Colin Fedoruk

Colin was born in Yorkton to David and Darlene Fedoruk (nee Barrowman). After Colin arrived there was never a dull moment in their lives.
Colin attended school in Togo and Kamsack. During these years he was very involved in hockey. Colin was a very talented player. He played in Kamsack, Yorkton, and Esterhazy. He received the top defenceman of the Coca Cola Classic and was later invited to play in Czechoslovakia. He always loved being on the farm and helping, wrestling pigs was a highlight.
Colin then moved out to Calgary and Edmonton where he learned his trade of sandblasting and painting oil field equipment with his uncles. From there he moved onto Estevan where he continued in this field while in Estevan he met Kelsey and was blessed with his two children Elias and Eden.
Colin's last few months were spent back in Togo were he loved to be. Colin loved to quad and was always an organizer of some sort of quadding adventures. It was always worth a few good stories. The more mud the better. He was so happy to be back helping to farm. At the time of his passing he was working on a new chapter of his life.
Colin was always about family and friends, you never knew when your phone to ring just to talk.

Colin is survived by his wife Kelsey, son Elias, daughter Eden, parents David and Darlene, sister Amber (Cole) Abbott (nephew) Carter, (niece) Bailey, grandparents John and Beth Barrowman and Walter (Eileen) Fedoruk as well as numerous aunts, uncles, cousins.

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Colin is predeceased cousin Jamie Fedoruk Dexter.

Funeral Arrangements entrusted to Wolkowski Funeral Services Ltd., Kamsack, SK – 306-542-4004.


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