Olga L. Grzesiek
November 16, 1918 - February 19, 2011
Olga L. Grzesiek, a resident of West Bloomfield, formerly of Redford Township, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on Saturday, February 19, 2011. She was 92.
Olga was preceded in death by her beloved husband, Louis.
She is survived by her loving children, Louis (Mary) Grzesiek, Judith (James) Reiter, Mark (Nancy) Grzesiek and Michael (Christine) Grzesiek; cherished grandchildren, Lisa (Landing) Mané, Matthew Feiler, Eric (Mary Christian) Feiler, Ariana (Jeffery) Hines, Lindsay Grzesiek, Hallie Grzesiek; great gandchildren, Mansour and Hanna Mané, Jack, Hank and Cecily Jane Feiler, Michael and Mirabelle Hines; Max and West Feiler; sisters, Elsie Gramzow, Julia Brabenec, Mary Jane Foltting; Elizabeth (Donald) Kole; brother-in-law, Albert Kienitz; several nieces, nephews, extended family and dear friends.
In addition to her husband, Olga was preceded in death by her brother, Emil Foltting; sisters, Ruth Sauer and Ethel Kienitz.
Memorial Service arrangements are pending. For further information please phone Lynch & Sons Funeral Directors in Milford at 248-684-6645.
|Dear Mark & Nancy: Losing a parent is a difficult process, however, you know that she is now back with your father and both are in the hands of God.
May God Bless|
Jerry & Karen
|Mark and Nancy - my sincere condolences to you. It is never easy to lose a parent. The consolation is she lived a long lovely life. God bless you and your family.|
Mary & Randy Blome
|Mark and Nancy,
Please accept our sincere condolences, knowing that your mother and you are in the thoughts and prayers of your many friends.|
Don & Nancy Dignan
|Dear Tito Lou and Grzesiek family, in behalf of Diosdado Beltran and his family, please accept our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers to the family. May she rest in peace. |
|Mark and Nancy, Our sincere condolences on the passing of your mother. Its never easy to lose a family member. God Blessed your family having her for 92 years. May she rest in peace in the hands of our Lord. |
Bo and Judy Bastianelli
|Lou, Mary and Grzesiek family, we are so very sorry about the loss of your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you.|
Mike & Debbie Gyure
|I am so sorry to hear about Olga! Ohhh how I have been missing her, thank you so much for letting us be a part of her life, she made a great impact on alot of us at Riverside/Prestige, but I grew very fond and close to Olga there wasn't anything I would not do for her. Every time I get Taco Bell I think of Olga... I miss her very much, but happy for her that she is at peace also! Take care of yourselves and thank you again for letting Olga be a small part of my life with a big impact! |
|Mark and Family, we are so sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you|
Andrea Fata and Family
|Mark, Very sorry to hear about your loss. Keeping you in my thoughts. |
|I was saddened to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you.|
|Dear Popo (Judith),
We are so sorry for your loss. We love and miss you so much. You are in our thoughts and hearts always.
Love and prayers,
Max & West|
|Lou, We are saddened to hear of your mothers passing. We know how much you will miss your long weekend phone conversations with her.|
Lisa and Larry Stratton
|I am sad to hear about the recent passing of Aunt Olga but glad that all you siblings, spouses and some of the grands could be there to support her and each other. It is always a traumatic thing to loose one's mother and heartfelt sympathy and love go out to all of you.
My memories of Aunt Olga are many and fond. Since I spent so much time with you, Judy, in our preteen and teen years traveling in the camper and spending time at the State Park and at our house and your on Elba, I felt warmly accepted as almost part of your family. Aunt Olga was nothing but gracious and loving towards me and I admired her cooking skills and the other homey talents she was so competent in performing. Her home decorating and especially her gardening talents were outstanding. She went at everything that she did with such a passionate ferver and amazed many. I remember when she was in a knitting mode and we were all there for a graduation party or some other event and it turned cold and she pulled out her hand knitted sweaters to warm one and all!
The best attribute to me was the way she seemed to treat us as adults and have conversations that included me that I could never have with my own mother. I envied greatly what seemed to be a great mother/daughter relationship she had with you, Judy. You, of course have your own memories, but these are mine and I saw there something that was missing at my house and gained a lot from my Aunt's love and warmth. Some of my greatest memories are the days and weeks spent traveling, opening my world to experiences that really enriched my life. Those really were the days!
Life goes on, and we are now the "older" generation. Enjoy each and every day you have left and stay healthy and happy and remember the happy times and the positive things. |
|We are sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. She was a strong woman and a fighter, and we have nothing but admiration for her and
her final decisions. We are comforted to know she was with her family and that you were able to be there for her in her final passage. We
send you all our love at this time. We look forward to the plans for her memorial on Drummond where we can honor her in person with all of
|Judith and family,
We will be with you all in spirit and prayer this afternoon for Olga's open house and reception. It will be good to have family
and friends present. We hope that we will be able to make the memorial this summer.
GOD BLESS you all,
|I spoke with my mother Elsie tonight, and she shared the news of Aunt Olga's passing.
Our sympathy to each of you.
Mom mentioned that Olga died on Emil and Olga's wedding anniversary, Feb. 19.
Did you all realize that? I thought it was, well, amazing....
Comfort to you all,|
Mary (Gramzow) Phifer
|Lou, Judith, Mark and Mike...my thoughts and prayers are with you. For over two decades your mother carried the baton for the Foltting family. She did so with great dignity; giving us an example to carry it forward.
"Our death is not an end if we can live on in our children and the younger generation. For they are us, our bodies are only wilted leaves on the tree of life."
Albert Einstein |
|Louis, Judith, mark and Mike:
I think that your mother was very brave ... she was a "stary vojnak" ...."old soldier"... I called her that the last time that I saw her in November. She had so many talents and such tenatiousness...I never knew her to just drop something and go on...no..not Olga...she had to tackle it (right or wrong) and sometimes create issues with those on the receiving end....but I loved and admired her and she leaves an empty spot in my life.|