Ann Trynovich, 99, attended St. James Catholic, Matthew 25 volunteer, superb letter writer

By on April 13, 2016

Ann Trynovich, 99, passed away April 1, 2016, at Conestoga View.

Formerly of Lititz and Chester, she attended St James Catholic Church while living in Lititz. Her first love was her family and she was a superb letter writer, keeping her family connected. Her hobbies included reading and crocheting; each of her children and grandchildren received an afghan from her, made with lots of love. Ann worked at Sacred Heart Hospital in dietary, and at Matthew 25 Thrift Shop in Lititz. At Matthew 25, she had the honor of being the oldest volunteer.

She is predeceased by her husband: Steve (1993), after a 54-year marriage.

She is survived by a daughter: Mary Rose, of Media, wife of the late Ken; sons: Joseph, of Virginia, husband of Bernice; and Ray, of Lititz, husband of Connie; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

In lieu of flowers or cards, donations can be made in her honor to Alzheimer’s Association, 237 Court St., Reading, PA, 19601, or by visiting alz.org.

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