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TEKLA TRYLINSKI (published on January 26, 2009)

TEKLA TRYLINSKI June 18, 1921 to January 23, 2009 Our beloved Baba (Babcha) passed away peacefully on Friday, January 23, 2009 at Holy Family Nursing Home, with her beloved daughter Anna by her side. Baba Tekla was a wonderful, loving lady who touched our lives very deeply. Her quiet demeanor and shining smile was overtaken only by her huge heart. She was a lifelong member of St. Andrews Ukrainian Catholic Church, and the UCWLC, always giving unselfishly of her time. The greatest gift that she left our family, was her never ending love for God and her faith. We will treasure this forever in our hearts. Babcha always prayed for her family, and their needs. Thanks, Babcha! She was predeceased by her beloved husband Steve on October 23, 1983. Baba leaves to cherish her memory, her beloved daughter Anna and her husband Rev. Deacon Walter Knysh; her 4 grandchildren Nick wife Tammie, John wife Debbie, Mary Krakalovich husband Darcy, and Mike wife Sheryl; Babcha's pride and joy were her 11 great grandchildren Tasia, Kaitlyn, Jordan, Cory, Mikey, Harrison, Rose, Jan, Matthew, Christopher, and Steven. Dear to Babcha's heart was her very special friend Gigi Pulak, and his family Mary Ann, Joe and their families. Prayers will be held on Tuesday, January 27, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Andrews Ukrainian Catholic Church 160 Euclid Ave. Divine Liturgy will be celebrated on Wednesday, January 28, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. also at the church. Interment will follow at Holy Family Cemetery. It is with great honor that Babcha's grandsons and great grandsons will carry her to her final resting place. Our family would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the entire staff on St. John's Ward of Holy Family Nursing Home where Baba resided for 8 years. You were wonderful to her. May God bless you all. Special thanks to our adopted mom, Irene Zapisocki, who sat by Babcha's side many a night. If friends wish to make a donation to a charity, Baba Tekla would ask they be made to The Welcome Home or Siloam Mission. Expressions of sympathy may be sent to Now it is our turn to say to you Okay. See you later. Goodbye! Vichnaya Pamyat Family Owned and Operated Knysh Funeral Chapel 1161 Fife Street ph. 582-0973

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