Diane Oystreck

Diane Janette Oystreck

Sunday, January 6th, 1946 - Saturday, April 25th, 2020
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Diane was born at Yorkton on January 6, 1946 to Peter and Mary (nee Wasylyshen) Homenchuk. Diane and her twin brother Don were the youngest of three with older brother Milt. At a very young age the family moved from the Rhein district to Yorkton, where she received her schooling. After graduation she completed an office administration course. She worked for Household Finance and the Yorkton Housing Authority. Diane met the love of her life when Mike Oystreck moved into her parent's rental suite in the basement of their Yorkton home. They were married June 10, 1967 and were blessed with three daughters, Donna (1970), Sherry (1972) and Karen (1977). The family then moved to Rhein where Mike started working for UGG and Diane enjoyed staying home and raising the family. Baba Diane was well known for being a great cook and baker who loved to share with everyone. As soon as anyone showed up at the house she always felt the need to feed them. Mike and Diane were very lucky to travel all over with great friends and family. From hot holidays, fishing trips, sledding trips, weekends at Madge, family Disney trips and so many weekend getaways. In their early years they enjoyed many weekends attending sports days, watching Mike play ball, playing cards, and enjoying dances and outings with friends. When the kids were younger, summers were spent at the family cabin at Sunny Side Beach where many great memories were made skiing, boating and around camp fires. In recent years they enjoyed days on the deck at Lake of the Prairies, fishing on the river, enjoying great Rider games and the odd bevy with friends. Winter brought many sledding days and watching the grandchildren at the hockey or curling rink. Diane always enjoyed being around friends and family and being able to take care of everyone. She was known as baba to everyone. Her life revolved around her family, but more than anything her grandkids were her greatest joy. Diane was predeceased by her parents, Peter and Mary Homenchuk; mother and father-in-law Tom and Martha Oystreck; twin brother Don, brother and sisters-in-law Edward Oystreck, Metro Oystreck, Bruce and Mary Allin and Lorne and Janice Krochak. Diane is survived by her husband Mike; her children: Donna (Willie) Neumann, Sherry (Dallas) Harrison, and Karen (Randy) Blayone; six grandchildren: Riley, Tyson, Brody, Brandy, Staci and Marli and four great grandchildren: William, JJ, Hunter, and Hallie. Also a brother Milt and sisters-in-law Helen Oystreck and Lorraine Rudnisky, as well as numerous nieces, nephews and her many other relatives and friends. A family memorial service was held on Tuesday, April 28th 2020 from the Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre with Crystal Bailey BTh officiating. The interment took place in the Trinity Columbarium in the Garden of Memories. In Diane's memory, memorials to Jowsey House c/o The Health Foundation, 41 Betts Ave. Yorkton, SK S3N 1M1 would be appreciated by the family. Condolences can be left at
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    Yorkton Memorial Gardens
    Highway #10 East
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    Crystal Bailey, Certified Celebrant
  • Interment

    Yorkton Memorial Gardens
    Highway #10 East
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Louise Woroschuk

Posted at 01:50pm
Dear Mike & Family. I was so saddened to hear about your loss. I knew Diane from when we lived on Logan Cresc., being neighbors to Peter & Mary. Our daughters would play with their grandaughters, Karen, Sherry & Donna. I remember Diane as a warm and kind lady and always a warm smile. My deepest heartfelt sympathy and condolences to you, Mike and your whole family. May her memory always be eternal.
Louise & Stan Woroschuk
Yorkton, Sk


Posted at 09:36am
Sending our deepest condolences. We will always remember being graciously welcomed into your home and always well fed. She will be greatly missed🙏🏻

Julian Malinsky

Posted at 11:05pm
Dear Mike, our deepest condolence to You and Your Family, may Diane Rest in Peace!
Cherish the Memories! Pic taken @ Veregin´s Annual Shishliki Supper - Apr. 2018
Julian & Gail Malinsky, Ajijic, Mex


Posted at 01:50am
Mike and Family

So sorry to hear of Diane's passing please accept our condolences.
Take Care

Mike and Yo

Larry Boychuk

Posted at 05:17pm
I didn’t know Diane very well but I know she was very special to Mike, my fiend who I grew up with.
Mike and the family are facing immense grief during this challenging time and can only find solace in remembering Diane as she was during her lifetime and take care to never let the memories they shared together lapse and fade away.
My sincere condolences to Mike and family.
Lawrence Boychuk
Vancouver B.C.

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