Mujcin, Mustafa “Mike”

October 12, 1943 – October 3, 2017
at the age of 73 years

Mass of Christian Burial, 10.30 a.m, Thursday, October 12, 2017, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, Salmon Arm

Mustafa “Mike” Mujcin passed away peacefully on Monday, October 02, 2017 At Shuswap Lake General Hospital in Salmon Arm after a brief battle with lymphoma.
Mustafa was born in Bosnia on October 12, 1943 and moved to Canada at the age of 21 to work in Yellowknife. Mustafa and Milena met when Mustafa was 26 and Milena was 19. They were married within six months. Mustafa and Milena moved to Salmon Arm (with John and Harry) in 1974.
Mustafa is survived by his wife Milena and four children; John (Margo), Harry (Kierstin), Jane and James. Survived by grandchildren; Roman, Allen, Gabriel, Darby, Armand, Mary-Clare, Jackson, Kateri, Jamieson, Victoria, Graham and Colette.Also survived by brother Hak (Heidi) as well as nephews Mirsad and Senad.
Mustafa worked at Federated Coop for over 30 years (sawmill). Mustafa loved McDonald’s coffee, walking, spending time in his yard and with his furry friend Pepper.
Heartfelt thanks go out to Dr. Main and wonderful staff in the Oncology Unit, Dr. Breugem, Dr. Wood, Sean Harcus LPN, who my dad had a great connection with and kept my Dad smiling, the staff at Shuswap Lake General Hospital, Fischer’s Funeral Home and many friends and family.

 

7 Comments

  1. Gerry always enjoyed working with Mike. I remember he always had a smile and greeting whenever we would meet him. He loved his family, especially the grandkids.

  2. Dear Milena…please accept our sincere condolences. Remembering our visits at the Shuswap Medical Group Clinic, the Christmas parties, etc. Mustafa was a wonderful man. Take care. Shirley-Ann and Burt Asay

  3. I first met Mike in 1976 or 77 at Federated. We both started working there at about the same time. I liked him immediately: down to earth, hard-working, friendly. Mike’s qualities were many. I will miss Mustafa and the chats and short visits we would have around town wherever we would run into each other. My thoughts are with you and your family. Mike was truly a wonderful guy.

  4. Growing up as neighbours to Mike and Milena since the 70’s brings back a lot of happy memories. Mike was a very lovable man and became more like family to us as the years passed. Both Mike and Milena were wonderful friends to my parents John and Maire and also to me. To Milena, John, Harry, Jane and James and families, please know my thoughts are with you at this time. He will be deeply missed..

  5. Awe, I was saddened to read that Mustafa passed away. I’ll remember his smile when he came to my til at Askew’s Uptown and buying Darby a treat. He was a very nice man and always had the exact change. My sincere sympathy.

  6. To Milena and family, I was saddened to hear of Mustafa’s passing. Please accept my sincere offer of prayers for all of you. May Mustafa rest in eternal peace in the heavenly presence of our Lord Jesus and our Holy Mother Mary.

  7. Wish I knew Mustafa more than I did. Take care guys

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