Posted: November 16th, 2015

Andrew Storozuk Picture
September 13, 1983 – November 4, 2015

Andrew Storozuk, at the age of 32, peacefully passed away on the palliative floor at the Grey Nuns Hospital. He will be forever remembered by his surviving relatives, mother (Ida Storozuk); sisters (Shelley Storozuk, Sherry Trupp, Heather Brandt); brother-in-laws (Jon Bottaro, Justin Trupp, Trevor Brandt); nephews (Gavin & Pierce Bottaro); nieces (Addington Bottaro, Kezia & Audrey Trupp, Ava & Orianna Brandt); grandmothers (Anne Storozuk & Alma Dalman); and many uncles, aunts, and cousins. Andrew was predeceased by his grandfathers (Richard Dalman & Bill Storozuk), father (Jerry Storozuk), and uncles (Art Dalman & Tom Storozuk). The funeral service will be held at Saamis Memorial Funeral Chapel, in Medicine Hat, on November 21, 2016 at 10 am. A memorial reception will immediately follow at the Royal Canadian Legion in the Lancaster Room. In lieu of flowers and gifts to the family, your support can be shown by donating to Grey Nuns Hospital Palliative Care Program or the Canadian Cancer Society.

7 Condolences for “STOROZUK, Andrew”

  1. Shawn mackinnon says:

    I am truly sorry for your loss I have not seen Andrew since he was a young boy but find it such a tragic thing to loss such a young man my heart goes to your family

  2. Brenda and Ed Hall says:

    Dear Ida and girls. Please accept our deepest sympathy at this time of such a profound loss. We are thinking of you.

  3. Pat Dewald says:

    Sincere sympathy to Ida and family on the loss of Andrew.

  4. Kip and Judy Wilson says:

    To Ida and Family . Very sorry to hear about Andrew . Will
    remember him as he always had a smile when ever I seen him.

  5. Ria Welbourne says:

    to Andrew’s family: My deepest sympathy! I knew Andrew when he came to Holy Family and took in the Alpha Program and later went to a Live In Retreat. Andrew was truly a joy to be around. He was very interested in the things of God. May God grant him eternal rest now and give you, his family peace and comfort in knowing that he is now free of illness and pain:)

  6. Weatherall Family says:

    Although we only knew Andrew for a short time, he became a cherished member of our family. We will miss his phone calls and his visits to the farm with his homemade apple pie. Andrew was a truly special person: kind, caring, compassionate and a wonderful friend. Although we met under difficult circumstances, his friendship was such a blessing. We want to extend our sincerest condolences to all of Andrew’s family, and we pray that you will feel God’s comfort surround you. Please know that we will remember Andrew always.

    Alberta, Blair, Karen and Brent Weatherall and Families

  7. Dear Ida and family says:

    So sorry about your loss of Andrew.Still remember Andrew’s friendly face when he worked at Sobey”s.Thinking of you. Linda Schiebelbein

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