Mary A. Sluss

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Mary A.

Sluss, Mary A.
(nee Szymakowski)
Born to eternal life on Monday, October 21, 2013 age 58 years. Preceded in death by her parents Henry and Bernice Szymakowski. Beloved wife and best friend of Gary for 27 years. Dear sister of Robert (Debbie) Szymakowski and John Szymakowski. Special cousin of Barbara Kurth. Daughter-in-law of Leonard and the late Marian Sluss. Sister-in-law of Wayne (Carol) Sluss and Mary Ann (Mike) Litzau. Best friend of Donna Dominski. Further survived by nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, other relatives and friends. Mary will by dearly missed by her beloved pet Haley.

Visitation Thursday, October 24 at the funeral home from 4-7 pm with a prayer service at 6:30 pm. Visitation Friday, October 25 at ST. GREGORY THE GREAT CHURCH, 60th and W. Oklahoma Ave., from 9:30 – 10:15 am with Mass of Christian Burial at 10:30 am.

Mary was retired from Rockwell Automation/Allen Bradley & ABB.

6615 W. Oklahoma Ave. 414-321-7440
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Amber Szymakowski

Auntie Mary words cannot describe how much of a impact you had on me and Charlene… Always will remember your laugh and that smile that lit up a while room… I swear at times I think i am going crazy.. I know this is crazy but your smell of perfume is as clear as day to me. When I am having a bad day or you come across my mind and that scent comes from no where. I believe that big gush of wind is you giving me a hug… Always have a place in my heart… Always been that #1 aunt to me never judge,and always listen without judgement….
I Love You and we will meet again!!!

Toni Stikl

Dear Gary..I am so very sorry to hear the living world has lost Mary way before her time. She was one of the most loving people I have had the pleasure to be friends with. Although we lost touch, I did not want to let another day go by without remembering her warm heart and caring ways. She truly was one of our living Angels. To Bob and John, her brothers, you may not physically see your lovely sister but she will always be sitting on your shoulder with love. I will always remember all the good times with your family many many years ago. I was so happy to have Mary as one of my bridesmaids, and Gary, you use to show Adam how to pound a nail correctly! So many old memories, like the green gremlin, will stay forever in my heart. Mary had such an infectious laugh too — you couldnt help but laugh right along with her, even if you didn’t know why! I send to your entire family, our condolences, prayers, memories and Angels. Mary will be with her beloved Mom and Dad in Heaven, even though your hearts are heavy, send a hug and kiss to her every night, just as you have always done. God Bless you all. Toni, Bill, and Adam Stikl.

Cousin Rick Sluss

Hi Gary:
Many people struggle for the right words to say to someone who just lost a loved one to death. If you have a bible handy, the 23rd Psalm may offer some comfort in this time of difficulty. King David knew about soothing the soul through music, and the songs in the Psalms are his work.
You’ll be doing things alone now but rest assured there’s no need to be lonely. The Lord has taken care of you all of these years and He’s not about to stop now.
If you ever want to get together and just talk, give me a call. I live right down the street from you. We can get together at each other’s house or I know of a men’s group that meet’s once a week for breakfast that you might enjoy going to. Some of these men are older and wiser, who lost their wives, too. You might find something here and it might be worth you while to investigate. We’ll talk more later. Call me at 545-4900.
Your cousin,
Rick Sluss

Linda and Lindell Collins

Hi Gary,
My thoughts are with you at this time, Mary was a great lady that will be deeply missed by all.

Sue Nelson (pagan)

Hi Gary,

My prayers and thoughts are with you. Mary was a great lady! I worked with her at Allen-Bradley and then at ABB. Alot of great memories……..

Mary, I know you were a fighter and would never give up. However, now you are at rest and no longer in pain. I will miss your smile.

Love and miss you!

Sue Nelson (Pagan)

Angela Walter

Dear Aunt Mary….. God has definitely gained an angel. No amount of THANK YOU’s could ever be said for everything that you have done and the memories that have been created for myself and our family. You were such a giving and kind soul. You will forever be missed. I love you always.. GO PACK GO!
Jeff, Angie, and Marissa Walter

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