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Helen M. Janowski

Born: 27-May-13     Died: Mar. 12, 2002

Helen M. Janowski Helen M. Janowski nee Sienicki...Age 88...Beloved wife of the late Wesley F...Loving mother of Delphine (Richard) Boyna, Margaret (Carl) Bostrom, Wendi (Jeff) Jeffers, Angie (Bruce) Peters and

Wesley (Debbie) Janowski...Proud grandmother of 20...Great-grandmother of 24...Dear sister of Stanley Sienicki, Lucy Glowski and the late Matthew, Edward and George Sienicki...Fond aunt and cousin to many...Funeral Friday 10:15 A.M. from The Brady-Gill Funeral Home 16600 S. Oak Park Ave. Tinley Park to St. Christopher Church...Mass 11 A.M...Interment Private...Visitation Thursday 3-9 P.M...Volunteer at St. Francis Hospital...Member of Posen and Fox Valley Seniors...



In lieu of flowers masses or donations to Ingalls Hospice 1 Ingalls Drive Harvey, IL 60426 appreciated...708-614-9900 or

www.bradygill.com

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WALLY & GINNY GLOWACKI 11-29--0001 18:00

WE'LL ALWAYS REMEMBER HER BRIGHT SMILE!!
MAY SHE REST IN PEACE!

 
 
Michelle 11-29--0001 18:00

I remember grandma...
-the violets in the back bedroom
-the canary's singing in the sun
-the coo coo clock in the living room
-the dolls....all over
-the beautiful colors of flowers in spring and summer and fall
-her love for "something sweet" after every meal (which I have also)
-the multi- colored afghans
-her seemingly "endless energy" that was often hard to keep up with
-the twinkle in her eyes and smile on her face whenever she held the newest family addition
-her multi colored necklace, hand made
-dead heading the flowers
-the joy in her face when we'd come to visit
-the love that was there, always, unconditionally

I'm sorry that my children won't have the privilege of knowing her as some of us did but I will share my memories and pictures so her love of her family will live on.

I'll see you in heaven gram! Love, Michelle

 
 
Michelle 11-29--0001 18:00

I remember grandma...
-the violets in the back bedroom
-the canary's singing in the sun
-the coo coo clock in the living room
-the dolls....all over
-the beautiful colors of flowers in spring and summer and fall
-her love for "something sweet" after every meal (which I have also)
-the multi- colored afghans
-her seemingly "endless energy" that was often hard to keep up with
-the twinkle in her eyes and smile on her face whenever she held the newest family addition
-her multi colored necklace, hand made
-dead heading the flowers
-the joy in her face when we'd come to visit
-the love that was there, always, unconditionally

I'm sorry that my children won't have the privilege of knowing her as some of us did but I will share my memories and pictures so her love of her family will live on.

I'll see you in heaven gram! Love, Michelle

 
 
Sue Bostrom 11-29--0001 18:00

Gramma J, as she will forever be remembered, was the absolute best!

 

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