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Anne Deputy

August 18, 1923 - September 11, 2020

Anne Deputy, age 97, of Wilmington, DE, passed away on Friday, September 11, 2020.

Born in Wilmington on August 18, 1923, she was a daughter of the late Matthew and Anna (Turczynska) Bazeluk.

A strong woman of faith, Anne was an active member of St. Hedwig’s R.C. Church. She was a longtime member of Pulaski Legion where she was a past president of the Ladies Auxiliary and honored for her 50 plus years of service.

In addition to her parents, Anne was preceded in death by her husband, George Deputy; son, Stanley Jankowski, Jr.; and siblings, Michael, Walter, and Andrew Bazeluk, John Hirnick Jr., and Eleanor McKee. She is survived by her sisters, Irene Suchocki and Dorothy Zabinko; and numerous nieces and nephews.

Services and interment will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in Anne’s memory may be made to Pulaski Legion of Delaware, 1304 Centerville Road, Wilmington, DE 19808


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  • Ann was a very important part of the Pulaski Legion for many, many years. She was a friend to all and was considered our house mother! She was a pillar of the club and was well known for her “city chicken” and golabki! A fierce shuffleboard for and loved by us all!
    John Chrzanowski, President

  • Dear Family, you have our deepest sympathy and prayers. Anne was a beautiful and friendly woman. We played on a summer shuffleboard league at the Jackson Street Legion location. Each team was in charge of bringing food to share, and Anne would join the fun bringing along her chicken on a stick and golabki cabbage rolls. Yummy! We visited Anne at her home on February 11, 2019 and enjoyed reminiscing “the good old days” with her.

  • Mrs Deputy was quite a person. Hard working and honest with a great personality. Her service to the Pulaski Legion was legendary. She was a terrific lady with amazing cooking skills. Everyone loved her quick wit and amazing dependability. She would never let you down. God bless her loved ones and may her soul be granted the expressway to Heaven.
    Tom Kempczynski

  • May Mrs. Anne Rest In Peace ! She was my neighbor my whole life growing up. She was like a relative to me. I will miss her dearly her homemade polish cooking always brought me joy and her kindness !! God gained an angel !

  • My condolences, prayers, love and deepest sympathy are extended to the family.

  • Ann was a wonderful women. Her presence at Pulaski Legion was always a joy. Her tireless efforts bringing traditional Polish food was a real treat to thousands who had the opportunity to taste her homemade delicacies.
    In my forty seven years as a member at Pulaski Legion I can attest to just how great a Polish Chef she was! She was the Club caterer .Whether it was a wedding ,a banquet ,funeral luncheon, christening or Pulaski Day Parade party she was always on hand to provide the food.
    Shuffleboard teams were treated bi-weekly to wonderful sandwiches and her ever present sautéed hot peppers in oil and garlic.
    Ann we cherished the good times we had with you and will never forget you. Rest In Peace and God Bless You. Stan Kozicki

  • Anne Deputy – a kind, considerate, fun-loving, great shuffleboard player, excellent cook, etc Anne will surely be missed. So glad to be able to call her a great friend. Pulaski Legion will never forget her excellent Polish buffets! Anne enjoyed partying as much as she did cooking! Rest in peace.