Alexander Kuzmeluk

Alexander David Kuzmeluk

Saturday, March 19th, 1938 - Sunday, February 9th, 2020
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It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Alexander David Kuzmeluk in
Red Deer, Alberta at the age of 81 years.

Loving son of the late Alexander and Esther (née Ford) Kuzmeluk and brother to his
beloved late siblings; Morris, Rachel, Anne and Mary and many nieces and nephews.

Alex will be forever missed by his daughter Laura-Lee (Ian), his son Randy (Kara) and
granddaughter Miranda (Ed), his son Alex (Andrea) and grandson Max, daughter Lisa
(Martin) and grandchildren, Rochelle, Linden and the late Tyler.

Our Dad had a witty sense of humour and a real zest for adventure. He was a jack-of-all
trades, builder, wheeler-dealer, Ruthenian gypsy and country and western music fan
extraordinaire but most of all he was our Dad - our hero! Always seeking the pot-of-gold
and chasing the elusive treasure, Dad, the treasure was always there - it was You.

So Dad, continue your journey and hop aboard Hank William’s fabled Old Log Train and
we will always listen for its whistle.

The family would like to give special thanks to the Staff of the Red Deer Hospice for
their wonderful and compassionate care.

Arrangements in care of Parkland Funeral Home and Crematorium, 6287 – 67 A Street (Taylor Drive), Red Deer. 403.340.4040.

If desired, memorial donations may be made to the Red Deer Hospice at
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Jane Lewis

Posted at 06:06pm
“We owe to genius always the same debt, of lifting the curtain from the common, and showing us that divinities are sitting disguised in the seeming gang of gypsies and pedlars.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson

May you be filled with excitement and love on this next journey, my love.
I will always carry you in my heart.

Perry Hesse

Posted at 04:06pm
To Laura-Lee, Randy, Alex, and Aunt Cathy: I was very saddened to learn of the passing of your beloved Dad and husband, and my beloved , favorite uncle . Of all my uncles on both Mom and Dad's side, Alex was definitely my favorite and he was in many ways a hero to me as well......I will never forget the time that I was walking by the library in Kamloops B.C., in I think 1992 or 93 maybe, and who walked out?....well, lo and behold there was Uncle Alex and my cousin Randy.....what are the odds?.....well we spent some time together over the next few days, then Randy tracked me down in Oliver, B.C. and we hung out some there....and then I randomly ran into cousin Alex Jr. at the Buffalo Hotel in Red Deer......random meetings in the time before cellphones when everyone was on the move and near impossible to stay in touch.....I will treasure these and many other childhood and other great memories of Uncle Alex......a one of a kind special person who will live on in our hearts in peace Alex......we ❤ you man......

Annemarie Turner

Posted at 12:26pm
Dear Laura-Lee, Randy, Alex and Families
I am so very sorry for the great loss of your beloved Dad, and my wonderful Uncle Alex. He has always been my favourite Uncle, and all my memories of him are good ones. I know how much he loved you all, and how very proud he was of you. It meant the world to me that he called me this past Christmas morning and we talked for quite some time. I told him that he had really made my Christmas special, and his call was the best gift ever. We talked about many things. As always, his wonderful sense of humour shone through, and I will remember him for making light of things and for finding jokes (no matter how corny) in most situations. I will also always remember how he used to tease Laura-Lee and I when we were little girls and we had to part ways for me to go home. There were many tears shed at these sad occasions...…..
Please know that my love and thoughts are with you all. Your Dad was a unique and wonderful man, with a big heart, and I will miss him very much.
With love always,

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