Levern “Jack” Herman Uliski
May 15, 1936 – March 3, 2024

The death of Levern “Jack” Herman Uliski of Bethany Pioneer Village, Middle Lake, SK, (and formerly of Humboldt, SK) occurred peacefully at Humboldt District Hospital on Sunday, March 3, 2024. He was 87 years of age. Levern was born on May 15, 1936, in Humboldt to Steve and Dorothy (née Therres) Uliski. Levern held many jobs over the years; he worked at a paper mill in Ocean Falls, BC, he was a school bus driver, and he also was a Grain Buyer for the Wheat Pool for 37 years. Levern enjoyed visiting with his friends on coffee row, curling, bowling, and golf in which he successfully got a hole in one, but his favorite place to go was the Legion. His involvement in the Legion spanned over 55 years, where he served as the president for eight years of those years, as well as spending numerous years being the sports coordinator. He was very proud to be a member of the Humboldt Royal Canadian Legion Branch #28. Levern will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his two brothers and four sisters. Alfred Uliski of Dauphin, MB, and family: Marie, Kathy, and Neil; Martha Richard of Victoria, BC, and family: Alice (Rob), and Armand; Mildred (Gordon) King of Dundurn, SK, and family: Karen (Brian), Glen (Brenda), and Calvin; Marianne Frerichs of St. Gregor, SK, and family: Kevin (Mary Jean), Garry (Nicole), Shelley (Gordon), and Leah (Jim); Art (Marilyn) Uliski of Humboldt, SK, and family: Keith, Cory (Shawna), Jodie, Ryan (Bev), and Regan (Jia); Dolores (Allan) Jaeb of Middle Lake, SK, and family: Michelle (Roy), Denise (Wayne), and Darren (Renee); and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by: his wife Rose; parents Steve and Dorothy Uliski; one sister in infancy; brother Erwin Uliski; sister-in-law Gen Uliski; brothers-in-law Alfred Richard, and Al Frerichs; nephew Garry Uliski, and niece Sandra Spencer. The Funeral Service was held at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #28, Humboldt, SK, on Friday, March 22, 2024, at 2:00 p.m. celebrated by Reverend Al Hingley. Others taking part were: Shelley Bernaur and Roy Czinku, scripture readers; Dave Therres, eulogist; Art Uliski, urn bearer; and “All those who shared in Levern “Jack’s” life”, honorary pallbearers. An honor guard was formed by members of the Humboldt Royal Canadian Legion Branch #28. The memorial luncheon followed the service in the same venue. Memorial donations may be directed to Bethany Pioneer Village (P.O. Box 8, Middle Lake, SK, S0K 2X0) or the Assumption of Blessed Mary Roman Catholic Cemetery Fund.

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Schuler-Lefebvre Funeral & Cremation Services - Humboldt, Saskatchewan