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Paulene Mary "Babcia" (Zaveson) Juszczak

1923 - 2014 Obituary Condolences
Paulene Mary "Babcia" (Zaveson) Juszczak Obituary
PAULENE "BABCIA" MARY JUSZCZAK (ZAVESON) Age 91, passed away on May 28, 2014. She was born on January 16, 1923 in Akron, OH, the 7th child of 10 to Cecelia and Paul Zaveson of Hungary. She attended South High School then worked at Firestone. When WW11 broke out she served in the Navy as Yeoman 2nd Class and served in Maui Hawaii from June 1943 until February 1946. She returned to Ohio where she met Thaddeus L Juszczak, also in the Navy who she married on November 16, 1946. After moves to Texas and Colorado, they settled in Orange, CA. After retiring from Rockwell, Paulene, known as Babcia and Ted, known as Dzia Dzia, moved to Sun City, CA. After Dzia Dzias death she lIved to Hemet CA where she was very active in St. Anthony's Catholic Church, volunteering in the office, member of the Altar and Rosary Society and Catholic Daughters. She was also a member of the local chapter of Women Veterans. Spending time and helping with her grand and great grand kids brought the most joy to Babcia. She will be missed by all. She was preceded in death by her husband of 41 years Thaddeus Ladislaus Sr. and her son Patrick Michael. She is survived by sons Thaddeus Ladislaus Jr, Felix Paul, Andrew August, Christopher Steven, Matthew Francis, Simon Peter and daughters Cecelia Mary and Theresa Ann and 14 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. Viewing & Rosary will be at Miller-Jones Mortuary in San Jacinto on Wed, June 4 with viewing from 4-8pm and Rosary at 6pm. Funeral Mass will be at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in San Jacinto on Thurs., June 5 at 10:30am with military burial at Riverside National Cemetery at 1:01pm.

Published in Press-Enterprise on June 1, 2014
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