MILAUSKAS, Cecilia A. (nee Simon) Age 91, joined her beloved husband Joseph in heaven on October 2nd, 2012, one week shy of her 92nd birthday. Cherished mom of Joseph, Nancy Madej (Steve). Treasured grandma of Matthew, Justin and Samantha. Dear sister of Anne, Dorothy, Josephine and the following deceased; Richard and Bill. Dear aunt and friend of many. Her kindness, generosity and selflessness will never be forgotten. She will be missed and remembered by the many lives she touched.
Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, October 6 10am at St. Bridget of Kildare. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. Visitation Friday 2-4 and 6-9 at Zabor Funeral Home 5680 Pearl Rd. Parma (between Ridge and Snow).
Messages of Condolence
You are a very dear, sweet and caring Aunt who is always loving to the Milauskas and Simon families. I am sure Uncle Joe has re-united with you and that smile of yours is beaming across. I picture the two of you doing the chicken the dance right now on a beach in Hawaii.
You had style and grace and every Christmas season we couldn’t wait to receive your Christmas card becoming a part of our family tradition. I still have the Christmas ornaments you made for me in the 70’s and reminsce about our trips to Nova, OH.
We have another angel in heaven to look over us and believe me I need all the help I can get some times. Until I see you again, you will be in my prayers, memories and family traditions.
Joe and Nancy : You are in my thoughts and prayers. Aunt Cele was a wonderful aunt and a very loving sincere person. She was always gracious and pleasure to be around. I know you are feeling the loss, but she left you with some wonderful mememories — hold on to them
Love, Patty and Jacob – Columbia Station Oh
Joe, Nancy, Steve, Matt, Justin and Samantha, I know the heartache you are feeling right now, I lost my Dad and still think alot about him and feel the pain.. Like they say, it gets a little bit easier but you never really get over the loss. All of you are in my and Amanda’s prayers, we feel the heartache and pain maybe not to the extent you do, but we feel for you. Aunt Cele was always a blast to be around she could talk your ear off but you liked to listen to her. She will be missed by all, but you will have ALL the GREAT MEMORIES of your MOM and they will last FOREVER… God Bless and we will be praying for you to get through this tough time….
I will miss my dear Aunt Cele but when I do I will bring up the memories of her smile when I opened my door to welcome her in for a family New Year’s gathering or picture her laughing with the other SImon sisters sitting around the table. A more generous person I have never known. She never forgot to send a birthday or Christmas card and I never left her house without some little item she found in her shopping escapades with Nancy that she thought I would like. Joe and Nancy, it was a joy to know such a good natured happy person like your mom and you were blessed with a mother who devoted her life to you and your dad and your home. Take comfort that she lived a long life and is smiling again with your dad at her side from heaven. God bless and hugs to you. Love Laurie and Tony
Dear Milauskas Family,
I am so sorry to have read of your loss. Please accept my sincere condolences. Something that I have personally found to be of great comfort is what the Bible says at John 5:28,29 as well as Revelation 21:4. In these verses we see that soon God is going to bring about a resurrection of our loved ones as well as do away with all causes we have for suffering including sickness and death. Knowing this has always comforted me and it is my sicnere hope that these thoughts comfort your family as well. Again I am so sorry for your loss.
Dear Joe, Nancy and family,
I am so very sorry to have heard that your mom has left this earth, my deepest sympathies! Cecelia was such a kind and dear woman and I will miss our occasional conversations about one thing or another. As a council representative, I meet and speak with many, many people, but Cecilia was a favorite of mine, she was so charming and a true delight! May she rest in peace and my deepest sympathies to you in this difficult time! I feel blessed to have known her and she touched my life (and I assume many lives) in a wonderful way. God bless her.
Parma City Councilwoman, Ward One
SOOOOOO Jealous! I would’ve loved to be a pigeon in your wdionw watching Audrey and Anna experience the same Hancock Christmas that I remember (except actually in December). And something about Audrey makes it even more memorable so often when I see photos of her it’s like looking at old photos of me. Am anxiously waiting for February.