Loading ...
Sorry, an error occurred while loading the content.

obit: Frances Zalesak Cilny

Expand Messages
  • Rosemary Ermis
    Frances Zalesak Cilny went to be with her Lord Monday May 14, 2012. She was born January 19, 1919 in Frydek, Texas. She married Joe Cilny on January 14, 1941,
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 28, 2013
    • 0 Attachment

      Frances Zalesak Cilny went to be with her Lord Monday May 14, 2012.

       

      She was born January 19, 1919 in Frydek, Texas. She married Joe Cilny on January 14, 1941, they moved to Cypress in 1945 where they raised their children.

       

      She is preceded in death by her daughter JoeAnn and her Husband.

       

      She was an avid gardener and a great seamstress.

       

      She is survived by her 4 children and foster son, 15 Grand Children and 25 Great Grand Children; Children, Fredricka (Fritz) and Carl Nichols, Joe and Mary Lou Cilny, Joan Schriver, Barbara and Robert Grein, and George and Bobbie Zalesak; Grand Children, Brian and Paula Nichols, Nick and Michaela Nichols, Ron and Amy Nichols, Dean and Sara Nichols, Amy and Erik Craig, Heather Cilny, Rob Schriver, Teresa and Jimmy Churchill, Michael Schriver, Daniel and Jamie Grein, Lauren and Cory Whidden, Jared and Karen Grein, Denise and Shannon Lauve, Kirk and Vickie Zalesak, Keith Zalesak (Dec), Great Grand Children; Kevin and Kelsey Zalesak. Max, Christina and Toni Nichols, Hayden Nichols, Emily and Lauren Nichols and Alizsha, David Pennington, Jackson and Mason and Annabelle Nichols and Dylon, Mike, Hunter Craig, Dylan Chruchill, James and Kyle Grein, Easton Whidden, Luke and Kate Grein and Baby Boy due 10/12, Brooks and Rochelle Lauve, Colton and Brady Zalesak and Landin Lauve.

       

      Pall Bearers: Nick Nichols, Ron Nichols, Brian Nichols, Dean Nichols, Rob Schriver, Michael Schriver, Daniel Grein and Jared Grein

       

      The family wishes to thank Linda Parker who brought her Communion and a ray of sunshine every week. Also the wonderful nurses from Vitas Hospice that made her feel more comfortable. If desired donations can be made to Vitas Hospice or the American Cancer Association.

       

      Woodlawn Funeral Home & Cemetery

    Your message has been successfully submitted and would be delivered to recipients shortly.