Helen J. (Winchester) Domozych

Helen J. (Winchester) Domozych passed away peacefully and returned to her Lord on May 2, 2019, after a brave battle with pancreatic cancer.

She was born and raised in Gloucester, Mass., and spent much of her life there with her family, classmates and dear, lifelong friends. But her last 10 years were spent in Millsboro, where she volunteered and served joyously at Grace United Methodist Church. Her generosity with her time and resources in the church and community were limitless.

She was happiest singing in the choir and serving in the soup kitchen, where her infectious sense of humor and homemade pies were legendary. Her neighbors all tell wonderful stories of being warmly welcomed to the neighborhood by Domozych. Her bright light will be deeply missed by all.

Domozych is survived by her beloved husband of 10 years, Anthony Domozych. They shared a rich, busy life in Millsboro, Del., where they enjoyed serving the church and community and enjoyed life to the fullest with their many cherished friends and neighbors.

Her children were her greatest source of pride and love. She instilled in each of them the love of music, dancing, humor, laughter and the importance of family. Their bond remains unbroken, and they will miss her always.

Domozych is survived by her three children, Cindi Eason of Portland, Maine, Tammy Eason Vanderjeugdt of Huntersville, N.C., and Myles Eason of Newbury, Mass.; her grandchildren, Sarah, David, Cortland, Connor and Myles; a great-grandson, Bayne; her sister, Shirley Vassallo; brothers, Jim Winchester, Dick Winchester and Bob Sagawinia; and a large, beloved extended family of wonderful stepchildren, their children, and many cousins, nieces and nephews.

A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m., with visitation at noon, on Saturday, May 11, 2019, at Grace United Methodist Church, 300 East Church Street, Millsboro, Del. In lieu of flowers, the family said, she would have preferred memorial donations to the American Cancer Society to help cure this brutal disease or to the Grace U.M. Church in Millsboro, Del., to help continue the work she loved so much.