Cecelia Wladyka
May 7, 1914 - December 31, 2007
Obituary
Cecelia Wladyka 93 of Leesburg, Va., formerly of Natrona Heights passed away on Monday December 31, 2007 in the Inova Loudoun Nursing & Rehab with family members by her side.  She was born on May 7, 1914 in West Natrona the daughter of the late Alexander & Amelia Rzeczkowski Wloczewski.  She was a member of Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament R.C. Parish, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church in Natrona Heights, the rosary society of OLPH and a member of St. Francis de Sales R.C. Church in Purcellville, Va.  Cecelia enjoyed rug making, jigsaw puzzles, watching the Steelers, making bread and keeping her daughters in line.  Sruvivors include four daughters Mary Lou Wladyka of Clinton Twp., Mich., Amy "Sissy" (Fran) Sirianni of Jamestown, NY, Tina (Ted) Auffenorde of Romeo, Mich., and Bernadette (Skip Freidhof) Wladyka of Leesburg, Va., six grandchildren Michael (Jen) Sirianni of Hopewell Twp., Jay (Kay) Sirianni of Jamestown, NY, Beth (Noel) Jackson of Waterford, Mich., Nick Sirianni of Indiana, Pa., Matt Auffenorde of Fenton, Mich., & Michael Auffenorde of Romeo, Mich., three great grandchildren Jenna, Annabella & Jordan Sirianni and by her two sisters Frances Michalek of Cabot and Alice Rzeczkowski of Natrona Heights. She was a believer in the power of prayer and she constantly prayed for her family.  Friends will be received on Friday from 4-* PM in the Cicholski-Zidek Funeral Home, Inc. 1522 Carlisle St. Natrona Heights, where a blessing service will be held on Saturday at 9:00 AM.  Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 9:30 AM in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church with her pastor the Rev. Richard J. Tusky as celebrant.  Burial will be in Mt. Airy Cemetery, Natrona Heights.  Cecelia's family would like to thank Capital Hospice of Leesburg, Va, Sharon Lidicote of St. Francis de Sales and the wonderful staff of Inova Loudoun Nursing & Rehab for their kindness and compassion.  Contributions in memory of Cecelia can be made to St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church 37730 St. Francis Court, Purcellville, Va.  20132 or Capitol Hospice 209 Gibson St. NW Suite 202, Leesburg, Va  20176.  Cecelia was preceded in death by her husband John Wladyka, daughter Monica Wladyka, two brothers Ted & Leo Wloczewski and six sisters Helen Camille, Sophie Klimkowski, Agnes Wloczewski, Anna Glowacki, Nancy Olczak & Virginia Wojdak.
Condolences

Sam Cochran and Debby Kay

Bern and Skip; We know she had the best of care and love with you and share in your grief and loss. We will keep you and her spirit in our prayers. May she rest in peace.

Dan & Brenda Davis

Bern & Skip - your mother was a fortunate woman to have such a loving and dedicated daughter at her side. Please know that we send our love, hugs and prayers as you and your family go through this journey of grief.

Mike Seat

Bern & Skip, Please accept my deepest sympathies on your loss. While no one can ever replace a mother, the warmth of her memory will last forever.

Sandy Shihadeh

Bern & Skip, thinking of you both & sending lots of warm thoughts & love. Peace.

Frank Shipp

Dear Bern and Skip, I am very sorry to hear of your loss. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. Frank Shipp

HARRY WATSON

Dear Amy, Your Mother and my Mother were at Zideks at the same time. By the time a realized it you had left the funeral home. My mother (Helen M. Watson) was 86. Let me offer my deapest sympathy to you and your family. I have not been to the last 2 reunions, so much for keeping in touch with clasmates. So from one of your old Har- Brack homeroom classmates, take care. Harry


Leave Condolence
From
Email (optional)
Message