May you draw comfort from memories gone by. She is now at peace with our Uncle Lloyd. RIP Aunt Kay - Posted by: John & Audrey(Kotyk) Ewasiuk (Cousin) on: Feb 27, 2021
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