OBITUARY

Paula Kaye Demianew

June 24, 1948May 2, 2021
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Paula K. (Sypian) Demianew, age 72 passed away peacefully May 2, 2021, at her home in Loveland Co. surrounded by her loved ones. Born June 24, 1948, in Rochester, NY to Paul and Blanche Sypian.

Paula was a long-time resident of Loveland and a dedicated, retired, employee of King Soopers for over 20 years where she practiced her amazing skills as a professional Chef.

She was a beloved daughter, dedicated Mother, devoted wife, doting grandmother, cherished sister, loving friend, and a generous, kind soul.

Paula is survived by her loyal, faithful, and supportive husband Robert Denianew, her loving daughter Sarah Sypian, and her grandson Dain Daniels, all of Loveland, CO.

She is also survived by her Sisters: Audrey Mae; Paonia, CO, Lynn Sypian; Bremerton, WA, Tania Beckel; Umatilla, FL, and Brother: Paul Sypian; Harbert, MI. Also, there are numerous nieces and nephews. We cherish every memory.

Paula faced every challenge with a positive outlook, determination, and a firm foundation of her faith in Jesus Christ. She endured many challenges which she faced courageously and with optimism. She loved to travel, was an avid walker, loved to laugh and spend time with family which she supplied with endless culinary delights. Her door and kitchen table were “always open!”

Paula’s Celebration of Life will be held at Allnutt Funeral Chapel 2100 N Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO this Sunday, May 9, 2021, at 9:00 a.m.

Services

  • Celebration of Life

    Sunday, May 9, 2021

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Dave Evans

May 5, 2021

Always a smile on her face and a positive attitude to go with it. You will be missed Paula. Prayers for all the Demianew family.

Nancy Crego

May 4, 2021

Paula was a kind and lovely woman who cared greatly for her family and God. She is safe and comfortable in her resting place. She will be missed dearly by her husband, daughter, grandson, sisters and nieces and nephews. It is sad to have her leave at this time. Much love to her family. Nan Crego

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