To Krissy, Michael and Mrs. Romaszka we send our deepest sympathies and love in this time of sorrow. Our fond memories of Uncle Mike, his happy smile and warm way, will stay with us always.
"Mr. Romaska" (as I called him when Mike Jr. and I first met at age 9 on our first travel soccer team) was a second father to me for a large part of my childhood. He was strict, but always w/ the best of intentions- anyone that knows him is well aware he had a heart of gold. I still remember Mr R- despite his best efforts- not being able to hide a smile while lecturing Mike Jr. and I for "acting out line" (getting caught playing mailbox baseball may be the lone exception).
Mr. Romaska, rest in piece- you will not be forgotten.
to krissy and family
wishing you my deepest condolences at the death of mike
may god bless and keep you always
with love, your brother, reverend edward george gaweda
home phone # 212 - 688 - 7357
My fondest memories of "Uncle Mike" was he always had a smile and a good sense of humor. Thank you for posting the photographs... they brought a smile to my face. My prayer this day is that Krissy and Michael have peace during this difficult time. My deepest condolences go out to them and their extended family.
Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Bob and Jan Lenehan
Our thoughts & prayers are with Mrs. Romaska, Krissie, Michael and their families . We will always remember Uncle Mike with fond memories.
May your special memories of Mike make you smile. We will remember Thanksgiving dinner with him and your family. Love and prayers to you all.
Sending love to you and your family