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Friday, March 30, 2018
Amy Lynn Sauve posted a condolence
Wednesday, March 23, 2005
To whom It May Concern: Ever since Justyna entered Montgomery Meadows,I became very close to her. I enjoyed the times that her & I shared.I always tried to do my best to bring her comfort & happiness every day no matter what the task at hand. Her & I would sit and have a cup of juice together in the morning. We would read the Ukrainian newspapers that I would provide for her her with her Ukrainian version & I with my English translation. And even though she knew many different languages and I knew so few, we were still able to communicate. She taught me a few Ukrainian words, and I taught her one of my favorite sayings that I still use from time to time. She used to repeat it back to me on occasion. That saying was "okie-dokie smokey". Everytime I would say those words to her she would just start giggling. She brought alot of joy into my life and made me feel like she was one of my own family members. I may have only had a few years to spend with her but, the memories we shared while I took care of her at Montgomery Meadows will last me a lifetime.I certainly will miss having her around. But, as I carry on, I will remember everything she ever, taught me and the memories that her & I created as we spent time together. She certainly made a job in healthcare that is overwhelming at times seem a little bit easier to handle. I am glad that I had the chance to get to know her and to help her in anyway I possibly could. Justyna, I will never forget you! Love Forever & Always, Your Friend & caregiver, Amy Lynn Sauve C.N.A.