CAKY, Myron, passed suddenly at the age of 48, at his home on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. Born and raised in Oshawa, Ontario, Myron was a beloved and devoted son to
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Miron Sr. and Justina Caky. He was a devoted brother to Andrew (and wife Carrie) and Martin and a loving uncle to his nephew, Ethan, and niece, Mia. He was a beloved grandson and is remembered lovingly by his aunts, uncle, and extended family in Slovakia.
Myron is mourned by many who were touched by his humour, intelligence and kindness, especially by his many lifelong friends. Though humble, Myron accomplished remarkable things throughout his life. In 1992, Myron and his high school friends founded the Sunrise Recreational Youth Group for Young Adults with Disabilities. Throughout the years he remained passionate about the charity’s members and was proud of establishing the foundation on which it operates today. He received his Bachelor of Science from McMaster University, studied his Master of Science at McGill University and Oxford University in England, studied law at Queen’s University, and was in the process of finishing his MBA through the University of British Columbia.
Myron was an outdoor enthusiast and was especially passionate about cycling and snowboarding. He found good people and formed lasting friendships wherever he went. In his 48 years, he lived a life of adventure, friendship, and love and will be dearly missed by all who knew him.
Visitations and a celebration of Myron’s life will be held at Armstrong Funeral Home, 124 King Street East, Oshawa. Visitations will be Friday, July 26th, from 2-4pm and 6-8pm. The funeral service will be on Saturday, July 27th at 11am, in the chapel of the Armstrong Funeral Home followed by his interment at Groveside Cemetery in Whitby. Memorial donations to the Heart & Stroke Foundation would be appreciated by the family. To share an online condolence please visit www.armstrongfh.ca