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Stanley "Stan" Pucak

Wednesday, February 8th, 1933 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Obituary

Passed away peacefully at the Bridlewood Manor, Brockville on Friday, March 20, 2020, at the age of 87 years. Beloved husband of Annie Pucak and dear brother of Ivanka Torbica and half brother to Helena Ivacan. Will be fondly remembered by several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his sister Marja and by a brother Max.

Stan was born in Breznicki Hum, Croatia and immigrated to Canada in 1968. He lived in Hamilton and worked for the National Steel Company for 2 and a half years before moving to Port Elgin where he worked for Ontario Hydro until his retirement. He was a member of St. Joseph's Church and loved traveling the World.

A private family Funeral Liturgy life will be held on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at the Irvine Memorial Chapel at Roselawn, Maitland followed by interment in the Roselawn Memorial Gardens.

As expressions of sympathy, donations to the Brockville and District Hospital Palliative Care will be gratefully acknowledged.

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Service Details

  • Service

    Tuesday, March 24th, 2020 |
    When
    Tuesday, March 24th, 2020
    Location
    Irvine Memorial Chapel at Roselawn
    Address
    2451 County Road 15
    Maitland, ON K0E 1P0
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    Notes
    A private family Funeral Liturgy life will be held followed by interment in the Roselawn Memorial Gardens.
    Officiant
    Fr. Jacob Chelamootil
  • Interment

    Location
    Roselawn Memorial Gardens
    Address
    2451 County Road 15
    (Maitland Road) P.O. Box 44
    Maitland, Ontario K0E 1P0
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Donations are being accepted for: BROCKVILLE AND DISTRICT HOSPITAL FOUNDATION.

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Lillian Novotny

Posted at 07:27pm
my dear Annie,
May Jesus, Mary, and Joseph be with you and comfort you in your time of sorrow and may Stan's soul and the souls of all our dear departed rest in eternal peace. Be assured of my prayers and empathy.
Mike and I both enjoyed your friendship and time spent with you in Port Elgin. Those were wonderful days. Stan and Mike have both gone to be with their Creator. We must trust in God's mercy and live with happy thoughts and memories of them. No doubt they are praying for us that we remain strong in our Faith so that when our turn comes we will be ready to meet Him also and join with them in the everlasting peace and joy of heaven.
With love and prayers, Lillian.
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Norbert & Anne Hanz

Posted at 05:47pm
Dear Annie - we were so sorry to learn of Stan's passing, and wish to convey our deepest sympathy to you. May he now rest in eternal peace.

You had notified us of your move to Brockville, and although that is still several hours away from us, we had spoken of trying to visit you there before the Corona pandemic hit. We will still try to do that once visiting becomes possible again. You and Stan were always like family to us, and we will always treasure the times we spent together, both in the choir and in our homes.
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Sandy Rackley

Posted at 06:43pm
Annie, I am so sorry to hear of your Stan’s passing. I enjoyed hearing of your trips and adventures when I would see you at the Dental office. I wish you well as you adjust to your new situation, and wish you peace as you touch all the happy memories you made with Stan.
Sandy Rackley
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Ivica Torbica

Posted at 08:07pm
Dear Uncle Slavko (Stan), back in 1968 you left Croatia and now you have left our lives. How far you have been in Canada, however, you have been close to us with your letters and visits to your old home and family. You have taught us how an honest man anywhere in the world can fulfill his dreams with honest work. You were the guiding star for how we should behave in life. Thank you for all that you made it possible for us.
Dear Annie we mourn with you and your family in Canada.
Family Pucak, Ivanchan, Lugar and Torbica from Croatia.
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Ron Hutt

Posted at 11:36pm
I first met Stan when I started at Bruce "A". As a young mechanic, I really enjoyed working with him, hearing his stories of the old country and things he had learned over the years. He had a particular way that he approached each job and I still think of his saying "Take Time Make Nice" when I work in my shop today. He truly was a very kind and considerate person.
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