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Anne R.

Juszczak, Anne R. (nee Kirner)
Passed away Wednesday, September 23 at the age of 97. Wife of the late Alex J. “Slim”. Mother of Kathleen (Daniel) Otzelberger and the late Karen Zilke. Grandmother of John (Julie) Otzelberger, Denise (Brian) Alberti, Donna (Richard) Smith, Laura Otzelberger, Kim, and Robert (Michelle) Zilke. Great Grandmother of Jarred, Kalyn, Ava, Alex, Maddie, Matthew, Emma, Olivia, Jeremiah, and Tyler. Daughter of the late Martin and Rose (nee Heinez). Sister of the late Martin. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends.
Visitation will be held at St. Paul’s Catholic Church (1720 E. Norwich Avenue, St. Francis) on Tuesday, September 29 from 10-11AM with a Mass of Christian Burial at 11. Entombment at Arlington Park Cemetery to follow.


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I can’t just share one memory. There was a lifetime of memories being one of her grandchildren. I remember going clothing shopping for grade school, friday nights visiting grandma and grandpa or the occasional staying for the weekend and going to church on sunday (what was it grandpa did: we sat front row). Sunday breakfasts- scrambled eggs toast and canadian bacon. Saturday lunches- Spaghetti O’s brand macaroni and cheese… yummy! You can’t forget the “candy” treat after visiting friday night. Every grandkid got to choose a candy bar to go home. She would always have Cracker Jack for us too. I will also remember her telling us kids “either in or out” and “quit slamming the door” usually it was all in one sentence when we would go outside. Christmases where there would be two big bags of presents for us four. Chrstmas cookies and petite fours. Easter time it was Quality candy chocolate egg. Can we say i think she did spoil us. In the older years going to the Holiday Folk Fair. We went every year until she couldn’t. But we always brought her something back mostly the german cookies or tortes. But she liked the Peaches the best.
Grandma was always had her hair, make up and nails done: something I did not . Inherit from her. Always presentable.
She taught us how to play rummy and cribbage.

I could say more but I don’t want to because they are my memories. I will share them another time.
Grandma lived a long life and will be missed greatly.

Love you very much.
Your granddaughter

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