Larry Korchinski, 59, was a remarkable person who will be missed greatly by the people of Saskatoon. The roles that Larry played as a son, husband, father, brother, uncle, brother-in-law, coworker, friend, and devoted teammate defined his life. Although the cause of his death has not been made public, Larry leaves behind a legacy of unwavering devotion to his family, unwavering dedication to his career, and a profound impact on those fortunate enough to have known him.
As a devoted son, Larry demonstrated unparalleled obedience and a deep sense of responsibility. His commitment to caring for his mother, Anne, stood as a testament to his character. Collaborating with his brothers, Larry undertook a multitude of tasks over the years, ranging from significant responsibilities to the smallest gestures, all with the intention of ensuring his mother’s well-being.
Larry’s professional journey began with a prominent oil and gas firm in Calgary, reflecting his dedication to the energy industry. However, he later returned to his roots in Saskatoon, where he found his place in the Cameco legal department. Larry’s pride in his work as a lawyer was evident, and his love for his job shone through in every aspect of his professional life.
The Korchinski family, consisting of Larry’s wife, Stacey, and their children, Kevin and Kate, held a special place in Larry’s heart. His role as a husband and father brought him immense joy, evident in the countless family vacations, sports events, and shared moments of pursuing dreams and hobbies. Larry’s dedication to his family extended to cherished times at the cabin, where the bonds of love and laughter were strengthened. His walks with Indie, the family’s goldendoodle, were moments of simple joy that Larry treasured.
Larry Korchinski’s commitment to his family was unwavering, and he spared no effort in providing for their well-being. His legacy is one of love, selflessness, and an enduring devotion that will continue to inspire those who knew him.
The news of Larry’s passing is met with a heavy heart in Saskatoon, and the community will come together to remember and celebrate his life. The Funeral Mass at Holy Spirit Roman Catholic Parish on December 15, 2023, at 2:00 p.m., will be a time to reflect on Larry’s impact and offer support to the grieving family. The subsequent Rite of Committal at Hillcrest Cemetery will provide an opportunity for closure and remembrance.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be graciously directed to https://www.huskiehockeyalumni.com, a cause that holds significance to Larry. This gesture reflects his connection to the community and his passion for supporting endeavors close to his heart.
Larry Korchinski’s departure leaves a void in the lives of those who knew him, but his memory will endure through the love he shared, the lessons he imparted, and the impact he had on both his family and the community.