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Eugene J.
Skalecki

Skalecki, Eugene J. “GENE”

Died peacefully Friday, August 19th at the age of 84, surrounded by his family. Loving husband of Rhoda for 61 years. Cherished father of Clare King Mike, Joe Deb, Mary Steve Bablitch, John Jane, and Paul Linda. He dearly loved his 20 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Big brother to caring siblings Therese, the late Wanda Dombeck John, Carol Schwabe Ray, and Dan Joyce. Further survived by nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, cousins, and many friends.

Visitation Monday Aug. 22, 4-8PM at the Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial Tuesday 10:30AM at Blessed Sacrament, 41st and Oklahoma Aveplease meet at Church. Private interment Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

Gene was a Navy veteran of WWII. He spent 43 years working at St. Joseph’s Convent for the School Sisters of St. Francis who have been praying for him. Gene enjoyed singing with special friends in the St. Cecilia Choir at Blessed Sacrament. Special thanks to Bill, Shanda and Carlo for their loving care of Gene.
HERITAGE FUNERAL HOMES
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4800 S. 84th St. 414-281-5533

Past Comments

Sister Diane Drufenbrock

My memories of Gene are all happy and confirming. He rode the elevator where I was working as a novice to get orders from Mother Corona. He married the same year I was received. He drove me to my first mission assignment in Illinois. I rode his bus back and forth to Alverno and St. Joseph’s repeatedly. I enjoyed his quintet of children and Rhoda giving a concert at Alverno. I rode to Omaha with him going out to get Sisters for retreat. He taught me how to change a tire and check the oil in a car. We visited many times as neighbors at Alverno. We celebrated fifty years of dedication to our chosen treasures. Gene is a most kindly and affirming person and we are together in the Spirit.

Sister Diane Drufenbrock

I have long and fond memories of Gene and his family. Rhoda and Gene were married the same year we were recieved into the Order — “Forty-niners.” Gene drove me to my first mission; many times between SJC and Alverno; once to Omaha. We rejoiced with each birth and enjoyed a concert featuring their quintet of children. Gene taught me to change a tire and check the oil for a car. Good Man, you are; good Life.

Sue Skoczynski

Dear Clare-

May each tear that falls be a gentle reminder that you and your father meant so much to each other, and that no loss or sorrow, time or distance can ever take that away.

With Deepest Sympathy, Susan Skoczynski

Kathy Chudzinski

Dear Clare and family, My deepest condolunces on the loss of you dad, I know how much he will be miss by everyone all for your personal memories. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.Kathy Chudzinski

John & JoAnn Bablitch

Mrs. Skalecki, Mary and family,

Thinking of you these days as you mourn the loss of Gene – your Husband, Dad and Grandfather. He was such a treasured family member. May you find comfort in your memories, the love of friends and your faith.

Love and Sympathy,
John and JoAnn

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