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Dolores I. Gasiorowski

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We are so sorry to hear about Aunt Dolores.

Posted by: Lisa Kopf    Oct 20, 2012

Art and Tom...So sorry for your loss. She was a wonderful lady. Wish I could have been there to say good-bye.

Love, Your cousin Barb

Posted by: Barbara (Majewski) Senatore - moseley, VA - goddaughter   Oct 20, 2012

Some of my very first memories of the Gasiorowski family include Aunt Dolores. She was bigger than life at times....a force to be reckoned with....and a kind and gentle soul. She can join Uncle Stosh now....I am sure we will hear them laughing from heaven!!! Love You Aunt D

Prayers and thoughts are with the rest of the family at this difficult time.

Posted by: Karen Zaleski - Howell, MI   Oct 19, 2012
Christmas, 2011, family pic.

Aunt Dolores,

You will be greatly missed! We were all very lucky to have known you. Your kindness and sense of humor were unrivaled. Rest in peace. Love you.


Posted by: Julie Raptis - Chesterfield, MI - Niece   Oct 19, 2012

May we continue to honor and respect all the lessons we have learned; acting as living symbols of a loving spirit. You are in our prayers.

Posted by: The Wujek-Calcaterra Family - Sterling Heights, MI   Oct 19, 2012

Art, Tom and Family,
So, so sorry to hear about the death of your mother, Dolores. She was a wonderful companion to my dad, Walter for many years. They had so much fun together. Dolores was always willing to help me with my Dad when needed. We spent many of my family birthdays and holidays together and spoke on the phone frequently. I'd like to think that Dolores, Stan, my Dad Walter and my Uncle Albert are somewhere playing cards together, having a few drinks and laughing at my dad's jokes. :) I miss her already.

Posted by: Christine Klisz - Chesterfield, MI - close friend   Oct 18, 2012

Just today Aunt Dolores has already produced the most beautiful sunrise and a full rainbow for all of us to enjoy! She was definitely the life of the party and will forever be remembered for being fun, frisky and fierce. You could joke around with her -- she was always willing to tell a story and have a few laughs -- but you also knew what was expected of you. A very important role model in my life.

Miss you Auntie Honey.

Posted by: Marylou Gasiorowski - waterford, MI - neice   Oct 18, 2012

Growing up, Auntie Dolores was my favorite Auntie out of the bunch.(sorry to the other Aunties) She always had a way about her to understand males, and help teach and mold boys to become great men...just look at both of her sons! She was always ready for a party....and threw great ones too. She would always be up early when my Grandfather and I went to go pick up Uncle Stash to head up north for the day. She would

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Posted by: Rob Cirillo - Wixom, MI - Nephew   Oct 18, 2012