Lillian B. McCoy
August 2, 1929 – June 3, 2021
Lillian B. McCoy, age 91, of Carmichael, CA passed away on June 3rd, 2021, as a result of a fall. She was born in Watertown, New York on August 2nd, 1929 to Apolonya and Victor Brzezinski. She was the youngest of six children born to parents who came from Poland. She was preceded in death by her loving husband of 46 years, Victor on October 5th, 1993, and her son, Duane on May 14th, 2021. She is survived by her children: Sandra Redding (Ron deceased); Neal McCoy (Jan deceased); Linda Dinsmore (Mike) and Charlene Fernandes (Rick). She will be missed by many, including her grandchildren: Ron Redding Jr, Laura Del Olmo, Michelle Garner, Kelly Garner and Jerry Garner Jr. She had 11 great grandchildren. She will also be remembered by numerous Nieces, Nephews, and friends. Lillian married Victor D. McCoy on October 25th, 1946. Prior to moving to California in 1959, they made their homes in the Watertown, New York area.
Lillian worked for Pacific Telephone for 37 years. She began her career as a switch board operator and retired as a Communication Technician.
Prior to Victor’s passing in 1993, they enjoyed their various RVs to visit family and friends throughout the United States. For many years in January, they traveled to Quartzsite, Arizona with a group of friends, affectingly known as “Snowbirds”.
Lillian loved to work in her flower garden; was always ready to go to “Red Hawk” in search of that one lucky slot machine; crocheted, quilted, loved to play cards and was an exceptional cook.
Services will be held on Saturday, July 10th, 2021, at 11:00 AM at Nicoletti, Culjis & Herberger Funeral Home, 5401 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento, CA. A reception in Lillian’s honor will be held at the Elks Club Lodge, 11440 Elks Circle, Rancho Cordova, CA immediately following the service.
Lillian will be interred next to Victor in Watertown, New York on July 31st, 2021.
Please wear bright colors to reflect on Lillian’s zest for life. Lillian requested donations to be made to the Polish American Social Club of Sacramento, 327 Main Street, Roseville, CA 95678. Our family would like to thank the “Atria of El Camino Gardens” where Lillian resided since July 2017 for the love they showed our Mom during the past 4 years.
Donations in Lillian's name can be made to:
Polish American Social Club of Sacramento
327 Main Street, Roseville CA 95678
On check memo, place In Memory of Lillian McCoy
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.nicoletticuljisherbergerfunerals.com for the McCoy family.
Saturday, July 10, 2021
Lillian B. McCoy
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June 27, 2021
Sorry we can’t make it to the funeral. We’ll be thinking of your family during this time.
June 26, 2021
Ma. I know I can’t hear or see your beautiful smile know more. But I know you will walk by my side like you always did.Just like you will listen to my stories and Wipe away my tears. You will put your arms around me and understand my fears. I will talk to you in Silent and your spirit will reply. You may have left me but I feel you in my heart and our souls will never part. I miss our nightly talks we would laugh and cry. I call your phone and tell you goodnight and I love you to the moon and back I can hear you say to me and around and around. I would tell you your making me dizzy and we would laugh and say goodnight and cry. I would tell you I will call you tomorrow night. I love you ma you were my best friend and the best ma I was lucky to have and proud to tell people this is my ma. Love your daughter Linda. XOXO Till we our together again.
Lauraina & Tom Nadelen
June 23, 2021
Fond memories ofAunt Lil. She always had a smile on her face and I remember how beautiful her complexion was. I'm sure she will be missed. She was the last of the Brzezinski girls. So sad-a generation is gone.
June 20, 2021
Well your in Polka heaven now, I know your happy with dad and your family, and in no pain, You won't believe what was on the other night yes Matilda,I watched it for us both, I hope you wasn't to much of a social butterfly On your way home, we know how you are lol
I miss you so much, there are days I have picked up the phone to call you and then I had to remind my self your in a new home with no phone ,I no you hear me at night when I talk with you, Mom thank you for coming to me that night and showing me your beautiful smile tell me your happy,no pain, I just can't believe one day your here and then gone . My life has a big change now, Thank you for loving me and showing me so much, I was always listening even when you thought I wasn't, It was hard calling all your friends and Doctors they where all so nice and kind, Mom you made a BIG impac On so many people, you are such a strong women and I'll never for get that,
I love you to the stars ✨🤗😘🦋🌹😥
Ps tuck your stub
Karen and George Kriske
June 6, 2021
So sorry to hear. Waiting for more info. Blessings and peace comfort you and family. Hugs from Kriskes