In Memory of

Craig

Soukeroff

Obituary for Craig Soukeroff

April 28, 1958 – October 4, 2023
In Loving Memory
It is with profound sadness we announce the passing of Craig Soukeroff. Craig grew up in Winlaw raised on a farm along with 5 siblings, spending his childhood years swimming and fishing the Slocan River.
On April 18, 1981 he married his wife Sandra, raising two girls Alyse and Andrea.
At a young age of 16 Craig began his career in forestry, later at 25 started his own Logging Contractor business which spanned 40 years working for Slocan Forest Products, Darkwoods Forestry and Monticola Forestry. He was a self taught mechanic and learned to operate all timber harvesting equipment.
Craigs hobbies included sawmilling, carpentry, fishing, foraging for mushrooms and huckleberries. He also obtained his Private Pilots license and loved to fly, saying he felt so Free in the sky. Craig also liked to travel experiencing different cultures visiting North America and Europe.
On Oct 4 ,2023 Craigs valiant battle with Prostate Cancer ended.
He is survived by his wife Sandra of(42 years), daughters Alyse(Adam) Bruno, Andrea(Connor Brocklesby), 2 beautiful grandsons Lucas and Travis, mother-in-law Susie Voykin, sister Nadine (Andy) Evin, brother Dale(Tracey) Soukeroff, sister in law Ellie (John)Brand, sister in law Gail Soukeroff, sister in law Marcie Voykin, numerous nieces and nephews.
He was predeceased by his parents Pete and Molly Soukeroff, brother Eli Soukeroff, sisters Eleanor and Sandra Soukeroff.
We would like to thank Dr. Lee Mackay, Home and Community Care Staff,KLH Pharmacy Staff and the 3rd floor nursing staff for their care and compassion in Craigs final days and Castlegar Funeral Chapel for their guidance and support.
A service was held on October 10, 2023 at the Brilliant Cultural Centre, in Castlegar, B.C.
Donations may be made to the Prostate Cancer Society of BC.
Forever in our hearts