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Harriet 
Szeflinski

Szeflinski, Harriet , nee Nastachowski Tuesday April 20, 2010 age 88 years. Preceded in death by her husband Anthony. Loving mother of the late David Dolores, the late Antoinette Richard McClain, Robert Diana, Pauline David Patrykus and William Kathryn. Grandmother of Paul, the late Kellie, Todd, Greg, Kimberly, Stacey, the late Jake, the late Lauren, Andrea and Thomas. Great-grandmother of Mitchell, Mariah, Mellisa, Kaley, Lindsey and Elliott. Sister of the late Estelle, the late Eugene, Isabelle, the late Edmund, and Lorraine. Also survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and many friends.
Visitation Thursday, April 22, from 5-8 pm at the Funeral Home and on Friday April 23 from 9-10 am at ST. MATTHIAS CATHOLIC CHURCH, 9306 W. Beloit Rd, with a Mass of Christian Burial at 10 am. Burial to follow at Mt. Olivet Cemetery.
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Past Comments

Marcin ZajÄ?c

Sincere condolences on the passing of aunt Harriet from cousin from Poland. I did not know her but she certainly was a wonderful person.
I would like to make contact with family in the USA so please contact me via e-mail…

TOM BORCK

Dear Szeflinski family, my condolences on the passing of Harriet. She was one of my favorite people. It was always nice when i spent a few Christmases with her and her family and was Santa’s helper. She will be in my prayers. Tom Borck

Stacey

Grandma meant the world to me. She was always there for me. Days when I pretended to be sick from school she would cancel her lunches with the girls to pick me up from school. She would take me to Bingo, Candy Cane lane, take me to watch the airplanes, take me out to lunch. I would sleep over and we would spend hours watching Golden Girls. I would clean out her birdbath that was my job. Many Sundays we would all go over to her house to go swimming and have KFC. She loved dark meat chicken and would suck the bones dry. She loved food and in the final weeks of her life she finally got the eat her liver and onions which made her so happy. Anyone who knew my grandma knew she had a certain spunk about her. She lived a long life and was always on the go. She was not going to let anyone hold her down or tell her what to do. She was going to do what she wanted and if you didn’t like it, too bad. She had a big heart, she was always there whenever I needed her no matter what. She will be missed. I’m sad that I will not be able to create any more memories with her. I know she’s looking down from heaven watching over all of us. I miss her so much and can’t imagine life without her but knowing that I am part of her makes me happy. She will never be to far gone and we will meet again. Grandma, I will miss you and I’m glad you are finally at peace. You mean the world to me and I love you and I’m glad we were with you during your last moments and I’m glad that you knew how much we all loved you. rest in peace. Until we meet again. I love you xoxoxoxoxoxo

Antoinette Konz

R.I.P. Auntie Hattie. You were such a strong, amazing woman and I have such fond memories of you. We shared so many laughs over the years. I will love and remember you forever. My thoughts and prayers are with the rest of my family. God Bless you all!

Zylka Family

Todd, Michelle and family
We are very sorry for your loss and please let us know if there is anything you need
Your Friends
The Zylka’s

Marcin ZajÄ?c

I am sorry but I haven’t given my email address: marcin.zaj1@wp.pl

Terri Thachenkery

Dear Todd,Michelle,Kaley & Lindsey, Busia was the most spirited,bubbly & fun-loving grandma around!Boy,did she know how to have fun.Michelle,you & Busia were two peas in a pod!Is there anywhere that you two didn’t go together? I remember your phone ringing all the time & it was that cute, little Busia on the line for you!You certainly knew how to lift her spirits & make her laugh!You two were joined at the hip!She loved to share the fond memories she had of Todd as he was growing up & had many laughs recounting the numerous trips,good times & much love shared with you four.She adored you four.She felt blessed that you took such care of her,spent so much time with her & that you doted on her…not once in awile but daily.Cherish those memories-all of them-even playing crosswords with her in her final days.You have a special angel in heaven now watching over you,dancing with her husband again & making sure there’s plenty of laughter!Enjoy the sushi in heaven, Busia!Love,Terri&Téa

Zylka Family

Todd, Michelle and family
We are very sorry for your loss and please let us know if there is anything you need
Your Friends
The Zylka’s

Antoinette Konz

R.I.P. Auntie Hattie. You were such a strong, amazing woman and I have such fond memories of you. We shared so many laughs over the years. I will love and remember you forever. My thoughts and prayers are with the rest of my family. God Bless you all!

Judy Cieslak

You all have my deepest sympathy and I was shocked to get the news about Harriet’s passing.I lived next to her on 88th Street for quite awhile and had many fun times with her out by the pool or just relaxing by having a cup of coffee. I moved out of Milwaukee in 1981 moving to Florida and getting a divorce shortly after, and now as of this past year, I’ve been living in Texas to be near my daughter. Again, you have my deepest sympathy.

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