Gertrude
Greece: Saturday, September 29, 2007. Predeceased by her husband, Charles Sufleski. Survived by her son, Ken(Pam)Sufleski; daughter, Karen(Martin)Schneider; sister, Lillian Bolalek; several nieces and nephews; special friends. No prior calling. Her Memorial Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, 9:00AM at St. Mark;s Church. Interment held at the convenience of the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Lung Association in her memory.

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  1. Dear Karen,Janice,Lillian and the rest of the Sufleski family,
    It was my pleasure providing service for you in your time of need.I will not forget those few Thursday nights I spent with Gert and Lillian playing cards I really enjoyed it. Gert is a great women who I am glad I had the chance of getting to know. May she rest in peace.I will be thinking of you all in your time of sorrow. Susan Rybarik

  2. Karen, and all of Gertrude’s family. My sympathy goes out to all of you. I really enjoyed being with Gertrude and learning how to play king’s corner (a card game) and being with her as she watched her favorite tv show. I wasn’t with her very long but she was a lot of fun and I truly miss her. May God bless you Gertrude and may you rest in peace.

  3. Karen, I’ll always remember how nice your mom was to me when we were teenagers, she tried to get me to eat clams, it didn’t work….but we shared a laugh.

    Your in my thoughts, Marie

  4. Sufleski family
    I will always remember Gert and the fun times that we shared….She was certainly a lady…she will forever be in my memory….your family is in my thoughts and prayers…..Alice Maloney

  5. To the family of Gertrude Sufleski,I just want you to know how deeply Gert will be missed. She became a very special person in my life. I remember the times we would laugh watching Everybody Loves Raymond she really liked that show also Lawence Welk show we would watch it every Saturday night. She was a wonderful Lady.I was her companion while she was still home and also at the nursing home. So we spent alot of time together and I became to know her really well. She will always be in my heart. But now her time here on Earth is over and all her pain and suffering are gone. She is home with the love of her life her husband. So thay are now looking down on her son and daughter and watching over them.Gertrude my you rest in peace now that you are home in Heaven with are Lord. You will always be remenbered and always in my heart. To Karne and Kenny may God be with you in this time of sorrow and pain. Remember she is now one of God’s angels watching over you both. She will always be in your heart and you will always remember the good times you shared. You were a Great lady. May You Rest In Peace Paula

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