Site visitor Bekky Tatar-Kinsey
has extracted and transcribed many of her family obituaries from the Erie
newspapers. Many of these obituaries were previously posted. They may be seen
and related family Obituaries. Additional obituaries have been extracted
which are provided below.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Monday 24 Aug 1908
John Mankowski, father of Theodore Mankowski,
547 East 13th street
, died in Harborcreek Township, August 21.
He was born in Germany in 1844, and came to this country
in 1882.He passed the first five years in
Jackson, Michigan and came to Erie in 1887.
In 1892 he moved to Harborcreek where he
lived until his death.
His wife died about three years ago.
He leaves to mourn his loss, two daughters, Lena and Mary and five sons, John Jr., Theodore, Joseph,
Leo, and Teofil.The funeral was held
this morning from the residence of his son, Theodore, at and from St. Stanislaus Church at .
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Friday 27 Feb 1920
KONKOL – In this city,
February 26, 1920,
Mary Konkol aged 61 years.
Funeral will take place from late residence, 1414 Ash Street, Monday morning at
8:30 a.m. from St. Stanislaus Church at 9 o’clock.
Wednesday 09 Dec 1936
Ex-Erietie in is Auto Victim in Detroit
native of Harborcreek, and for many years a resident of Erie, having left here
12 years ago, died in Detroit, Michigan, hospital Sunday evening from injuries
suffered when struck by an automobile in downtown Detroit.He was 36 years of age and an employee in a
Detroit automobile factory.
He resided in East Detroit.He leaves his wife, Mrs. Helen Konkol
Ketchel, Detroit; two sons, Norman and Gordon
Ketchel, Detroit; one brother, Casimer;
Detroit; five sisters, Sr. M. Antonia, Mrs. Laura
Lewandowski, Erie; Mrs. Helen Herlet,
Olean, NY, Mrs. Pearl Walczak, Detroit
, Mrs. Victoria Hart, California. Interment in Trinity cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Dispatch-Herald Saturday 19 Mar 1938
BLOW RESULTS IN MAN’S DEATH
Peter Angelotti, Coremaker, is Victim
Complications arising from a blow on the side if the
death apparently caused the death of Peter Angelotti, 49, of 2617 Pennsylvania
Ave, at his home at 5:30 am, Saturday according to the attending physician, Dr.
Samuel Scibetti.Just where Angelotti, a
coremaker at the Skinner Engine Company received the blow, could not be
established Saturday afternoon.Rev.
P.H. McNally administered the last rites of the Catholic Church shortly before
Angelotti died.He is survived by his
widow Mrs. Assunta Duchini Angelotti; four sons, Louis, Anthony, Bruno and
James Angelotti; a sister, Mrs. Anthony Spadacene, and four brothers, William,
Edward, Leo and Raymond Angelotti, all of Erie.Funeral arrangements are being completed Saturday.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Thursday 27 Apr 1939
Florence Baranowski – Funeral
services for Mrs. Florence Baranowski,
twenty-two, who died in Buffalo, NY, Tuesday morning, will be held Saturday morning in
the residence of her sister, Mrs. Rose Rogers, 3305 East Ave.
invited to call there at any time until Friday . Interment will be in Trinity cemetery.A native of Erie, the deceased is survived by
her daughter, Katherine Ann and her husband, Michael Baranowski; her father,
Anthony Krotoszynski; three sisters, Mrs. Rose Rogers, Mrs. Mary Mankowski and
Miss Dorothy Krotoszynski, and nine brothers, John, Edward, Frank, Joseph, Alois,
Stephen, Leo, Henry and Stanley Krotoszynski, all of Erie.
Saturday 30 Sep 1939
Funeral services for Anna M Gorny, 455 E. 11th
Street, were conducted in St. Stanislaus Church
Saturday morning with the Rev. Joseph Radiszewski in charge of the requiem
mass.Interment followed in the family
plot in Trinity.Those who carried the
casket included Ray Mankowski, Leonard Mankowski, Andrew Kopkowski, Carl Gorny,
and John Walczak.Mrs. Gorny died in her
residence Tuesday night after a long illness.She was the wife of Cassius Gorny.Survivors include, besides her husband, seven children, Lucille,
Margaret, Christine, Reita, Jean, Mary Alice and John Russell Gorny; seven
brothers, Joseph, Frank, John, Paul, Bernard, Casmir, and Leo Konkol; and four
sisters, Mrs. Frances Mankowski, Mrs. Rose Paluh, Mrs. Helen Ketchel and Mrs.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Wednesday 07 Jul 1943
Leo Konkol a veteran of the First
World War, died Monday in the Veteran’s Hospital in Cleveland, where he had
been a patient for a number of years.Mr. Konkol was wounded in the war and since receiving his honorable
discharge, has received constant treatment at the Cleveland Hospital.The deceased is survived by four sisters,
Mrs. Frances Mankowski, Mrs. Rose Paluh, Mrs. Helen Kozlowski and Mrs. Clara
Dobrzynski, and five brothers, John, Frank, Bernard, Casimir and Paul, of
Erie.Military services will be held
Friday in the John J. Brzezinski funeral home at a time to be announced.Interment will be in Calvary Cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Wednesday 29 Sep 1943
Nellie Jares – Funeral services will be conducted at 8:30 a.m.
Saturday in the late residence, 1110 Brewster St, in memory of Mrs. Nellie
Jares, who died early Monday in Hamot Hospital following a heart attack.Requiem High Mass will be celebrated at 9
a.m. in St. Ann’s church and internment will be in Calvary Cemetery.Mrs. Jares, widow of Leo Jares, is survived
by four daughters, Mrs. Jennie Eskut, Sally, Irene and Dorothy Jares; six sons,
John and Joseph, with the U.S. Navy; Henry, Leo and Edward, Erie, and Bernard,
with the U.S. Army Air Forces; six grandchildren, and two sisters, Mrs. Mary
Wienski, Brooklyn, N.Y. and Mrs. Stella Penkalski, Erie.
Thursday 06 Jan 1946
Irene T. Rastatter –
Ill for more than a year, Irene Tatar Rastatter, 38, 5220 Richmond St, died in her residence
Wednesday.A native of Erie, she is
survived by her husband, Raymond Rastatter; one son, Raymond Rastatter Jr.; her
parents, Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Tatar; three sisters, Mrs. James Falcone, Mrs.
Anthony Witkowski, and Mrs. Rudolph May, all of Erie; and two brothers, Alfred
and Water Tatar.Interment will be in
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Friday 04 Mar 1955
age 49 years, suddenly March 3, 1955; husband of Rita Nowacki; residence, R D
2, Grubb Rd.; father of Mary Lynn, Terry, Gerald, Ronald, Karen all of Erie;
brother of Frank, Norman and Lloyd Richards, Mrs. Irma Guyett, Mrs. Ed
McCoughlin and Mrs. Robert Proctor, all of Buffalo, NY.Friends may call at the Thomas M Wells
Funeral Home, and attend services Sunday at 2:30 from the Weiss Library
Evangelical United Brethren Church.Interment in Weiss Library Church Cemetery.
Friday 18 Mar 1955
77, died Thursday on his home, 651 East 25th
Street, after a brief illness.He was a retired employee of the Standard
Stoker Company and was a member of the Polish National Alliance Group 234.Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Helen Mankowski
Mizikowski, two daughters, Sophie Szymanowicz, Dorothy Pytlarz; seven sons,
Edward, Joseph, Stanley, Paul and Frank Mizikowski, Erie; Bernard Mizikowski, Los Angeles, CA. Stephen Mizikowski,
U.S. Navy, Long Beach, CA; 19 grandchildren. Burial
will be in Trinity Cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Monday 14 Apr 1958
became ill as he was preparing to leave his home, 1122 E. Lake Rd, Saturday
evening.An ambulance was summoned and
an intern pronounced him dead.Mr.
Mankowski, a native of Erie, was employed for many years as a shipping clerk at
the lake plant of Ruberoid Co.He is
survived by a son, Robert; a daughter, Mrs. Ernest Zdunski; three sisters, Mrs.
Frances Zimenski, Mrs. Josephine Folga and Mrs. Julia Eichner; and two
grandchildren.A brother, John Mankowski,
died in 1945.Friends may call from 2 to
5 and 7 to 10 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the Brugger Funeral Home.Services will be held there at 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday, followed by a Requiem High Mass at 9 a.m. at St. Ann’s Church.Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Tuesday 09 Mar 1965
58, of 2524 Cumberland Rd, Harborcreek Twp., died Monday in Hamot Hospital
after an extended illness.She is
survived by her husband, Michael Baranowski; a step-brother, Arthur Hatton of
Lawrence Park, and a number of cousins.Friends are invited to call at the C.J. Dusckas Funeral Home, Tuesday
from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. and attend prayer services there at 8:30 a.m.
Wednesday.Requiem High Mass will follow
at 9 a.m. in St. James RC Church and internment in Trinity Cemetery.
Saturday 10 Jul 1965
Michael Baranowski, age 60, died Friday, July 9, 1965.Husband of the late Louise Hatton Baranowski.Brother of Mrs. Mary Zylka of Erie, Mrs.
Robert (Rita) Wolford of Cleveland, Ohio, and Joseph Pierce of Cayuta, NY.Friends may call at the C.J. Dusckas Funeral
Home, 2607 Buffalo Rd, Saturday evening from
to and Sunday from 2 to 5 and
where prayer services
will be conducted Monday morning at
followed by requiem mass at St. James Church at .
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Sunday 12 Apr 1970
Spadacene (Spadacini), 82, 1449 W. 26th died early Saturday morning unexpectedly at
Hamot Hospital.Mrs. Spadacene and her
husband, the later Antonio Spadacene, had operated a grocery store at 16th
and Parade for 13 years, until his death 22 years ago.Born in Italy, she had lived in Erie for the
past 71 years.She is survived by a
daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Anna) Ferraro; two grandchildren, Anthony and Carol
Ferraro of State College, PA; two great grandchildren, Helen Ann and Joseph
Scott Ferraro; three brothers, Leo and Edward Angelotti, both of Erie and
William Angelotti of Girard; several nieces and nephews also survive.Friends may cal at the St. George Funeral
Home, 628 W. 18th today from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm.Completed funeral arrangements will be
Friday 19 Jun 1970
Felix F. (Monty)
65, of 336 East 8th, died Wednesday at VeteransAdministrationHospital following an extended
illness.He was born in Erie
, May 13, 1905, son of the late Martin and Frances Streg
Walczak.He was a veteran of WWII and
served with the Corps of Engineers as a refrigeration operator.He was preceded in death by his brother,
Frank Walczak.He is survived by three
sisters, Mrs. Theresa Jackna, Mrs. Al (Mary) Polanski, and Mrs. Marion (Pearl) Bartnik, all of Erie; and several nieces and
nephews and cousins.Friends may call at
the Leon S. Rzepka Funeral Home from 2 to 5 and to
and attend services there Saturday at followed by a requiem high
mass at St. Casimir Church at 9.
Saturday 15 Jan 1972
Adolph R. May, 70,
died Friday afternoon
at HamotMedicalCenter.Born in Erie February
19, 1901, son of
the late Rudolph Agnes May, he was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church and a
retired employee of
the Water Department of the City of Erie, where he worked for 27
years.He was preceded in death by his
wife, Rose Yourke May, in 1968.He is
survived by a son, Richard A. May; two grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Mary
Kirby, Mrs. George Sacherison and Mrs. Dorothy Davenport, all of Erie; and a
brother, Rudolph May
of Erie. Interment will be in Erie Cemetery.
Thursday 15 Nov 1973
died Wednesday at his home.Born in
Brooklyn, NY October
17, 1911, he was the son of the late Leo and Nellie Gulczynski Jares.He was employed for the past 33 years at the
Erie City Mfg. Co, as a paint finisher.He was a member of the Huzar Club and the Brothers Bowler League.He was an ardent fisherman.He is survived by his wife, Helen Sobczak
Jares; three daughters, Mrs. John (Henrietta) Everts, Pottstown, Mrs. William
(Charleen) Pepicello, and Miss Patricia Jares; two sons, John and Robert Jares;
three brothers, Leo, Bernard and Edward Jares; four sisters, Mrs. Joseph
(Jennie) Eskut, Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs. Martin (Sally) Pomorski, Mrs. Walter
(Irene) Rogers, and Mrs. Donald (Dorothy) Aiken; and for grandchildren,
Lorraine Everts, John Jares, Cindy Jares, and Michael Jares.
Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Friday 27 Dec 1974
of 1403 E. 8th, died Thursday afternoon at St. Vincent Health Center
after being stricken at his home Christmas Eve.He was employed as a foreman at A. Duchini Inc.Born May 14, 1919, in Erie, he was a son of
Assunta Duchini Angelotti, of Erie, and the later Peter Angelotti.He was a member of Holy Rosary Church and a
veteran of the US Army in WWII.Besides
his mother, survivors include his wife, Louise Fox Angelotti; a son, Michael J.
Angelotti, Erie; a daughter, Mrs. David (Linda) Heinrich, Erie; a
granddaughter, Michelle Heinrich; and two brothers, Anthony and James
Angelotti, Erie.He was preceded in
death by a brother, Louis Angelotti and a sister, Mary Angelotti.Friends may be received Saturday and Sunday
from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 pm at A. Brugger & Sons Funeral Home.Services will be held Monday at 8:30 am
followed by a Funeral Mass at Holy Rosary Church at 9.Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.
Sunday 02 Mar 1975
Sig Gorny, 72, 200 Carpenter Street, Philadelphia died unexpectedly Tuesday
at his residence.Mr. Gorny lived in
Philadelphia for the past 30 years.
He was born in Erie, Sept. 28, 1902, the son of the late John and Praxeda Szuba
Gorny.He had been employed as a clerk
at the Supply Depot of the U.S. Navy Signal Corps in Philadelphia.A graduate of Edinboro State College he was a
talented musician and artist.Surviving
are three sisters, Mrs. Andrew (Helen) Kopkowski, Clara Gorny and Mrs. Conrad
(Florence) Hanson; two brothers, Cassius B. and Carl Gorny; and several nieces
and nephews all of Erie. Interment will be in the family plot at Trinity Cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Wednesday 23 Jul 1980
Leo L Angelotti, 79,
8260 Old French Rd, died Thursday at St. Vincent Health Center after suffering
a stroke.He was born in Erie, a son of
the late Dominic and Mathilda Angelotti.He worked as a sheet metal and wood worker at Erie General Electric and
retired ion 1966 after 21 years of service.He also worked 21 years with the Gloekler Manufacturing Co prior to its
closing.He was a member of St. Mathews
in the Woods Church and formerly belonged to the Sukor Club, Eye Club, the
Saegerbund, and the South Erie Turners.Survivors include his widow, Lucille M (Palmer) Angelotti of Erie, two
brothers Edward Angelotti of Erie and William Angelotti of Santa Ana, CA.Friends may call from 7 to 9 pm Thursday at
the Francis V Kloecker Jr. Funeral Home, 215 W. 25th.A service will be held Friday at 9:15 am
followed by a funeral Mass at St. Mathews in the Woods Church at 10.Burial will be at Laurel Hill Cemetery.
Tuesday 23 Dec 1980
Andrew P. Abahaze, 75, died Monday at St. Vincent Health Center following an
extended illness.He was born in
Witherbee, MY, May 1, 1905, a son of the
late Andrew and Esther Halasz Abahaze.He was employed as a pipe fitter at Bucyrus-Erie Corporation for 50
years.He was a member of the Eagles
Club and the Cascade Club.Survivors
include his widow, Irene Paluh Abahaze; four brothers, Alex, Frank and Elmer
Abahaze, all of Erie, and Arthur Abahaze of Winston Salem, NC, a sister,
Margaret Abahaze of Erie; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Richard (Rose Marie) Vargo, of
Erie; two step sons, Charles Kamholz and Russell Kamholz, both of Erie; 10 step
grandchildren. Burial will be at Erie Cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Monday 28 Sep 1981
72, died Sunday at St. Vincent Health Center.She was born in Erie, Dec. 15 1908, a daughter of the late Valerian and
Josephine Mankowski Prylinski.She was a
member of St. Stanislaus Church.Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Shirley) Miaczynski of Erie;
a son, David C. Saur of Waterford; and nine grandchildren.Her husband, Louis C. Saur, died in July.Burial will be at Calvary Cemetery.
Thursday 11 Aug 1983
Bernard D. Jares, 64,
died Wednesday at Hamot
He was born in Erie on March 27, 1919, a son of the late Leon and Nellie Gulczynski
Jares.He was a sergeant in the US Army
Air Corps during WWII.He was a
machinist for Erie City Manufacturing got 28 years until his retirement six
years ago.He was a member of the
Disabled American Veterans, and a member of St. Hedwig Catholic Church.Survivors include his widow, Elizabeth Cabada
Jares, five sons, Timothy, Mark, Thomas, and Scott Jares of Erie, and David
Jares of San Francisco, CA, two daughters, Mrs. Thomas (Susan) Stark and Mrs.
Gary (Jean) Smith both of Erie; two sisters, Mrs. Walter (Irene) Rodgers and
Mrs. Martin (Sally) Pomorski, both if Erie; and a brother, Edward Jares of
Erie.Burial will be at
Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery.
Wednesday 11 Jul 1984
Duchini Angelotti, 90, died Monday following an extended illness.She was born in Pulica, Italy, Aug 15, 1893, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luigi
Duchini.She was a member of Holy Rosary
Catholic Church.Besides her parents,
she was preceded in death by her husband, Peter Angelotti, in 1938; two sons,
Bruno and Louis Angelotti; and a daughter, Mary Angelotti.Survivors include two sons, Anthony T and
James W Angelotti both of Erie; seven grandchildren and
several great grandchildren. Burial will be at Trinity Cemetery.
Wednesday 02 Sep 1987
Mary Zylka, 86, 1753 East
Grandview Blvd, died Sunday at Erie County Geriatric
Center Annex.She was born in Erie Aug 19, 1901, a daughter of the late Michael and Mary
Mankowski Baranowski.She also lived in Owasso, OK .She was a member of Faith Reformed Church
P.C.A., and had been involved with the Ladies of the Golden Eagle.
She was the widow of Stanley Zylka.Survivors include a son, Norbert F. Zylka of
Madera, CA; two daughters,
Mrs. Ralph (Dolores) Jones of Erie and Mrs. Donald (Florence) Sharpe of
Owasso; and a brother, Joseph Pierce of Dover, FL.Burial will be at Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Sunday 27 Dec 1987
(Geno) Angelotti, 64, 311 E. 8th, died Saturday at Metro Health Center.A life-long resident of Erie, he was born
here on Aug 27, 1923, a son of the late Peter and Assunta Duchini
Angelotti.He served in the Army during
WWII in the Pacific Theater.Mr.
Angelotti was employed at A. Duchini Inc and later worked as a bartender at the
Liberty Club.He was preceded in death
by a sister, Mary Angelotti, and two brothers, Bruno and Louis Angelotti.
Survivors include a brother, Anthony T. Angelotti of Erie; a cousin and several
nieces.Friends may call at the A.
Brugger Funeral Home 449 E. 9th, Tuesday from 7 to 9 pm and attend a
service there Wednesday at 9:30 am to be followed at 10 by a mass of Christian
Burial at Holy Rosary Church.Burial
will be at Gate of heaven cemetery.
Tuesday 12 May 1988
Raymond A Ropelewski, 69, of Thousand Oaks, California, and formerly of
Erie, died April 26.He was born in Erie
on July 5, 1918, a son of the late Joseph and Stephanie
Sudol Ropelewski.He was a US Navy
veteran of WWII.He had been a machinist
for 45 years at Uniflow Mfg.He moved to
Thousand Oaks in 1981.
He was a member of St. Paschal Baylon
Catholic Church in Thousand Oaks, where he was
past chairman of the Senior Club and the Ushers Club.
He was also a member of Seniors Friendship
Club of Newbury Park.In
Erie, he was a member
of St. James Catholic Church.Survivors
include his widow, MaryAnn Paluh Ropelewski; two sons, Robert R. Ropelewski of
Great Falls, VA and Michael J. Ropelewski of Baton Rouge, LA; two daughters, Marilyn
J Hutchinson of Geissen, West Germany, and Joan M. Bradley of Castle Rock, CO;
four brothers, Frank, Joseph, and Norbert Ropelewski all of Erie and Edward
Ropelewski of Richmond, VA, and a sister, Irene Paczynski of Erie.Burial will be at Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery.
Saturday 23 Mar 1996
of Erie, died Friday March
22, 1995 at Erie Veterans
He was born in Erie on Oct. 31, 1903, son of the late Andrew and Anastasia Nowack
Szymanowicz.He was a US Army Veteran of
WWII serving with the 241st AAF base unit.He was a retired employee of United
Industrial Supply Company.He was a
parishioner of Holy Trinity Catholic Church.He was preceded in death by a sister, Sophie Jagodzinski and two
brothers, Steve and Charles Szymanowicz.Survivors include his wife, Sophie Mizikowski Szymanowicz, three
daughters, Helene Hamilton of Hickory, NC, Judith Frankhouser and Audrey
Slubowski of Erie; three sisters, Margaret Lewandoski of Eddyville, KY, Helen
Kaczmarek and Teresa Suleski, both of Erie; a brother, Stanley Szymanowicz of
New Port Richey, FL; and three grandchildren.Burial with military services will be at Calvary Cemetery.
Wednesday 09 Apr 1997
Robert R. Ropelewski, 54, formerly of Erie, died Saturday, April 5, 1997, in Mclean, Virginia.He was born in Erie on July 1, 1942
, son of Mary Ann Paluh Ropelewski of Denver, CO and the late
Raymond Ropelewski.He was a public
affairs specialist with the FAA for the past five months.He was the publisher and editor of Jane’s
Information Group of London, England
1990-1996.He was the senior North
American editor for Jane’s in Washington, DC from 1993-1996,
and the senior editor of the Armed Forces Journal in Washington, DC from
1988-1990.He worked for Aviation Weekly
and Space Technology magazines from 1970-1988 with posts in Washington, Los
Angeles, and Paris.He was with Pacific
Southwest Airlines in
1970.He was a US Marine veteran of the
Vietnam War as a fixed wing and helicopter pilot.
He was a 1964 graduate of Penn State with a
bachelor’s degree in journalism.Besides
his mother, he is survived by his wife, Lynda Rothwell Ropelewski, a daughter,
Robin Ropelewski of Alexandria, VA; three sons,
Raymond and Robert Ropelewski both of Mclean, VA and Richard
Ropelewski of Denver CO; a brother,
Michael Ropelewski of Westminster, MD; two sisters;
Marilyn Hutchinson and Joan Bradley, both of Denver.
Burial will be at
Wintergreen Gorge Cemetery.
[record added 7/20/08] Erie Daily Times Saturday 23 May 1998
Denise Jones Lanius, 40, of Millcreek Township, died Thursday, May 21, 1998, after a long
illness.She was born July 8, 1957, in
Erie, daughter of Ralph and Dolores Zylka Jones of Millcreek.Mrs. Lanius, who lived in Erie most of her
life, was a 1975 graduate of McDowell High School.She attended Grace Baptist Church and was a
member of Providence Presbyterian Church in York.She was preceded in death by her husband,
William H. Lanius IV.She is survived by
a daughter, Mary Beth Lanius of Millcreek; a son, Jeremy Lanius of Millcreek; a
sister, Diane Augustine of Millcreek and her husband, John; two step-daughters,
Laura Yoakum and Susan Schearer, both of York; and two step grandchildren,
Elaina and Brady.There will be no
calling hours.Friends may attend a
memorial service at Grace Baptist Church on Thursday, May 28, at 7 p.m.The Rev. Al Detter, pastor of Grace Baptist
and Pastor Andrew Phillips of York will officiate.Burial will be at Mill Village Cemetery.
Sunday 14 Nov 1999
“Stanley” A. Soliwoda, 82, of Erie, died Friday, Nov 12, 1999 at St. Mary’s Home of
Erie.He was born in Erie, Aug 12, 1917, a son of the late Anthony and Mary Tynecki
Soliwoda.He was a manager of production
control at GE and retired after 46 years.He was a 1936 graduate of Cathedral Prep.He was a member of St.
John the Baptist Catholic
Church and the parish Rosary and Altar Society and the Legion of Mary.He was a member of the Cursillo
movement.He was a life member of Polish
National Alliance Lodge 224, the Huzars Club and Polish Falcons News 123.He was a member of the GE Quarter Century
Club and the GE Management Association.He enjoyed golfing and gardening.He was preceded in death by a brother, Bernard Soliwoda.He is survived by his wife of 59 years,
Virginia Smieciuch Soliwoda; a daughter, Cynthia Werstein and her husband,
Mark, of Chambersburg; a son, Dennis Soliwoda and his wife, Doris, of North
Carver, Mass., four grandchildren, Matthew and Sarah Werstein, and Andrew and
Rebecca Soliwoda; and a brother, Chester Soliwoda and his wife Doris, of La
mesa, Calif.Friends may call at the
Carl A. Slomski & Son Funeral Home Monday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. and
may attend a service there Tuesday at 9:30 a.m., followed by Mass at St. John
the Baptist Church at 10.Burial will be
Tuesday 21 May 2002
Raymond R. Luniewski, 77, died Monday, May 20, 2002, at St. Mary’s Home of Erie. He was born Sept 7, 1924, in
Erie, son of the late Joseph P.
and Genevieve C. Danowski Luniewski.He
worked for A. O. Smith Co., retiring after 15 years.He was a musician and taught the accordion
for many years.He was preceded in death
by his wife, Rita T. Gorny Luniewski.Survivors include two sons, Raymond Luniewski and his wife, Edith, and
Gary J. Luniewski and his wife. Margery all of Erie, and two
grandchildren, Benjamin and Danielle Luniewski.
Friends may call today from to
and Wednesday from 2 to 4 and 7 t at the Mark G. Razanauskas
Funeral Home.A service will be held
there Thursday at followed by a Mass of
Christian Burial at at Holy Trinity Catholic
Church.Burial will be at
Sunday 20 Mar 2005
“Larry” Wilczynski, age 68,
of Erie, died Friday March 18, 2005 at his residence following a brief illness.
He was born in Erie on August 18, 1936, the son of the late Ignatius and Emilie Wilczynski.
He was a member of
Mount Calvary R.C. Church and a 38-year employee at
Hammermill Paper Co. prior to retiring in 2000.He enjoyed gardening, walking, reading, and was a veteran of the US
Army.Survivors include his wife of 46
years, Mary Alice Gorny Wilczynski; seven children, Lawrence and wife Mary
Ellen; Beth Reed, Kevin and his wife Christina; Michelle, all of Erie; Patrick
and wife Jennifer of Memphis, Tenn.; Christopher and Christian of Mahwah, NJ;
and John and wife Nicole of Pontiac, Mich.; a brother, Paul and his wife
Frankie of Erie; eight grandchildren, Joshua, Jacob, Zachary, Jared, Samuel,
Calvin, Sean and Kara.He was preceded
in death by a granddaughter Ellen and a brother Daniel Wilson.Friends may call at the Dusckas Funeral Home
on Monday from 2 to 5 and and are invited to attend a
prayer service there on Tuesday at followed by a Funeral Mass
at at Mount Calvary RC Church.
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