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Dean Edward Sikorski

Aug 19, 1963 - Jul 24, 2020

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Thursday, August 6, 2020
1:30 pm
A memorial service to celebrate Dean’s life will be held at the Sylvan Lake Alliance Church 4404-47Ave on Thursday August 6, 2020 at 1:30PM. The gathering will be limited to 100 people, as per COVID 19 health guidelines. If able, please bring your own facial mask a few will be on hand if you are

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For those wishing to make a memorial donation in Dean’s name, please give to the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute, Edmonton, Alberta.

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Dean Sikorski

1963-2020

It is with sadness that we announce that Dean Edward Sikorski passed away suddenly in the early morning of July 24, 2020 at his home in Sylvan Lake at the age of 56.

Dean was born in Edmonton on August 19, 1963. He was an active child, always busy playing hockey and other sports. He developed a very strong work ethic during his high school years and worked at Zeidler Lumber and with the city of Edmonton. When he finished his post-secondary studies in civil engineering technology at NAIT, Dean moved to Drayton Valley where he started his career with Amoco Petroleum and later Penn West. He was very proud of his achievements, such as his personal hunting trophies and his professional successes in his career. Later in life, Dean built a new home in Sylvan Lake and enjoyed living in a community that was surrounded by the beauty of Alberta and his many wonderful friends. Dean enjoyed fishing, hunting, golfing and snowmobiling in the great outdoors as well as watching his favorite sports teams and spending special times with his family and friends.

Dean was a generous son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend. He is survived by his parents, Nettie and Ed Sikorski of Edmonton, his brother Todd (Steven) of Camrose and brother Shannon (Sherry) of Calgary. Dean is also survived by aunts, cousins and his nephews Quinn, Hunter, Caden and his niece Alayah, whom he loved very much. Dean was taken away from us much too soon. He will be deeply missed and remembered in our hearts forever.

A memorial service to celebrate Dean’s life will be held at the Sylvan Lake Alliance Church 4404-47 Ave on Thursday August 6, 2020 at 1:30 PM. The gathering will be limited to 100 people, as per COVID 19 health guidelines. If able, please bring your own facial mask a few will be on hand if you are not able to provide your own.

For those wishing to make a memorial donation in Dean’s name, please give to the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute, Edmonton, Alberta.

Sylvan Lake and Rocky Funeral Homes and Crematorium, Your Golden Rule Funeral Homes, entrusted with the arrangements. 403-887-2151

Condolences

Bryon and Nettie Kost:

Ed, Nettie and family, Our sympathy to you and the family and friends.He will live in your hearts forever.God Bless Dean and all of you in this difficult time.

Ray Crisler & Brenda Rau:

Ed , Nettie, Todd, Shannon and families,
We would like to express our deepest condolences, in the passing of your son, your brother, your uncle, Dean. Dean was an amazing, true, honest, one if a kind friend who touched our lives greatly! We will miss his generosity and his great humour. We will honour his spirit, as he meant so much to so many! We considered Dean part of our family and our "Best" friend!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you today and always.
All our love,
Ray, Brenda and family.













Rod & Barb Karpiak:

We are deeply sorry for your loss. Dean was special to us and he will be sadly missed. Our thoughts are with you all during this difficult time.

Danny & Marilyn Yasinski:

Sorry about the loss of your son Ed. He will be sadly missed and will miss a hunting buddy. I am still driving his old Pennwest truck and will think of him always.

Colleen Seeberger:

My heart aches for you all.

Craig Chopko :

Mr and Mrs Sikorski, Todd and Shannon, I am so sorry for your loss. Growing up I always looked up to Dean. He was a few years older than me but always treated me with such kindness and positivity. As we got older I learned to really appreciate his sense of humor and his outlook on life. I had the pleasure of curling with him a few times and the countless weekends out at our cabins. I, along with many others will miss him greatly and my sympathies are with all of you during this difficult time.

Andrea Campbell:

We send our love and heartfelt sympathies for the loss of such a kind-hearted, gentle giant of a man. Cousin Dean always thought of others, taking special care of me and my sister when we visited the family; treating us to outdoor adventures and buying us gifts he know we'd love. I'm sorry we can't be there to celebrate his life with all of you; may your joyful memories bring some smiles at this sad time.
- Andrea Campbell & Tom Loudon

Howard and Gail Robertson:

Nettie, Ed and family.
We are thinking of you at this difficult time and send our heartfelt condolences on the passing of your dear Dean. We are sorry we can not join you on August 6th.

Hazel Ross:

So sorry for your loss. Dean was a big teddy bear with a heart of gold. Rest In Peace.

Nicole and Peter Wahlman:

Our sincere condolences on the loss of your brother and son Dean. Loss experienced far too soon-he is at peace now.

Robin & Chris Chopko:

It is with sorrow that we send condolences to Mr and Mrs Sikorski, Todd, Shannon and their families. When the Sikorski family moved in across the alley from us many years ago not only did Dean and I become friends, but both our families spent many great times camping, vacationing and visiting together. Dean and I not only played together as kids, we found we both had a love for hunting and spent time hunting at our farm and spending time on Mann lake catching fish. We will both miss Dean's annual tradition of receiving a Christmas card every year as he never missed a single year sending us one...

Dean will be missed and I will always have fond memories of us growing up.

Rest in peace Dino

Chris

Keith & Roberta & Kelly Vandemark:

Our deepest condolences on the passing of Dean. We enjoyed our visits with him here in our home in Hotchkiss and Keith & Kelly especially enjoyed his company during hunting season up at the cabin. Our prayers are with you during this sad time for your family.

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