Adrian Sakundiak

11-Nov-1965 - 20-Sep-2020

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Posted by Kalmacoff's and Miles' | 15-Oct-2020

Taylor,

We are so sorry to hear of the loss of your father. Our deepest sympathies go out to you and your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

With love,
The Miles' (Jacqueline, Parker, Mike and Kim) & The Kalmacoff's (Katherine, Audrey, Ryan and Rebecca)

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Posted by Vandell Sequeira | 14-Oct-2020

Very sorry to hear about Adrian’s passing. I worked with him on a project when he was consulting with AHS. He was always driven and charismatic and had great stories. My condolences to all of his family.

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Posted by Bryn O'Shaughnessy | 08-Oct-2020

So sad to hear about the passing of our friend Aids. Condolences to Connie, Morgan, Taylor and the extended family.
Adrian was a hockey teammate, workout partner, golf buddy, friend and almost business partner!
Whatever Adrian was involved in, he brought passion and conviction - his wife and daughters, his extended family, friends, business and all things sports related.
Adrian was one of the most positive people I have ever met. Whenever you had a discussion with Aids you always left feeling better about things and about yourself.
Adrian made the world a better place. Goodbye my friend.

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Posted by Chad Kissack | 03-Oct-2020

Deepest condolences to the family. What a wonderful man with a wonderful vision.

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Posted by David Nelson jr | 01-Oct-2020

My wife and I met Adrain and Connie in Surprise Az, We purchase their vacation home.
We became friends I never me a kinder more understanding person threw all ups downs of the home purchase. He’s someone that we will never forget.

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Posted by Sheldon Gardiner | 29-Sep-2020

Shauna and I have lots of memories of times with Adrian and Connie. I remember a golf game with Adrian and it came down to the last hole in a friendly but competitive match. I believe I ended up winning the match but in typical Adrian style, he was a gentleman and handled defeat as well as he handled victory. We had many laughs together, shared business strategy together, and I considered Adrian a mentor to me even though he consider me a mentor at times to him. Adrian was just one of those guys that made you feel welcome, valued, loved and respected. I will miss him dearly and want to express our sincere condolences to Connie, Morgan, Taylor and the extended family. As they say, good men die young. Adrian was not just a good man. He was a wonderful man. Someone who will be missed by so many people. Rest in peace Adrian. Rest in peace. Sheldon and Shauna Gardiner

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Posted by Gerry Schriemer | 28-Sep-2020

Connie and family. Our deepest condolences on the passing of Adrian. I enjoyed our work relationship while he was with M.D. Ambulance. He was a great man and colleague. Our prayers are with you.

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Posted by Leanne Madsen | 26-Sep-2020

To Sakundick Families
Remembering Your Loved One Adrian
It's hard to say goodbye to someone so special.
You are not alone in your sadness for your loved one Adrian
meant so much to so many and will deeply missed.
May your memories of wonderful times you shared with your loved one Adrian.
Remembering memories comfort you and your families today and always.
I will miss his smile and when he played with the Estevan Bruins.
With Heartfelt Sympathy,
Leanne Madsen

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Posted by Barry & Joanne Mehler | 25-Sep-2020

We will forever cherish our hockey billeting years of Adrian in Estevan. Even though it was alot of work, those years have become so special to us as that is where our friendship began. We watched you display your exceptional hockey talents. You were a loyal and loving son and brother. A loving husband, a proud father and a great friend. We will miss your happy outlook on life and the strong desire to be the best at what you chose to do. Rest in peace AIDS. Love you so much. Barry, Joanne, Jennifer, Jason and Jeremy Mehler
EVEN THOUGH YOUR WINGS WERE READY OUR HEARTS WERE NOT.

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