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Serge Zarichuck

October 24, 2020

Serge Zarichuck

Serge Zarichuck

October 24, 2020

Zarichuck, Serge Albert passed-away peacefully at the Jackman Manor in Aldergrove, BC on October 24th, 2020 at the age of 74. He is survived by his brother Michel of Vancouver, BC, sisters Christine (Ken) of Beloeil, QC, Cathyline (Robert) of Ingleside, ON, daughters Joyce, Erica, Lisa, Karly, Renée, son Maurice (Samantha), nephews and grandchildren. He was born in Montreal, QC and moved to Vancouver in the 60’s then moved to Chilliwack BC where he lived for the past 35 years. Deep gratitude to Brenda Moreno Little (caregiver) for her dedication and caring. Special thanks to Jane at the Jackman Manor for being by his side and to all the staff at the Jackman Manor.

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Serge  and I had so many good laughs . I am going to miss my buddy my awesome friend.  God speed serge.  You have your harley in the sky.

~ Brenda moreno

Rest easy Serge. Your sense of humour and character will be missed. A message from “Red”

~ Kassi

Blessed we got to know you Serge....your funny antics and your kindness towards Donna will be thought of often.  Enjoy your new ride in the sky!  A road king I hope!

~ Brenda "Whoot whoo"

will miss you Serge. I will always remember '2 cream, 4 sugar"


~ dawn warren

Serge liked to present himself as ‘rough and tough’ but his kind heart always managed to shine through.  Here’s a photo that showed just that.  

~ Jane

..my dear friend ever since I found out you were the one feeding my puppy on Main st in N Van in the early 70s. Happy lead me to your doorstep, remember it like it was yesterday.. :) You built a successful outboard repair business single handed out of an old bikers clubhouse...It was the best of times and we both lived the life of riley then and for many years while living next door to each other..  and in the 80s we both ended up in my hometown chilliwack area ..you fixed everything I broke, rebuilt my olde john deere from the frame up.. At times your life was a real trial.. but through the hard times you kept it together and never ceased to amaze me ..We sang happy birthday to you in Sept over the speaker phone then  talked as normal and I figured you were hanging in great..   ..Gonna miss you bud..give Hap a hug eh....love ya....:)

~ Colin Edward Collins