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Judy Malachowsky

October 19, 1928 ~ September 1, 2021

Posted 9/21/21

Judy Malachowsky, age 92, died of Heart Disease on September 1, 2021, at her assisted living residence in Chandler, AZ. She was born on October 19, 1928, in Brooklyn, NY, to Benjamin Fader and Sylvia …

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Judy Malachowsky

October 19, 1928 ~ September 1, 2021

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Judy Malachowsky, age 92, died of Heart Disease on September 1, 2021, at her assisted living residence in Chandler, AZ. She was born on October 19, 1928, in Brooklyn, NY, to Benjamin Fader and Sylvia (Feldman) Fader. Her younger brother, Allen, predeceased her in 2004. Judy is survived by her daughter, Janet Malachowsky and daughter-in-law, Lenore Davis of Cathedral City, CA; and her daughter, Lisa Malachowsky and daughter-in-law, Bev Crair, and their daughter, Lorin, of Phoenix, AZ; along with 7 nephews and 3 nieces; 6 grand-nieces, 4 grand-nephews, 1 great-grand-niece and 1 great-grand-nephew. Judy married her late husband, Morty Malachowsky, on May 24, 1953, in Brooklyn, NY. They lived in Parksville, NY for over 55 years.

Judy graduated from Huntington High School, class of 1945, taking Business courses. She became an Executive Assistant to 3 Engineers at Fairchild Engines (Long Island) in the 1950s. Over her career she worked as a bookkeeper for Grossman Tire in Liberty, NY, a secretary for Dr. Kalina in Liberty, NY, along with being a lecturer at Weight Watchers.

Judy was a member of the Song of The Valley Sweet Adeline’s Chorus for over 30 years. Her favorite hobbies were singing, politics, reading mysteries, antiquing, playing Mahjong, volunteering at the Liberty Ambulance Corps and the Grahamsville Fair, watching movies, attending musical shows at Bethel Woods and baking apple cake, zucchini bread and cheese cake. She loved going to NYC to Broadway musicals.

Judy is interred at the National memorial Cemetery of Arizona with her husband, Morty. He was a WWII Navy Veteran.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to the Sweet Adelines International Life on a High Note Education Fund at https://sweetadelines.com/give/programs-to-support or call 1-918-622-1444.

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