Hilda “Honey” Kasianchuk passed away Wednesday November 15, at Applegate Gardens where she was well cared for and loved by all.
She was born August 1, 1924, in Haverhill, Mass. She was the oldest of three, leaving two surviving brothers, Steve Hill, William Cerat, and their families. At the age of 14 she rode her horse 90 miles to New Hampshire, fell in love with the beauty, and knew eventually this is where she would raise a family.
Daily she would take the time to point out the beauty of nature and continue to be thank-ful for her blessings in life.
Prior to retiring she worked at Bradford College for 29 years but always felt her main job was raising her children and taking care of her beloved of 68 years, Walter.
Her life was fulfilled with her children and grandchildren ever present supporting and cheering them on. Whether on the sidelines, rinks, theaters, they never missed an occasion to share their time with their family.
Honey and Walter built their next house in Wakefield, N.H., in 1952 later rebuilt in Wolfeboro to be closer to their family.
She was predeceased by her husband, Walter Kasianchuk, and her son, Walter, earlier this year.
She leaves behind a daughter, Donna Kasianchuk of Wolfeboro; daughter, Diane of Mountain, Tenn.; a son, Andrew Kasianchuk of Maine; and their families. She also leaves behind many grandchildren and great-grandchildren who will miss her daily but take comfort that she is now with her beloved husband and son.
Honey leaves an amazing footprint. By her nurturing ways she has had a great impact in helping make everyone feel so loved.
The family will have a private Celebration of Life for Honey in the spring.
The family asks if anyone chooses to make a donation in her name it be made to the NH Humane Society.
Published on  November 23, 2017