RANSHAW — Myron Edward “Marv” Zenyuch, 87, of 603 Sixth St., passed away peacefully, Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at his residence.

He was born in Marion Heights, July 31, 1930, a son of the late George and Anna (Kurtz) Zenyuch.

Myron attended public school in Marion Heights and graduated from Kulpmont High School with the class of 1948.

He enlisted in the U.S. Army in 1949, and was in training at Fort Jackson, S.C., and Fort Bragg, N.C. During the Korean Conflict, he served with the 908th Ammunition Ordinance Company, attached to the Japanese Logistical Command.

After his discharge in 1951, Myron became a partner as a mechanic at the Atlantic Service Station at Luke Fidler, which later became the Zenyuch Brothers Gulf Service Station at Berry’s. Prior to his retirement. he also worked at Universal Packaging in Mount Carmel, as a printer operator.

On May 19, 1956, Myron married the former Julia Tomaschik, in Transfiguration of Our Lord Church, Shamokin. The Rev. Marion Kowala presided at the ceremony.

Myron was a lover of music and loved to sing in the church choir at the Patronage of the Mother of God Ukrainian Catholic Church in Marion Heights, where he was at one time a member. He was a member of Transfiguration of our Lord Ukrainian Catholic Church, Shamokin.

He was a lifetime member of Marion Heights Fire Co, Brady Fire Co, and Kulpmont American Legion Post 231. He was also a member of the Sunflower Club and Shamokin/Coal Township Senior Action Center. Myron was a huge MLB and NFL fan, and he especially loved the Phillies, Mets, Eagles and the Steelers. He also enjoyed watching Penn State football games. He loved to watch the Pennsylvania Polka, Lawrence Welk, the Waltons, and he would always enjoy watching a great western.

Survivors include his loving wife of 62 years, Julia; his three daughters, Janet Gulliver and her husband, Scott, of Bloomsburg; Patricia Worhacz and her husband, Timm, of Shamokin; and Annette Zenuch, of Coal Township; five grandchildren: Tim Worhacz and his fiancé, Jan Goodeliunas, of Elysburg; Andrea Lupotsky and her husband, Matthew, of Shamokin; Alexander Worhacz and his wife, Janelle, of Kulpmont; Matthew Gulliver and his fiancé, Alexis Carl, of Bloomsburg; and Christina Gulliver, of Bloomsburg; four great-grandchildren; Luca, Giuliana, Max and Andrew Worhacz; two brothers, John Zenyuch and his wife, Theresa, of Marion Heights, and Andrew Zenyuch and his wife, Nancy, of Carlisle.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by five sisters, Mary Ritzko, Anne Countryman, Sophie Rusinko, Kathryn Hornberger and Roselle Zenyuch; and four brothers, Michael, George, Joseph and Edward Zenyuch.



ZENYUCH — Myron Edward “Marv” Zenyuch, 87, of Ranshaw. Divine Liturgy will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday in Transfiguration Ukrainian Catholic Church, Shamokin, with the Rev. Mykola Ivanov and the Rev. Mark Fesniak as celebrants. Interment will follow in All Saints Cemetery, Bear Gap. Viewing will be from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Stephen A. Chowka Funeral Home, 114 N. Shamokin St. In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in his memory to Transfiguration Ukrainian Catholic Church, 303 N. Shamokin St., Shamokin 17872.

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