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Bohdanna Berezansky Obituary
BEREZANSKY, BOHDANNA WATERVLIET - Bohdanna A. Berezansky, 87, died Sunday, December 12, 2010 at Evergreen Commons in East Greenbush with her family at her side. Born in the Ukraine on May 3, 1923, she was the daughter of the late Rev. Wolodymyr and Stefania Czajkiwska Danyliw. In the Ukraine, Mrs. Berezansky was a kindergarten teacher. She married her beloved husband Michael on September 27, 1948 in Poland. She came to the United States in December, 1964 and settled in Watervliet. She was employed by O'Brien's Dress Factory in Watervliet as a seamstress, Albany Felt Co. in Menands and last for many years by Tek Hughes in Watervliet before retiring. In her retirement, Mrs. Berezansky would babysit her grandchildren and looked after all the kids in her neighborhood on 11th Avenue in Watervliet where she was affectionately known as "Baba". She enjoyed cooking, baking, cross-stitch, gardening and feeding all the kids in the neighborhood. She was a faithful communicant of St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church in Watervliet and was a member of the Ukrainian Women's League and participated in all of the functions of the church. She is the beloved wife of 63 years of Michael Berezansky, Devoted mother of Eugenia (John) Droczak of Auburn, NY, Luba (Richard) Morin of Charlotte, NC, Stephen (Irene) Berezansky of Lakeland, FL and Bohdan (Roxolana) Berezansky of Melrose, Adored "Baba" or grandmother of Taras and Tania Droczak, Jonathan and Stephanie Whiteley, Michael and Adrian Berezansky, Joshua (Meagan) Berezansky and Corporal Jennifer Berezansky, USMC, Great grandmother of Aidan, Adrianna and Teagan Berezansky and Tyler Whiteley, Loving sister of Luba (late John) Mokey of Watervliet, Myron (Jadwiga) Danyliw of Poland and the late Slavko, Stefan (late Maria) and Wolodymr Danyliw. Also survived by several nieces and nephews. The funeral liturgy will be Thursday at 8:30 am from the Parker Bros. Memorial, 2013 Broadway, Watervliet and at 9:00 am at St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church, Watervliet. Interment St. Nicholas Cemetery, Maplewood. Relatives and friends are invited and may call at the funeral home on Wednesday from 4-7 pm with the Panahyda service at 6 pm. Contributions may be made to the Children of Chernobyl, PO Box 455, Campbell, OH 44405 or the charity of your choice. Condolence book at www.ParkerBrosMemorial.com. Please sign the guestbook at rememberingny.us/troyrecord

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Published in The Record on Dec. 13, 2010
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