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Louie Czarnocki

August 28, 1938 — July 15, 2021

In Loving Memory of

Louie Czarnocki

In keeping with Louie's wishes, a private family service will be held at a later date.

Ludwig Stanley Czarnocki was born in Rose Valley, SK on August 28,1938, to John and Bernice Czarnocki. Louie took over the family farm at Nora, SK and resided there with his family: Elaine, Sheldon, Sherri and Carrie, until 1973. That year, Louie and Elaine moved to NE 24-38-13, east of Rose Valley. He had cattle and farmed until 1997.

Louie and Ester got together in 1980 and married in 1987. Louie worked various jobs over the years: diamond drills, logging, hauling water on the rigs, cattleman, farmer, custom combining, drove semi, farmed with his son Sheldon and worked for Wes Prevost.

Retirement didn’t lessen Louie’s interest and love of farming. He always enjoyed having conversations about farming.

Louie believed in helping his community. He was passionate about the Rose Valley Manor and helping keep the community clean and tidy. He enjoyed playing cards, dancing a fast polka and visiting. He was generous of heart, a bit of a jokester and a loving husband, parent and grandparent.

Louie passed away peacefully on July 15, 2021 at his home surrounded by his family. He is survived by his wife Ester, children Sheldon (Susan) Czarnocki, Sherri (David) Hanson, Carrie (Jeff) Lamoureux, Laurissa Jacobson and Lenea (Evan) Okraincee, thirteen grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

Dear Grandpa, thank you for the many life lessons and cherished memories. You have deeply touched our lives and hearts. We will miss you very, very, much.

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