Kyle Bazansky, husband of Danielle and son of Donna and the Late Brian Bazansky, passed away on Thursday, September 17, 2020 in Saskatoon, SK. He was 34 years of age.
The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, September 24 at 2:00pm from the Sturgis Community Hall with Rev. Miles Russell of Grace United Church officiating.
The interment will follow in the Sturgis Community Cemetery.
Memorial donations may be made to a Trust Fund for Kyle's sons as gifts of remembrance.
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Kyle “Baz, Bazzle, Kbaz” Brent Bazansky was lovingly welcomed into the world by his parents Donna and Brian on Tuesday April 22nd, 1986 at Preeceville Union Hospital.
Kyle’s childhood was spent on a farm North of Stenen, Saskatchewan, as well as, in the community of Sturgis, Saskatchewan. Kyle completed his school years at Sturgis Elementary and Sturgis Composite High School.
Childhood memories involve family camping and fishing trips, quadding at Baba and Gedo’s farm, summers spent at grandma and grandpa’s cabin at Nelson lake, trips to Disneyland and Phoenix AZ., and numerous hockey and lacrosse trips with family and friends.
Kyle was very involved in athletics throughout his life. Kyle participated in high school lacrosse, volleyball, basketball, as well as, golf. He played hockey on many different teams and within numerous communities. Sturgis, Preeceville, Canora, Hudson Bay, Yorkton Terriers AA, Moose Jaw AAA Warriors, and the Tri Town Thunder are just a couple of the towns and teams that Kyle played for. Kyle often led his team in scoring and could be counted on to come through with the winning goal, and provide the laughs in the dressing room, on the bench, and of course at the after party.
Kyle also loved the game of lacrosse. He spent many years playing for the Sturgis Trojans field lacrosse team, as well as, the Yorkton Bulldogs box lacrosse team. Kyle helped the Trojans win numerous provincial championships and collected a Provincial All-Star Award for every year played. In addition, Kyle won the National All-Star award in 2004 while representing Team Sask. Kyle took his love for lacrosse to Nanaimo, B.C. to play for the Junior A Timbermen. Later, Kyle moved to St. Louis, Missouri to play for Lindenwood University. Here Kyle won several awards, including tournament MVP and Rookie of the Year. Once Kyle’s formal lacrosse years were over you could still find him tossing the ball around with friends, and playing in as many senior games as his work schedule would allow.
On December 12, 2011 Kyle and Danielle welcomed their first son Nolan. Kyle and Danielle wed on February 9th, 2013 in Warman, Saskatchewan. The family welcomed their second son Nash on April 17, 2014. Nolan and Nash were Kyle’s pride and joy. Kyle was a loving father and husband. Nolan and Nash spent many hours playing hockey, lacrosse, wrestling, swimming, and laughing with their Dad. It is often thought Kyle enjoyed the kids toys, video games, and silliness just as much or even more than the boys themselves!
Kyle was predeceased by his father Brian and Gedo Harry. Left to cherish his memory is his wife Danielle; sons Nolan and Nash; mother Donna; brother Tyler (Nicole) Bazansky; sister Brittany (Kevin) Stringfellow; grandparents Beryle & Ivan Britton, as well as, Baba Florence Bazansky; mother-in-law Nicolette; father-in-law Ken Tournier; sister-in-law Chantalle (Jordan) Gudelot. Two adored nieces Ellie Stringfellow and Evers Gudelot; two special nephews Theo and Tucker Stringfellow. In addition, Kyle leaves his love to numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, teammates, coaches, billets and co-workers.
Arrangements have been entrusted to Preeceville Funeral Home.
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