OBITUARY

Ashley Elizabeth Dwornitski

November 12, 1984November 24, 2019

Ashley Elizabeth Dwornitski, of Marietta, GA, passed away on November 24, 2019. She was born in Trenton, New Jersey to Kathy and Anthony Dwornitski.

Ashley enjoyed watching the Philadelphia Eagles and loved going to Disney World. Most of all she enjoyed vacationing and spending time with her family. She will always be remembered as a loving and dedicated daughter, mother, sister, and friend.

Ashley leaves to cherish in her memory, parents, Kathleen and Anthony Dwornitski; son, Dylan Shelton; sister, Dana Kleiman and her husband Richard; grandmother, Betty csogi; grandfather, Anthony Dwornitski; nephews, Carter, James, Jackson; and furbaby Lucy.

The family will receive friends for a gathering at 12:30 pm at Winkenhofer Pine Ridge Funeral Home on Saturday, November 30, 2019, followed by a memorial service at 1:00 pm.

Services

  • Gathering Saturday, November 30, 2019
  • Memorial Service Saturday, November 30, 2019

Memories

Ashley Elizabeth Dwornitski

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Tony Dean

December 6, 2019

Ashley was the kindest and sweetest little girl that I’ve ever had the privilege of knowing. She and I met when I was at the lowest point in my life. She immediately befriended me and offered words of encouragement and support and gave me hope at a time when it felt as though there was none left. She was a source of strength for me and refused to let me give up on myself regardless of my situation. When I was faced with a seemingly impossible dilemma, Ashley rose to the occasion without hesitation. She saved my life that day and I knew then that she was an Angel sent from Heaven. She reminded me so much of my own late wife and I cherished our friendship, therefore I am devastated by her loss. Her young son, Dylan(her Little Man she called him) was her pride and joy and her source of inspiration. She loved him beyond all measure (she told me often)and my heart breaks for him. I will never forget little Miss Ashley D as long as I live and I can only pray that I might honor her memory through my actions and by showing others the same compassion that she expressed for me. Goodbye, Sweet Girl.

Jenny Bond

December 4, 2019

Death leaves a heartache no one can heal.
Love leaves a memory no one can steal.

I am completely heartbroken. I am going to miss you so much! I always looked forward to you making fun of everyone when you came up for visits. You never failed to make me laugh or smile. You left a hole in our hearts when you left us. I hope you knew how much I loved you. Rest in Peace my lil McNugget.


Love
-Jenny

Amanda Cain

December 1, 2019

You were always so kind and optimistic. Such a sweet person. Praying for your son and loved ones.

Linda Jenkins

December 1, 2019

Ashley was a great person and she has a great heart and she helped me out when i needed help. She was always happy and never wanted to talk about what is bothering her and she wanted to help out and she would give you the shirt off her back if she could. She was always happy. She will be missed by alot people in her life. She was the one who always makes me smile when I was having a bad day. She always put her family and friends first before her.

Stevie & Joyce Richardson

November 30, 2019

To live is Christ ,to die is a gain,she has gain ,no more worries,trouble, trials, diappointments,she has gain.
We are praying that God strength will be upon yall
God Bless!
From :The Richardson's Family

Kathy Dwornitski

November 30, 2019

My Beautiful Baby Ashley,
There are no words that can express how much I love you. I loved you the first moment that I saw you and held you and for the rest of my life. You had a beautiful soul. You were funny and witty and always made me smile. You touched and helped so many people. I knew from the moment that I saw you that you would do great things. The biggest of them all is your son Dylan. He is by far the best thing that you did. He has your sweet kind soul and has your sense of humor and his intelligence. Know that I will be forever grateful that I was your mama. I love you yo the moon and back. Until I see you again,,,. Mommy

Renee Newell

November 30, 2019

I was a volunteer at the thrift store where Ashley worked when I first met that pink~suede booted, spitfire of a gal.
Ashley’s smile would warm any room she entered. Her quick wit and sassiness would always allow her the final word when joking with her fellow workers! She made things fun!
These are the things I know from my conversations with Ashley....she fiercely loved her son and all of her family. She had the biggest heart. She was adored by many. She had a personal relationship with the Lord. You will be missed, sweet one...now rest.❤️

Cordula &Hannes Koepke

November 28, 2019

There are moments in life in which you think that the earth stops turning and the sun will never shine again. In such moments words cannot express your feelings. What remains are loving memories. May Ashley find peace on the other side of the rainbow!
We wish her family a lot of strength for these difficult times.

Tony Dwornitski

November 28, 2019

My Ashley, words cannot express how I feel right now. I miss you so much. I feel a huge void in my life.

You have always owned my heart. You will always be the little girl riding on my shoulders.
Daddy’s little girl always thought your daddy could do anything, if I could only turn back the clock........if

Allison Csogi

November 28, 2019

To my beautiful cousin Ashley, you were always such a kind soul and an amazing person; a bright light in a dark room. You carried joy and love with you where ever you went. Your selfless unconditional love for others was just one of the things I admired about you. You inspired me to get sober and helped countless others by showing us your journey. You were the sister I never had. I love you so much and I cannot believe this nightmare is reality. May you finally be at peace.

FROM THE FAMILY