Hudak, Angela Lynn
Angela Lynn Hudak was born on May 29, 1976 to Victor and Linda Hudak in Tisdale, Saskatchewan. She grew up in the Crooked River area and developed a huge love for all animals that stayed with her all her life. She was a tomboy in the truest sense of the word, spending countless hours in the garage with Dad. Ang developed a love for classic cars and the ability to work on all kinds of vehicles.
Angie’s interests were numerous. She loved boating and water skiing in the summer and snowboarding in the winter. She enjoyed collecting antiques and loved finding gems in a garage sale. She spent hours riding her Harley and when she couldn’t ride she was polishing and customizing. She loved drawing and always had a craft project on the go. She would go gold panning and exploring in the mountains every chance she got. There was a fishing rod and tackle box in every vehicle she ever had, just in case she found the perfect spot!
Family was the most important thing in Ang’s life, and once you met her you were a part of her family. Her core was her daughters and son, her mom and dad, her uncles and aunts, but she made sure that everyone else felt just as loved.
Left to cherish her memory are her father Victor Hudak, mother Linda Olmstead (Dave), daughters: Leah Guy (Reeve Leopold), Alexandra Guy and Jessica Wilson, son Micheal Wilson, husband Jason Wilson, grandson Hayden Leopold; as well as uncles, aunts, cousins and friends. A funeral service was held 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 22, 2013in the Crooked River Community Hall, Crooked River, Saskatchewan. Donations may be made to the Salvation Army as a token of remembrance. Barron’s Funeral Chapel and Crematorium were honored to serve the family.