Mitchell L. Zaworski

Joliet, Illinois

Guest Book

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I will miss seeing your smiling face, our numerous conversations, your kind words and deeds, being your favorite nurse, and most of all, your hugs!

to Mitch and Ginny's Family,

As my husband was, also, a driver for Heritage Library System, I, also had the honor of meeting your fantastic mom and dad! What role models were they. Because of our paths crossing in this earthly time your mom and dad brought back the love and joy to so many in this world. They endured so much yet always genuinely cared and were interested in all! I only knew them a short time but they made the world a better place for many! May God Bless You All!...

Mike, Karen, Linda and Dave,
Your Mom and Dad were two of the best Troy parents ever! And what a family they raised! Their legacy will now live on through all of you. Please accept my sincerest sympathy and deepest condolences. May your many fond memories of your time together be a source of strength for you.

Linda and Family, sorry for your loss.

Your father was a true gentleman. He always made me feel welcome at any family gathering. He will be missed. So sorry for your loss.

Sylvia Torres

Dear Karen & Pat,
Many thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this very difficult time.

Mike & Family:
Sorry to hear of the passing of your Dad and your Mom just months ago. I remember them fondly from our childhood. My parents also died just 10 months apart, my dad going second last September.
God's Blessings,
Kay (Belom) Joho

My deepest condolences to your family. Remembering fun times many years ago when Ginny and Mitch would stop in for dinner at Earl's.
My thoughts are with you.
Marcia Garrison

Although I didn't know know your loved one peronally, I felt that I knew him after reading his obituary. It was an awesome summary of his well lived life and very uplifting. I can tell that he was fun, witty, a joy to be around and loved by many. He made the world a better place.

Thank you for sharing his beautiful story


Mitchell's Obituary

Zaworski, Mitchell L. Mitchell died on Friday, June 21, the first day of summer, just 10 months after the death of his beloved wife Virginia. Known as Bubsy to his family; Mitch to his friends; and Dad/Pops/Papa/Grampa to his children and grandchildren, he was both a gentle man and a gentleman....

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