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Mildred (Milly) Mrochinski Obituary
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March 21, 2018
Words can not express my great feelings of loss
of my younger sister. We were four sisters and one brother. Only I remain, and it is difficult to converse in Polish, as we all did as kids, because there is no one to talk to in Polish now. Milly loved her basketball team, glad they always seemed to win, I rarely rubbed it in if they lost. She lived far away from my home in Milwaukee, but many phone calls helped to keep her close and as sisters there was plenty to talk about. I moved closer when my husband Jim retired, but it was not the same. My brother, Edwin, called us both regularly in the later years to share events of family here. And he too passed away. I miss talking to her, and think of days when we were younger. Although I am the last of the clan, I have strong support from niece and nephews. That helps keep me going. Millie I love you. and miss you terribly. I will be toasting you, with lots of love, in Polish. Always, Dolly (gh)
March 14, 2018
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