Jack Zulkoskey

Obituary of Jack Paul Zulkoskey

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Jack Zulkoskey
July 16, 1931-June 28, 2023

Jack was born in Beatty Saskatchewan to Walter and Nellie Zulkoskey.  He completed his high school education at Prince Albert Collegiate Institute. Jack married Margaret Jebson in 1955 and they raised their two sons in Prince Albert.  They moved to an acreage after the boys left home.   Jack built both houses and added his own personal touch to both of them.

Jack worked as a plumber at Thorpe Brothers for over 30 years. He was a master craftsman.  Jack designed and built everything from a truck camper and tractors to his grandchildren’s beds. 

Jack is survived by his two sons Brian (Anna beth) and David (Margaret); his grandchildren Adam (Joelle Schaefer) and Jade Zulkoskey and Mark ( Shayle Listoe) and Emma Zulkoskey ( Brandon Maser); and five great grandchildren; his siblings Jim (Marilynne) Zulkoskey and Judie (Floyd Relitz).

He was predeceased by his wife Margaret and his sister Joyce McKay.

The family would like to thank the Spiritwood Long Term Care facility for their care of Jack over the last couple of years.

A private gathering will be held to remember Jack. Donations in memory of Jack, may be made to Diabetes Canada or the Canadian Cancer Society.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the care of Gray’s Funeral Chapel, (306) 922-4729, Lisa Bos-Atchison, Funeral Director.

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