With heavy hearts we announce the passing of Ray Albert Rishchynski on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the Victoria Hospital in Prince Albert, SK. Ray was born on Sunday, May 9, 1965 at the Holy Family Hospital in Prince Albert. Ray is survived by his loving family: his spouse Liza; his daughters Casey (Ian) Matkowski, Charley (Michael Rancourt) Rishchynski; his son Jonathan Rishchynski; his mother in law Elizabeth Brown; his sister Kathy (Ed) Dubois; his brother Allan (Sherry) Rishchynski, family pet Kanada; his sister in law Olivia Brown; his brother in law Gordie Brown; his grandchildren Blake and Ali Rae; numerous nieces and nephews; numerous aunts and uncles and close family relatives.
3 car garage with additional workshop area and storage loft, geothermal heating and cooling, huge two level deck which creates your own private, covered patio off the kitchen, and solid oak 6 panel doors throughout. Upstairs amenities include an eat in kitchen with tons of cabinets, main level laundry with half bath, huge great room with gas log fireplace, master bedroom with walk in closet, master bath with jetted tub and separate shower, plus two bedrooms and an additional full bath. Downstairs boasts two additional bedrooms, a large media room, a full bathroom, wet bar with mini fridge, a large finished storage closet, and an extra bed cubby for the little ones.
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