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Mary Louise Demanchick
04/24/1926 — 02/16/2006
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania
Mary Louise Demanchick
Mary Demanchick, 79, passed away quietly on Thursday evening February 16th at Richland Rehabilitation Center, after a short illness. Mary was born in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania on April 24, 1926 to John and Anna Demanchick. After her mother died in 1982, she came to Richland to live with her sister Kay Domarotsky and brother-in-law ''Ski''. She loved living in Washington State. She was an avid bingo player, always enjoyed an occasional trip to a casino and the many trips to her sisters and brother-in-laws cabin at Pine Glen near Easton until her handicap and health slowed her down. All in all, she enjoyed her life. She made many friends and was enjoyed by all who knew her. For the last 2-1/2 years she had been residing at Richland Gardens Assisted Living where she loved the entire staff and really enjoyed living there. Mary was preceded in death by both her parents and a brother John. She is survived by her sister Kay Domarotsky and brother-in-law ''Ski''; her Aunt Betty Gambardella of East Haven, Connecticut; sister-in-law Ral Demanchick of Rochester, New York; nieces Cheryl, Barbara and Karen; nephews Mark, Johnnie, David, Phillip, and Stephen; also several great nieces and nephews; great-great nieces and nephews, all who will miss her very much. Viewing will be at Einans Funeral Home on Monday from 2:00 p.m. until Rosary prayer at 7:00 p.m. There will be a Funeral Mass at Christ the King Church, Richland at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, February 21st with graveside services to follow at Sunset Memorial Gardens, Richland.
I LOVE YOU,I MISS YOU,HAVE FUN IN HEAVEN.TERRON 5 YEAR OLD GREAT,GREAT,NEPHEW XOXOXOXOXO
Before relocating, Mary was a big part of our family’s life. My deepest condolences
Dear Kathryn deepest sympathy on the loss of your sister Mary.I can close my eyes and see Mary with her smile, bringing over pierogies to our house and saying the Rosary in Slovak with your mom and Dorothy. Those were the days, we had good times.Love, Anna Marie