WASYLYNIUK - On February 16, 1962 Judy Leah Wasylyniuk (Anderson) was born in Yorkton, SK. The only daughter of Eileen & Donald Anderson and beloved sister of Lanny, Cokes, Hal and Corey. Judy went to Burke School and graduated from the Yorkton Regional High School in 1980. After high school, Judy went on to complete her hairdressing course and met the love of her life, Daniel. The two were wed on June 26, 1982. Judy enjoyed hairdressing until she began work at Western Grocer's where she worked for over 25 years. She was blessed with two beautiful daughters, Brandi and Brooklin who were the light of her life. She provided them with all her love and guidance in everything they did. She loved her mothering role so much that she opened her home to others as a daycare. All the kids that walked through her door loved coming just as much as she loved nurturing, teaching and caring for them. She was the biggest Saskatchewan Roughriders fan and never missed a game. She would spend a majority of her time at the cabin and enjoyed all the quiet and wilderness that it offered. Recently, she started crocheting and went on to teach her girls how to make a blanket. Among all these things she enjoyed, she enjoyed spending time with her family the most. She was predeceased by her mom and dad (Eileen and Donald Anderson), her father in law (Michael Wasylyniuk), her brother (Lanny Anderson) and numerous aunties and uncles. She leaves to cherish her memory her husband, Daniel, her children, Brandi (Troy) and Brooklin. Her brothers Cokes, Hal, & Corey (Tekena). Her nephews Kane (Stefanie), Daniel & Dawson. Her nieces Shelby and Kaycea (Levin). Her grandchildren Declan and Danica. Her great nieces and nephews Brielle, Raiden, Rockwell and Willow. The funeral service was held on Tuesday, June 9th 2020 from the Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre with Crystal Bailey, B.Th officiating. Niece Shelby read the poem, The Family Chain. Music played was See You Again, I Hope You Dance, the the Roughrider theme song, Green is the Colour. The interment took place in the Garden of Memories with husband Daniel serving as the urnbearer. Memorials in Judy's name may be made to the ALS Society, 2430 8th Ave. Unit C, Regina, SK S4R 5E3 Condolences can be left at baileysfuneralhome.com.