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Obituary for Lillian Fink Wrona

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Lillian Fink Wrona

October 4, 1932 - March 13, 2015

Lillian Fink Wrona

October 4, 1932 – March 13, 2015

Lillian Fink Wrona, our beloved Mother, Grandmother, Aunt, and Friend passed away on Friday, March 13, 2015 after a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.

 

Mom was born October 4, 1932 in her family home in Raymond, Montana.  She was the last of ten children born to Carl and Elizabeth Bichler Fink.

 

She grew up in Northeastern Montana, where she later met and married Clarence Wrona in Miles City, Montana on October 30, 1953.  In 1956 they moved to Ogden, Utah and made it their home.  Clarence died April 16, 2003, just a few months before their 50th wedding anniversary.

 

Lillian worked as a homemaker, waitress, at the IRS and at Chromalox before retiring in 1989.

 

She was a member of Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church.

 

Mom is survived by her children Bonita (Boyd) Hoskins Jr., Edward Wrona and Clarene Remund; seven grandchildren, three step-grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren; brother-in-law’s, Gary (Debbie) Lucht and Ronnie Lucht and several nieces and nephews whom love her dearly.

 

Lillian is preceded in death by her husband, her parents, four brothers, and five sisters.

 

Our special thanks to Porter Family Clinic and IHC Hospice, especially Lisa for the tender care you gave our Mother.

 

Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 at 10:00 am at Saint Joseph’s Catholic Church, 514 24th Street, Ogden, Utah.

 

The family will meet with friends from 6:00 – 8:00 pm Monday evening March 16, 2015 with a Holy Rosary recited at 7:30 pm at Leavitt’s Mortuary, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.

 

Interment will be at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park, 836 36th Street, Ogden, Utah.

 

In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Huntsman Cancer Institute, 50 Medical Drive, #3, Salt Lake City, UT 84132, in Mom’s name.

 

Services under the direction of Leavitt’s Mortuary.

 

Please send condolences to the family at:  www.leavittsmortuary.com

 

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Service Schedule

Visitation Information

Date: Monday, March 16, 2015

Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Leavitt's Mortuary

Address:

836 36th Street , , Ogden, UT, 84403

Holy Rosary Recited at 7:30 pm


Service Information

Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Time: 10:00 am -

514 24th Street, Ogden, UT




Cemetery Information

Date: Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Leavitt's Aultorest Memorial Park

Address:

836 - 36th St., , Ogden, UT, 84403

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Born: October 4, 1932
Died: March 13, 2015

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Josh posted on 8/31/17

I still miss you grandma. I know it has been a while since you passed away but still miss you and it hasn't got any easier. I wish I could come over to your house and talk and just spend time with your. Your house was always my real home. Life isn't the same without you here.

 

Princess Bonczkiewicz posted on 3/17/15

Many broken hearts are being felt. A new Angel has gotten her wings to fly, and keep a watchful eye. May this time together ease you pain, and brighten the spirit that Lillian gave to many. Thank you for allowing me to share in some of the wonderful family memories. Thank you for sharing your Mother, grandmother and mother n law with me. My deepest Sympathy

 

Reese Martinez posted on 3/16/15

my great grandma was the best person that I loved and watching her lying dead in her bed broke my heart but she's in a much better place now with papa and her mom she never got to meet she was a great person and I love her and wish she never died but still I'm happy for her because she's probably in a much better place now.

 

Nicole Mitchell posted on 3/16/15

Grandma, you were such a loving, caring soul. Your pain and suffering is now over. My heart broke into a million pieces Friday morning and my world was forever changed. I'm going to miss going to your house and our celebrations in your home, a home we all grew up in. You were such an amazing cook and loved to cook for us. Anytime you called and said you made dinner we would rush over. Our conversations at the kitchen table I will always remember. Our trips to the grocery store, you always made sure to get Parker his strawberries and Reese his Cheetos. We love you so much Grandma, you will be forever in our hearts and we'll cherish the many memories we have.

 

Gavin and Zane posted on 3/15/15

Nana you were the best nana a great grandkid could've ever asked for.I loved it when i was sick I could come stay with you and you would take such good care of me and make me feel better and smile. I love you nana and will miss you!

 

Gabrielle Toscano posted on 3/15/15

Nana, I miss you so much you are the best. I love you with all my heart you are the best nana ever. Love Gabby

 

Gabrielle Toscano posted on 3/15/15

Nana I miss you so much your the best I love you with all my heart. love gabby

 

Ashley Harper (granddaughter) posted on 3/15/15

Nana, you were always the brightest and quickest person over the hill. I'll always remember how every time I saw you you'd ask, "You staying out of trouble?" with a little smirk of someone who's caused plenty trouble in their life. I'll always remember your gravy and yams, how you were so difficult to shop for, and all the little nicknames us grandkids have. I love you Nana I hope you rest easy. And for the rest of us, may her warm memories ease the pain when we need it, and make us smile throughout our day.

 

Alicia Toscano posted on 3/15/15

How do you begin to put into words anything for such an amazing person? My grandma, my second mother, and one of my very best friends left this earth Friday morning and things will never be the same. She was a light like no other and taught me many things. Without her the world will go on "yes" but it will be a shade of. She was so kind and endured so much and was like a rock that just kept going. She was such an example to her children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren and we are so lucky to have had her in our lives. God shared her with us for 82 years and I am so grateful. Especially for the fact that she gave me my mother who is exactly like her. Thank you everyone who has reached out these past few days. Thank you grandma for sharing your lives with us and all you did. I hope we meet again and you can be a light in heaven to dissipate some of this grey here shining on us. Rest in peace you deserve your wings:)

 

Bonita Hoskins posted on 3/15/15

Mom how do I begin to live without you in my life? I am glad I was there with you as you took you final breath as you have been there for everything for me in my life. If there was anything as a perfect Mother you came mighty close. My heart is broken in so many pieces I cannot believe you ate really gone. If anyone has earned her wings it is you. You taught me so many things in this life of mine except how to live without you. I love you Mom and will miss you the rest of my life until me meet again. Give Daddy a kiss and hug the family for me. Rest in peace my beautiful. Mother

 

Kenny Mitchell posted on 3/15/15

Grandma Lil I miss you so much. These past few weeks my heart was ripped to pieces seeing you in pain. I will never understand why such a caring and nurturing angel had to suffer. I am so grateful for the time I got to spend with you and the many things you taught me. The memories I have I will cherish until the day we meet again. The cooking lessons you gave me are priceless and will never be forgotten and no matter how hard I try I will never be able to re-create your culinary perfections, but we will always know where they came from. The hours we spent playing crazy eights and eating ice cream were some of the best times of my life. My heart hurts and I will miss you so very much but I am comforted by the thought of knowing you are no longer in any pain and you are reunited with grandpa and your family who's been waiting to see you again. I love you grandma so much! Your grandson Kenny P.S. Save me a spot at the table ;-)

 

Paul Fink posted on 3/14/15

A letter to my Aunt… Dearest Auntie Lillian... The tears I have had these past weeks were shed for all the pain you went through. As I type you this letter, this grown man is crying again! I know you are out of pain, but I weep because I will miss you so much. Your quick wit always made me laugh. Your cooking was the best in the world, especially your homemade chili. You made a house a home. Everyone who entered your big oak and glass front door immediately felt your love, comfort and bliss Until we meet again… Your Nephew, Paul Fink PS… Who will play cards with me now?

 

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