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October 16, 2018

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December 23, 2017
Aunt Helen was such a sweet woman. Whenever my parents took us to see her and Uncle Harry, she always treated us kids to a cartful of goodies that she would roll out of her kitchen. I was charmed by her accent. We both shared a love of sewing and I was in awe of her creativity. Both Aunt Helen and Uncle Harry were there to share in many of the celebrations of my life-- from First Holy Communion, to graduations, to my wedding. They both will always hold a special place in my heart.
December 21, 2017
My Deepest condolences to the Family. I am so sorry to hear about grandmother Glazewski's passing. She was an excellent seamstress and i will be forever greatfull for the dress she sewed for me. She was a very sweet lady and I will cherish the memories I have of her.
November 5, 2017
Nous vous présentons nos sincères condoléances. Nous pensons bien à vous. Bon courage. Mline Jasinski-Rabski
October 29, 2017
My grandmother was one of the sweetest and most caring people I've ever known. Memories of her stir up a sense of emotion that I believe I inherited from her, emotion of empathy, kindness, and love.

I learned all I know about French and Polish cooking from the many hours I spent in the kitchen with her while my brother tinkered in the basement with our grandfather. I will always remember her inexact measurements for ingredients and the adjectives she used to use to describe my favourite dish, coq au vin. "Use a healthy amount of good red wine; this bordeaux will be very nice." Somehow I always knew that I could look forward to trips to the market and the time in the kitchen with grandmom because during those moments, nothing else mattered except what meal we would make together - whether it was my childhood favorite, tunafish on rye bread, or a robust and savoury thanksgiving dinner for our family.

When I was learning French in high school, I always loved coming to see her because she used to help me learn how to speak it properly. Every time I return to France, I still rely on her lessons and pointers when I order food or speak to others.

Her love was always a bright spot for me, because I knew how much she cared about all of us - and it is that love that helped me become the emotionally strong man that I am today. I miss her dearly, but she will always be with me in my heart.