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Annie Zamoiski Yanovsky

1954 – 2021


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Sunday, January 9, 2022 at 11:00AM

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Annie Zamoiski Yanovsky left us on December 26, 2021. A native of Chevy Chase, Maryland, Annie was born on August 10, 1954. After graduating from BCC High School and then Boston University, Annie traveled the world before settling in New York City where she lived for almost 40 years, becoming that consummate NY sports fan except for her beloved Washington Football Team. An accomplished and creative floral designer, internet designer and marketing manager, Annie found her true calling in working in NYC residential real estate sales.

Never seeing herself as a victim, facing every challenge and obstacle with her signature good humor, energy and optimism, Annie made every minute of her life count. She never let her treatment get in the way of being an incredible parent to her amazing daughter, a caring sister to her brothers, a selfless daughter to her mother, more like a sister to her sister in laws, a doting aunt and great aunt, a loving influence on her whole family, an invaluable friend to all who knew her and a professional whose love of her work always made her a success.

Family was the centerpiece of her life, and her dedication through her kindness, love and affection has made each of us a better human being. In her 67 years, Annie made an impact on all those who held her close or who knew her even slightly. She lived her life with passion and hope, choosing happiness as her mantra. Annie embraced everyone she met, leaving them richer for the experience. Creative, generous and authentically caring, Annie's trademark smile was enough to make everyone she met a new friend. If you knew Annie, it is my hope that you will hold her memory close to your heart so you will continue to be enriched by how she touched your life. Smile when you think of Annie, and be assured that she is smiling back.

Annie is survived by her loving daughter Asher, her mother Suzie, her brothers John, Jason and Joe, her sisters-in-law Audrey, Barbie and Jodi, her nieces and nephew Molly, JoJo, Jordyn and Jake, her great niece Ellie, her step-nephews Scott and Ryan and all those who loved her.

Annie is still spreading her magic as she remains within each of us giving us a reason to be grateful for what we have. With sensitivity to Covid protocols in mind, a memorial service will be held via zoom on January, 9, 2022. With respect to her giving nature, should you wish to remember Annie with a donation, scroll to the bottom of the webpage to donate to Hart For Animals Fund which provides free medical services for senior dogs to encourage adoption or City Harvest which is helping with food insecurity in New York City.

Her life was a blessing to us all.

Annie's Celebration of Life


Thank you to Annie's family and friends who joined her Celebration of Life on January 9, 2022. 

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