Anne Stoski

Anne Stoski (Wozney)

Friday, March 11th, 1927 - Thursday, May 14th, 2020
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Anne Stoski was born on March 11, 1927 in the Wroxton district of Saskatchewan, the second youngest of eight siblings born to Alex and Anna (nee Yasinsky) Wozney. As a young woman, Anne ventured to Saskatoon, where she met Albert Stoski. The couple were united in marriage on July 12, 1950. In 1959 the couple moved to Winnipeg, and would reside and work there for the next 29 years. In 1988 the couple retired and moved back to Saskatchewan, settling in Yorkton. Anne was a social person, she enjoyed the company of others, she and Albert were very involved in the church life at the Family Worship Centre for many years. Anne was a wonderful wife, daughter, sister, cousin, aunt and good friend to many people. Albert passed away in December of 2010, and following that time Anne maintained her independence as long as she could. At the time of her passing on Sunday, May 14th Anne had been a resident of the Aspen Bluffs Villa. Predeceased by her husband Albert in December of 2010; parents Alex and Anna; brothers Mike, Harry & John, and by sisters Catherine, Marie & Elsie. She is survived by her brother Walter of Yorkton, and by numerous nieces, nephews and her many other relatives and friends. The graveside service was held on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at the family plot at the Yorkton City Cemetery with Pastor Tim Sheppard of The Family Worship Centre officiating. Memorials in Anne's name may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation may be made as tokens of remembrance. Condolences can be left at
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    Yorkton City Cemetery
    King St. East
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    Pastor Tim Sheppard
  • Interment

    Yorkton City Cemetery
    King St. East
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Edward Skilnick

Posted at 02:12pm
Anne was one of my favourite aunts from the time she and Albert first came to Winnipeg in July of 1951. Anne and Al took up residence in a two room apartment at 164 Horace Street, only a block away from our house. We spent many years together enjoying the holidays with Anne and Al. In 1957, they moved to Elmwood at 520 Montrose (Larsen) and in 1963, they moved to 641 McLeod until moving back to Yorkton in 1988.
Anne and Al did not have any immediate family, and us, four boys became her 'family'. We enjoyed going to her house, watching tv, having lunch with her special sandwiches, going to the theatre, the park and zoo, and receiving those special presents on our birthdays and Christmas. We travelled back and forth with them on trips to Saskatchewan for summer holidays and were regarded as their kids.
Anne's doors were always open, as we passed by their home, we had a permanent invitation to drop in or spend the night. After my Mother passed in 2006, Anne and I would spend many an hour on the phone talking about people from Old Winnipeg and a four hour conversation was not uncommon. As our relatives diminished over the years, our neuclus of Anne and brother, Walter kept our family alive. We have many memories of Anne and I will never forget the part that she played in our Family's life. Rest now Anne, you deserve it.

Donna Clark

Posted at 11:45pm
On behalf of the Haidey Family, we were saddened to hear of our Auntie Anne’s passing. We each have our own special memories of her, the family get-togethers, the visits at the farm by Melfort, and the exciting Riverboat Cruise they took us on when we visited them in Winnipeg. It never mattered how much time passed between visits, Auntie Anne never seemed to change. She was always impeccable and such a joy to be around.
Rest In Peace Auntie, we take comfort in knowing you are reunited with our beloved Uncle Albert.
Niece Donna and Dave Clark.

Fran Kalichuk

Posted at 06:07pm
Memories of my Aunt Anne are many - she was known to us as the "City Auntie" who always came to the farm for a visit when she was visiting from Winnipeg. It's always such a great loss to lose a family member; those left behind will always cherish many fond memories of Anne. Rest in Peace.

Liz Adam

Posted at 04:21pm
My family had the privilege to interact and become friends through our Family Worship Church. She was an amazing classy lady.She was a kind,loving person,who had a heart for the poor and less fortunate. Her strong walk with the Lord was an inspiration, she had a strong relationship with her Lord and Savior Jesus,having a revelation of His redemption and provision for her and others.She was always a strong prayer warrior interceeding for others in need.She spoke to me about the kind parents and fun as a family they had though they didn't have much ,but knew they were loved. I know she is expierencing now,all that she read and believed in the word of God,which was so precious to her.I have been blessed to have known her for the short time here.❤Till I meet her in heaven again! Liz.Adam


Iris Rose Lott

Posted at 03:07am
To my beloved Aunt Anne, who passed away May 14, 2020.. Your lovely voice and laughter, your mischievous smile, your warmth and kind words, your presence. Your light will always shine. Rest in Peace. I hope to see you one day again.

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