OBITUARY

Aniela Babuszczak

June 23, 1923August 8, 2018
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Aniela "Anna" Babuszczak, nee Zubczukowska, died Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at Covenant Village in Broomfield. She was 95. The daughter of Pawel and Teodozia Zubczakowski, she was born June 23, 1923 in Rowno, Poland. She married Walter Babuszczak on October 20, 1945 in Gora Slaska, Poland. For several years, she worked as a housekeeper for the Tri Delta Sorority in Boulder after moving with her husband and two sons to Boulder in 1960. Mrs. Babuszczak had a great sense of humor. She enjoyed fishing with her husband, cooking and gardening. She especially enjoyed spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren. Survivors include her son Stan Babuszczak, her brother-in-law, Bill Fabing of Boulder, four grandchildren, Kimberly, Keith, Jana and Melissa, four great grandchildren, Blake, Cody, Cayden and Mikayla, nephew Andy Gontar, niece Janina Fabing Gotlin, several additional nieces and nephews and her dear neighbors. She was preceded in death by her husband, and son Henry Babuszczak. Visitation will be on Friday August 17, 2018 from 10am to 12pm at Crist Mortuary followed by interment at Green Mountain Cemetery.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Keith Babuszczak, Pallbearer
  • Dave Cordova, Pallbearer
  • Andy Gontar, Pallbearer
  • Tony Gontar, Pallbearer
  • Scott LeGreca, Pallbearer
  • Mike Romero, Pallbearer
  • 'Uncle Bill' Fabing, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Blake Hanes-Babuszczak, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Cayden Romero, Honorary Pallbearer
  • Cody Romero, Honorary Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Friday, August 17, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Jennifer + Kenneth Farmer

September 1, 2018

Ken and I live around the corner from where Anna lived. We got to know her about four years ago through a tree in her backyard: we saw this beautiful huge apple tree from the side walk and knocked on her door to see if she wanted the apples. She answered the door with a warm smile, invited us in, and we talked about apples. Every day she was slowly picking up the fallen apples one by one and putting them in a compost pile. This tree is a golden delicious apple tree that she purchased from the Sears Roebuck catalog in 1969, that is now over 50’ tall and has the best apples in Martin Acres. Though she could no longer eat the apples, she was excited that someone wanted them. During the time we spent with her she told stories of her life and family; her husband, children, grand and great grandchildren. We really enjoyed her laugh, sense of humor and these stories about her family. She was a pleasure to know and we will always remember her, her stories, and her apple tree.

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