Effie (Boyko) Mrozowich

December 9, 1926 ~ September 17, 2021 (age 94)


It is with deep sadness the family of Effie Mrozowich announces her passing at the St. Paul's Personal Care Home in Dauphin, Friday September 17, 2021, at the age of 94.
Effie was born on December 9, 1926 to Steve and Mary Boyko in the RM of Dauphin. Effie grew up on her parents farm with her 4 siblings near the town of Fork River. She later met Walter Mrozowich whom she married on October 24, 1953. Together they made their home and also farmed near the town of Fork River. While working on their mixed farm they also raised 4 children. On the farm she loved growing vegetable and flower gardens and cared for cattle, ducks, chickens and pigs. In her spare time she loved to curl with Walter and friends and go to the local hall to play bingo. In 1999 they retired and moved to Dauphin. She continued to grow a vegetable garden no matter where she was. She also dearly loved her flowers inside and outside of her home. While living in Dauphin Effie and Walter would take numerous bus trips with their friends to casinos in other provinces. She also had the chance to travel to Mexico, Vegas, Florida and Hawaii with family and friends.
Effie was predeceased by her husband Walter in 2018, brother Wally Boyko, sisters Ollie Harrison and Nell Beyko.
Effie is survived by her 4 children, Jerry (Barb), Terry (Laurel), Sally (Alden) Darragh, Darren Mrozowich; grandchildren; Dean (Trish) Mrozowich, Dawn (Karl) Sproll, Ryan and Tyler Mrozowich, Riley and Janelle Darragh, Chloe, Brayden and Sydney Mrozowich; great grandchildren, William and Henry Sproll and brother John Boyko.
Should friends so desire, in lieu of flowers, donations in memory of Effie may be made to the St. Paul's Personal Care Home or Charity of choice.

A Private Family Memorial Service was held for Effie on Saturday, October 2, 2021 from the St. Viator's Roman Catholic Church in Dauphin with Rev. Michel Nault officiating.  

Interment followed in the Riverside Cemetery - Dauphin.

Should friends so desire, donations in memory of Effie may be made to St. Paul's Home or to a Charity of Choice.


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