Martha Ann Czarnyszka

Milwaukee, Wisconsin


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Czarnyszka, Sr. Martha Ann, OSF Born to Eternal Life Saturday, May 21, 2011, at age 78. Survivors include the Sisters of St. Francis of Assisi, with whom she shared Life for 64 years, her sister Rose Marie Pfeifer, and sister-in-law Joan Czarnyszka. Martha Ann worked at St. John's School for the...

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I worked with Sister Martha for a few years at Milwaukee Sign Language School. She was an inspiration to me. I was a "new" interpreter and she was always very supportive, I will miss her.
Mary Wiegers (Milwaukee, WI)

Sister Martha Ann was a very loving person. We enjoyed her company. God Bless you Sister, rest in peace.

Tom, Betty, Andy & Ali Zainer

Auntie Sister is my Auntie, I remember when she would come to Niles Mi. to visit her sister. Which is my Grandma Key. I have so many fond memories of her visits. If there ever was an angle on earth she is my Auntie Sister. I will miss her with all my heart. I love you Auntie Sister. Little Kenny Key.

"Auntie Sister" as I called her, was a big part of our family. When my Dad, (Joe Kosinski) passed on, she came to live with my Mom, her sister Alice. They loved each other dearly, and lived together for many years watching over each other and sharing memories and seeing each other through both good and rough times. After my Mom passed on, my family had her to all holidays and family occasions. She told me how much she appreciated those special times with us and always felt needed...

"Auntie Sister" as I dearly named her, was special to us. There are so
many memories, too many to share.
She lived with my Mom, her sister Alice, for many years, and they were
very close and loved each other dearly. They watched out for each other and now are together again.
After my Mom passed on, my family still had her for all the holidays and family celebrations. She always comented that she was so happy
that we always had a place for her and included...

I had only met "Auntie Sister" a few times but she was so special. She was the life of the party and really enjoyed her family. May God bless Auntie Sister.

Sister Martha Ann was always so dear to us. She taught Peggy how to do the alphabet in sign language when Peggy was a young child. She will remain fondly in our hearts. God Bless Sister Martha Ann.

We will always remember Sr. Martha Ann as a dear relative and as a very kind and caring person.

Dave, June and Cheryl Klein

St Martha Ann, Sr Claude, and Freddie Butterfield