Obituary of Jeramy Oystrick
JERAMY JACOB OYSTRICK
Jeramy was born in Yorkton, Saskatchewan on February 11, 1998. He graduated from Balfour Collegiate on June 30, 2016. Jeramy enjoyed playing football and XBOX. He loved to make people smile and listen to their stories and was always there to give a hug. Jeramy could wrap his arms around you and give you that “perfect” squeeze. He loved his family, friends and his pets. Jeramy had a heart for everyone and anything. He loved his trucks and cars especially those with loud mufflers! Jeramy loved to “fix” his vehicles, he would take them apart and never put them back together because the louder they were the better! Jeramy, his dad and brother spent many hours working on their 1980 Camaro, named “Barbarian”. The three of them enjoyed cleaning the Camaro to attend car shows and drag races, and simply spending the time they had together. He spent many days and nights at the “leg” hanging out and cruising with his friends. Jeramy loved to spend time with his friends and family especially his family during the holidays. He always made the people around him feel important and special. Jeramy had a heart of gold and a smile that would make anyone feel better. Being outdoors was his life he loved to fish, hunt, golf, swim, hike, walk Zoe and just hangout and have a smoke. He spent many summers at the lake in Fort Qu’Appelle in his little red shack, with Zoe. Jeramy enjoyed the lake so much that he made a metal sign that says “54 R-Ranch” that sits at the beginning of the laneway. His metal art work also included a plasma cut of “The Boy’s” best friend his Springer Spaniel, Zoe. He had a talent when it came to welding and was planning to attend Sask Poly Tech in September for Welding. Jeramy will be watching over us from above and missing us, as we do him.
Jeramy will be forever missed and cherished by all who knew him.