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It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the peaceful passing of Michael Czuboka, with family by his side.
Michael was predeceased by his parents, his first wife Carole, his son John, his brothers, Walter and Bill and nephew Frank.
He is survived by his wife Helena, of 30 years; his children, Jill (Brad), Jane, and Jeff (Gina); his grandchildren, Laura (Nick) and Michael as well as nieces and nephews and their families.
Michael's family would like to express their most heartfelt gratitude and appreciation to all of Michael's caregivers over the years, including Riverview Health Centre, Thorvaldson Care Centre, and Deer Lodge Centre - his final residence.
As per Michael's wishes there will be no service. Please have a toast to Michael in your own private way.

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As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Feb 04, 2023

Condolences & Memories (9 entries)

  • To the family of Mr. Czuboka I extend my most sincere sympathy. I was a student at Whitemouth School – Agassiz School Division #13 when Mr. Czuboka was the Superintendent. I have my Yearbooks with his messages to the students. I always admired and respected him. It is always important to me to acknowledge people who have had an impact on my life. Cherish and treasure your memories. Most sincerely, Margit MacCharles (nee Kunz) - Posted by: Margit MacCharles (Former Student of Whitemouth School) on: Feb 14, 2023

  • Jane, Jill and family. So sorry to hear about your dad. He was a remarkable person. Lots of good memories. Keep all those good memories close to you! - Posted by: Chris and Ardith Tomasson (Friend) on: Feb 08, 2023

  • Dear Jane and Jill and your family, I remember your Dad taking us to the International Peace Gardens for music camp. We had a bunch of girls laughing and giggling. You asked your Dad something and I remember him clear as day saying, "Rebecca Jane can you please speak clearly and distinctly to me!" I wanted to speak like that always after that moment. He also taught me how to spell your last name like a cute phrase. And it comes to me as easily as ever 40 years later! He made me proud to know a veteran when I think of the freedom he allowed us all have because of his service. I hope you all cherish the wonderful memories. I am sorry for your loss and you are all in my thoughts and prayers. Sending hugs to you both! Love Shelley Trapp-Armstrong and the rest of the Armstrong's - Posted by: Shelley Trapp-Armstrong (Friend) on: Feb 06, 2023

  • So sorry Jane for the loss of your dad. Thinking of you and all your family at this difficult time. - Posted by: Sandy Whittom (Friend) on: Feb 05, 2023

  • Jane, I’m so very sorry to learn of your Dad’s passing. He was a gift to your family. My deepest condolences to you, my friend, and to your family. - Posted by: Allison Marion (Friend) on: Feb 04, 2023

  • My deepest sympathies Jane for the loss of your Dad. Thinking of you. - Posted by: Wendy Olson (Friend,colleague of Jane's) on: Feb 04, 2023

  • My condolences Helena and family - Posted by: Jackie Smith (Friend) on: Feb 04, 2023

  • Dear Jane hugs to you🙏🏻 I know how much you loved your Dad, and how proud you were of him. I remember thinking how awesome it was, when we worked together, to see you and your Dad enjoy so many lunches together. Love Donna - Posted by: Donna Durnin (Friend) on: Feb 04, 2023

  • To Jill & Jane, so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. He will be fondly remembered in Editor Publishing of 'They Stopped At A Good Place' 1875-1981. Sincere Sympathy To All Your Family. RIP - Posted by: Lorraine Drewlo & Family (Friends of Family for many years!) on: Feb 04, 2023

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