Ulyana Zvonik-Johnson of Buchanan, New York, passed away on November 15th, 2022, at the age of 31. She is survived by her husband Robert Johnson, her children Anthony Paul Scarnati (7) and Axel Richie Johnson (3), her father Pasha Zvonik, her mother Olga, step-father Dave, and her sister Nicole Cadieu, as well as her chosen family, Lynn, Meg, and Abigail Barrett.Anyone who was fortunate enough to have known Uli will say that she exhibited a vibrant energy. She brought her own unique sense of fun with her wherever she went — whether it was finding a way to make people laugh or eating one of her favorite things: cupcakes and a half of every donut in the box. Uli was selfless and always looking for ways to help others. She possessed the rare ability for understanding people from every walk of life, and would do anything for anyone, whether she’d known them forever or just met them for the first time. She showed her love by giving.Uli was always an incredibly gifted artist. She could draw or paint anything, from portraits to abstracts. Her talent also extended to doing beautiful makeup, hair, and nails on herself and others. Another one of her favorite things to do was to go fishing, and she could tell you anything about all of the plants and animals at the creek, lake, or the nearest body of water she'd grown close to. Her love for nature and her desire to make her environment better wherever she saw the need to even extended to rehabilitating animals that were sick or injured.Ulyana attended RMA military Academy where is she graduated with honors. She also made an amazing Bonds with people that she was still in contact with all over the country. She also was an amazing shooter , and also did lots of things like flying planes and what is part of what is it choir. She was an exceptional student. Ulyana loved her kids, Anthony and Axel, with every ounce of her being, they were her whole world. In her short time that she had with them, she taught them so much about compassion, love, fishing, art, and caring for animals. She had an unwavering love for all animals, although ferrets held a special place in her heart.Reposing Tuesday, November 29. 2022 from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM at the O’Mara & Carpentieri Funeral Home. Interment will follow at the St. Patrick’s Cemetery in Verplanck,NY.In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the GoFundMe (Fund to help Ulyana's Sons by Lynn Barett) account that has been set up for her sons.
O’Mara & Carpentieri Funeral Home
Verplanck, New York 10596
To send flowers
to the family or plant a tree
in memory of Ulyana Johnson, please visit our floral store.