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KRUSKY, Alan (Ginn) Andrew

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It is with broken hearts that we announce the passing of our dear father. Alan Andrew passed away on Saturday, June 11th, 2022, peacefully and surrounded with his children by his side. Dad died at the comfort of his own home surrounded by love and peace. Alan Krusky, age 88 years, was predeceased by our Mother, Hilda Joan Krusky, and his loving parents, John and Marie Krusky. Alan leaves behind his best friend, and cousin, Ken Steffler. Our Dad made his love, bond, and respect with uncle Ken well known. His, "Best buddy, and friend a guy could ever ask for in life." He was the dear father of; Kathy McPhee, the late Wendy (Bob) Callahan, the late Marie Oceipka, Alanna (the late BJ) Barlow, the late Brent Krusky, Alan (Linda) Krusky, Susan (Chris) Kiernan, Debbie (Jim) Bell, Diane (Tim) Gaw, Gerry (Jeff) Newsome, Luci (Dwight) Mann. Proud Grandfather of 28, and Great Grandfather of 38. Alan will be greatly missed by his siblings; Basil (late Evelyn) Krusky, Mary (late Sandy) Fowlie, Valerie (late Robert) Cutting, and sister-in-law Dorothy Krusky. Alan is also predeceased by his brother Raymond (late Winnifred) Krusky, Jack Krusky, and his sister Geraldine (late Kenneth) Withers. Sister Dorothy (late William) Barrett, sister Ruth (late John) Kerr. In Dad's last days, he spoke fondly of love for his family. Reminisced about his beautiful childhood memories, and many adventures along Howitts Pond and within the city of Guelph. He looked forward to reuniting with his loved ones that have passed before him, in the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ. Friends will be received at Gilbert MacIntyre & Son Funeral Home, Dublin Chapel, 252 Dublin St. N., Guelph, Ontario on Thursday, June 16th, 2022 from 10 a.m. until time of service in the chapel at 11:00 a.m. Interment to follow at Marymount Cemetery, Guelph. In lieu of flowers or donations, we ask you to please pay it forward. Do something kind for a stranger; help someone in need, buy a coffee for the car of people behind you…Dad would love it. Make someone smile in memory of him.