ALICE M. KURKOWSKI, nee Korzen, age 90

Written by Brust Funeral Home on August 29th, 2017

Kurkowski, AliceAlice Martha Kurkowski, nee Korzen, age 90, longtime resident of Lombard. Cherished wife for 65 years of the late Leonard. Loving mother of Ted (Linda) and Gregory (Michele). Devoted grandmother of Tiffany (Paul), James and Tim. Great-grandmother of Kaisa, Landon, and Paul. Dear aunt of Lydia (Jerry) Orzech and Stan Kurkowski. Great-aunt of Jeff, Kevin, Alexander, Derrick, Monica, Todd, and Tanya. Preceded by sisters, Mary (Edward) Anderson, Bernice (John) Kubish, Olag Korzen, and Genevieve (Stanley) Kurkowski; her brother Tadeisz Korzen, and her nephew, Norman Kubish.

Visitation will be held Friday, September 1, from 3-9 PM at Brust Funeral Home, 135 South Main Street, Lombard.

Funeral Mass Saturday, September 2 with prayers at 9:00 AM from Brust Funeral Home to Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Lombard, for 9:30 AM Mass.

Interment St. Michael Cemetery, Wheaton.

Memorials to American Heart Association, 3816 Paysphere Circle, Chicago, Illinois 60674 or Alzheimer’s Association, 8430 West Bryn Mawr, Suite 800, Chicago, Illinois 60631 appreciated.

Alice was born July 28, 1927.  She was a resident of Tabor Hills in Naperville and had been a resident of Lombard for 60 years.

Alice had celebrated 65 years of marriage with her late husband, Leonard.

Alice was known for keeping the family together and her culinary skills in hosting holiday celebrations.

We extend our profound gratitude to Linda Kurkowski for caring for Alice.  We also gratefully acknowledge the Orzech family for their devotion to Alice and Leonard over the years.

 

3 Comments so far ↓

  1. Jeff says:

    Literally the kindest, devout, most loving and decent person I’ve ever met in my life.

    Thank you for your love Aunt Alice

    Jeff

  2. David Anderson says:

    Alice was a cheerful, kind, generous person. Throughout her life, she stayed active and interested in current affairs. She was a wonderful neighbor who is greatly missed.

  3. David Anderson says:

    Alice was a cheerful, kind, generous person, a wonderful neighbor who is greatly missed.

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