Virginia Kolodziejczak

December 9, 1951October 25, 2020

Virginia Rose Kolodziejczak, age 68, passed away peacefully on Sunday, October 25, 2020. Beloved wife of 45 years to Donald Kolodziejczak; loving mother to Kate Kolodziejczak and Kelly Kolodziejczak; cherished grandmother "Momo" to Alexis Kolodziejczak; dear sister of the late Susan Young, Elaine Watt, Warren Young, Darlene Young, and Michael Young; loving aunt to Michael and Anthony Watt, Steven, Christine and Robb Young, Ian and Evan Young. Virginia was a devoted caretaker to many of her patients at Hope Children's Hospital. Her memory will be cherished by many other relatives, friends and those who knew and loved her.

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    Friday, October 30, 2020

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    Saturday, October 31, 2020

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    Saturday, October 31, 2020

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    Saturday, October 31, 2020

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Patricia McMahon-Gaichas

November 2, 2020

I AM SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS. I worked with Virg for many years, she was a sweet heart. She was so friendly with everyone. I will miss her, but my memories of her will forever be there. It is amazing all the years I worked with her and then it turned out she was working with my daughter and I was working with her daughter Kelly.

James Murphy

October 30, 2020

I have known Virg and Don since 1973. Good people! Virg was always so kindhearted and such a good person. I know she is in heaven for all the great things she brought to this world. She is with her loved ones in heaven now. I pray for Don now to make sure he will be OK and for Katie and Kelly and Alexis.

Linda and Wayne Renderman

October 30, 2020

Don and Family,
May the many happy memories you made together with Virge bring you comfort during this sorrowful time. We will always remember her beautiful smile and joyful laugh. She was truly a kind and compassionate woman and we will miss her and remember her with love.

Wayne & Linda Renderman

Gerilynn Russell

October 30, 2020

I still hear Virg laughter as it was infectious! Her beautiful funny stories! My husband loved it when she answered the phone at hope because they would joke and banter back and forth. She will remain one of the most loving caring individuals I have ever met. To work with her was a honor, her babies were her life. Her heart was open to all Always. You will be missed my beautiful Friend, the world has lost an Angel on earth, one who fought for all around her, always with grace and kindness.

Cindy Gainer

October 30, 2020

Mrs. K was truly a wonderful person, always so easy to talk to. She was the adult you could confide in, without judgment- just a listening ear.
She always let us hang out at the house and was always so calm- even when us teens were not. Always was fine with a sleepover, or letting us hang at the house or in the pool.
I loved her and am thankful for the years I knew her.
Prayers and love to Mr. K, Katie, Kelly and Alexis

Art Gabel

October 29, 2020

I grew up with Virg and her Family on Central Park.
She was a kind hearted person .
Always sweet and caring for others.
I am so sorry for your loss.
May she Rest In Peace.
I know she will be missed.

Christopher Smith

October 28, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. Virg was one of the kindest people I have ever known. She was always generous with a smile or a kind word. Our patients at Hope adored her and her ability to place an IV or draw blood painlessly and top it off with a healthy dose of TLC. She will surely be missed.

Kimberly Fields-Sierocki

October 28, 2020

I have known this family since I was 5 and grew up two blocks away Which is how Kelly and I became friends and Mom ,well she was always a mother to every child in the neighborhood always making sure we were not getting into to trouble lol . Over the years I would talk with her when I had a family of my own always made sure she was working when I had to take kids to the Hospital, just seeing her there put me at ease. She was a wonderful nurse and mother and will forever be missed. Thank you for being a second mother to me when my mother couldn’t. Always in our hearts

Linda Kraig

October 28, 2020

I lived a few doors away from Don and Virginia in the 70's and 80's. Our daughters were very close childhood friends. I am so sorry to learn of her passing.
I knew Virginia to be one of the kindest and most talented women I have ever known. Each year at this time, I always remember the amazing Halloween costumes she made for Katy and Kelly when our children were young. She took such pride in doing for her family.
My sincere condolences go out to Don, Katy, and Kelly.
Linda Skerrett Kraig

Debbie Garrity

October 28, 2020

I lived across the street from Virginia and her family on Central Park. She was such a sweet person and loved everyone she met. She loved her family and because she lost her Mom at an early age she took over the role of Mom. We also went to school together. Although we lost touch after high school, I often thought of her and her family. Rest In Peace Virg. You will be missed.

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