Anastasia "Ann" (Osmulski) Siwy

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ANASTASIA SIWY (NEE OSMULSKI) HAMMOND, IN Anastasia "Ann" Siwy (nee Osmulski), age 94, of Hammond, passed away Sunday, July 10, 2011. She is survived by those who cherish her memory: her daughter, Dolores Siwy of Calumet City, IL; sons: Ronald (Bari Lynne) Siwy of Hobart, IN, and Charles (Kathy) Siwy of Syracuse, IN; four grandsons: Patrick (Angela) Siwy of Topeka, KS, Jacob (fiancee Coraya) Siwy of Goshen, IN, Adam (Peter) Siwy of Carmel, IN, Michael (Veronica) Siwy of Hebron, IN; "special grandson", Inta (Kenna); sister, Marge (late Robert) Ostrander; brother, Leo (Joan) Kalemba; brother-in- law, Stephen Pasztor, sister- in-law, Marie Kalemba; and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by her father, Vincent Osmulski; parents: Bernice and Joseph Kalemba; husband, Walter Siwy; brothers: Edward Osmulski, Cas (late Lillian) Osmulski, Theodore (late Julie) Osmulski, Alex Kalemba, Sister Jean Small, Lottie Koselke, and Josephine Pasztor; brothers-in-law: John (Virginia) Siwy, Stanley (Wanda) Siwy, and Joe (Ann) Siwy; sisters- in-law: Helen Davis, Cecelia Siwy, and Mary Pieszchala. Funeral services will be held Thursday, July 14, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. at the Lesniak Funeral Home, 4918 Magoun Ave., East Chicago, IN and a 10:00 a.m. Mass at St. Stanislaus Church with Msgr. John J. Siekierski officiating. Burial at Holy Cross Cemetery, Calumet City, IL. Friends may call at the Lesniak Funeral Home for visitation on Wednesday from 3:00-8:00 p.m. Rosary service 3:00 p.m. Ann was a lifelong resident of Hammond, IN. She was a member of the Ladies Rosary Sodality Rose No. 5 of St. Stanislaus Church, Polish Women's Alliance Group 408, Happy Timers, Independent Order of Foresters, Carmelite Society of Munster, and Ladies Auxiliary of American Legion Post 369. Ann was a kind and giving person and gave joy to many. She was a good cook and her kitchen was open to all as was her heart. She will be dearly missed. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Share Foundation would be appreciated.

Published in The Times from July 12 to July 13, 2011
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