Agnes M. Kilisz

Born: Wed., Aug. 6, 1919
Died: Wed., Apr. 13, 2016

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Agnes M. Kilisz, age 96, passed away on Wednesday April 13, 2016 at Ridgewood Manor. Agnes was the daughter of Paul and Bertha Hussar and was born August 6, 1919. She was an assembler 401/2 years at Champion Spark Plug Co., retiring in January of 1982. Agnes was an active member of Wroblewski Post American Legion, Logsdon Walla Catholic War Veterans Post 639 Auxiliary and Salon 101 Eight & Forty. She also volunteered many years at the Toledo Clinic.
  Agnes was preceded in death by her parents; husband Florian, brothers John and Clem and sister Betty Peltz. She is survived by her loving son Richard; sisters Ann Santus and Amelia Boris; 2 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.
  Private graveside services will be held at Calvary Cemetery. A Memorial funeral Mass will be held at a later date in St. Hyacinth Catholic Church where she was a longtime member.  

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Lisa Strugarek
   Posted Mon April 18, 2016
I got to know Agnes at the Laurels of Toledo I would bring the Sisters in to pray and bring communion twice a month. Sister Jean Francis and myself got to know Agnes very well. We just loved her she always was so kind and caring towards us. We have not be able to go for a few months due to Sisters health and did not know Agnes was failing . Sister and I want you to know we are praying for her and her family and we will miss her smile. Agnes was one of a few Catholics at the Laurels and Agnes loved to sing with us she knew all the old hymns. Sister Jean Francis is now at Urusline Nursing Center on Indian Road in Toledo. I work for the sisters at their new facility in Whitehouse Ohio. God Bless Lisa Strugarek

Nancy Eade
   Posted Mon April 18, 2016

I gave Agnes communion every Sunday at Laurel. She was a joy for me. When I would leave I'd always say," See you next Sunday" and she would respond "God willing!" I went to hospice for two weeks and had no idea she went to Ridgewood Manor. She was special and I'm sure her welcome into heaven was joyous. God Rest Her Beautiful Soul.

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