Al Ferleyko

Al Ferleyko

Monday, January 18th, 1932 - Sunday, May 24th, 2020
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Albert was the seventh and last child born to Steve and Nellie (Goreski) Ferleyko on January 18, 1932. He grew up on the family farm near Melville Saskatchewan and received his education at Reimer School. He continued to enjoy farming and working alongside his brothers on the farm for many years.

In his early years, Al worked for Martin’s Bakery and Smith Fruit where he met the love of his life. On August 25, 1956 he married Agnes Margaret Zandee at St. Andrew’s United Church in Yorkton, Sask. They were blessed with five children, Deborah, David, Donna, Diane and lastly Darren born in 1973. Always together they built a family, this was their treasure.

Al retired from Western Grocers after 40 years of employment where he worked as a warehouse superintendent. He met many people and made many friends. In his retirement he enjoyed going for coffee every morning with his friends.

Al loved his family, nothing gave him as much pleasure as spending time with his family and friends. He enjoyed his home and his yard. Many years were spent camping and enjoying a campfire. He loved his pets over the years and always loved petting any dog or cat. Al and Agnes enjoyed playing cards, dancing and visiting with their neighbors and friends. He was a master at bowling and was seen at the Yorkton Bowling Alley a couple times a week. He was involved in every aspect of his children’s sports, ranging from hockey, figure skating, baseball, bowling and could be seen travelling many weekends to support them. Always a smile, always a handshake, Al was loved by all who met him.

Al leaves to cherish his memory, his children, Deborah McFarlane of Calgary, David (Nicole) of Edmonton, Donna (Terry) Best of Regina, Diane (Carey) Gleason of Yorkton, Darren of Calgary. His grandchildren, Abby (Ryan), Anita (John) Alden, Evan, Brittnie (Josh), Jordan (Aaron), Amanda, Chris, Curtis, Hannah, Hayden, Heather. His great grandchildren, Max, Maggie, Emmett, Kyp, Kaiden and Aria. His sister in laws Nellie and Carol, many nieces and nephews, relatives and friends, and his faithful companion Ronnie. He is predeceased by his loving wife, Agnes, his parents, brothers, John, Joe, William, and Rudy, his sisters Lena and Mary, his grandson Adam.

Memorial donations may be made to Westview United Church (355 Bradbrooke Dr, Yorkton, SK S3N 2K7), or to Paws & Claws Animal Rescue (Box 1047, Yorkton, SK S3N 2X3) as gifts of remembrance.
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    Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre
    Highway #10 East
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    Rev. Deborah Smith


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Barb Patzer

Posted at 09:35pm
My deepest sympathy goes out to you, Al's family. Al worked with my husband Ches at Sunspun. I remember Al's big smile and his wonderful sense of humour. May all the great memories you have of your dad, and grandpa keep his memory close to your heart as you navigate these times of loss. He will be missed.

Leona Bisch

Posted at 02:20pm
On Behalf of Bill and Leona Bisch; we send out deepest sympathies to Al's family. He will be remembered for that contagious smile and enthusiastic greeting. Always a pleasure to visit with. He will live on through your memories. Hugs

Norman Family

Posted at 10:00pm
We are saddened by your loss Debbie. Our hearts ache for you and the family during this time.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Don and Kari Norman, Regina

Randy Chan

Posted at 05:04pm
On behalf of what was the 'management & staff' of Chan's Central Groceteria, we wish to extend our humble condolences, to Diane and the rest of the Ferleyko family on Al's passing. Al was part of a great core that helped greatly to carry our family in turn over many years. How fortunate we were to be able to know Al better as family friend! You are still our sunshine.../Randy, & especially on behalf of my folks Kay + Ron Chan (Richmond, BC)

Westview United Church

Posted at 11:42pm
Sending our heartfelt thoughts and prayers from Westview United Church. God Bless you all at this difficult time and we pray your tomorrows will be brightened by your fondest memories. Our Sincere Sympathy.

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