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Randy Wionzek

1958 ~ 2022 (age 63)


The family of Randy Wionzek, beloved husband of Sylvia Wionzek of the Hazel Dell district, sadly announce his passing on Tuesday, February 8, 2022. He was 63 years of age.

A visitation for family and friends will be held on Friday, February 11, 2022 from 7-9 pm from the chapel of Preeceville Funeral Home.

Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Saturday, February 12, 2022 at 11:00 am from St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Sturgis.

Those wishing to support the family may also view the funeral by clicking the live-stream link below beginning at 10:45 am.

In memory of Randy memorial donations may be made to Kinsmen Telemiracle as gifts of remembrance.

       Randolph Joseph Wionzek was born April 8, 1958 to Florence (Fullowka) and Joseph Wionzek at the Invermay Hospital. Randy was raised on the family farm near Hazel Dell, Saskatchewan. Randy was the eldest of three children. Randy attended Shaftesbury School in Hazel Dell, Saskatchewan and later attended high school in Sturgis, Saskatchewan.

     In his youth, he participated in and enjoyed team roping, and showing both light and heavy horses. He was a director of the Invermay Agricultural Society. Randy and his father also gave sleigh rides at Hazel Dell Husky Days with their Belgian draft horse team.

     Randy worked alongside his father, Joseph, on the family farm. Randy enjoyed lifelong careers as a cattleman, farmer, and truck driver. He cared deeply for many animals, from the smallest kitten to the biggest horse. He enjoyed farm sales, car shows, and collecting farm toys and other vintage memorabilia.

     On July 8, 1989, Randy married Sylvia Rubletz - the love of his life. Together they built their own homestead and started their farm. Together they had three children: Cody, Joel, and Jessylee. Randy was a hard worker, enjoyed animals, the outdoors, and family life. Randy’s children were his pride and joy and he was very proud of all their accomplishments. Randy was also very proud of and loved dearly his son-in-law, Bryce, and daughter-in-law, Sarah. 

     He loved to get up early and watch the sunrises. Randy loved to visit with his children shared many hours sitting on the deck with them, in the summer, talking, drinking iced tea, and having bonfires. Randy did not like large crowds or public speaking, but one to one or in a group of friends he could talk and visit with them for hours. He was a shoulder to lean on, a helping hand if you need one, and purveyor of advice and wisdom, or just someone who would listen. 

     Randy is predeceased by his maternal grandparents Joseph and Pauline (Diakow) Fullowka, his paternal grandparents Frank and Katherine (Macala) Wionzek, his father Joseph Wionzek, his maternal uncles Zygmund Fullowka, Adolph (Mary) Fullowka, Mike (Helen) Fullowka, his maternal aunts Bernice (Paul) Turko, Ann (Carl) Brezinski, his paternal uncles Stanley (Nellie) Wionzek, Marion Wionzek, Steve (Margaret) Wionzek, Ben (Mary) Wionzek, his paternal aunts Helen (Martin) Wilgosh, Stella (Willy) Konjolka, Emily (John) Winnitowy. 

     Randy is survived by his wife Sylvia Wionzek, his children Cody Wionzek, Joel and Sarah Wionzek, and Jessylee and Bryce Doerksen, his mother, Florence Wionzek, his brother and sister in law Chester and Debbie Wionzek and their children, Christopher and Scott (Abby), his younger brother and sister-in-law, Lawerence and Sheryl Wionzek and their children, Sydney, Payton, and Xander. 

     He is also survived by his aunt Mary (Ted) Sochan of Creighton, Saskatchewan, Walter and Grace Wionzek of Canora, Saskatchewan, and Mary (Ben) Wionzek of Toronto, Ontario. 

     He is also survived by his sister-in-law Marie (Walter) Parmley of Canora, Saskatchewan, and his brother-in-law Robin Rubletz of Canora, Saskatchewan and numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends. 

Funeral arrangements are in care of Preeceville Funeral Home.

To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Randy, please visit our floral store.


Visitation for Family and Friends
February 11, 2022

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Chapel of Preeceville Funeral Home
233 2nd Ave. N.E.
Preeceville, Sask S0A 3B0

Funeral Mass
February 12, 2022

11:00 AM
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church
112 1st Ave NW
Sturgis, Sask S0A4A0

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