Louisa Denise Mazur

April 13, 1968 - December 17, 2023

In Loving Memory

Louisa Denise Mazur

It is with heartfelt sadness we announce that Louisa Denise Mazur passed away peacefully December 17, 2023 in Vernon, BC

“Love’s Story lasts Forever”

Arrangements entrusted to

Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services 250-766-4400

Condolences may be expressed to the family by phone or email through Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services:

T: 250-766-4400

10058 BC-97 #1B,
Lake Country, BC V4V 1P8

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Comments: 12

  1. Richard and Susie Funk says:

    A beautiful human Denise was, going to miss her immensely. A very sad loss here on earth but heaven acquired a wonderful soul.

  2. Jeremy and Annette Hopkins says:

    Denise our little sister. Such a beautiful person. So caring of others. Even when she was sick she worried about others who were not feeling well. Yesterday I thought, I haven’t talked to Denise in a few days, I should call her. I’m sure I’ll have more of those moments. It still doesn’t feel like it’s real.

    Denise, so creative. Always making art and jewelry, paintings, 3 dimensional deco pieces. We bought a lot of her art just so we could share the beauty of her work with our friends and relative’s. Sis, I will miss our crafting sessions; I will miss your beautiful smile; I will miss your whack sense of humor and unique laugh, and most of all, I will miss our “let me entertain you” phone calls. There were some doozies!

    You fought hard sis. So proud of you. Our warrior. Xoxoxo

  3. Cyndi & Dale McLean says:

    I will miss Denise sooo much. So many memories run through my mind … from the day we met (the first day of grade 8 in home room) … to the day she left us.

    Jumping on the trampoline, Laughing in art class, Michael Jackson, dancing in orchards, skipping school, singing to John cougar, chatting around the fire, rocking out to Aerosmith, floating the channel, painting and crafting, eating ice cream, shucking corn, hanging with family and friends … everyday seems to bring up a memory of time spent with you.

    I feel blessed to have shared these 40+ years with you my dear friend. I will remember you in the warm wind, sparkle in the water, laughter of children, angst of teenagers, feeling of tears on my face and the love in my heart ❤️

  4. Jocelle smith says:

    I am deeply sorry for the pain you must be feeling at Denise’s passing. She was a beautiful person, kind, generous, creative and joyful. I know she loved jerry and her family very much. Take care of yourselves and each other.

  5. Kathy Reid says:

    Denise, you took a piece of my heart with you when you left. Will miss the crazy texts and the laughter that you brought me. Thank you so very much for keeping me strong and focused while dealing with my husband’s cancer. You helped me so much with your recipes for making him gain his weight back, thank you for always listening to my fears when you had fears of your own. I will always love and miss you. 🌹💔🌹

  6. Sandra and Colin Bradbury says:

    Our hearts are broken forever. When we think of your beautiful face, it all seems so wrong. You had so much to look forward to and do much left to do, but God needed somebody in heaven who’s as special as you are to us.

    Sister I’m happy you have been released from pain and suffering, anxiety and fear and have been set free of it.

    I’m so grateful to have spent 2 weeks with you tending to your every needs, not once realizing this visit would be my last. Although you were in so much pain you could still muster up some of your awesome comebacks to things we talked about. We laughed, giggled and had very personal conversations to which I will forever keep in my heart.

    Like our sister Annette I have had moments where I think that I should call you. We talked almost daily. I cried many times waking up in the morning realizing I can never call and talk to you again, but through prayer I realized I can still speak to you and I have done so out loud looking towards the heavens outside.

    Thank you for the angel parking last week 4 times in a row on Christmas Eve day was the best parking ever. I thanked you out loud each time in my car.

    Thank you for visiting me, Annette and Dad the morning of December 18th. We knew it was you. Our dads visit was the most awesome because you told me in hospital to give him your doll he bought you when you were born and for him to put it in his curio cabinet of ceramic dolls. I told you I would do that. I never told dad because I wanted to give it to him for Christmas, but, He called me at your home Dec 18 morning all excited and told me that a friend was visiting him and she heard tapping from the curio cabinet 7 times. She told him it’s coming from curio cabinet. He got up and they both went to the cabinet and saw the native dolls hair moving. The neighbor said “what that” our dad said “It’s my daughter visiting me” Well that lady left immediately. Lol. I guess she got scared. Right there and the then I had to tell dad what you had told me to do with your doll he bought you. I knew immediately you made it home and are safe in Gods hands and you are with our momma and all our relatives who’ve passed on.

    What our dad and his friend witnessed will forever stay in my heart and we all know for sure there is an afterlife after death. Thank you Baby.

    We also found out you passed on the date of our cousin Carla’s passing. Annette and I talked about that and I said “I bet Denise is riding with Carla on the back of her big white horse galloping throughout the universe”. Annette said “With her long hair waving in the wind sitting behind Carla”. We had a good laugh about that.

    Rest now darlin. I will look for a twinkle in the stars knowing you’re winking at me and I’ll know all is good.

    We will Love you forever sis, until we meet again. 💋💋💋💋

  7. Tina Worsley says:

    Denise I will miss you always. You were a shining example of what a true human should be. Your love and loyalty to your family and friends. Your strenghth and kindness.
    I have so many fond memories of you and our friendship over the 41 years that I was blessed to call you my friend.
    I will leave this verse by a unknown author.

    I thought of you with love today but that is nothing new
    I thought about you yesterday and days before that too,
    I think of you in silence I often speak your name
    All I have are memories and your picture in a frame
    Your memory is my keepsake with which I’ll never part
    God has you in His keeping I have you in my heart.

  8. Laura Moldowan says:

    So sorry to all of Denise’s family and friends. We had a blast being “cubbie buddies”
    Denise was a beautiful soul.

  9. Jerry Mazur says:

    I will forever miss my dearest, honey baby, sweetheart. We spent 34 wonderful years together and it was an amazing time with soooo many memories. She was an amazing woman, wife and so, so much more. I was blessed to have that time together with her and although I would love to have many more years with her, I know she is in a better place now and is no longer suffering. Until we meet again my darling, I will always love you and be grateful for our time together. Forever Your, Jerry

  10. William Boryskavich says:

    I reach out to you Jerry and all family and friends of Denise in this sorrowful time, I offer you my deepest
    sympathy ,
    Denise was a beautiful person and very talented individual. In the short time that I worked with Denise, I found her to be a very caring lady and made the best of each and every situation, She will be greatly missed by everyone she touched on this earth.
    Denise, Rest in peace. You are in our Lord’s house now and He will look after you.

  11. Bill Boryskavich says:

    I reach out to you Jerry and all family and friends of Denise in this sorrowful time, I offer you my deepest
    sympathy ,
    Denise was a beautiful person and very talented individual. In the short time that I worked with Denise, I found her to be a very caring lady and made the best of each and every situation, She will be greatly missed by everyone she touched on this earth.
    Denise, Rest in peace. You are in our Lord’s house now and He will look after you.

  12. Deb Hostyn says:

    Although I did not know Denise well(unfortunately shortly after we became friends she took ill) I do know she was kind, talented in arts and Jerry and her loved each other deeply. There is no justice in this world unfortunately for her soul to leave this earth at such a young age…may you rest in peace Denise…and all my thoughts for you Jerry.

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