Manoly R C PhD

Manoly R C PhD Lupul 1927 2019

Obituary for
Manoly R., C.M., Ph.D. Lupul
On July 24, 2019, Manoly R. Lupul passed away in Calgary at the age of 91 years. Born in Vegreville, Alberta, he lived in nearby Willingdon until 1944. He was the son of William Taras Lupul and Eudokia (Dorothy) Tkachuk. He is survived by Natalie (née Goresky), his loving wife of 66 years; and by his children, David and Elaine; his son-in-law, Monty Martin; four grandchildren, Lesya, Stefan, Tanya and Sabrina; and brother, William; another brother, Walter, predeceased him.
Manoly graduated with a B.A. (honours history) degree (1950) and a B.Ed. degree (1951), both from the University of Alberta. He held an M.A. from the University of Minnesota (1955) and a Ph.D. from Harvard University (1963), specializing in the history and philosophy of education and political studies.
Initially, Manoly taught junior high school in Leduc and Edmonton. After serving as a sessional lecturer at Boston University, he joined the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta in 1958, offering several of the first Canadian-based courses in educational foundations. His main research interests were church-state relations in education; the education of minorities in western Canada; the politics of education and of multiculturalism in Canada; and the history of Ukrainians in Canada. He published two books, edited five others, and contributed chapters and articles in several books and numerous scholarly journals. At the University of Alberta, he was the founding director (1976-86) of the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies. To assist the latter, he co-founded the Canadian Foundation for Ukrainian Studies. Both are still extant. In Edmonton, he was a member of the Better Education Association, the city’s Historical Board, the Alberta Cultural Heritage Council, and the Management Committee of Fort Edmonton Historical Park. In 1971 he drafted the first official policy of multiculturalism for the province of Alberta. He served as the Prairies regional chairman of the Canadian Consultative Council on Multiculturalism (1973-76) and as its national vice-chairman (1976-79). He was a longtime member of Edmonton’s Ukrainian Professional and Business Club and president of its national federation (1973-75). In 1977-78 he chaired the Alberta government’s Advisory Board that approved the final plans for the provincial Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village, east of Edmonton. He also played a large role in the establishment of the bilingual education programs within Edmonton’s two school systems.
For his scholarly and community work, Professor Lupul was awarded the Order of Canada in 2003. He was also honoured by the University of Alberta Alumni Association, the government of Alberta, and by various Ukrainian-Canadian organizations and institutions.
His family thanks the wonderful staff at Chinook Hospice who provided comfort and support to him during the final stage of his life.
His interment will be a private family affair. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, August 8, 2019, at 6:00 p.m., at Park Memorial, 9709-111 Avenue, Edmonton. Mrs. Lupul and family would be pleased to welcome at that time all who wish to attend the service. Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Institute of Ukrainian Studies, with Manoly Lupul Endowment Fund on the memo line and mailed to: CIUS, 4-30 Pembina Hall, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB T6G 2H8.

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