Our Services

Immediate Need

Prearrangement

Contact Us

Site Search

A A A

Text Sizing

The Memorial Candle Program has been designed to help offset the costs associated with the hosting this Tribute Website in perpetuity. Through the lighting of a memorial candle, your thoughtful gesture will be recorded in the Book of Memories and the proceeds will go directly towards helping ensure that the family and friends of Gorski John can continue to memorialize, re-visit, interact with each other and enhance this tribute for future generations.

Thank you.

Cancel
Select Candle
Gorski John Gorski John
In Memory of
Gorski
John
1934 - 2018
Click above to light a memorial candle.

The lighting of a Memorial Candle not only provides a gesture of sympathy and support to the immediate family during their time of need but also provides the gift of extending the Book of Memories for future generations.

Obituary for Gorski John

John was born to parents Paul and Julian (Baran) Gorski on October 10th, 1934 in the Rockford Area - Stove Creek, Saskatchewan.
For a short time John kept his parents busy. John for enough schooling to get by for the rest of his life keeping up with reading and figuring all things out.
For John, it was farm work in summer and logging/sawmill with his brother Bill and their Dad in the winter for a few years. Later John worked in Winnipeg, Manitoba for a number of years for Kleyson’s in gravel crushing and maintenance.
When John tried prospecting it did take him to far north, and he had stories to tell. During this time John met good people and seen unique places. Ranin Inlet was often mentioned (may have been base for getting tools). John worked for sometime for Bill Slowski, construction of Hudson Bay, than on with logging. John purchased a few skidders and began sub-contracting with two or three people and that carried on for many years until his retirement.
John was a worshipper of Jehovah God, and to went to meetings at the Kingdom Hall. John knew of the Resurrection and Paradise Earth on God’s set time. Revelation 21: 3-5, John 5: 28-29, Isaiah 33: 24.
John was well liked and had many friends. John’s daily diary was on calendar: weather, who phoned, or happening till mid-August 2018 when John was admitted into the Hudson Bay Health Care Facility.
John was predeceased by his loving parents Paul and Julia; brothers: Walter and Victor; nephew Rodney; nieces Denise and Julia in infancy.
John is survived by his brothers: Bill (Donna) of Wynyard, Saskatchewan, and Peter (Bev) of Kelvington, Saskatchewan; sister-in-law Victoria Gorski of Swan River, Saskatchewan; nephews Ed, (Cindy) Joe, John (Linda), David, Jimmy, Merlin, and Greg; nieces: Margaret and Helen; great nephews: Matthew, Colton (Kelsey) and their children Brielle and Amelia, Shawn, Devin, Derek (Cheryl), and their son Koston, Dillon, Ryan (Nadine), and their children Klive and Isla; great nieces: Natasha and Jessica; along with numerous relatives and friends.
Order Flowers
Recently Shared Condolences
Recently Lit Memorial Candles
Recently Shared Stories
Recently Shared Photos
Book of Memories
306-278-2202 Blair's Funeral Home Ltd.
P.O. Box 524
Porcupine Plain, SK S0E 1H0
Email: blairsfuneralhome@sasktel.net
Blair's Funeral Home
640 Churchill Street
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 1Y0
Email:
Blair's Funeral Home
205 - 1st Avenue West
Kelvington, SK S0A 1W0
Email:
306-278-2202 Blair's Funeral Home Ltd.
P.O. Box 524
Porcupine Plain, SK S0E 1H0
Email: blairsfuneralhome@sasktel.net
306-278-2202 Blair's Funeral Home Ltd.
P.O. Box 524
Porcupine Plain, SK S0E 1H0
Email: blairsfuneralhome@sasktel.net
Proudly Serving the Communities of Porcupine Plain, Hudson Bay, Kelvington, Prairie River, Mistatim, Peesane, Weekes, Somme, Carragana, Chelan, and Bjorkd