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Obituary for Pauline Lozinski (Ignatiuk)

Pauline Lozinski (nee Ignatiuk) passed away on Sunday, November 24th 2019 at the age of 90 years. Pauline was born on October 25, 1929 north of Stenen, Saskatchewan; a daughter to Trofim (Tom) and Veronica (Verna) Ignatiuk. She was raised on the farm and attended the Goodhue School up to grade 9, at which time she had to quit and help on the farm. As a young woman she worked in Preeceville, then moved to Balcarres. Pauline met Albin Lozinski at a dance in Stenen one evening, and on June 23rd 1951 were united in marriage at Canora. This union was blessed with two sons: Wayne & Randy. Pauline was a very hard worker. She milked cows and cared for pigs and chickens on the farm. She took great pride in her garden and house and enjoyed having company, as there was always a meal on the table for anyone who stopped in. She managed to stay in her home with her beautiful large garden in Yorkton till shortly before she passed. At the time of her passing Pauline had been a resident of the Aspen Bluffs Villa in Yorkton.
Predeceased by her parents, Trofim & Veronica; her husband Albin on November 2, 2005; daughter-in-law Beverley Lozinski; brother Bill (and wife Tinia); half-brothers: Fred (and wives Eva & Mary), & Paul; and brother-in-law Joseph Strykowski. Pauline leaves to cherish her memory her two sons: Wayne (Leila) of Hyas; Randy (Sheila) of Yorkton. Grandchildren: Kristin (Chris), Dana (Jocelyn), Dylan and Jaedyn; a great grandchild Shae. Step granddaughter Regan (Craig) Rodgers and step great grandchildren Carter, Jayha & Mckinley; step granddaughter Krystal. Also brothers: Mike (Anne) Nelson of Salmon Arm BC, and John (Sonja) Ignatiuk of Spruce Grove AB; sisters: Anne (Gordon) Jarvie of Victoria BC, Mary Strykowski of Preeceville, and Helen (Grant) Porter of Salmon Arm BC; numerous nieces and nephews and her many other relatives and friends. The funeral service was held on Thursday, November 28th 2019 from Westview United Church in Yorkton with Rev. Catherine Pace officiating. Organist, Sharon Litvanyi led members of the church choir and the congregation in the singing of the hymns 'Joyful, Joyful, We Adore You', 'Those Hearts That We Have Treasured', and 'Abide With Me'. Grandson Dylan (and granddaughtetr Jaedyn) gave the eulogy. The interment took place in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Chris Jordens, Carter Rogers, Rick and Jonathon Strykowski, and Dylan and Dana Lozinski serving as the casketbearers. Memorials were to one's charity of choice. Condolences can be left at