In Memory of

Anne

Petrowsky

Obituary for Anne Petrowsky

The family of Anne Petrowsky, beloved wife of Frank, sadly announce her passing on Thursday, March 19 at St. Peter's Hospital. She was 85 years of age. Abiding by the Government of Saskatchewan's recommendation for gatherings less than 25 people, this will be a private family graveside service in St. Henry's Parish Cemetery. Condolences may be made on the memory wall on this site (baileysfuneralhome.com).

PETROWSKY - Anne Petrowsky OF St. Paul Lutheran Home, loving wife of Frank Petrowsky.
Anne entered her eternal rest with family at her side on Thursday, March 19, 2020 at St. Peter’s Hospital in Melville at the age of 85 years.
Anne was born to John and Mary (nee Wera) Fiforowich in Ituna, Saskatchewan.
She was raised on the family farm north of Ituna, Saskatchewan. She was the eldest of five children. Anne attended a one-room school not far from her homestead.
At the age of twenty, Anne met the love of her life, Frank at a local dance in Kelliher, Saskatchewan. Two years later on November 17, 1956 Anne and Frank were united in marriage. The couple were blessed with three children, Eunice followed by a son Elgine and finally Lawrence who completed their family.
Anne enjoyed baking, sewing, playing bingo, playing cards, cooking, crocheting, needlepoint, Afghans. She was an active member of St. George’s Ukrainian Catholic Church, donated many hours helping at the Ukrainian Catholic Hall and helped at the Melville Thrift Shop.
Predeceased by her parents, John and Mary and son Elgine. Anne leaves to cherish her memory her beloved husband, Frank of Melville; daughter, Eunice Novak of Melville; son, Lawrence of Winnipeg; grandchildren, Calvin, Colleen, Barry, Ricky and Chasity; great grandchildren, Telanne, Nihtanis, Brianne, Brayden, Jessica, Jack, William, Mary, Brianna, Kristopher and Justin; great great grandchildren, Cameron and Thereese; brothers, Ted Fiforowich, Joseph Fiforowich and Glenn Fiforowich; sister, Sylvia Fiforowich; as well as nieces and nephews.
Arrangements were by Bailey’s Funeral Home, Melville.