Michael Dmytro Trach

It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of our father, grandfather and brother, Michael Dmytro Trach, on October 10,2020.

Left to mourn him are his three children, Bonnie, Steven and Lyndi, as well as his four granddaughters. He also leaves a sister, Janette and brother, Robert.

Cremation has taken place. Due to COVID, a Celebration of Life will take place at a later date.

Messages of condolence may be placed by visiting Michael’s memorial page at: http://www.interlakecremation.ca.

Arrangements entrusted to Interlake Cremation & Memorial Services.

3 thoughts on “Michael Dmytro Trach

  1. Ann Lacroix

    I am so sorry to hear of your dad’s passing. My sympathies to Bonnie, Steven and Lyndi.

  2. Norman Halden

    My deepest sympathies for your loss. These times are difficult and the loss of a loved one makes the pain seem deeper. I know your family is close and when normalcy returns you will be able to celebrate the life of your father with all the warmth and good memories you have of him.

  3. Garrett Toenders

    My name is Garrett Toenders, my mother is Wendy Toenders, who is a sisters with Karen Young. The years I lived in Manitoba when growing up and becoming a young man, Karen and Michael, lived together in a wonderful country home in Saint Eustache, Manitoba. I always enjoyed my visits to St. Eustache, and Uncle Mike (as I called him then) was always very welcoming and kind to me, and I have very happy memories of his love for snowmobiling and hands-on work in welding and construction, and maintenance of their lovely home. I will always remember Uncle Mike for the wonderful dogs he owned and exquisitely trained. At first the wonderful Tonka, the German shepherd who diligently guarded the house and looked out for the Trach family, and later Angel the husky, also trained to the same standard. Much of what I learned about dog training I learned from Uncle Mike, and I’ve used these techniques in the training of my own dog Sookie. Thank you for the caring, kindness, teaching, and the memories. Uncle Mike you will not be forgotten.

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