It is with great sadness and sorrow that we are sending our most sincere condolences to you and your extended family. Unfortunately Covid prevented us from attending in person.
Over the years Russ was fortunate to have many entertaining rounds of golf with Harry in Calgary, and on golf trips, where he was always amusing and smiling!
We had over a 20 year business relationship, where he was innovative, honest and a professional business man. With his personality he seemed to almost always get his way.
There were many social events throughout the years that we attended with Harry and yourself, and always enjoyable!
We know all of you are missing him so much, and only hope your wonderful memories will help in some small way. He will always be with you!!
Times we spent with you and Harry were always so much FUN!!! We have so many fond memories of our trips to your homes in Fountain Hills. Especially the time when we tried to get a round in at FireRock and it took us 5 days to finish 18 holes. It 'never' rains in Arizona (except that week). LOL.
We will never forget Harry, his priceless love for you and your family, his warmth, smile, infectious laughter, generosity and kindness. You will see him in the eyes of your children and grandchildren and know that he loved and taught them well.
We hope it gives you comfort knowing that he is re-uniting with his loved ones in Heaven and laughing with is buddy, Bill Beattie, again. We will always be grateful for our friendship with you and Harry, as we look back and miss him dearly.
We send our love and deepest condolences to you and the entire Chupik Family,
Randy & Karen Kaminsky
Denise and family,
We are so sorry to hear of Harry’s passing and your loss. We fondly remember that couples' golf trip to Kimberley years ago and many events over the years. Harry’s wonderful smile would light up any room he was in and made everyone feel welcome and appreciated.
We are sorry that COVID prevents us from being together to give our condolences in person at this time.
Jerry Albert and Kelly Moi
Denise, Jason & Yvonne,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this sad time we are so sorry for your loss. We have known Harry and your family for a long time, going way back to being neighbors in Woodbine in the 1980’s. There wasn’t a year that went by that we didn’t see Harry if it wasn’t here in Calgary he would come by on his motorcycle for a visit and we were sure to have a visit in Fountain Hills Arizona again he would be on his motorcycle or at a car shows.
One of many memories we have of Harry is his input he gave us in Fountain Hills when we where building Larry’s Toy Room (garage) Harry said to us “Why are you not putting a big picture window on that wall to take advantage of the view of 4 Peeks” so we put a big picture window in, Thanks Harry for that great advice. Harry would come by often to see how the building was coming along. At the stage of installing the bathroom Harry came to us with a fantastic gift for the bathroom a new motorcycle faucet. He told us he had to buy it for us being that Larry was a Motorcycle enthusiast it was only fitting that this faucet be in the toy room bathroom. Harry had the biggest heart so kind and generous he was fun to be around and enjoyed having fun as you can see in the 3 Halloween pictures. We will miss him and hold in our hearts all the great memories we have “So long Harry”.
Dan and Diane Petrin
Dear Denise, Jason, Yvonne and Chupik family. We were very saddened to hear of the passing of Harry. We will always remember his warm and friendly smile, most often followed by a hearty laugh.
His legacy is his beautiful family, and it is our hope your memories will bring peace and comfort during this difficult time.
Please accept our deepest condolences.
Denise, Jason, Yvonne and the entire Chupik family, our sincerest condolences for the loss of a wonderful man. Our thoughts are with you and your family. With love and sympathy. Jenny and Maddie Crofts xo
My deepest sympathy to the Chupik & Kleisinger family. The loss is large, and I wish you all an abundance of peace and love to get you through this sad experience.
Denise & Family
We are so sorry for your loss. He was a very neat & funny guy, & will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
We lost another one of the good guys, thats for sure.
Love & hugs
Trudy Soloway & family
Wishing you peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts. Sharing in your sorrow. With love and friendship.
Jim and Lisa Stinson
My sincere condolences to the Chupik family. I hope that you can find strength in each other during this difficult time. I know Harry was loved so much by his family. Sending love and prayers to you all.
Jaime Laturnus (Pollock)
Condolences to the Chupik Family for their loss of a great man! Harry was always a great story teller and I especially enjoyed the ones that he shared about how he got started in the plumbing business. A true entrepreneur and an inspiration to all of us small business owners! It’s always sad to see loved ones leave us, cherish the moments and memories! Always remembered never forgotten!
Never had a better round of golf than I did golfing one day years ago with Harry. He used what he called Harry's rules of golf and I shaved 10 strokes off my round. He was a fun guy. My condolences to the Chupik family on its loss. Marty Hope
I was so sorry to hear of Harry's passing. My deepest condolences to Denise and the family, as well as the entire Uncle Nick clan. May you find comfort in your wonderful memories of him. While I didn't get to see Harry much over the years, I am pleased that my brother Dave and I got to spend some time with him and other cousins last year at Aunt Helen's funeral. Rest in Peace, Harry.
Both Harry and I attended Sturgis Composite High School. Just last July, we all reunited at our 50th class reunion. It was great to see Harry’s smiling face again. Growing up, both our families had many get togethers.
Memories can never be taken away.
It is difficult, today, to see beyond the sorrow, may looking back at memories and happy times help comfort you all tomorrow.
Our deepest condolences to the entire Chupik Family. We sincerely hope peace finds you during this most difficult time.
Harry left a mark on so many people.
Lorraine (Lazaruk) & Ron Stone
Anne and I knew Harry and Denise for a short time when we lived in Calgary as back door neighbours on Woodbrooke Close. Harry-Gregory -Hrich in Ukrainian was a wonderful person-always full of life and always willing to help. We shared many evenings by his hot tub telling stories. I had spoken to Harry years later through Hans Klassen and miss him.It is with sadness that we say goodbye to Harry and wish Love and strength to Denise and the Family. May he rest in Peace with the Angels.Mike & Anne Jaz-Ottawa, Ontario
So sorry to hear of Harry's passing. Enjoyed the time I worked with Harry and Denise buying and selling homes for them in Arizona. My condolences to Denise and all of Harry's family.
Harry was a great guy and a smart businessman. We knew Harry through his brother Zan (Alex) and he always had a big smile. I would see Harry when we would return to Calgary and visit Canyon Plumbing in the 1990's and early 2000's.
We were so saddened to hear about his passing. Our sincere sympathies to Denise and her family.
Rob & Wendi MacKinlay
Harry was my best friend growing up. We were the same age celebrating our birthdays in the month of June. We lived only 3 miles apart. We attended the same high school in Sturgis & we were reunited last July for our 50th high school reunion in Sturgis. I will cherish our memories forever. Sincerest condolences & heartfelt sympathy to Denise & family.
Met Harry in 1985 at Beattie Homes. He was a nice person to be around. Now he and Bill can continue playing golf.
I am so sorry to hear about Harry’s passing. So many memories of visiting with the entire Chupik family when they lived north of Danbury. God bless. Cindy Stasiuk Elder
He had so much positivity to share with everyone around him I remember our time together in Kelowna like it was yesterday
There are too many memories to mention but there was always a common thing when spending time with Harry. Everytime we met whether for coffee, on the golf course, for lunch or just a phone call we always had great conversations and a lot of laughs. It always felt good spending time with Harry.
We always had a bet on our golf games from who pays for lunch or buys the drinks and I remember the big smiles he always had when he would win. The thìng is he would never let me pay he always took care of it.
I will miss you Harry.
When I met Harry many years ago, little did I know that he and his family would become my family. Or that, in addition to being a brother-in-law, Harry would become a cherished friend. I could talk to Harry about anything and, oh the laughs we shared! He had a way to put a positive or funny spin on so many things. Always full of ideas and plans for the future for he and Denise and his children.
What I truly admired about Harry was his love of family, Denise, Jason and Yvonne, his brothers and sisters and his parents. Also his dedication to the successful business he started with brother Alexander so many years ago. The entire family benefited from Canyon in so many ways.
A humble guy who lived a full life, that was Harry.
In addition to family, he loved his fast cars, his golf and his John Deer tractor. Harry’s last ride ended up being on the John Deer, at home, in the sunshine doing something he enjoyed. We should all be so lucky.
Thank you for all the time we shared both happy and sad. Harry you were a truly exceptional person and I’m so grateful and blessed to have had you in my life.
Love you always.