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Anna Palevich

Anna Palevich

January 19, 1963 January 20, 2021

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Obituary for Anna Palevich

Anna Palevich, of Clifton, NJ passed away peacefully at Doylestown Hospital, Doylestown, PA on Wednesday, January 20, 2021. She was 58.

Anna was the daughter of the late James T. Palevich and Dolores (Janosik) Palevich. She resided in Clifton, NJ.

Anna is survived by sister Paula Cain and her husband Paul of Doylestown, PA, sister Maria Kouroupas and her husband Steve of Greenville, NC and sister Lisa Tharp and her husband Kraig of West Sacrament, CA. She is also survived by her adored nephews Matthew and Brendan Cain, Adam and Zachary Kouroupas, Jackson Tharp and niece Iann Yopp.

Anna was a long time employee of Quinn Fable Advertising Inc. in New York City where she served as Director/Creative Services for 18 years.

Private services will be held at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Anna Palevich memory with a designation to Comfort Project 360 at Saint Barnabas Medical Center. All gifts will be acknowledged to the family. Donations can be made online at sbmcgiving.org or via phone at 973-322-4330. Checks can also be mailed to Saint Barnabas Medical Center Development Department, 95 Old Short Hills Road, West Orange, N.J. 07052.

Send condolences to www.varcoethomasfuneralhome.com.

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Lucy Alvarez

Oh Annie P, how I miss you. My dearest friend, I will always have you in my heart.
Comment | Posted at 03:47pm via Condolence

Debra owen

Anna, you were such a big part of the wonderful memories over the past 30 years, Dean Witter, Mantoloking , The City, and Montauk. It won’t be the same without you, but you are at peace now. You will always be with all of us, your gentle beautiful soul. The joy and laughter you brought to everyone will never be forgotten, Rest In Peace Dear Anna.
Comment | Posted at 12:09pm via Condolence

Tara Anfuso

Oh Pally, Pally....
You were such a good friend. I have 30 plus years of memories to reflect on.
I will miss you always. We will celebrate you at every gathering, and laugh at some of the crazy times we had.
You were a great audience too, and I’ll always remember “The Parade” the piñata, and of course the night before Thanksgiving. So much fun.
You also touched the lives of Marie & Bill, Aunt Joan, and Joseph, who all love you “Sweat heart.” And of course, your biggest fan Carlos.
Rest in Peace, my dear friend Anna. Love you.
Comment | Posted at 08:42am via Condolence

N. Nancy Alemdar-Kozak

Rest in Peace my dear, gentle, kind Anna. The best friend anyone can ask for. You will be missed but never ever forgotten.
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