JURCEC, Anthony R.

JURCEC, Anthony R.

Anthony R. JURCEC, Age 89.  Beloved son of the late Anton and Susanna.  Dearest brother of Lillian. 

WWII US Army Veteran.  Anthony was a recipient of the Purple Heart and member of the Disabled American Veterans. 

Mass of Christian Burial, Thursday, September 6, at 10:00 a.m. at St. Bridget of Kildare Parish.  Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.  VISITATION AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL RD., PARMA, THURSDAY MORNING, PRECEDING MASS FROM 8:45 -9:30 a.m. 

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  1. Kimberly Bittner-Wallingford on September 6th, 2012 6:59 am

    “Uncle Tony” – You have been a part of our family since my mom was a little girl. Your friendship and kindness has always been cherished by our family! I will never forget you coming to our house for Christmas & parties. I will always cherish the dollhouse that you bought for me and the furniture that you also gave me. I look forward to the day that I can give that to my daughter. You will be missed; but I am glad that I was lucky enough and blessed to have known such a warn, kind man! You are loved!!! Thank you for your dedication to this country as well. My heart goes out to “Aunt” Lillian, she remains in our hearts and prayers during this difficult time. Love you both, Kimberly (Bittner, daughter of Nancy Taylor), Jason, Taylor Wallingford

  2. Yvonne Dick on September 6th, 2012 4:11 pm

    Tony was a good family friend. I have known Tony and Lil since I was little through my grandparents (Rudy & Fran Stefanko). My heart goes out to Lil and to those special people helping her get through this. Tony was a wonderful man who was very kind. We received gifts from Tony and Lil but I will always remember the cute little bench they gave me. It is still there in my childhood bedroom. I have moved away and gotten married but one day I will be able to bring that bench with me and its memories to my own home. I am very appreciative of the kind words written above and some I did not even know about this great person. I will be donating to the Disabled American Veterans on his behalf. Grateful thanks to Tony and all those who have served our country and who continue to do so. All my love, thoughts and prayers. Yvonne (Kwiatkowski)

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