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Douglas Victor Huculak

June 10, 1960

September 22, 2023

Doug Huculak, a cherished husband to Mrs. Sandra Huculak from Saskatoon, passed away at the RUH on September 22, 2023, at the age of 63. He is survived by his adoring children, Andrew Victor Huculak (Laura Kallio) residing in Fernie, B.C., and Emily Huculak living in Princeton, MN. Forever remembered with love by his mother, Jenny Huculak; sister, Wendy Huculak; cousin, Kathy Fitzgerald; mother and father-in-law, Danna and Milton Shofner; sister-in-law and husband, Sharon and Robert Meyer; brother-in-law and wife, David and Carrie Shofner; his seven nieces (and their spouses), and the entire Huculak family. Sadly, Doug was predeceased by his father, Nestor Victor Huculak.

Doug Huculak was born on June 10, 1960, at North Battleford hospital. He graduated from NBCHS in 1978 and pursued higher education at NAIT, where he earned a degree as an Electrical Technician. Following his studies, Doug invested ten years of his career with Northern Telecom. In 1993, he embarked on a new adventure by establishing his own business, specializing in the sale of Amsoil Synthetic Lubricants. This year marked his 30th anniversary in operation. Apart from his professional pursuits, Doug held a deep passion for aviation and obtained his pilot’s license. Although he relished his time in the skies, he also found immense pleasure in traveling to assist in the restoration of historical aircraft. Additionally, Doug had a great fondness for history, specifically English history. He frequently explored the ancient paths, admired the Cathedrals and actively participated in canal restoration. Doug’s altruistic nature was evident as he dedicated much of his time to helping others and coming to their aid. He was a pillar of strength and a consistent source of support for his extensive network of loved ones, leaving a void that words fail to express. Messages of condolence for the family may be shared by visiting http://www.hillcrestmemorial.ca.

Doug Huculak, a cherished husband to Mrs. Sandra Huculak from Saskatoon, passed away on September 22, 2023, at the age of 63 in the RUH. Fondly remembered as a beloved father, Doug is survived by his children, Andrew Victor Huculak (Laura Kallio) of Fernie, B.C. and Emily Huculak from Princeton, MN. He leaves behind a loving legacy cherished by his mother, Jenny Huculak; sister, Wendy Huculak; cousin, Kathy Fitzgerald; mother and father-in-law, Danna and Milton Shofner; sister-in-law and husband, Sharon and Robert Meyer; brother-in-law and wife, David and Carrie Shofner; his seven nieces along with their spouses, and his entire family. Sadly, his father, Nestor Victor Huculak, preceded Doug in death.

Doug’s journey began on June 10, 1960, in North Battleford hospital. After completing his education at NBCHS in 1978, he pursued an Electrical Technician degree at NAIT. Doug’s career led him to Northern Telecom, where he diligently worked for a decade. In 1993, he ventured into entrepreneurship, establishing his own business centered on the sale of Amsoil Synthetic Lubricants. This year, he celebrated his remarkable 30-year journey as a business owner. Alongside his professional accomplishments, Doug wholeheartedly embraced his passion for aviation, earning his pilot’s license and reveling in the joy of soaring through the clouds. As flight days concluded, he redirected his enthusiasm towards supporting the preservation and recovery of historical planes. Doug was also an avid enthusiast of history, with a particular penchant for English history. Roaming historic paths, marveling at Cathedrals, and actively participating in canal restoration were amongst his cherished pastimes. However, most of all, Doug was known to spend his time selflessly, traveling in his truck to lend a helping hand to those in need. His unwavering reliability made him a constant fixture in many lives, particularly within his family. The void left by his absence is indescribable. Messages of condolence for the family may be shared by visiting http://www.hillcrestmemorial.ca.

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