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Bernice Wisniewski

Bernice "Bonny" Wisniewski (Niedbalski)

Saturday, January 25th, 2020
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Bernice M. “Bonny” Wisniewski (nee Niedbalski), 92, of Roselle since 1962, died Saturday, January 25, 2020. Born May 22, 1927 in Chicago. Beloved wife of the late Mitchell; loving mom of Karen (the late Dan) Gurski, James (Colleen), David (Paula), Mary (Jim) O'Malley, Bonnie (John) Rimer and the late Susan (David) Moseley; cherished grandma of 16 and great grandma of 7; dear daughter of the late Frank and Sophie (nee Gajewski) Niedbalski; kind sister of the late Dennis (Adelyne) Niedbalski and loving cousin and aunt to many. Visitation 3:00p.m. to 9:00p.m. Thursday, January 30, 2020 at the Countryside Funeral Home and Crematory, 333 S Roselle Rd (1/4 mile south of Irving Park Road). Prayers Saturday 10:00a.m. going to St Walter Church, Mass 10:30a.m. No services Friday. Cremation private following services. In lieu of flowers donations to Alzheimer’s Association, www.alz.org, would be appreciated. 630-529-5751 or www.countrysidefuneralhomes.com
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Thursday, January 30th, 2020 | 3:00pm - 9:00pm
    When
    Thursday, January 30th, 2020 3:00pm - 9:00pm
    Location
    Countryside Funeral Home and Crematory, Roselle
    Address
    333 S. Roselle Rd.
    Roselle, Illinois 60172
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
  • Service

    Saturday, February 1st, 2020 | 10:30am
    When
    Saturday, February 1st, 2020 10:30am
    Location
    St Walter Catholic Church
    Address
    130 West Pine
    Roselle, Illinois 60172
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Prayers to be said 10:00 am at the funeral home.

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Barbara Zarro

Posted at 08:34pm
To My Dear Cousin Bernice M. “Bonny” Wisniewski (nee Niedbalski)

The most I can say about Bonnie will be to call her a Blessing & Gift that God gave me.

She was more to me than a Cousin to me; she was like a Mother and and Sister; she was a Best Friend; a Neighbor; a Co-Worker; for many years she drove me every where I went; I was her Wing-Girl and she was my Party-Animal Leader; and fellow Acordian Player with her Brother and myself.

For was part of life, for as long as I can remember; at least since I was 5 years old.

As a Child I danced at her wedding; as a young marrrid women we danced the polka at her 25th Anniversay; and as a widow I danced again at her 50th Anniversay.

Did I mention her polka dancing?

She never sat still with her wonderful partner Mitch by her side.

To say I admired the life she had is an understatement; to me her life seemed to be filled with love and constant joy.

She shared it all; you always felt loved when she hugged you; you knew that you would be alright.

To say I will miss her, even though I moved away to Tucson, AZ for health reasons. Her passing has left a great hole in my life.

Bonnie and Mitch made several trips to Tucson, Arizona. We called this time away from the kids their belated “first” honeymoon! Mitch dared her to get her ears pierced; she took the dare, and he bought her diamond earrings.

She left a true legacy of loving off-spring and their families; her love and influence will be manifested for generations to come.

In my opinion, her children will always be a blessing to me; I have treasured them always.

Cousin, when you join the others I’m sure that there will be polka dancing, card playing, and music. Tell everybody there that I said

Good bye from here and please say hello to all of our loved ones for me!

Do widzenia! (Good-Bye)

With Love, Your Cousin Barbara J. Lubinski-Zarro
BZ

Barbara Zarro

Posted at 08:33pm
To My Dear Cousin Bernice M. “Bonny” Wisniewski (nee Niedbalski)

The most I can say about Bonnie will be to call her a Blessing & Gift that God gave me.

She was more to me than a Cousin to me; she was like a Mother and and Sister; she was a Best Friend; a Neighbor; a Co-Worker; for many years she drove me every where I went; I was her Wing-Girl and she was my Party-Animal Leader; and fellow Acordian Player with her Brother and myself.

For was part of life, for as long as I can remember; at least since I was 5 years old.

As a Child I danced at her wedding; as a young marrrid women we danced the polka at her 25th Anniversay; and as a widow I danced again at her 50th Anniversay.

Did I mention her polka dancing?

She never sat still with her wonderful partner Mitch by her side.

To say I admired the life she had is an understatement; to me her life seemed to be filled with love and constant joy.

She shared it all; you always felt loved when she hugged you; you knew that you would be alright.

To say I will miss her, even though I moved away to Tucson, AZ for health reasons. Her passing has left a great hole in my life.

Bonnie and Mitch made several trips to Tucson, Arizona. We called this time away from the kids their belated “first” honeymoon! Mitch dared her to get her ears pierced; she took the dare, and he bought her diamond earrings.

She left a true legacy of loving off-spring and their families; her love and influence will be manifested for generations to come.

In my opinion, her children will always be a blessing to me; I have treasured them always.

Cousin, when you join the others I’m sure that there will be polka dancing, card playing, and music. Tell everybody there that I said

Good bye from here and please say hello to all of our loved ones for me!

Do widzenia! (Good-Bye)

With Love, Your Cousin Barbara J. Lubinski-Zarro
HS

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