Annie (Anne) Peleshaty
Passed on February 15, 2023
(nee Kaschyshyn) May 3, 1927 – Feb. 15, 2023
Peacefully, on February 15, 2023 at Arborg & Districts Health Centre, Anne Peleshaty, beloved mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, passed away at the age of 95 years.
Mom will be dearly missed by her children, Don (Ritma), Rose-Anne (Royden), David (Mary-Anne), Bonnie (Dany), and daughter-in-law Roseline. She will be lovingly remembered by her eight grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.
Anne was predeceased by her husband John, son Tom, and her five siblings.
Anne grew up on a farm in Inwood, MB. She met and later married her husband John in 1945. Together, they farmed and eventually raised five children. We all enjoyed her cooking, baking, canning, and most of her experimental recipes. Mom would adopt anyone who came through the door, in hope that they were hungry, so she could fatten them up before sending them home.
Mom doted on her family, never missing a birthday or special occasion. Even in her 90s, she kept track of all the new family additions, noted on her big block calendar. In summer, flowers were Mom’s passion and she always enjoyed being surrounded by plants and blooms. Her stories, jokes, and advice will be remembered, shared, and appreciated for generations to come.
We miss you already.
Funeral Services for Anne will be held at the Stonewall Christ the King Catholic Church at 315 – 2nd St. E. at 10:00 am, Friday, February 24, 2023 with viewing prior to the service. Interment to follow at Stonewall Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation toward the restoration of the Quarry Park Kilns, c/o Interlake Community Foundation.
Anne’s family extend a sincere thank you to the many, daily Home Care workers and also to the amazing medical staff at Arborg and Stonewall Hospitals, who provided excellent care, until her passing.
Our condolences to the Pelashaty family. Anne and John were great friends to Mom and Dad (Mary and Dorland McCullough). It was always entertaining when we went to the farm. Rest in peace Anne. Brenda and Fred McCullough
The last of the original Peleshaty ‘s John / mike / Nellie / Alex . Anne , Joyce , Tom , Adele . Signed Dwayne / Ben, Jame Peleshaty ( Alex /Adele kids. Victoria , BC
I remember all the good times on the family farm with her as a kid, she was the life of the party weather it was cracking a joke, singing, or passing me a $5 bill and telling me not to say anything to mom or dad, she was one of the most kind and happy go lucky person I’ve ever been around. I’m thankful for the good times and lucky to be part of her family, my condolences to all the peleshatys..
My condolences to the whole family aunty Ann was the best she was always the life of the party at family gatherings she was also very close with our mom Dorothy she will be someone who nobody will ever forget hope you rest in peace aunty Ann we all loved you very much
Our sincere condolences to Dave, Mary-Anne and family on the loss of your mother / grandmother. May your loving memories of her help ease you through the difficult times.
Rob Tindale. Jackie & Rob Black
I grew up about a mile away from the Peleshaty’s farm. Being close friends with Bonnie, the farm became like a second home for me… Anne always made me feel like I was a part of the family. She was always kind hearted and full of fun! I have many beautiful memories of those years, and I will always be grateful for having known such a remarkable lady! Condolences to her amazing family; she will truly be missed…
Alison Lecuyer (Ballantyne)
Sending our condolences to the entire Peleshaty family. May her memories bring you comfort today and always.
Bruce and Krin
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