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Klara 
Dawydiuk

  • Visitation to be held on Monday, September 14th, 2020 from 10AM-10:30AM at HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME 4800 S. 84th St,. Greenfield
  • Funeral service to be held at 10:30 AM at HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME 4800 S. 84th St., Greenfield

Dawydiuk, Klara (Nee Wihowski)

Went to Heaven on Wednesday, September 9th, 2020 at the age of 94.  Beloved wife to the late Alexander.  Loving mother to Frieda (William), Irene, Alexander Jr. (Pam), Edward (Lori) and Ruth (Steve).  Beloved Oma of Kristin (Dave), Nicole (Craig), Michele (Jeff), Amy (Aaron), Rachel and Edward Jr. (Chelsea).  Cherished Great Oma of Nicole and Ethan, Lily, Claire and Julia, Kaden, David and Alex, Lilly, Grace and Eddie III.  Beloved sister of Edward (Irene) Wihowski and Marta (late husband Gary).  Klara came to the United States as a young woman with her family, she was proud and grateful of her new home in the United States.  She was devoted to her faith and family.

A visitation for Klara will be held on Monday, September  14th, 2020 from 10AM-10:30AM at HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME 4800 S. 84th St., Greenfield, followed by a funeral service at 10:30AM.  Interment to follow at Arlington Park Cemetery.

If so desired, memorials to Season Hospice Foundation are appreciated.

6 Comments

  1. Jim Drehfal September 11, 2020 at 10:51 am - Reply

    I’ll always remember visiting with Klara and Irene sitting in their backyard enjoying the sunshine and fresh air. You couldn’t help but notice her head full of beautiful white hair through the trees and bushes between our houses and hurry over for a visit and a chat. Rest in peace Klara.

    Here’s a favorite poem of mine and my Mom’s. I read it at her memorial service:

    Prophecy by Elinor Wylie

    I shall die hidden in a hut
    In the middle of an alder wood,
    With the back door blind and bolted shut,
    And the front door locked for good.

    I shall lie folded like a saint,
    Lapped in a scented linen sheet,
    On a bedstead striped with bright-blue paint,
    Narrow and cold and neat.

    The midnight will be glassy black
    Behind the panes, with wind about
    To set his mouth against a crack
    And blow the candle out.

  2. Steven Varga September 11, 2020 at 5:45 pm - Reply

    I will always love mom for treating me like I was her own son. She called me her partner and joked around with me. I will always remember the times she would call me names in german so I would have to try and figure out what she called me.Mom also taught me how to say I love you in german. Ich liebe dich mom.

  3. Ruth Varga September 11, 2020 at 5:55 pm - Reply

    Ruth My Mom I love her very much.
    A mom who Read her German Bible every morning or Afternoon. And prayed kneeled in her bedroom and weeped for her kids to know Jesus. She went home to heaven. No more crying and no more sickness I thank God for my mom

  4. Angie Bouthillier September 11, 2020 at 6:39 pm - Reply

    Frieda and family,
    Sorry for your loss. Glad she is in no more pain and with the Father in Heaven. To read above how she read her Bible and knelt weeping in prayer for her kids to know Jesus is truly moving and a testament to her beautiful inner character. May you feel the Lord’s peace, comfort, and closeness. Love you!

  5. Irene Dawydiuk September 11, 2020 at 11:34 pm - Reply

    Dear mumsie.
    I had the honor of taking care of you as you needed. We had many wonderful moments and memories together. Although the dear Lord took you home,
    I will miss you deeply. There is a void without you, but I know you are rejoicing, free of earthly aches and celebrating with dad and oma. Until we see each other again, i love you. Irene

  6. Glenn and Diane Lemanczyk September 15, 2020 at 4:42 pm - Reply

    Our sympathy on the loss of your wonderful mother. May she Rest In Peace and May God be with your family.

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