Vivian C. Tymko

Vivian C. Tymko

unknown - August 13, 2013

Vivian C. (Webster) Tymko, 96, passed away Tuesday, Aug. 13, 2013, due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Vivian was born and raised in Syracuse. After the death of her husband in 1952, William Tymko, she worked to raise her two small children. Vivian was employed at the Dietz Company, Will & Baumer Candle Company, Western Union, and finally retiring from Merchants Bank after 15 years of service at the age of 67. She was a life-long communicant of Assumption Church in Syracuse.
Vivian was a vibrant young 96-year-old who enjoyed life and embraced all it offered her. She was a beautiful loving person to all who knew her, having a huge smile for all, with kind words to follow. If our world could adopt her tender sweet personality, it would be a lot happier place for all. Vivian was just amazing and we are heartbroken to have lost her. She is predeceased by her husband, William S. Tymko, her grandson, Daniel Patrick Connor, sister, Loraine Durosko, and three brothers; William, George, and Raymond.
Surviving to cherish her memory is a son, William “Butch” (Mary) Tymko of Cicero, daughter, Sharon (Patrick) Connor of Liverpool, two granddaughters; Kimberly (Eric) Connor-Misenko of Baldwinsville, Andria Panzica, great-granddaughter, Sydney Blanchard both of Eastwood, two brothers, Charles Webster of Liverpool, Jack (Patricia) Webster of Florida, sister, Dolores (B.J.) Kinslow of Clay. Also surviving are many nieces, nephews, cousins as well as countless friends from her 30 years as a resident of Pitcher Hill Apartments in North Syracuse.
Calling hours: 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 17, at the Maurer Funeral Home Moyers Corners, 3541 State Route 31 Baldwinsville. Funeral services: noon Monday, Aug. 19, at the Maurer Funeral Home Moyers Corners and 1 p.m. in Assumption Church, 812 N. Salina St. in Syracuse where a Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated. The Rite of Committal and burial will follow in Assumption Cemetery.


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