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Kevin Senkowski

Kevin Michael Senkowski, 50, passed away on September 14, 2023, in Winnipeg, Manitoba. He will be greatly missed by his son, Tanner Senkowski, his stepdaughter, Loghan Woycheshen, his parents Orest and Angela Senkowski, his brother Darren Senkowski, and his fiancée, Robyn Andrews, as well as numerous friends and loved ones. Born and raised in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Kevin had a passion for working outdoors and serving others. He received several academic scholarships, including the SIAST Achievement Scholarship and the Art Haugen Memorial Scholarship. Kevin obtained his diploma in Integrated Resource Management in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from SIAST Woodland Institute in 1996 and pursued a Bachelor of Applied Conservation Enforcement from the University of Lethbridge. Throughout his career, he held positions in various organizations, including the Canadian National Railroad, the Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, and the Winnipeg City Police, where he served for 23 years. Kevin also had a love for the outdoors and was an active member of SAFE and a green belt in Karate. He enjoyed sharing his passion for camping, boating, quadding, sledding, fishing, and hunting with his son and generously shared his catch with others. Kevin had a caring spirit and often extended help to those in need. He will be remembered for his sense of humor and contagious smile. He considered his greatest accomplishment to be his son, Tanner, and dedicated himself to being a loving and supportive father. A Celebration of Life will be held on September 29, 2023, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and a memorial service will take place on October 7, 2023, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations in Kevin’s memory be made to the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation. The family would also like to express their gratitude to the Winnipeg City Police for their support and respect during this difficult time.

Kevin Michael Senkowski, aged 50, passed away in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on September 14, 2023. He is survived by his son Tanner Senkowski, stepdaughter Loghan Woycheshen, parents Orest and Angela Senkowski, brother Darren Senkowski, and fiancée Robyn Andrews, as well as many friends and loved ones. Born and raised in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Kevin had a strong desire to work outdoors and dedicate himself to serving others. His academic achievements were recognized with scholarships such as the SIAST Achievement Scholarship and the Art Haugen Memorial Scholarship. In 1996, he obtained a diploma in Integrated Resource Management in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from SIAST Woodland Institute, followed by his pursuit of a Bachelor of Applied Conservation Enforcement from the University of Lethbridge. Over the course of his career, Kevin held positions at various organizations, including the Canadian National Railroad, the Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, and the Winnipeg City Police. He served on units such as the Marijuana Grow Operation Unit, the Underwater Search and Recovery Unit, and as a Patrol 466 Sergeant for the Street Crime Unit. Kevin was also an active member of SAFE, where he served as a Senior Instructor and held a green belt in Karate. He had a deep love for the outdoors, enjoying activities like camping, boating, quadding, and sledding with his son. Fishing and hunting were also cherished pastimes, which he happily shared with friends and family. Known for his caring and generous nature, Kevin would often assist those who were lost or in need of guidance. His sense of humor and infectious smile brought joy to the lives of those around him. Above all else, Kevin considered his role as a father to be his greatest achievement and aspired to be loving, compassionate, and supportive. A Celebration of Life will be held on September 29, 2023, at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home in Winnipeg, Manitoba, with a reception to follow. Additionally, a Memorial Service is scheduled for October 7, 2023, at Park Funeral Home in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, followed by burial at Hillcrest Cemetery. The family deeply appreciates the support and respect shown by the Winnipeg City Police during this difficult time. In lieu of flowers, donations in Kevin’s memory can be made to the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation.

On September 14, 2023, Kevin Michael Senkowski, aged 50, passed away in Winnipeg, Manitoba, leaving behind a grieving family. Those who knew and loved him will forever cherish his memory. Kevin will be greatly missed by his son Tanner Senkowski, stepdaughter Loghan Woycheshen, parents Orest and Angela Senkowski, brother Darren Senkowski, fiancée Robyn Andrews, and numerous friends and loved ones. Born and raised in Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Kevin had a passion for working in the great outdoors and dedicating his energy to serving others. His academic achievements were recognized through scholarships, such as the SIAST Achievement Scholarship and the Art Haugen Memorial Scholarship. In 1996, he earned his diploma in Integrated Resource Management in Fisheries and Wildlife Management from SIAST Woodland Institute. Kevin then went on to pursue a Bachelor of Applied Conservation Enforcement from the University of Lethbridge. Throughout his professional journey, Kevin held positions in various organizations, including the Canadian National Railroad, the Manitoba Department of Natural Resources, and the Winnipeg City Police. Over the course of his 23-year career with the Winnipeg City Police, Kevin served on units such as the Marijuana Grow Operation Unit, the Underwater Search and Recovery Unit, and as a Patrol 466 Sergeant for the Street Crime Unit. In addition to his professional pursuits, Kevin was an active member of SAFE (Saskatchewan Association of Firearm Education) and held a green belt in Karate. As an avid outdoorsman, he delighted in sharing his love for activities such as camping, boating, quadding, and sledding with his son. Fishing and hunting were also passions he shared generously with friends and family. Kevin had a deep desire to help those in need, often reaching out to lost or struggling individuals to guide them on the right path. His sense of humor brought laughter to the lives of his friends and family, and his smile was infectious. Above all, Kevin found his greatest fulfillment in his role as a father and strived to be a loving, compassionate, and supportive influence in his son Tanner’s life. The family has organized a Celebration of Life on September 29, 2023, at Chapel Lawn Funeral Home in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Following the funeral service, a reception will be held. Additionally, a Memorial Service is planned for October 7, 2023, at Park Funeral Home in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Burial will take place at Hillcrest Cemetery, followed by a reception at Park Funeral Home. The family wishes to express their sincere appreciation to the Winnipeg City Police for their unwavering support and respect. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory of Kevin to the Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital Foundation.

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