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Harry J Will Funeral Homes

37000 W Six Mile Road, Livonia, MI

OBITUARY

Jane Kuzma

August 10, 1920May 11, 2020
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Jane Kuzma age 99, passed away May 11, 2020. Beloved wife of the late Frank. Dear mother of Christine (Curtis) Hahn, Charlotte (Dean) Bunting and Cynthia (Peter) Severts. Cherished grandmother of Lee Yesh, Kristen Rodgers, Laura Bunting and Jeffrey Bunting and great grandmother of Abby, Liam and Matthew. Dearest sister of Terry Bagrowski, Virginia Wirth and Elizabeth Evasic. Jane was a longtime member of Polka Boosters of America along with her late husband Frank Kuzma.

Due to COVID a private family service will be held at 12pm, 10 guests at a time are welcome from 1-4pm on Wednesday May 20th at Harry J Will Funeral Home in Livonia for visiting.

The family would like you to join Jane Kuzma's funeral service through a zoom conference at 11:45am on Wednesday May 20th. To join virtually please download zoom on your smartphone or home computer, next you can access the meeting ID number : 882 2584 2896 and use the password :kuzma . The host will join you in and you can watch safely at home. Link provided: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88225842896?pwd=VnZ4NFhzbm1VMktrcGxPeWZRN3Vwdz09

Services

  • Private Family Service

    Wednesday, May 20, 2020

  • Visitation (10 guests at a time)

    Wednesday, May 20, 2020

Memories

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CHARLOTTE BUNTING

May 27, 2020

Along with my sisters Christine and Cynthia we would like to thank each of our family and friends for their expressions of love, prayers, and support. Due to COVID we were unable to have a complete service and farewell as we would have wished. We did what we could under the circumstances.
We hope you will all cherish her memory and always think of her with a smile on her face, as we certainly will. She missed Dad each and every day. It gives us comfort in knowing that they are together again and at peace.
With all our families love we thank you all very much for the kindnesses expressed. God bless to all. Charlotte

Sandi & Larry Kobylka

May 21, 2020

Aunt Jenny ,
We will miss you laugh and your smile. Uncle Frank knows he has his angel back. We loved her cooking, dancing, And we know we had so many great memories we had with your family. We will miss her dearly.
Love Larry, Sandi, Spencer, Taylor Kobylka

Norma Orr

May 20, 2020

Hi Aunt Jenny in Heaven!!!

I can't say enough about what a sweet aunt, Aunt Jenny was and so was Uncle Frank. She literally would send me a Christmas Card every year with money in it even when I was in my 40's. She sent X-mas cards with money to my kids, Jacob and Jennifer every year too. Just amazing because she had all of her own grand kids to flower with presents too.

I loved going over to her house and seeing all of the dolls and clothes she had for the dolls. There were so many ...... a little and big girls dream. I thought that was the coolest.

She always had a warm and inviting smile too.

It was so good that Christine and Cindy were able to bring her to my mom, Terry Bagrowski's Birthday celebration in January 2019. She loved polka music and danced in her wheel chair while at the party. I have so many beautiful videos and photos of her.

My mom would share with me, the visits at the Assisted Living Facility she had with Aunt Jenny and she always had the funniest stories about what Aunt Jenny said or did. For almost 100 she was sharp as a tack. She would yell at my mom if my mom tried to take a bite of any of her food and especially her desert.

Aunt Jenny and Uncle Frank couldn't have asked for better Daughters either. They brought all their girls up to be fun, caring and loving. I love my cousins and wish I could have been there today with them and their mom and my Aunt.

She will be missed.

Laura Bunting

May 20, 2020

I am so grateful for all of the fond memories of my grandparents that I get to carry with me in my mind and heart. I will never forget all those Sunday afternoons spent at Grandma and Grandpa’s. The adults would talk about the cost of bacon for what seemed like hours; baseball seemed to always be on the TV; and the food was plentiful, delicious, and never hot enough (as Grandma would always comment even though the rest of us thought it was just fine). My grandparents always made me feel loved and provided a warm and safe home that was a constant in my life. So many fond memories I feel so fortunate to have! I miss them both and wish I hadn’t lived so far away in my adulthood. I hold them in my heart forever!

Jeffrey Bunting

May 20, 2020

My childhood memories are filled with happy moments with Grandma. She always prioritized the desires of those she loved over her own. She constantly gave and never asked for or expected anything in return. She brought the family together at every chance to share laughs, make memories, and enjoy delicious and of course hot meals. Her life will be remembered and celebrated by the many people she touched.

Love you always Grandma!

CHARLOTTE BUNTING

May 19, 2020

Unfortunately, due to the travel difficulties and the restrictions we are forced to observe due to Covid-19, my family and I are unable to attend the service held at this time. However, I find consultation in knowing that I am represented by my sisters, Chris and Cindy. We are of one mind in believing that there is a part of mother in each one of us. There are many things that we admire about her. She showed great courage when faced with adversity such as battling breast cancer, her abundant energy, dedication to her marriage, love of family and friends and most of all dignity. Especially, when these last few years took away her energy and left her with mental challenges due to dementia. It is consoling to hear from so many people at Brighton Gardens Assisted Living who talked about her infectious smile and how much she enjoyed taking part in various activities.
If all goes well and restrictions allow, my sisters and our families will be gathering together for a private remembrance to the best wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother ever.
Love you always dear mother. You have not left us. We carry you in our hearts. Your loving daughter, Charlotte and family.

Many thanks and acknowledgement to my sisters Chris and Cindy, who have done so much in my absence.

Barbara Bruckner

May 17, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with all of you during your loss. Your mother and dad were special people to me. I have a lot of fond memories especially when we celebrated their 75th Anniversary and I was hoping to be able to do something special for your mom's 100th bday but God decided to do that in heaven so your dad could be with her.
Love to all.
Barb bruckner

Joe Rodgers

May 15, 2020

I remember when I would go over to thare house to snow blow the driveway and walkway, grandma would pull out the homemade Polish sausage and pierogies to make sure I ate and stayed warm you’ll never find a more caring person then grandma. She will always be in my heart and my prayers .

Ron Meloche

May 15, 2020

Charlotte, your mom has lived a long and fulfilling lifetime. It is never easy to lose a loved one, hopefully you will be able to share and celebrate her life with family and friends. So sorry for your loss ... keeping you and your family in mind during this difficult time.
Ron Meloche

Joe Rodgers

May 15, 2020

Very loving person and that’s very good Polish cook never forget the holidays I have missed them greatly and will continue too , Godspeed.

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