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Interment of ashes will take place in the Glen Eden Cemetery in Winnipeg on October 24, 2020.
In memory of
Kenneth Kostiuk
August 07, 1964 - October 10, 2020 - Age 56

1964 ~ Ken Kostiuk ~ 2020

Kenneth J. Kostiuk of Medicine Hat passed away on Sunday, October 10, 2020 at the age of 56 years. Beloved son, brother, uncle, friend, and colleague. He leaves to cherish his memory two sisters, Eileen and Sonja; his brother Larry; one niece Ashley and a nephew Garrett. He was a dedicated employee of Paterson Grain, Dunmore Terminal, from October 19, 1998 - March 12, 2020. He was an avid football, NASCAR, and NHRA fan. Ken was predeceased by his parents John and Mary Kostiuk, and his dog, Digger. Interment of ashes will take place in the Glen Eden Cemetery in Winnipeg on October 24, 2020. To e-mail an expression of sympathy, please direct it to: office@pattisonfuneralhome.com subject heading: Ken Kostiuk.

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Message from Jocelyn &Darryl Hodel October 16, 2020
To Rick Martens & Family
Our dear Kenny! We miss him already!
Kenny, you were always a card to have around and work with!
I remember the days you’d come in to work....stop....point your arm out, and serenade us with a line from a song that you heard on the radio.
You were so funny!
The last couple years had you going through health difficulties, but you persevered the best you could!
Rest now my friend, with a few words from Gregg Lake’s Christmas song that you and I both liked....

“.......All anguish, pain and sadness
Leave your heart and let your road be clear“

Love your friends, ‘
Jawsalynn’
(Jocelyn & Darryl Hodel)
Jocelyn &Darryl Hodel
Message from M.S. October 17, 2020
So long pal. Thanks for introducing me to so many great bands... I loved sitting around in the basement on Grassmere spinning vinyl into the wee hours.
Say hi to our favorite rock legends!!
See you on the other side.
M.S.
Message from Ken Biemans October 17, 2020
Dear Ken's family,
I am sad to hear of Ken passing.
I first met Ken when he bought grain at Seven Persons. It was always a pleasure running into him since that time, as he was always cheerful.
My condolences.
Ken Biemans