Julia Jenny Tyacke

January 12, 1936 - January 21, 2012 

Julia Jenny Tyacke

January 12, 1936 - January 21, 2012 

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Melody Zaleschuk posted a Condolence | January 27, 2012

Auntie Julie I will miss you always and am sad you are no longer able to enjoy the things in life that made you happy and the great lady you are. I'm sad that I couldn't be with your family and friends today to celebrate your life and reminisce about years past. You were one of my favourite Aunties and was always happy to hear when you'd be in town from the States. You mean so much to my Mom (Clementine) and know that she'll be missing you very much too. You two were like sisters always sharing stories over a cup of coffee or playing a game of Yatzee. Your love of music, dancing, cooking, Ukrainian cross-stitch are many of things that I'll remember about you and so will others that knew you. I remember when I was a little girl and you invited my Mom and I to share your holiday to Minneapolis. It was my first time to the USA and thought the ride there was the best. Heather and I got to talk on the CB radio to Uncle Milt traveling in the other car. May your life live on in those who knew you. I love you Auntie Julie and will miss you very much. See you again someday and maybe you can finally teach me that jumping polka. Be sure to hello to Uncle Milt and my Dad for me and be sure to have dance for me. With love and sympathy, Melody Zaleschuk (niece)
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niece, Darlene (nee Tyacke) Cross posted a Condolence | January 24, 2012

So long for now Auntie Julie. Even though I know I will see you again one day I am sad for your family at this time. They love you so and you brought smiles to their faces and hearts. And to hear you were a great cook well, that is truely a gift they will miss. Let the music play until we meet again beautiful lady.
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Cody Tamble posted a Condolence | January 24, 2012

Words can not express what has happened and how I feel. A great and fantastic person has passed, but not forgotten. Her love for family was immense and her cooking...was awesome. Playing War, kings corner, go fish, all those card games and playing random casino games, even bingo, will always remind me of you. Tell Dad hi for us all. We'll miss you Grandma, I love you.
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