Lottie Passkiewicz

April 12, 1923June 25, 2018

Lottie (nee Butkiewicz) Passkiewicz, passed away peacefully after being surrounded by love on Sunday, June 25, 2018 at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital while under palliative care.

Lottie was born in Detroit on April 12, 1923 to a traditional Polish Catholic family, parents Adam and Mary (Sliwa) Butkiewicz. She married Raymond J. Passkiewicz on October 12, 1946 in Detroit. He preceded her in death on February 8, 1995. Lottie had four brothers and two sisters who preceded her in death, and is survived by her younger sister Helen.

Lottie worked several jobs during her early years, including Ford Motor Co. during World War One. Lottie gave birth to three children, one son and two daughters, who feel so blessed to have had her with them so long. She was the most fun and loving grandmother to her eight grandchildren; always finding new ways to make them laugh and have fun, especially the Christmas bags she came up with.

Lottie was a loving homemaker who loved to laugh, enjoyed life, reading paperback novels, and watching her favorite TV shows. She was a firm believer in God and Catholic Practices.

Per her wishes, there will be no visitation or services, and cremation rites will be accorded by Pixley Funeral Home. The family would like to send a special thank you to the hospital staff and the palliative group for all of the special care they provided to Lottie. She will be truly missed but never forgotten.


Lottie Passkiewicz

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Ro8 Loacano Gieraltowski

June 27, 2018

Dear Lois and family, I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of your beautiful mother. I remember her from so long ago at St. Christopher's. I'm sure you have many loving memories of her and I wish you nothing but love and those sweet memories to cherish. Love, Robin and family

Denise Glodzik-Ball

June 27, 2018

Renee & Family,
I am very sorry for the loss of your mother. I can remember as a young kid going to St. Christopher School walking to your house after school. I can remember your mom, and that she was a real nice, kind lady.
Although that was many years ago, your mom touched my life, and my heart feels sad, I know the pain that you are going through.
Your grade school friend,
Denise Glodzik-Ball

Patricia Mahon

June 27, 2018

I would see Lottie at the family reunions. You were so fortunate to be blessed with her for so many years. I am sorry for your loss.

Michelle Williamson

June 26, 2018

My Dear Cousins,
I am so sorry to hear of your loss. Aunt Lottie was one of the sweetest Ladies in our family. She always had a kind word for everyone. She was quite,soft spoken and had the most lovely smile. Such a loving person.
I know she will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

All my Love,

Darlene Schneider

June 26, 2018

Aunt Lottie is my godmother. I have fond memories as a child receiving gifts at Christmas. She sent me cards when I was in the hospital as a child. I remember an Easter basket one year that had purple grape charm suckers that were delicious.
Aunt Lottie and Uncle Ray came to my daughter Angela’s communion party. They danced to accordion music.
I visited with her at Goryca/Brooks family reunions and she always dressed so pretty. I loved her smiles and was so glad to visit with her a last time only a few weeks ago. My mom, Rita and Aunt Lottie held hands and we gave hugs and kisses. She said she wanted to be with Jesus. I am sure Jesus is holding Aunt Lottie in his arms. Hugs and love to the family.

Jim and Joan Fletcher

June 26, 2018

Lois and family, so very sorry to hear of Moms passing...she was a wonderful gal...Always enjoyed being with Dad and Mom.....will remember all of you in my prayers....God Bless All of you...Love Jim And Joan