- Thank you so much for your kind words, prayers and for lighting a candle. Likewise, I will say a prayer for you and yours. May God keep you in His lovingMessage 1 of 4 , May 2, 2011View Source
Thank you so much for your kind words, prayers and for lighting a candle.
Likewise, I will say a prayer for you and yours.
May God keep you in His loving care.
--- On Mon, 5/2/11, Steve Sobot <s.sobot@...> wrote:
From: Steve Sobot <s.sobot@...>
Subject: Re: [Kresy-Siberia] In Memory of Julia Lotys Szajta
Date: Monday, May 2, 2011, 5:13 AM
I will light a candle for your mother and pray for her and all her family and friends.
With much respect,
On 30/04/2011 16:42, ursula lord wrote:
On a sad note, my mother Julia (Lotys) Szajta born on Nov. 1,1918, went home to the Lord on Easter Sunday morning. My sister and I were at her side around the clock since Good Friday. She was buried at St Stanislaw Cemetery in Buffalo, NY. where on our family grave is written: "Bog, Honor, Ojczyzna". (God, Honor, Country).
She was deported to Syberia on the 13th of April 1940 with her mother. The crucifix that she had carried with her from Baranowicze, Poland to Siberia, through Persia and India was at her side. She was a courageous, hardworking, loving woman. We, the family, thank God for the gift of her life.