Louise M Skrzypek
August 9, 1923 – March 2, 2018
Louise M. Skrzypek (nee Blomarz) 94, of Lisle, IL passed away on Friday, March 2, 2018; Beloved wife of the late Mitchell A. Skrzypek; loving mother of Mark (Tammy), Glen, Gail (Steve) Stockton, and Lynn (Ray) Kingos; cherished grandmother of Stephanie, Todd, Nicole, Grant, Mitchell, Mikayla, Gabrielle, Jonathan, and Gustavo; devoted great grandmother of Oliver, Benjamin, and Maya; Aunt to many nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life will be held on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at St. Joan of Arc Church 820 Division St. Lisle, IL 60532 (On the corner of Kingston and Front Street) Mass at 10:00 a.m. Interment Abraham Lincoln National Cemetery Elwood, IL. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Joan of Arc Church. For more information 630-964-9392 or visit www.blakelambfuneralhome.com
- Memorial Mass Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Louise M Skrzypek
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March 29, 2018
Growing up as friends with Lynn, Mrs. Skrzypek was always there for me when my own family wasn't. I always believed she cared for and trusted me as one of her own. She always listened and made me feel I mattered when I was with her. Mrs. Skrzypek created the sense of family and home I was missing in my own life. Even though Lynn and I no longer communicate, I want the family to know that I'm thinking of them during this difficult time. Mark, Glen, Gail and Lynn you're in my thoughts and prayers. Your mom was a special and loving woman.
March 8, 2018
My mom was the strength and glue that our family revolved around. She had the ability to be hard as nails and soft as cotton when the situation required it. As I look at myself and my siblings I see and feel my mother’s character, mannerisms, habits and values in all of us. She even in the pain and suffering experienced in her last few years of life, remained fiercely independent and adamant she would not be a burden to those she loved. She missed Dad terribly when he passed away yet knew she had unfinished work in her life in greeting and loving her soon to be grandchildren. She never complained about her circumstances and made you feel like you were the most important thing in her life whenever she saw or talked to you. I’m sure that Dad looking down on her was so proud of how she carried on for him. I miss you mom, you may be gone but you will forever be in my thoughts.
March 8, 2018
When I came into this family, 16 years ago, Louise welcomed me and my three children with open arms. She and Mitchell, and the entire family, did all they could to make us feel we belonged. I admired how she always kept up on current events, was a great communicator and story teller, an avid reader, and a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Her love and care is evident in the four children she raised into exceptional adults. I'm grateful she made the man who is my husband, Mark. Anyone who's road through life intersected with hers, was fortunate. As a woman of great faith, we all know she is within the arms of our Lord. My love and thoughts are with Mark, Gail, Glenn, Lynn, Steve, Ray, and the rest of the family.