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Anne Kwasnik

Anne Kwasnik (Wasek)

Tuesday, September 25th, 1923 - Monday, March 1st, 2021
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KWASNIK, Anne (nee Wasek), age 97, of Garfield, died on March 1, 2021. Born and raised in Lodi for 39 years, she lived in Elmwood Park 34 years settling in Garfield 24 years ago. She worked as a production control clerk 18 years with Finkel Outdoor Products in Garfield retiring in 1987. In her retirement, she volunteered her time and talents knitting and crocheting blankets and hats for newborn babies at local hospitals and lap blankets for those in wheelchairs. Anne was an avid reader, spending a lot of her time at the Garfield Library. She enjoyed baking for family & friends and making Pierogis and Golumpki for Christmas dinner. Anne is survived by two loving sons, John and wife Alison, and Jim and wife Jean, a daughter-in-law, Barbara Kwasnik-Moran, two beloved grandchildren, Bryan and wife Bridgette Frank and Kaitlyn and husband Jeff Gray. She is predeceased by her son, Robert in 1986, and her siblings, Marion and Henry Wasek and Jean Piekarz. The Memorial Mass will be at 1 pm on Saturday, April 17, 2021 at St. Francis de Sales RC Church, Lodi. In lieu of flowers please send a donation to a charity of your choice in her honor. The Kwasnik family is in the care of the Aloia Funeral Home, 180 Harrison Ave., Garfield (973-340-7077). Condolences/Directions visit aloiafuneral.com
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    Saturday, April 17th, 2021 | 1:00pm
    Saturday, April 17th, 2021 1:00pm
    St. Francis de Sales R.C. Church, Lodi
    125 Union Street
    LODI, NJ 07644
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Li & Mena

Posted at 09:34pm
Wishing your family peace to bring comfort, courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your hearts.

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Kaitlyn Posted at 01:04pm

Thank you, love you ❤️

Michael Moran

Posted at 02:01pm
Anne was a very special person who welcomeed me and my family into her life, making crocheted toys for my baby grandson and always making fantastic treats at Christmas. She had a joy for life that is unsurpased and made a room come alive! I and my family will dearly miss her.

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Rudy & Marilyn Saltzmann

Posted at 01:30pm
We are deeply saddened of our aunt Anne's passing. Although we have not been able to visit with her in recent years we sure have and will miss her jocularity, great food, the Plum Pierogi's and pastries she used to make and ALWAYS with her great personality. We will miss her and keep her along with your family in our prayers. Pleasant journey Anne! Marilyn & Rudy Saltzmann

John Kwasnik

Posted at 10:23pm
Let's go back to the early 1970s. The era of pop psych, "What Color Is Your Parachute?", and finding yourself. In this head-space, I asked Mom what she really wanted to do with her life. What creative endeavors, etc. etc. She answered that her goals were to raise up her 3 kids as good people, to the best of her ability. At the time, it made me sad that she would set such limits for herself, because she was quite a talented graphic artist, seamstress, and maker of things.

Now, some 50 years since, I see that she nailed the essence. Evolutionary biology: individuals raise a new generation to carry on. I can't speak for myself, but I think she was wildly successful with my brothers Bob and Jim. And she had a lot of fun with the other stuff along the way.

Thanks, Mom. Gracias a la Vida.


Dan kwasnik

Posted at 01:34pm
Growing up with my best friend Bob, I remember the hot summer days i would peddle my bike the 1/2 mile from my Kwasnik house to my 'second' Kwasnik family. Some days it would be baseball at the Mosquito jungle field or dips in your family' pool. My second mom would always have lemonade and cookies for a couple of hungry young mouths. She was always smiling and happy go lucky. When she and my mom.got together there were always lots of laughs. I guess it was destiny they both lived to same ripe old age of 97. I'm sure Anne will be missed in life but always be with you in spirit .

Kaitlyn Posted at 09:16pm

Thank you for sharing. It is nice to hear stories of gram that I haven’t heard before. She always loved to talk about good times at that house and by the pool.

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