Henry John Kozak

September 19th, 2022

Henry was born in Smoky Lake, Alta. in 1943 and passed away September 19, 2022 in Trail, BC.

He was known throughout the community as Sales Manager for Kootenay Broadcasting Systems (CJAT).  He retired after 38 years to enjoy family time and a little fishing and golf with his buddies.  Henry was a proud member of Duck's Unlimited for many years and thoroughly enjoyed chairing many auctions and banquets for the Rossland/Trail chapter.     

He will be dearly missed by the love of his life Patricia, daughters Lara (Jason) Lacharite, Tammy (Victor) Levesque, and son Tim (Tammy) Dunlap.  He is also leaving behind five grandchildren:  Isabelle and Daniel Lacharite, Dalton Levesque, Alycia (Robert) Holmes, Ashley Dunlap and two great-grandchildren Arizona and Houston Holmes.  Henry is also survived by his mother Verna (100 years old), brother Eugene Kozak (Loretta), sister Alvina (Bob) Maguire and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins, aunts, uncles and extended family.  He was predeceased by his father John and brother Melvin.

No service by request.  Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Services has been entrusted with arrangements.

You are invited to leave a personal message of condolence.  

Messages:

Pat and family, I just wanted to say that I am late in responding but wanted to send my condolences to all.

To Pat & Family, My sincere condolences on your loss. Growing up on our farm in Smoky Lake, I have fond memories of cousin Henry and his family visiting us many times. Vichnaya pamyat (Memory eternal).

Pat and Families, Sorry to hear of Henry's passing. He was always ready for a talk when meeting up. Condolences to all.

Sorry for the loss of your son, husband, father and grandfather. My fondest memories of cousin Henry is when I was a young girl and our family took a road trip to Trail, BC where we spent many days exploring, swimming in the cool mountain fed lakes on hot summer days and last but not least enjoying the sweet, crisp juicy cherries from Henry's back yard tree! Later in the summer of 1980, when I was a teenager, my sister also a teen and our cousin embarked on an adventurous road trip from AB to BC. One of our stops was Trail, BC this is where our cousin Henry opened his heart and home to three young women. I will never forget his generosity and the time he spent to take us on a tour of the radio station, as well as other points of interest, it was a summer to remember! God Bless, Cheryl and Mike Kuziw

Pat and Family: I am so sorry to hear of Henry's passing. I am praying that you will feel God's strength, comfort and peace as He wraps his loving arms around you during this time.

Pat,Tammy ,Victor and Dalton, so sorry for your loss of a wonderful man ❤️Henry was always alot of fun and very courageous, awesome memories of him ❤️❤️ r.i.p Henry till we meet again my friend ❤️

Pat, Tammy and family My deepest condolences to you all. Henry was always a gentle man, I knew him from when I was working and he was working for the radio station. Hugs to you all.

Dear Pat and family.. Lonnie and Val both messaged ne the sad news of Henry's passing.. I have many fond memories of laughs and shenanigans in the sales room at KBS with Henry..I really respected his work ethic and his calm personality .An all around great guy.. RIP my friend. And strength to you Pat.. hugs Carol..

I always enjoyed talking to Henry at pharmasave in Trail... He was a very kind man... When I was moving in the summer to Alberta he let me know that's where he was from and let me know its a great place to live! My sincerest condolences to his first and friends.

Dear Patsy and family Sending you all,our deepest condolences, on the loss of Henry. Our heartfelt thoughts and love are with you all.

It is with my deepest condolences to all the families of Henry Kozak. Henry visited often the farm of his mothers family homeplace, which became his Uncle Mike’s (my husband’s) place before moving to Edmonton. He was one of the best men at our wedding. Rip.

Pat and family My heart bleeds to hear of Henry’s passing. Shared lots of great memories!!! Chris and Brian Plamondon

Pat, We're so very sorry for your loss. We've all lost one amazing always-smiling cheerful family member. I'm so glad he made it out to the Rogoza Family Reunion just 3 years ago. I have many childhood memories of hanging around you two amazing people but the most special one is how welcomed my husband and our 4 children felt when our motorhome broke down in Trail just before a September long weekend! You two were most hospitable, FUN and generous. We sure sang a lot that weekend! I also have 4 Ducks Unlimited prints because Henry got me started ! LOL Love you all Sandra and Andre STOR

To Pat and family, Very sorry to hear of Henry's passing. He will be sorely missed. You are in my thoughts and prayers. With sympathy and condolences. Love and hugs Jan

I will forever love and you will be greatly missed papa Henry. You were such an amazing Man. I am happy that you were such a big part of my life thank you.

Momma Pat, Tammy & family Sorry for your loss sending lots of hugs to you ❤️

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