Harry Tokarek passed away at St. Paul’s Hospital in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan on Sunday, July 3, 2016 at age 88. Born May 30, 1928 in Speers Saskatchewan, to Metro and Wasylyna Tokarek. Harry grew up on the family farm along with twelve brothers and sisters. A fascination with electronics, that began in childhood, led him into the RCAF where he became an expert on avionics and radar. Stationed in France, and locations across Canada and the United States, he and his family were able to visit much of Europe and North America. He oversaw the closure of CFB Fort Churchill in Churchill, Manitoba and was later assigned to NORAD, stationed in Great Falls, Montana. He retired from the military and his last post at CFB Dana, Saskatchewan in 1975. He and his wife Evelyn moved to their farm west of Langham along the North Saskatchewan river where they created their own unique home. Harry was known for his generosity, and his love of flying, electronics, astronomy, and physics. His family and friends will miss his spirit of accomplishment and independence. Harry’s wife Evelyn, son Roger Tokarek and Roger’s wife Lisa Tokarek, grandson Ryan Tokarek and Ryan’s partner Vincent Weathers would like to express thanks for the support shown by friends and family. His family is grateful for the care and service provided by the staff at St. Paul’s Hospital. A small memorial was held at the Dalmeny Funeral Home in Dalmeny, Saskatchewan. Arrangement were in care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME (306-254-2022).