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Esther Marguerite

Ciersezwski

January 04 , 1932 - January 08 , 2022

Esther Marguerite Ciersezwski
Esther Marguerite Ciersezwski
1932 - 2022

Visitations:

Thursday, January 13, 2022
12:00-3:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home

Services:

Thursday, January 13, 2022
3:00 PM
Michigan Memorial Funeral Home Chapel

Interment in Michigan Memorial Park

Memorials:

Obituary

CIERSEZWSKI, Esther M., age 90, of Taylor, January 08, 2022 at Heritage Hospital in Taylor. Born on January 04, 1932 to Esther and James Roush in Glen Robbins, Ohio. She graduated from Mount Pleasant High School in Dunglen, Ohio. She married Joseph Ciersezwski on July 29, 1950. Sadly, he passed away on September 06, 2008. She worked for Alma Plastics in Milan. She was a union steward for United Rubber Workers. She later was employed as a mail carrier for Carleton Post Office. She was a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxilary #66. She was a member of Potter Cemetery. Esther was also a parishioner of Rockwood Missionary Baptist Church. Beloved mother of Terry (Brenda) Ciersezwski, Rhonda (Dennis) Reeves, Gary Ciersezwski, Tim (Toni) Ciersezwski, Shelley (Dan) Bellante and Christopher (Debbie) Ciersezwski. Dearest grandmother to 18 grandchildren, 39 great-grandchildren and 12 great-great-grandchildren. Also survived by her brother Bob (Carol Roush of South Dakota. In addition to her parents and husband she was preceded in death by her sister, Patricia Chiudioni, 2 grandchildren, Allison Ciersezwski and Ryan Standridge and her daughter-in-law Cindy Ciersezwski.

Condolences:

I love her dearly my sweet loving Auntie. My prayers are with us all. A great woman rests today. I love you Auntie. Your forever in my heart your niece Darlene Ellen Janise Darlene

My sincere condolences to all the family! Paul Norman

I will never forget the memories on thst front porch on Harris street. I will miss you and loved you. Roxane Roxane Branch

Shelly . Im so sorry for your loss . I don't know if I'm going to make it to the funeral I have the flu pretty bad . If I feel better I'll be there ..She'll be dearly missed .Shes one of my favorites.Again so sorry for your loss.Love Chuck and Family. Charles Amore and Family

Dear Ciersezwski family, I am so sorry for the loss of your Mom, grandmother, great grandmother. I have known Esther since 2004 when she came onto the Friends of Potter Cemetery Board as a trustee and member. She was a great asset to our group as she lived in Ash T'ship, where the cemetery is, and knew a lot of people in the area. She helped out at our spaghetti dinners when she was able, even making up a basket or two to donate to our raffle. I remember when she won the large round, cranberry colored glass bowl, she was so excited and seemed to love that bowl. When I was at her apt. last yr. she still had that bowl on a shelf. I just loved her. She was warm, funny, feisty and so much more. We hit it off from day one! I used to visit her and Joe in Carleton and then Esther in Rockwood. I last saw her in spring 2021 when I took her to lunch at Big Al's and also called her once in awhile. Sadly she never was able to visit Potter Cemetery but she was a loyal supporter for all those yrs. I will miss her! God Bless you Esther. Sue Donovan

Condolences to the family. Loved your momma as my own. Have so many memories of her and the family. Shelley you will be my BFF and always. May god grant y’all peace as you continue your lives without MOM. Honor her every day she lived as she loved. Joyously Ellen Snodgrass

My children and I were soooo lucky, so blessed and so grateful to get to spend as much time as we did… Thank you Granny Esty for the memories and all our special moments!!! Thank you for always being soooo loving and kind!!! Your heart was bigger than the ocean and even when someone truly hurt you, you still always found a way to speak kindly of them! I love all the memories of staying up with you until odd hours if the morning especially when I would come to Michigan and we would make Shelley mad by sleeping in. I love the memory of uncle Joe haunting us in the house. I loved being able to have you stay With us so many times and listening to you and Izzabella giggle and Cary on conversations in your sleep … You were a one if a kind irreplaceable, amazingly beautiful inside and out!!! I can’t believe how young you were my entire life!!! I’ll look up to you always!!! I love you love you love you and I am blessed that these were your last words to me!!! Xoxoxo Jennifer Ramos

I too miss you Aunt Esther. I knew you for just a little over a tear and that was because we were put up for adoption when I was a little over five years of age. Since I found you this past year it was so much fun every other week calling you up or you calling me as we would talk for hours. I miss you so much and you will always have a special spot in my heart and soul for you. I love you. Bobby robert Kelley

Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. Tina Mobley

Eternal rest grant unto her O Lord, and let perpetual light shine upon her. Tina Mobley