Jerald Barteski
Jerald Barteski

Obituary of Jerald Anthony Barteski

The family of Jerald A. Barteski of Regina, SK is saddened to announce his passing on Thursday, June 10, 2021.  Jerald was 82 years old.  He was born Aug 15, 1938.

Jerald’s, “Jerry” life is celebrated and lovingly remembered by his wife of 56 years, Marlene; his children Anthony (Adeline) Barteski and Jason Barteski (Kimberly); and his precious granddaughter Shavry Barteski and grandson Dylan Gnyp.  Jerry was a husband, father, brother, uncle, grandfather, and friend.  Jerry will be forever fondly remembered by his sisters and brothers and their families as well as many nephews and nieces and relatives and friends.  Brothers Dave (Debbie) Barteski and Richard (Sharon) Barteski; sisters Carolyn (Lorne) Rezansoff and Linda (Steve) Dunlop.  Jerald was predeceased by his brother Richard and parents Joe and Jenny (Ochar) Barteski.

Jerry was the oldest of 5 children.  He was raised on the family farm in the Kamsack area. At the young age of 26 Jerald married the love of his life his beautiful younger wife Marlene (Beck).  Jerry and Marlene made their home in Regina, SK. and they were blessed with two boys, Anthony and Jason Barteski.  Jerry loved to take his family camping and weekend road trips for vacation in the camper.  He enjoyed family cooking over a campfire enjoying the time with family and friends having campfires under the stars.  Marlene and Jerry spent many summers camping, fishing and quadding at Townsend Lake Campground, spending their time with family and friends.  His son Jason would cook the meat over the campfire with his special spices and stock the campfire until the flames reached the sky.  No fire was high enough for Jason.  Quadding was always a challenge on the muddy trails his son, Anthony would lead the family on.  I am sure Anthony picked the trails with the most mud holes and mud. Shavry and Dylan will always remember breakfast and suppers at Grama and Grampa’s campfire and the huge fish fries from the awesome fishing for the day.  Jerry enjoyed nature, wildlife, and birdwatching. Jerry was a family man, a proud man, a hard worker, a perfectionist and spent many hours helping his boys do the project the right way.  He was always willing to lend a helping hand, he was a wealth of knowledge and experience and often offered his expert advice. As he got older, he loved to sit and supervise the projects.  As life progressed Jerry and Marlene still enjoyed a good road trip.  Marlene and Jerry would take their truck and do the circle to Anthony’s and Adeline’s cabin and then on the Townsend Lake to visit with family and friends.

In lieu of flowers memorial donations in memory of Jerald Barteski may be made to Stars Ambulance, the “big bird in the sky.”

May he rest in peace; a great father and grandfather-Dylan


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