Seamus Lubiniecki

Seamus John Lubiniecki

Monday, April 14th, 1969 - Friday, June 7th, 2019
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LUBINIECKI - Seamus Lubiniecki beloved father of Teagan, Tannis and Reece Lubiniecki, son of Del and JoAnn Lubiniecki passed away at his home in Langenburg on Friday, June 7, 2019. He was fifty years of age. Seamus John Lubiniecki was born in Medicine Hat, Alberta on April14, 1969 to parents Del and JoAnn Lubiniecki. They moved to Calgary and in 1971, Seamus's brother Shane was born. They then moved to Lethbridge where Seamus attended elementary school. It was here that he was active in the sport of boxing. Seamus's agility and dedication to the sport earned him many titles in Alberta. The Lubiniecki family moved to Yorkton in 1982 where Seamus attended Composite Junior High. He loved playing baseball at this age. Seamus was quick to make friends in Yorkton, at his junior high school and then as he continued on to Yorkton Regional High School. Seamus's days as a teenager in Yorkton are remembered fondly by his classmates and peers. He was a fun loving and unique character. Many who grew up in Yorkton in the 1980's will remember Seamus's famous "stick man van". There are countless humorous stories of Seamus's experiences from this time in his life. In 1987 Seamus's family moved to Crystal Lake and Seamus attended Sturgis School. He completed grade 11 and then chose to enter the workforce. He was employed as a roofer by Jim Wilton. He then went out to B.C. and Alberta where he had several temporary construction jobs. In 1990 he moved to Saskatoon where he again worked as a roofer. It was here in Saskatoon in 1991 that he met Reni Morash, who he would go on to marry in 1996. Seamus attended SIAST in Saskatoon for pre-employment machining and earned his journeyman machinist ticket in 1996. He was employed as a machinist by Hitachi and by JNE Welding in Saskatoon. Seamus joined the Millwright Union Hall Local 1021 in 1996. He worked at many plant sites across the province through the union and earned his journeyman millwright ticket in 2000. Seamus's oldest daughter, Teagan was born in Saskatoon in 1998, followed by his second daughter Tannis in 2000. In 2000, the family moved to Hudson Bay, SK for employment with Weyerhauser. In 2003 his youngest daughter Reece was born. The girls have fond family memories of camping, fishing, and time spent surrounded by nature in Hudson Bay. Regular gatherings with other Hudson Bay families brought lifelong friendships from this period in time. In 2008, the family moved to Churchbridge, SK. for employment with Mosaic. Seamus coached girls ball in Churchbridge and enjoyed the girl's early years of hockey. Although his marriage to Reni ended at this time, they remained friends, particularly in the last several years of his life. In 2014 Seamus began work at Snow Lake, MB with Hudbay Minerals. He would travel back and forth from his home in Langenburg to his work in Snow Lake on a weekly basis. He enjoyed the drive, often stopping to pick rocks along the way. He loved his Snow Lake family. He thought of his roommate Riley Eastman as a brother and Riley's mom and dad, Gail and Gator Eastman as another set of parents. He was well liked by his coworkers had many good friends in the Snow Lake community. A month before his passing he had commented how he loved his current life and how his time in Snow Lake brought him complete happiness.
Seamus will be remembered for his sense of humor. He made so many people he came into contact with laugh. He could change the workplace from a place of boredom to a place of fun. And a party just wasn't the same without Seamus. Seamus will be remembered for his love of animals, especially dogs and cats. When he saw a dog, he could not stop himself from petting or hugging it and many a cat were wrapped in blankets and cradled in his arms. Seamus will be remembered for his preoccupation with rocks. He picked them, he hauled them, he made Inukshuks with them and he never stopped dreaming of building with them. Seamus loved family gatherings. He loved to tease his nieces and nephews and younger cousins. He was always entertaining and they looked forward to his visits. He loved a good fish fry and a bonfire (the bigger the better). He was a warm and welcoming person, at ease with anyone, and he loved to visit with friends and family of all ages.
Seamus was predeceased by his grandparents Leo and Alma Lubiniecki of Sturgis; and James and Joan Dodd of St. John's NFLD, his uncles, Bernie Lubiniecki and Kevin Lubiniecki. He leaves to cherish his memory his three daughters, Teagan, Tannis and Reece Lubiniecki of Churchbridge and their mother Reni Morash of Churchbridge; his parents, Del and Jo Ann Lubiniecki of Crystal Lake; his brother Shane (Corinne) Lubiniecki of Yorkton; his Snow Lake "family", as well as numerous aunts, uncles, relatives and friends.
A celebration of Seamus's life was held on Friday, June 14, 2019 from the Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre with Crystal Bailey, Certified Celebrant officiating. Tributes and words of remembrance were given by Reece, Reni and Seamus's cousin, Raegan. Musical selections were Simple Man and Freebird by Lynyrd Skynyrd. Condolences can be sent to the family at Arrangements were entrusted to Bailey's Funeral and Cremation Care Yorkton.
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    Friday, June 14th, 2019 | 3:00pm
    Friday, June 14th, 2019 3:00pm
    Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre
    Highway #10 East
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Kim (Ford) Woima

Posted at 10:36am
I had the pleasure of meeting Seamus in grade 7 when I sat next to him is Mrs. Neil’s homeroom class. Whenever I think of Seamus, I will always remember his incredible sense of humour. Whether it was drawing stick figure posters in his role as campaign manager for the Yorkdale student council elections or spray painting a stick figure on his van in high school, he always reminded us to see the humour in everything. I am forever grateful that I had the chance to know him and for the laughter and memories he brought to my life. My deepest condolences go out to his family and friends. He will be greatly missed.

Annette Lamontagne

Posted at 12:57pm
Our deepest sympathies on losing your beloved Father Son brother and friend Seamus . We soon realized we had Churchbridge in common and would usually share a beer whenever we saw each other out. I recognized the name Morash right away. Snow lake thanks you's for sharing him with us as he was a kind funny and caring man and made himself a part of our town and the Eastman family. they will miss him dearly too. I was so shocked to hear he had passed away on Saturday but was honored to sit with Riley and his whole crew who came out to honor him and share Seamus stories . please know what a loved and honored man he was. He always had a smile and loved and talked of his family. I am so glad he got to bring you up here fishing and hope you's will get to come again to visit.
sincerest sympathy from our family
Annette, Jordie and Jade Dawson

Grace and Jim Wilton

Posted at 07:32am
Seamus was like a son to us. He spent many times visiting at our house! Often he would come over to hang out with his friends and would end up sitting with Jim and I drinking
tea . He loved all animals including our dog and cat "Loaf and captain Buff" .they would get a good mauling even though he was allergic.Hope he is fishing in heaven!
Our heartfelt condolences to his mom and dad,Reni and his girls.

Patrick Wilton

Posted at 11:37am
I spent a lot of time with Seamus growing up. He was always up for an “adventure” or what was really a misadventure looking back. I could tell you stories for days of the “remember when Seamus did.......”. Seamus was another son in my family and a true brother in every sense of the word. Our deepest condolences from my family to his family and loved ones. Seamus will be truly missed but never forgotten......

Brian Shkwarchuk

Posted at 10:32am
I definitely had a fun time hanging with Seamus in my younger years. I still have those remember the time... stories to this day. You will never be forgotten and I am privileged that I had the chance to know you and experience a one of a kind person that you were. Thanks for the memories and one day I'll see you at the party in the sky.

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