May 17, 2023
It is with tremendous sadness and heartache to announce that Robert (Bob) Lozowchuk has passed away and has crossed over into his eternal home after his courageous battle with cancer. We will forever miss his huge sense of humour, hard working nature, warm personality, and sense of adventure.
Robert was born on March 12, 1947 to John and Edna Lozowchuk. He grew up near Blaine Lake, SK and farmed there for over 25 years. After leaving the farm, Robert went on to work for Saskatchewan Crop Insurance and moved to Langham, SK until his retirement. After retiring, Bob moved to Pilot Butte, SK with his wife Sandy. Bob lived life to the fullest and enjoyed hunting, fishing, and travelling to tropical places. Everywhere Bob went, he would make people smile and laugh with his quick wit and humorous nature. Bob especially loved his pups, Brucey and Marley, and spending time nurturing his flowers and garden.
Left to cherish his memory is his wife Sandy Snider; his daughters Tina Lukian, Sheri (Drew) Deobald, Lisa (Paul) Davey, stepdaughter Cor Ziegler; siblings Paul (Joyce) Lozowchuk, George (Cory) Lozochuk, Joyce Gravelle (Steve), and sister-in-law Darlene Lozowchuk; grandchildren Dominick, Derrick and Daniel Lukian, Nathan and Samara Deobald, John and Angela Davey; as well as numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins.
Bob was predeceased by his parents John and Edna Lozowchuk; his brother James (Jim) Lozowchuk and infant brother John Lozowchuk.
We will miss him immensely and cherish his memory! The family wishes to thank everyone who has reached out with all their love and condolences.
There will be no public memorial at this time in accordance with Bob's wishes and flowers are gratefully declined. Donations can be made in his memory to the Regina Humane Society.
Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada
My condolences to Tina, Lisa, Sherry..I have many memories of Bob working on the farm and him teaching me to run equipment..Rest in peace
EDMONTON AB Canada
My most sincere condolences to the family of Bob Lozowchuk. He was a man of great determination and now he rests in peace. From Bernie Korolewich
Saskatoon Saskatoon Canada
Our condolences to you, Sheri (Drew) Deobald, and the family. May your father's soul rest in perfect peace.
From: Bennet & Obadiah Awume
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