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WALTER BORIS KISCHUK
Dec. 17, 1949-June 10, 2019
It is with great sorrow we announce that Walter Boris Kischuk, 69, of Vita, MB, passed away on Monday, June 10, 2019 in Vita Hospital after his brave battle with cancer.
Walter’s memorial service will be held at Vita Funeral Home on Saturday, June 22 at 1 p.m., with a light lunch to follow at the Vita Friendship Centre.
Walter is survived by his daughters Crystal Kischuk and Jamie Kischuk, his grandsons William and Edwin Harder (Crystal), his mother Mary (Bill), his sisters Audrey Ewacha (Nestor), Shirley Mistlebacher (Bill), his brothers Orest (Brenda) and Dennis, as well as numerous family members and friends.
Walter was preceded in death by his father William Kischuk (1991).
The family of Walter wishes to thank Vita Hospital doctors, nurses and staff for all the care they provided for him in his time of need. Thanks to Korban-Vita Funeral Chapel for accommodating arrangements, as well as family and friends for all their love and support.
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