Lawrence George Capjack


February 25, 1946 – March 27, 2022

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our
father, Lawrence Capjack at the age of 76.

Lawrence is survived by his loving sons Jason (Kim) and Curtis (Amanda), and his three beautiful granddaughters: Ella, Juliet and Paige, who were the lights of his life. He also leaves to mourn his brother, Orest (Connie), sister, Arlene (Mel), and his sister-in-law Linda (wife of his late brother Clarence), as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Lawrence also leaves behind many close, lifelong friends whose company he enjoyed immensely.

Lawrence was born in Elk Point, AB. Edmonton later became his home after he graduated from NAIT and began his lifelong career as an electrician, and later as an independent consultant. Lawrence will be fondly remembered for his love of collecting antiques of every nature, and for his love of fishing!

Respecting Lawrence’s wishes, we will celebrate his life in private.

Rest in peace.

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Alexander Kautz

He was a very dear friend, sold me many wonderful antique clocks, telephones, and serviced them for me routinely. He called himself ‘the junkman’ but owned and shared some of the most wonderful treasures. I will miss him, but fondly remember him within the ticking of the beautiful clocks that still grace my home. God Bless and keep you, always… My sincerest condolences are extended to his sons, of whom he loved most dearly in this life.

AJ Adhami

I am so sorry to hear this news. May he RIP. I really enjoyed working with Lawrence. I started working with him back in 2002 when I worked for SNC Lavalin ATP. I had a chance to go out to the field and that is how met Lawrence. What a great human being and he was like a father to me. I always called him monthly but however in March I did not. I am so sorry to hear this I hope the family will heal as time progresses.

John Jasinoski

You left us too soon Lawrence ….. will always remember you as a good friend and co worker. RIP

Kevin Strangway

Sincere condolences to Lawrence’s family. I knew and worked with Lawrence for many years. He was fiercely dedicated to his work and always fun to be around.

Barry Searle

Sorry to hear about Lawerence. We worked and played together for many years at Calgary Power and TAU

Uncle Keith, Auntie Suzie, and all of the Milmine family

Sending our deepest sympathy to all of the Capjack family on the loss of Lawrence. Jason, Curtis and families, may the great memories of your dad give you all strength during this difficult loss. Losing a father is a great amount of grief, losing a protector, a guiding hand, a best friend and a hero. Focus on all of the incredible memories you all shared together as a family. We will all miss him dearly! Lots of love to you all!

Darcy Stawniczy

You are missed my friend. Thought we would have a few more trips together.