January 8, 1931 – November 7, 2019
Eugenia Sabadaszka, 89 of Rolling Meadows was born January 8, 1930 in Ukraine to Mychajlo and Lidia (Yarochenko) Lachiw and passed away November 7, 2019. Eugenia was the beloved wife of the late Nestor Sabadaszka; loving mother of Mika J. (late David) Vondra and the late Volodymyr (Annie) Sabadaszka and Roman (Marilyn) Sabadaszka; cherished grandmother of Michael, Nicholas and Nicole; dear sister of Luda (late George) Erdelji and the late Ark (late Maria) Lachiw and Nina (late Robert) Sutor and fond aunt of many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be Monday, November 11, 2019 from 4-8 PM at Lauterburg & Oehler Funeral Home, 2000 E. Northwest Highway, Arlington Heights where Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, November 12 at 10:00 AM. Interment will follow at St. Nicholas Ukranian Catholic Cemetery in Chicago. In lieu of flowers, contributions to Immaculate Conception Ukranian Byzantine Church Building Fund, 755 S. Benton Street, Palatine, IL 60067 appreciated.
- Visitation Monday, November 11, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, November 12, 2019
- Interment Tuesday, November 12, 2019
November 9, 2019
The hardest thing I ever did was letting you go. I knew you wanted to go because you told me Monday it was time for you to go. You always said that God wasn’t ready to take you because you were not done with your checklist. You needed to make sure everyone was going to be ok. You worried so much about Michael and Nicholas because their jobs were contracts. When they told you they got the jobs, you rejoiced and said now they will be ok. That was the last item on your list. You were ready to go.
There was someone who has been waiting for you seen November 16, 1995, your husband, my father, my Tatu, Nestor. He came on Thursday with his arms wide open. You opened your eyes and with a big smile you went into his arms and left this world to be in the next with God, Tatu, your sons, and all your loved ones.
I will never forget you and never stop thanking you for your love and your help with the hardest time of my life. You were always at my side to hold me in your arms as I cried. I will hold dear in my heart all the silly, joking, and trouble we got into just to be goofy and laugh. Even at the end I joked around and you smiled.
Thank you for being the best mother and best friend. I will miss you until we meet again. Love you forever, Mama ❤️😘❤️