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Genevieve M. Galaszewski

Genevieve M. Galaszewski Obituary | Bruskiewitz Funeral Home

(Nee Dziekan) Passed away Monday, April 1, 2013 at the age of 84. Beloved mother of Douglas (Irene) Galaszewski. Former wife and best friend of Richard (Mary) Galaszewski. Loving grandmother of Amy (Ryan) Mulhall and Paul (Trini) Galaszewski. Great-grandmother of Caitlyn and Ana Mulhall. Loving sister and best friend of Audrey (Robert) McEvoy. Sister-in-law of the late Jerome Dornoff. Preceded in death by her parents Frank and Barbara Dziekan, brothers Eugene, Frank, Paul, Donald and George Dziekan and sisters Dolores Lewandowski and Clara Dziekan. Further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Visitation will be held Friday, Apr. 5 at the funeral home at 3 PM, followed by funeral services at 6:30 PM.

Remembrances:

  • Tina Bauman (Raab) says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to the family! She was such a sweet lady and will be missed by many!

  • Penny Krings says:

    To Jenny’s family, a true loss I am sure. She was a smiling face with lots of love she always shared with me and all she met. My heart goes out to you. May the lord comfort you in your time of need. To me she was an Angel in disguise. Take care. Penny (Prengel) Krings.

  • Michael Peterson says:

    A beautiful fun loving Sister,Mother,Grandmother,Great Grandmother,Aunt,Great Aunt. She will surely will be missed by all. She touched so many lives during her time here. So Friendly and kind, helpful,polite,wonderful. I love chatting with her. I always greeted her with a big hug. A sweetheart in many eyes and a beautiful angel. She was such a talker. I love it when she talked about the old days. Aunt Genny, I will miss you and I know God will be keeping you busy up there. Thank You for letting me into your Life and sharing some beautiful moments together. You will always be in our hearts and our memories. See you Friday before your journey to Heaven…

    Cry a Tear by Michael Peterson

    To lose someone dear is tragic
    The loss of companionship and life
    Memories of good and bad a rises
    It’s the tears that fall that shows the hurt and pain
    Little by little they fall, drops to steady streams
    The pain so Deary, the love and loneliness sets in
    To see them gone is not right, things not done
    Adventures and stories still to be told
    Sitting on your bed the tears turn to cries of love
    Why now, we still need time together
    Looking at the pictures bring memories I will cherish
    I cry to the wedding pictures to you holding us babies
    Seeing you laugh and smile bring joy to me
    Why you had to leave is in my mind
    Pictures of a youthful you to a loving grandparent
    Makes me cry more than ever
    Your many words of advice and the corny jokes bring cheerful smiles
    I see you cry many times for love, Loss, and happiness
    Stronger and wiser you became
    I will remember every moment, every second I have had with you
    I cry many tears for sad and happier times
    You mean the world to me, I want to be like you
    The person of many lives and tributes
    Not rich, not poor just you
    You made me the proud person you wanted me to be
    Crying is for the emptiness I have without you
    I sit trying to understand why life is so cruel
    But your spirit reminds me of how wonderful life Is
    The tears of you will never end
    For every tear will be a reminder how you raised and touched me so
    The smiles and laughter of you will make me cry more
    But remembering you is worth all the tears

  • gary galaszewski says:

    My father was Eugene Galaszewski from Cleveland, Ohio!

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