Mike,and your entire family. Only met your mom once a long time ago, she was a nice person. It has been years since I have seen you, but always considerred you a good friend.Wanted to attend the service and see many people I havent seen in years, but am down with back problems, and the wife had to work so I couldnt drive myself. Lost my mom ten yrs. ago and that was a real bad time for me.My wifeGail and brother in law Rick were friends of Ruth, and Romy.They lived down the road on 116th in a side by side duplex.Last name was Kelnhofer. Anyway, our deepest sympathy and sincere condolences to you and the entire family. Dave Zuchowski(cherry red} and Gail And tell all the people I knew, I am alive and well, and I said hello.
Lit a candle in memory of Phyllis M Bembenek
To my cousins, the sons and daughters of Auntie Phyllis, as well as the rest of her relatives, I offer my sincerest sympathies and condolences. Understanding that her long suffering is now over does little to remove the empty spot in one’s own heart for your loss.
Her life was full, long and has left a fruitful legacy with her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren.
As one of her eldest nephews, I remember the many kindnesses and courtesies she extended me in the early days of our relationship. For those I am forever grateful.
May you all be assured she is at peace now, is with God and with her husband as well as previous family and friends who passed before her. And while she remains in your own hearts and memories, I am willing to be she will be putting in a good word for you too.
With loving peace, Robert (Bobby) Bembenek, Sr.