Mary HancsarikFebruary 07,2014Mary Hancsarik
Mary Hancsarik, 93, of Rutland, died February 4, 2014, at the Mountain View Center in Rutland.
She was born July 4, 1920, in West Rutland, the fourth child of a family of eight children to Joseph and Frances (Broza) Duda.
Ms. Hancsarik was employed as a bookkeeper for many years by the Beauchamp & O’Rourke Pharmacy, prior to her retirement in 1990.
She loved cats and enjoyed bowling, bingo and gardening.
Survivors include two sons, John Hancsarik and his wife, Celeste, of Alvaton, KY, and Michael Hancsarik and his wife, Carla, of Simi Valley, CA; a sister, Jane Savery of Lake Placid, FL; a brother, Walter Duda of Poultney, VT; grandchildren: Margaret Shumel of Chappaqua, NY, Cathy Alves of Placerville, CA, Cory Hancsarik of Victorville, CA, Mathew Hancsarik of Sacramento, CA, Christopher Hancsarik and Nicholas Hancsarik, both of Brandon, VT; several great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
She was predeceased by her longtime companion, Julian Gelvan, in 2012.
Services will be held at a later date.
Arrangements are by the Aldous Funeral Home.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Rutland County Humane Society Inc., 765 Stevens Road, Pittsford, VT 05763.
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