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Magdalene (Mahin) Malenic

August 8, 1932 ~ September 30, 2021 (age 89)


A Private Mass of Christian burial was held at 11:00 a.m. Monday, October 4, 2021 at Holy Apostles Parish- SS Peter & Paul Croatian Catholic Church for Magdalene A. Malenic, 89 who passed away at Hospice House early Thursday morning with her family by her side.

Magdalene was born August 8, 1932 in Youngstown, Ohio, the daughter of the late Peter & Magda Mahin.  She graduated from Woodrow Wilson High School in 1951, and later began her career working for the Union National Bank and later Bank One Branches in both Youngstown and Poland.

On August 24, 1957, she married her husband, Michael A. Malenic Sr. and they would go on to share 53 wonderful years together until his passing December 2, 2010.

While her children were young she was an active member of the Poland PTA and served as Den Mother for the Cub Scout Pack (2) for many years.  A devoted Catholic she was also a member of The Daughters of the SS Peter & Paul Croatian Catholic Church as well as the Holy Rosary Society.  She was involved in the Woodrow Wilson Reunion Planning Committee.

Proud of her heritage, Meg loved all things CROATIAN.  She was an excellent cook and baker.  She enjoyed gardening (especially her roses), visiting with her neighbors, and taking vacations and long drives with her beloved husband "Mickey".

She was a loving and devoted mother to four boys, Nana to 10 grandchildren and Great Grandmother to 2 great grandchildren.

Her family will always cherish the wonderful meals and delicious baked goods she so lovingly prepared that brought everyone together for Sunday dinners and memorable holiday celebrations.

In addition to her parents Maggie was preceded in death by her husband Michael A. Malenic Sr., and sons Michael A. Jr., and Mark Malenic, as well as her brothers John, Peter and Thomas Mahin and sisters- in- law, Mary Mahin and Jeanne Mandoline, brothers- in- law, Joseph Malenic, Robert Malenic and George Caruso and a niece, Janet Caiazza.

She is survived by her sons, Matthew (Debbie) Malenic and Martin (Kimberly) Malenic, daughters- in- law, Sheryl Malenic, and Patricia Malenic, a sister, Anne (Richard) Franko, sisters- in- law, Aileen Mahin, Bernice Caruso and Genevieve Malenic, and a brother-in-law, Ron Mandoline.  Ten grandchildren: Melissa Tremont, Mark Malenic Jr., Joshua Malenic, Matthew (Anna) Malenic, Candace (Chris) Tomes, Kelsey Malenic, Martin Malenic, Michael Malenic, Peter Malenic and Olivia Malenic.  Two great grandchildren: Calli Tomes and Nash Tomes. as well as many beloved nieces and nephews.

Arrangements were handled by Vaschak-Kirila Funeral Home.
Internment followed at Calvary Cemetery in Youngstown.


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