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June 16, 2019

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April 6, 2019
Aunt Irma was kind, smart, talented and brave. As one of the finest members of our Greatest Generation, her passing leaves a big gap in its fabric. My brother Frank let my sisters and me know Aunt Irma left us. Aunt Irma called him a few years ago to describe a touching and equally comic description of meeting her husband-to-be Uncle Stephen's parents for the first time--a meeting arranged by my father, Teddy Sosnovik. This charming story, shared among my sisters Genie, Carolyn and me, paid tribute to Aunt Irma's tolerance, patience and good humor. Here goes: No sooner did my father introduce Aunt Irma and seat her at the farm-house kitchen table than Grandma Mary and Grandpa John broke out in an unending stream of excited Polish that my father had no choice but to join. Aunt Irma, bewildered and soon forgotten, pulled herself together as we all know she could, and walked into the next room to witness my little sister Carolyn playing with her doll. Carolyn gave her a beaming smile and Aunt Irma was now in familiar territory. She spent an enjoyable time chatting and watching Carolyn play. Thank goodness the marriage proceeded and Aunt Irma and Uncle Stephen enjoyed many years together and created a beloved extended family of children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. I and my siblings will always be grateful to Aunt Irma for sharing this story because it brings back memories of Aunt Irma's kindness as well as our father's. Aunt Irma and Uncle Stephen retained an enduring love for our father Teddy. Aunt Irma mentioned him with affection when she spoke of him to our mother before our mother Helen's death and to our brother more recently. We appreciated this very much.
When my sister Carolyn read Aunt Irma's beautiful Obituary yesterday, she remembered the day Mom and she had to rush little brother Frank to Warren Hospital in a dense fog. Coming home driving became impossible and Aunt Irma's home became a welcome overnight refuge. Carolyn and Frank will always remember Aunt Irma's kindness.
For Aunt Irma's countless acts of kindness, wisdom and sharing, I and my sisters Genevieve Rogers, Carolyn Masar and brother Frank Sosnovik--Teddy and Helen Sosnovik's children--wish Aunt Irma safe and glorious passage to her next destination. We extend our sympathy to and hope for comfort for her family and friends.
Diana Barker
April 3, 2019
So sorry for your loss I always thought of her as second mother
April 3, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss I alway felt like she was a second mother to me
April 3, 2019
I remember Irma fondly when I worked nights at Warren Hospital. May she rest in peace. Prayers for the family
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