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HLADUN, Alice July 19, 1935- Sept.22, 2022. 87 years of age.
Alice was born the third of four children. Alice went to the Aisne School south of the present farm. Alice met Walter at a wedding of Walter’s brother Ernest. They were married on Aug 20, 1954 and then moved to the present farm in 1955. Alice was proud of the farm that grandfather and grandmother started and wanted to keep it going in the family. On one quarter Alice helped break the land and got a winter coat. Alice and Walter milked cows (a dairy business) for a long time from 1955 to 1976. After selling the dairy cattle, Alice and Walter took the family on a vacation to see Walter’s brother in Toronto, Ont. Alice and Walter’s best vacation was a bus tour to B.C.
Alice volunteered on the Nursing Home Auxiliary from 1994-2018. Alice not only baked and served at their teas, but she also was on the phoning committee and spent hours on the phone contacting members about meetings, teas or cancellations.
Alice wanted to have a girl’s get away and at least once a year would take a trip to Saskatoon for shopping and most importantly to visit her brother Mike and his wife Alice. They would have a nice meal and visit. Until Alice’s passing, she missed her parents, brother and sister who passed away.
Alice enjoyments was walking the dogs Pax and Venus, on the farm. Alice loved to cut grass, garden and house clean and make meals. Alice liked watching curling, game shows and Ukrainian and older country music channels, puzzles and word search puzzles.
Alice loved talking to her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She loved her grandchildren dearly and whenever you needed a helping hand babysitting or baking or household chores she was there to help. Alice was always there!
Alice had health issues for many years but would not give up. Alice lived on the farm her entire life.
She leaves to cherish her memory; daughters Arlene (Delbert) Kindiak, Linda (Warren) Weber, Brenda and her son Kelly.
Also left cherishing the memory of Baba, Grandma, Great Baba and Great Grandma are Peter (Rebecca), their children Theo, Leila and Ferguson Kindiak; Jill, (Will) their child Sullivan Wellman; Chelsey Weber; Chris and Karmen, Alice and Elizabeth Lutz; Megan and Kent, Julia,Harrison and Blake Shindle; and Greg Lutz; one brother Walter and wife Jean-Anne Nicholaichuk and sister-in-law Alice Nicholaichuk as well as several nieces, nephews and friends.
Alice is predeceased by her husband Walter, parents Peter and Mary Nicholaichuk, stepsister Doris Wosminity, and brother Mike Nicholaichuk.
Kamsack and District Nursing Home Auxillary
Box 323, Kamsack, Saskatchewan SK s0a1s0