Jean-Marusiak-Obituary

Jean A. Marusiak

Redfield, New York

Dec 2, 1935 – Apr 27, 2014

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Foster-Hax Funeral Home - Pulaski Obituary

Jean A. Marusiak, age 78, resident of Redfield since 1994, formerly of Lima, NY, passed away Sunday at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Syracuse. Jean was born December 2, 1935 in Rochester, the daughter of Henry and Genevieve Makowiecki Figler. She graduated from...

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It will be a Year on Monday and you are always in my heart. Miss you a lot I still see Dan and Dutchess. So thankful for them but I wish it was all three of you.God Bless Love Ya Nancy

I WAS SO SORRY TO HEAR OF AUNT JEANS PASSING SHE WAS AN AMZAING AUNT AND WILL BE MISSED ALOT. MY PRAYERS GO OUR TO MY UNCLE DONALD AND ALL MY COUSINS AND THERE FAMILIES.

Mom you are missed so much already. We know how much you would have loved to see your grandchildren playing together these last couple days. We love you always.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

Aunt Jean wii always be remembered with a smile. What a wonderful Aunt! She will be missed. Our love and sympathy to All the family.

You will always be cousin Jeannie to me. Even though we lost contact after our fathers passed, we finally met up after years and years. I was so glad to talk to you and when you asked me to pray for you, I prayed every day. I pray for your family, that they have the strength to bear your loss. I wish I could have met the rest of your family. You are not suffering anymore. Rest in peace cousin.

We are so sorry for your loss. Prayers and blessing to all of you.
Scott & Feliz

Jean, You fought a long hard battle. Rest in peace my sister. YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE IN OUR PRAYERS.

Don, Dan, Ann & family... I am so sorry for your loss. I have many happy memories of high school days spent at your house. Jean always had a smile on her face and invited us in with open arms. Now, as a mom of teens myself, I realize how kind and generous her nature really was to open her door and her heart to a group of teenagers with no warning who would generally always overstay their welcome. :) Earth's loss is definitely Heaven's gain. God bless and comfort you all.