December 18, 1930 – December 5, 2018
Anne Malysh (nee Daneliuk) was born on December 18th, 1930 at Yellow Creek, Saskatchewan and passed peacefully to be with her Lord and Saviour on December 5th, 2018 at Vernon, B.C.
She is survived by her loving husband Paul of 68 years, and her five children, Lois (Don), Jerome (Holly), Debra, Dennis (Cindy), and Andrea (Scott); grandchildren, Jonathan, Lisa, Brent, Katrina, Keelin, Jamie, Danika, Jacob, and Mathew; and great grandchildren Tia, Finn, Avery, Liliana, and Grayson.
She was predeceased by brothers, John & Bill; sister Effie; and her grandson Arran. She is survived by her sister Eva; and her brother Sam.
Annie left Yellow Creek in 1947 and came by train to stay with her aunt and uncle in Vernon, B.C. There she met the love of her life Paul and Vernon became her home.
She was a woman of her generation; mother, career woman, community volunteer, and always faithful to the Ukrainian Orthodox Church.
Anne loved to entertain many friends particularly in canasta marathons which usually included midnite lunch and sometimes breakfast.
She was longtime member of the Ukrainian Women’s Association, as well as volunteering many hours with the VJH Women Auxiliary. Paul and Anne were self-employed operating Paul’s Driving School which they started in 1959. Anne was a licensed driving instructor and is remembered by many people who she PATIENTLY taught to drive.
She was known far and wide for her culinary skills, particularly her cinnamon buns, holubtsi and perohy; all of these being Baba’s top secret recipes.
She instilled in her family, a “better than good” attitude. With a house filled with laughter and love, each child and grandchild became seasoned canasta players before the age of five as a right of passage at “Camp Kubasa”.
Prayer Service will be held at the Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 4100 – 27th Street, on Tuesday, December 11th at 7 pm. Funeral Service will take place at the Ukrainian Orthodox Church on Wednesday, December 12th at 10 am., officiated by Reverend Father Chad Pawlyshyn. Interment will follow at the Pleasant Valley Cemetery and lunch at the Vernon Lodge. All are welcome!
In lieu of flowers, please make donations “In Memory of Anne Malysh” to the Vernon Jubilee Hospital or The Sadok Ukrainian Dance Ensemble of Vernon.
The family wishes to thank Dr. Wm. Lemiski for his exceptional care of our mother as well as the amazing nurses and doctors at the Vernon Jubilee Hospital.
Memory Eternal * BiyHR NM’RTb!
Funeral arrangements have been made with Bethel Funeral Chapel Ltd., 5605-27th Street, Vernon, BC. V1T 8Z5 250-542-1187.
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