Peggy Hawriliuk

Obituary of Peggy Hawriliuk

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Margaret “Peggy” Elaine Hawriliuk (nee Percy) was born on June 21, 1949 to Jack and Marguerite Percy in London, Ontario. 

Besides being a loving wife, mother and grandmother, Peggy devoted her time to many different careers. She taught braille, sign language and life skills, provided student and career counselling in different school divisions and coordinated work experience in Buffalo Trail Public Schools. Peggy was the director of Big Brother’s and Sister’s in North Battleford and after retirement managed the A&W in Provost. She took pride in her staff and created lasting friendships with so many. Peggy enjoyed trips with her special friends; whether it was a quick drive to the casino or a Roughrider game, she always spoke of the great times she would cherish. Her trips with family to Florida made the winters go by fast and we all know mom loved the heat, shopping and most of all spending time with her siblings.

Peggy passed away surrounded by the love of her family on April 18, 2024 at the Provost Health Centre - Palliative Care at the age of 74 years. A special thank you to the staff who cared for her and supported the family over the past months. 

Peggy is survived by her husband, Robert “Bob” Hawriliuk; children, John (Julie Shemanchuk) Lester, Kevin (Raelene Peet) Lester, Bryan (Marian) Lester, Darcie Deleff, Delee (David) Johnson; sisters, Linda (Bryan) Evoy and Diane (Dave) Field; brother, Jimmy (Ruth) Percy; brother-in-law, Ray Lucas; sister-in-laws, Martha Kondratowicz and Nancy (Dennis) Weisbrod; grandchildren, James, Brooklyn, Mackenzie, Morgan, Jackson, Courtney, Kennedy, Lochlan, Therron, Watson, Taylor, Matthew, Tessa, Kyle, Megan, Tanner, William and Allison; great grandchild, Willa; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was predeceased by her parents, Jack and Marguerite; parents-in-law, John and Caroline; son-in-law, Ken Deleff; brother, John; sister, Charlotte and brother-in-law, Walter.

A Private Family Memorial will take place at the Provost Central Lutheran Church.


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