Helen D. Pacholski

Born: Sun., Apr. 21, 1929
Died: Sat., Jan. 23, 2021


Memorial Service

Sat., Feb. 06, 2021
Location: The Historic Catholic Church of Saint Patrick


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Helen Delores (Sablowski) Pacholski

4/21/1929 – 1/23/2021

   One of the greatest mother-in-law’s ever passed away comfortably, by God’s grace. A Libbey High School graduate, she also retired from Libbey Glass to be at home for her family. Always so proud of her Polish heritage and legacy... she met her husband, Leonard, in her Polish neighborhood on Campbell St., here in Toledo.
  Such a vibrant Helen, she always had a “go-get-it” attitude. Helen volunteered at her local American Legion post, in the women’s auxiliary, for years taking the pride in handing out crepe paper poppies for veteran donations. She also devoted time to her beloved St. Patrick’s Historic church as a volunteer.
   Helen enjoyed many trips to Las Vegas and Canada for gambling. She once saw Elvis in concert, although she had a crush on Mario Lanza! Deft with a crochet hook, she made countless gifts of afghans over the decades, with each stitch flawlessly executed. In recent years, she enjoyed further crafting and painting, and sci-fi and horror movies with her son and grandson (she would root for the villain!).
   Helen had a very social personality; she loved talking to anyone about anything. She is missed by the neighbors with whom she shared daily chats.
   Married to Leonard on August 7, 1954, she kissed him goodbye for the last time in 2011. Here to celebrate Helen are her beloved son, Mark (Susan); cherished grandson, Eric; and every life for which she always has a smile and a kind word. Her beautiful home gardens will be lovingly tended always. A memorial service is planned for Saturday, February 6, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. at Historic St. Patrick’s Church, 130 Avondale.

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Diana L Friess
   Posted Sun January 31, 2021
Mark,Susan and Eric,
We were so very sad to hear about your Mom and grandma. She spoke about you all often and loved you guys very much. We were so very blessed to get to know her and we will miss her. She was always trying to take care of our Mom and I think they became more like sisters. She will always love in our hearts.

With loving memories,
Betty and family
(Your Mom's roommate at Manor)

David and Sharon Zydorczyk
   Posted Mon February 01, 2021
Our condolence to the Pacholski family for the passing of Helen Pacholski. This is from the Zydorczyk Family; Patsy Kosinski, Daniel & Barbara Zydorczyk and David & Sharon Zydorczyk. We have not been in contact for quite awhile but she will be in our prayers. It was a very nice write up for her.

Jamie L Kohn
   Posted Tue February 02, 2021
I know the feeling you are going thru. It's a void that can't filled. My heart aches for yours. I love you , Mark. She was a good woman. She is now with uncle Leonard in peace at least there's comfort in that. I wish you didn't feel this anguish. But I'm sorry for your loss. I lost my mom 2 yrs ago. So I know the anguish. I love you and if you need me message me on Facebook

David & Jacki Szczublewski
   Posted Tue February 02, 2021
Sincerest condolences from both me and Jacki on the passing of your Mom. She will be missed by many, but is no longer suffering and is rejoined with your Dad in heaven. I have lots of fond memories of Aunt Helen and the house on Watova growing up with all of the Pacholski's. David


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