We celebrate and cherish the life of
Teddy Morley Malyk
March 5, 1955 – March 7, 2019
Teddy (Ted) was born March 5, 1955 in Tisdale, SK the fifth son of 11 children to William and Joyce (Cournoyer) Malyk.
In 1958 the family moved to what became the Malyk family farm in Yorkton, SK.
Teddy attended Raymond School when it closed he went to a school on the west side of Yorkton then to the composite school until the eighth grade when he was needed to work on the family farm.
Ted met his highschool sweetheart and soulmate Isabelle McManus (both age 15) in Theodore, SK. Teddy and Isabelle were married July 8, 1972 at the Yorkton United Church in Yorkton, SK. Teddy and Isabelle were blessed with the birth of their daughter Shari Dawn born August 14, 1972.
Teddy went with his older brother Gary to the arctic to work, upon returning he worked as a foreman for various construction companies in Yorkton district area and in 1983 he started his construction company Ted’s Backhoe and Bobcat Landscaping. In 2003 they moved to Fort McMurray, AB spending winters in Parksville, BC. In 2007 they moved to Red Deer, AB looking forward to eventually moving to Parksville, BC which they did in 2012 to present.
Teddy is predeceased by his parents William and Joyce (1974). Teddy will be celebrated and cherished by his highschool sweetheart and soulmate Isabelle, his daughter Shari (Jeff) MacDonald, grandson and little buddy Andrew and granddaughter Natalia; brothers and sisters Jack, Denny, Gary (Jean), Robert (Bev), Faye, Lorraine (Gary), Louise (Ryan), Sandy (Kelly), Dale (BJ), Debbie (Bob); nieces, nephews and extended family.
Viewing for family and friends of the late Teddy Malyk will be held in the Chapel at Parksville Baptist Church Saturday March 16 @ 12:30 pm. The funeral service will follow at 1:00 pm. After the service, the burial will be at Yates Memorial Services, 1000 Allsbrook Rd., Parksville. A tea to be held following the burial back at Parksville Baptist Church. In lieu of flowers family and friends may donate to a charity of their choice.
Lives Cherished and Celebrated