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Jeremy Procyshyn
May 2, 1974 – April 14, 2014
It is with great sadness in our hearts that we announce the passing of Jeremy Kenneth Edward Procyshyn of Aberdeen, SK. Jeremy passed away on April 14, 2014. Jeremy was predeceased by his loving son Jesse; Baba and Gido Pauline and Fred Procyshyn; grandparents Ken and Gerry Mackay; aunt Lovie Stadnyk; and cousin Troy Stadnyk. Jeremy is survived by his beloved wife Nadine; sons Mackenzie and Mason; daughter Josie; parents Wayne and Maggie Procyshyn; sister Carly (Terry Peterson) of Calgary, AB; brother Tyler and his children Quinn and Titus of Prud'homme, SK; brother Kyle of Aberdeen, SK; parents-in-law Brian and Laurie Harder of Saskatoon, SK; brother-in- law Chris Harder and children Devaughn and Desean; sister-in-law Bonnie (Aaron) Rhodes and their children Tristen and Alex of Saskatoon, SK; along with many aunts, uncles and cousins. Jeremy was born in Saskatoon on May 2, 1974. He attended school in Aberdeen from K to 12, attending Mount Royal Collegiate for two semesters while he played AAA Midget hockey for the Saskatoon Contacts. Jeremy had many interests as a young man. He loved playing music with his friends in a band they called Water. He played High School Volleyball in Aberdeen and went on to represent Saskatchewan on the Provincial Midget Men's Volleyball team for two seasons. Jeremy was also an accomplished Ukrainian Dancer. He competed in Dance Festivals in Saskatchewan and Alberta winning many awards. Jeremy married Nadine Harder on August 6, 2005. They lived in Aberdeen. Jeremy and Nadine spent many hours with their children landscaping and fencing the yard, building many play structures and tending to their pride and joy, the family garden. Jeremy had a passion for fishing and camping. He was always willing to help on the family farm, bringing Mason and Josie for a ride on the combine. Jeremy was quick to help anyone, especially his uncle Jake. He was very proud of his son Mackenzie as he attended school in Vancouver, moving and living there on his own. Jeremy's career as an oil rig worker started many years ago as rough neck and worked his way up to Driller. Jeremy's love and sacrifice for his family will never be forgotten. The world was his friend, always that unassuming smile, a strong, kind man with a heart of gold. Jeremy will be sadly missed by family and friends. A Memorial Service will be held at the Aberdeen Community Hall, Aberdeen, SK on Saturday, April 19, 2014 at 2:00 p.m., officiated by Rev. Dale Morrison. Interment will follow in Aberdeen Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations can be made in Jeremy's name to his children's education fund at the Aberdeen Affinity Credit Union. To send online condolences, visit "Obituaries & Tributes." Arrangements entrusted to James Werezak, Park Funeral Chapel, 306.244.2103.

Published in The Saskatoon StarPhoenix from Apr. 16 to Apr. 17, 2014
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