Janet E. Marczak

Wallingford, Connecticut

Age 89


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Janet E. (Holuba) Marczak, 89, of Wallingford, was called Safely Home by the Lord on Saturday, Sept. 1, 2018. She passed away peacefully with her family by her side at The Meriden Center in Meriden.Janet was born on May 1, 1929 in Kalinowka, Poland, the daughter of the late Bronislaw and Lucy...

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The memories I have of Janet are mostly from my childhood years and are very special. She was such a strong presence and so caring and nurturing. From taking care of her family to her love of gardening to hosting family events to cooking amazing meals. She always said it like it was and I loved that about her. My parents Lou and Karen Berckmoes and my sister Kari and I always enjoyed family time together. I will always cherish the memories.

To Chris and the whole family,
Marcia and I share your sorrow over the loss of Janet. I remember as a child, Janet would stop by and pick up Penny and myself in the summer to take us to the beach with you and Henio. Even as an adult, she gave us our wedding in her yard with the garden in bloom and all the food she herself cooked. Being my godmother, she wanted our wedding to be special for us.
We'll miss stopping by her house and visiting with her whenever we came home to visit...

To the Marczak/Holuba Family,
Gerry Corriveau (life long friend of Barbara Holuba) would like to extend her heartfelt condolences to all the family and is very grateful to have experienced Janet's thoughtful graciousness in being included at so many parties or picnics she hosted for Barbara & Stanley's life milestones. God bless you all.

My fondest memory of aunt janet would be everytime you came over to her house hungry or not she would always pull food out of her fridge to make sure you ate something. I would always feel guilty if i did not eat anything because she always said i was too skinny. Love you aunt janet,felicia

Janet was always a warm, kind, and dear friend to my mom Sophie. My Mom spent many happy hours visiting with Janet at her house and in her beautifully kept garden. The garden always radiated a sense of peace and tranquility. On behalf of my mom and our entire family, I want to say - Janet you will always be in our hearts. We know that Heaven's garden will bloom brighter now that you are there to care for it.

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Having Janet as my aunt for 60+ years has been a blessing beyond words. She shared her love for life and all her life's experiences with everyone she knew in a caring and nurturing way. She was the epitome of what a true matriarch is. She modeled the strength that I have learned to use in my life.
As a result, I am grateful for all of Janet's relationships as they all helped to mold her into the special person she was. I hope that everyone who was part of Janet's...

Dear Babci,
I miss you. I waved to you in the clouds today. Mommy tells me you have a big gold halo, and pink wings. Your favorite color is blue- I wore that to school today, just for you. I love you so much. Love, your great grandson Max

To all the Marczak/Holuba Family,
We miss each of you along with Janet because of those famous "family picnics" she had. There's also a few of her dishes that'll be missed by us all. Here's hoping we can get together and have a few more in her honor.
Scott & Annette Holuba

Condolences to Chris,Henry and the Holuba families Janet may you rest in peace You were also a good neighbor and friend to the Slie's for many years Chris my heart goes out to you May God give you strength in this most difficult time The Slies Joanne,Debra,Lucy,Donna Susan,Chuck,Tucker