OBITUARY

Theresa Szubartowski

September 29, 1920May 7, 2020

Theresa Szubartowski was born on September 29, 1920 in Marinette, Wisconsin and passed away on May 7, 2020 in St. Petersburg, Florida and is under the care of Serenity Funeral Home.

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Laurie Poeppelman

May 16, 2020

I am Laurie Poeppelman , Joe Dlugopolski's daughter. My father was Theresa's youngest brother. My husband Gary and our son, Jake and I have many fond memories of Aunt Theresa. One of our favorites is when we traveled from Ohio to the Sarasota area for one of Jake's high school baseball tournaments. We made certain to find time to visit Aunt Theresa! On our last visit about 5 years ago, she insisted we go to lunch at 10:30 am at one of her favorite places--The Angry Pepper! We were the only ones in the restaurant. We had so many laughs and the food was just fabulous! We are so glad we got to spend this time with her. Jake really enjoyed her many stories! We went back to her house and helped pick oranges! She insisted we take some back to Ohio to share with our family and friends! What a treat that was! She was full of life! Her spirit will live on. She will be dearly missed.

Davi Liegeois

May 15, 2020

My mom Ann (Theresa's sister) w Theresa and Mitch. Biggest smiles around. Always making us laugh!

David Liegeois

May 15, 2020

The attached picture was a memory I will never forget. Was back in 1998. Visited Theresa house in Florida for the first time. Went with my wife Lorna and a bunch of Liegeois family. Boy did we have a good time. Theresa show'ed us all her saving tricks. I think we ate for free. Ha! We had so much fun at the pool. Theresa just loved the company. She always loved everyone and made us feel so welcome.

David Liegeois

May 15, 2020

So many great memories. We will certainly miss Aunt Theresa. As brother John mentioned, Theresa and Mitch were a big part of our childhood. Loved it when they would visit us in Marinette. They would bring balls, toys goodies. And going to Chicago was a big event. I will never forget the home travel movies. Was fun to gather around and watch together. Theresa has seen the world for sure. Something I may only dream of. I was always impressed by those big Marlin and somehow still have a picture from Acapulco, Mexico 1966

Robert Dlugopolski

May 15, 2020

This is Robert Dlugopolski, Theresa's nephew. Theresa's brother Joe is my father. My memories of Aunt Theresa were her fun and festive smile and positive energy every time she walked into the room. We played card games at Dad's cabin in Michigan, shared stories and she listened patiently while the boys talked about fishing tales. I remember the deep love between Theresa, Gen, and Ann and how they enjoyed to travel and spend time together. Photo from 1992 with my father Joe & mother June and the three sisters. You are all missed and loved so much!! Greg, be comforted in knowing how much joy your mother brought to everyone she met.

Dan Dugopolski

May 15, 2020

I am nephew Dan Dugopolski, son of Walter, Theresa's brother. We have many fond memories of Theresa who was always so full of life and always ready for a friendly Pinochle card game. I can remember one such card game where Chris, my wife and I, played against Theresa and Mitch where all four of us were dealt a book at the same time. We talked about that for years. We will miss Aunt Theresa.

Aunt Theresa at 98th Birthday Party

Barbara Weber

May 15, 2020

Susan Fiorio

May 14, 2020

Aunt Theresa was the type of person who liked to have fun. My last vivid memory of her was at the wedding reception of my nephew Mike Retlick.
Theresa attended with my other aunt Gen. We were all having dinner and people were giving toasts to the bride and groom. Theresa wanted to give a toast and she hit her water glass so hard it shattered at the table. We all had a laugh. Later she was seen dancing every dance she could. I hope you are dancing in heaven.

Suzanne Davis

May 14, 2020

Great Aunt Theresa, you will be so missed. You were always so full of energy and cheerful!! I will always remember you dancing the night away in your sequined dresses! Rest in peace Theresa. Greg, know that your mother is missed. I am Suzanne, the daughter of Dan Dugopolski who is the son of Theresa's brother, Walter. I am including a picture of Gen, Theresa, Ann, and Walter in August of 1996 in Michigan.

Barbara Weber

May 13, 2020

I’m Barbara Connors Weber, another niece. My mother was Mary, oldest of the 5 Dlugopolski girls. Aunt Theresa loved to have visitors and the last time I talked to her in the hospital, she asked when I was coming. She so loved a party and tried so hard to make it to her 100th one. I am going to try putting some pictures of her 98th party on here that I took. She was one of a kind for sure and the last of the 10 Dlugopolski clan.

FROM THE FAMILY