Helen Bijanskyj

Obituary of Helen Bijanskyj

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Helen Bijanskyj, passed away July 16, 2022 in Irvine, CA having moved there from Spring Hill, FL in early 2021 after the death of then second husband Luka Bijanskyj. Born in the village of Kinskie, Poland on January 19th, 1935, she and her son Andrew emigrated to Syracuse to join her sister Stephanie Slonsky and her husband John. Helen was employed by Syracuse China for over 30 years. After Helen's retirement and death of her first husband Teodor Walus, she moved to Spring Hill, Florida where she met her second husband Luka and was married to him from June 16, 2001, to his passing on January 10th, 2021. Helen is survived by her son Andrew Serednycky and his wife Marushia, of Newport Coast, CA, and her niece Danusia Babiak and her family residing in Syracuse, as well as, four nieces living in Poland and Ukraine. Funeral services for former longtime resident of Syracuse, Helen Bijanskyj will be held Wednesday August 24th 2022 at 1 pm at the St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church, 207 Tompkins Street, Syracuse, NY. Mrs. Bijanskyj will be laid to rest in the St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Syracuse. In lieu of flowers, the family request those interested to make a donation in memory of Helen Bijanskyj to the Ukrainian Catholic University Foundation, 2247 West Chicago Avenue, Chicago IL 60622 www.ucufoundation.org Please sign the funeral home on-line guest book for Helen to express your condolences to her family.
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Wednesday
24
August

Final Resting Place

Wednesday, August 24, 2022
St. John the Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery
Salisbury Road
Syracuse, New York, United States
Wednesday
24
August

Funeral Service

1:00 pm
Wednesday, August 24, 2022
St. John The Baptist Ukrainian Catholic Church
207 Tompkins Street
Syracuse, New York, United States
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