Olga Eleanor Maxymuik (nee Manchur) of Doylestown, PA, passed away peacefully by her daughter's side. A devout Ukrainian Catholic, Olga was one of the original pillars of St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church in Bristol, PA, serving in many leadership positions.
A 1952 Kensington Girls High graduate, Olga was a Philadelphia Gimbels Girl riding with Santa on his sleigh, singing television jingles and spending twenty five years as a bank teller at the Provident National Bank in Bensalem.
A game show enthusiast, Olga enjoyed Jeopardy, spending time with her friends, crocheting blankets for loved ones, sewing costumes for musicals and volunteering. Olga touched people with her acts of kindness and was referred to as "The Sweetest Lady".
Olga's two greatest passions were doting on her grandson, Tyler, and taking care of her exotic African Grey parrot, Hannah.
Olga is survived by her beloved daughter Anna Hentz, son-in-law Dean Hentz and her most adored grandson, Tyler Hentz; she is also survived by her niece Janet Graves (nee Bechtle) and nephew Reid Bechtle. She is preceded in death by her mother Anastasia Manchur (nee Slobojin) , her father Ilko Manchur, her sister Jennie Bechtle and by her most beloved son Ronnie Maxymuik with whom she is now reunited in paradise.
Friends and loved ones are welcome to a calling hour on Friday from 9 to 10 AM with a Divine Liturgy and Funeral Prayers immediately following at St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Church.
A private burial will ensue at St. Mary's Ukrainian Catholic Cemetery, Elkins Park, PA.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Olga's memory may be made to St. Mary's Church.
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St. Mary Ukrainian Catholic Church
2026 Bath Road, Bristol PA 19007