The family regrets the omission of the following people from the paid obituary of Mildred V. Glowacki that appeared in The Suffolk Times on May 12.
It was Patricia (Charles) Glowacki and her sister Joan (Thomas) Sawicki whose family gatherings welcomed Mildred.
Of the grandchildren, Trey, Elizabeth, Michael, Leah, Karen and Kevin, it was the ever present “no task too difficult to do for Nana.” Kevin and his sister Karen ensured that they and her children, Clay and Olivia, were a loving part of Mildred’s life.
It was Vincent and Barbara Krivacsy who folded cousin Mildred into all major holidays and many spontaneous visits.
It was the many retirees of North Fork Bank who remained in touch.
Lucille Diem, confidante and adviser, who kept the Glowacki household immaculate.
The expert loving staff from East End Hospice who sustained Mildred as she prepared for her journey.
Monsignor Joseph Staudt who counseled Mildred, respected her last wishes and assured family and friends that she was indeed a valiant woman whose journey was over.
Their mutual love enriched their lives.
This is a paid notice.