ann s.bleyendaal
GREECE: Thursday, April 23, 2009. She is predeceased by her husband, Nicholas in 1996. Survived by her sons, Benjamin Bleyendaal and Andrew (Margaret) Korol; grandchildren, Alexander Nicholas Korol & Madelyn Catherine Korol; sister, Nellie Martyniuk; several nieces & nephews; special friend, Vera Kaptein and many other dear friends. Ann was an avid gardener who loved the outdoors and enjoyed hiking. Friends may call SUNDAY, 1-3 PM at the Vay-Schleich & Meeson Funeral Home, 1075 Long Pond Rd. Her Memorial Service will be held at the conclusion of calling hours in the funeral home chapel. Interment, private.

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  1. Dear Andy, Ben & Family,
    Reading the death notices this morning I was shocked to read about Ann’s passing away. Phil and I have been friends with Nick and Ann for a long time. Our daughter Jean was in their wedding (flower girl) and Andy was ring bearer.
    We send our deepest sympathy to Andy, Ben and the rest of Anns family at a very sad time.
    Gods Speed Ann.
    All our love,
    Phil and Vera Sudore

  2. Dear Andy,Margaret, Alex andMadelyn
    Words can not express the loss I feel for the passing of my dearest friend.
    May you all be comforted by the wonderfull memories of her,she was a
    very caring and generous person.
    I will miss you very much, Love Vera Kaptein

  3. Dear Ben, Andy and family of Ann…
    I just heard about Annie…..I’m so sorry for your family…..we have been friends since 1996 originally thru Slender You and then I went to your family home weekly for aromatherapy and we had a fun filled hour every week…..talking, kidding, carrying on and really just loving each other. We all almost lost her 3 other times, but God was good and let her stay with us for a while. Unfortunately, I’ve been in the process of packing/moving and haven’t had a chance to speak with Annie since her birthday…actually it was the day after….she is on my mind daily, as I always look over and see your family home going to and from work daily….I feel awful that I couldn’t come and say goodbye to her yesterday, but I didn’t know until this morning…..
    she will alway be in our hearts, and I know she is now a heavenly angel (as I always told her she was an earth angel) and she is with Nick and other family and friends that have gone on before…. my heart goes out to you all and also her sister Nellie…..Anne was always there for her, even when physically, she shouldn’t have been……I pray that you will remember all the good times – Ben, how she used to go hikeing with you and bring Millie too….she loved those times with you…..and Andy & Margaret….your children were the love of her life….she would show me pictures of the kids growing, and show me the art projects and tell me how smart the kids were….she was very proud of them and also of her boys…..Your mom was one in a million…so kind, loving, giving and such fun to be with….one could not be blue for long when visiting with Annie, I always called her – ‘Annie with the magic hands’ – but her heart was the biggest one of her assets…..
    God bless you all and know I will be remembering her and you in my prayers.
    Love, best wishes and prayers,
    Mary Helen Hart

  4. I am so sorry for your loss. Ann was such a beautiful and loving person. She was a great friend to my mom and such a source of comfort to her in the last few months.

  5. I’m so sorry I couldn’t make it to pay my deepest respects to my Aunt Ann. She was such a warm and giving person with a gentle soul. She always made me feel special when I was little. My warmest thoughts and prayers go out to Ben and Andrew.

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