Charles Byczynski of Yorkton and formerly of Bredenbury, Saskatchewan passed away on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at the age of 89 years.
Charles Byczynski was born to Peter and Mary Byczynski in Alexander Manitoba on April 20,1930. Early on they moved to Rocanville Saskatchewan. They settled into a 2 storey home and kept cows and chickens and grew a large garden. Charlie attended school in Rocanville until grade 6. One of his first paying jobs was at a local bakery. He then went to work for the railway at Bear Creek. He met his first wife Maxine (Davies) in Rocanville. They were married in 1955 and were blessed with 3 boys: Stephen, Timothy and Michael.
In 1962 they moved to Bredenbury and Charlie gained employment at IMC K1 mine. He worked there on the belt crew until he retired in 1995. Over those years Charlie served on town council ,was a hockey coach. He brought Boy Scouts to Bredenbury as their first boyscout leader. He was a golfer, and a fisherman. Charlie also loved to go camping with his family.
Charlie remarried in 2002. Anne and Charlie enjoyed their life in Bredenbury until 2018 when they moved to an apartment in Yorkton. Charlie leaves to mourn his passing and celebrate his life: his wife Anne, his daughter in law Marlene, granddaughter Stacy (Jeff), grandson Chad (Brianne) and great grandson Brooks. His son Tim and daughter in law Bev, grandsons Kirk, Clark (Andrea), Scott (Raquel) and Adam. His son Michael, daughter in law Sheryl, grandson Austin and granddaughters Madisson (Dexter) and Kathleen (Anthony). As well as Anne’s family Bev, Walter, John and their spouses and children. His Brother in laws Gord (Ann) Davies and Ken Davies as well as nieces and nephews.
Charlie is predeceased by his wife Maxine (1987), his son Stephen (2005), his parents Peter and Mary and his inlaws Bill and Gertrude. His brother Ed and Ed’s wife Gene.
After a brief stay in hospital, Charlie passed away peacefully in the early morning of May 22, 2019.
A Memorial Service will be held for Charles on Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 11:00 am from the Bredenbury Town Hall in Bredenbury, SK.
A private family Interment will follow in the Bredenbury Town Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Town of Bredenbury Community Rink or to the charity of ones choice.