We had some good times and laughs with nick and Helen. Got to visit with him few days before his passing. We still had few laughs of olden days. Still laugh when Helen said sometimes he loved his violen more then her. He laughed at times he would come off the field when tune came to mind and play on fiddle before he forgot it. Helen would say what the hell is the matter with you coming off the field in such a hurry. He will be sadly missed by alot of people
Auntie Helen, Bernadette, Christine, Lorna, Patty, Elaine and families,
It was sad news to hear of Uncle Nick's passing. Some of my fondest memories of him was when he was playing his fiddle with his toes tapping and a big smile on his face. That smile always there.
You are in our thoughts and prayers.
All our love,
Shelley, Dominic, Larissa, Robert, Jacob, Taryn and Robin
Sympathies and prayers on the loss of your husband and father, grandfather, from Daria and my family and also our extended Stephaniuk-Lalach family over the decades. And of course to all who are his children and with whom I grew up. As a priest, too, I offer those unique and comforting words of the work of the Church. “Among the saints give rest, O Lord to your servant, eternal memory.”
Our sincere condolences to Aunt Helen and family! Uncle Nick will be forever remembered fondly by all that knew him.
Life is something precious to be treasured every day, but like a candle in the wind, it's light can fade away.
Words are not enough to ease the deep sorrow of losing someone dear, but hopefully this message will offer you some comfort in knowing that others are with you at this very sad time.
Brian & Betty Lalach