Gertrude Louise Piscezek
September 21, 1941 – January 28, 2019
Piscezek- John and Gertrude (Dunning) Piscezek , 76 and 77 respectively, died January 28, 2019 in Uncasville. A Mass of Christian Burial celebrating their lives will be held February 16, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. at St. John Church 22 Maple Ave, Uncasville. Burial will be private. The Montville Funeral Home of Church and Allen has care of the arrangements.
- Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, February 16, 2019
Gertrude Louise Piscezek
February 16, 2019
Greg, Shannon & Family,
I'm so very sorry for your entire family. I met John & Trudy through my son's father. When I was pregnant and we went to their bar to visit them, they would always have a soda and comfortable chair ready for me. Those two were the sweetest people I have ever met! Although I haven't seen them since my son was little, they were always in my heart!! Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this time, and the memory of John & Trudy will ALWAYS be in our hearts.
All our love,
Marilyn & Tony Jr.
February 11, 2019
My favorite memories of John & Trudy Piszczek was when I would go to their house to visit them. And we celebrated many holidays and gatherings together. We would laugh and just have a really great time together. I have been friends with thier daughter Shannon since High School. And her family treated me like family and I will miss them so much.
Joe and Mary Janeiro
February 7, 2019
We were terribly saddened to learn of Trudy and John's deaths. We met them many years ago when John and Joe were co-workers selling real estate to supplement their incomes supporting our young families. As both families moved on, we would run into them once in a while and it was always the same- warm and friendly greetings. This world has lost two very nice people.
February 6, 2019
So very sorry to hear this tragic news. I am in total shock! Please know my love and prayers are with you Greg and Shannon
February 4, 2019
Favorite memories was visiting Trudy and John and having small talks. Enjoyed theirs smiles and laughter. I remember have a lobster dinner, cook outs, breakfast, going to their bar, sitting down and having coffee. My favorite memory was with Ma and Shannon coloring a roll of Christmas paper at the dinner table, and ma watching us and making us hot cocoa and fresh chocolate chip cookies. Many times I had slepted over and ma always made breakfast and clean towels to take showers. I will miss her smiles, talks, visits, and just hanging out. She was a loving, caring person. Love you ma, always in my heart.