Jack Koberinski of Humboldt, Saskatchewan, passed away on Saturday, June 6, 2020, at St Mary's Villa, Humboldt, SK. He was 89 years of age. Jack was born on the family farm near Sinnett, SK on January 2, 1931. As a young man, he started work as a contractor on the powerlines in 1957. This project involved travel all over Saskatchewan. By 1968, Jack took over the family farm and worked there for almost 30 years before moving off the farm and into Lanigan, SK, in 1996. By 2006, he moved to Humboldt. Jack enjoyed meeting people wherever he went and helping them in any way he could. Baseball, hockey and football were all sports he enjoyed watching during his free time. Jack always had time to visit and everyone loved to hear his many stories. He lived a simple life and he was loved by all who knew him. Jack will be sadly missed and lovingly remembered by six brothers; Art (Marj) of Kincardine, ON; Keith (Linda) of North Battleford, SK; Edmund (Rose) of Saskatoon, SK; Harold (Ardyth) of Port Hope, ON; Ron (Nola) of Lanigan, SK; and Dan (Marj) of Lashburn, SK; three sisters: Shirley Barnes of Saskatoon, Elaine Lukan of Humboldt, SK; and Sheila (Greg) Erickson of Gloucester, ON; and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He was predeceased by his parents, John and Ethel (nee Cox) Koberinski; brothers, Ray and Neil (in infancy); sister Fran; and by brothers-in-law: Albert Lessmeister, Lorne Barnes and Urban Lukan. A private graveside service was held on Thursday, June 11, 2020 at St Augustine R.C. Cemetery in Humboldt, SK. A Funeral Mass will be held at a later date.