October 28, 1911 ~ December 5, 2008
Rochester: Friday, December 5, 2008 at age 97. Predeceased by her husband, Robert V. Volz who died January 7, 1945 on the Navy Ship USS Palmer. Survived by her sister-in-law; several nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to attend her Funeral Service Saturday, December 13, 2008 at 10:30 in the Creation Chapel of Whitehaven Memorial Park. Interment to follow.
Aunt Jean is my Great Aunt, I have many memories, and the one that makes me laugh the most is when I was at my Grandma Zavacki’s house. Aunt Jean was sitting in the chair and I remember asking her how old she was and she told me ’29!’ I was dumb founded, I thought to my self she is a lot older than that! So I said something about it, and she told me. ‘Honey a women never tells her real age, I am 29 and will always be 29 no matter how old I get! Today when kids at my school ask me how old I am, I say 29 and always think of that story. I will miss you Aunt Jean!
Aunt Jean was my mother’s (Agnes) sister. We had some wonderful times either in the old Dutchtown neighborhood or at the farm in Webster. Our thoughts and prayers are with her.
I was saddened and shocked to learn of Aunt Jean’s passing. I am the youngest surviving nephew. I have many fond memories of our family gatherings in old Dutch Town and on Aunt Jean’s farm in Webster. Unfortunately I am unable to attend Saturday’s services. If contributions to a charity are being sought, please notify me. I will make a donation in Aunt Jean’s memory to Father Baker’s in Lackawanna. I am sure she is in heaven joining my Mom and her brothers and sisters. Dennis J. Michalski
Our thoughts are with the surviving relatives of Aunt Jean. I have many fond memories of the gatherings on the farm and in the city.
Please accept our sincere
sympathy for the loss of Jean .
We have had a few occasions to
enjoy her company .
To The Volz’s: My deepest condolences on the family loss. Gene has and will always hold a special place in my heart. I will cherish her words ‘Are you a big shot yet? ‘ throughout my life.
Wishing you peace and comfort knowing Gene lived life to its fullest.