Gabriel Krasuin was killed during World War II (WWII) on June 9, 1946.  To honour his contribution a lake in Saskatchewan has been given the name Krasiun Lake.

Krasiun Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada

The lake was named after Gabriel Krasuin on September 6, 1956 as part of the project begun in 1947 by the Saskatchewan Geographic Names Board and completed by Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan in 2003.

The lake is very long but not very wide.  It measures about 7km long but it is only about 400m wide with some sections being narrower.

You cannot drive to Krasiun Lake unfortunately as there are no roads nearby.  It is located about 178km directly north of La Ronge, Saskatchewan.  

See more on the federal government website Natural Resources Canada.