JARZAB, Melanie (nee LeRoy). Age 46. Beloved wife of Christian. Loving daughter of William (deceased) and Kathleen. Dear daughter-in-law of Melody and Jerry Dobrowski and Randy and Kathy Jarzab. Dearest step-sister of Jackie, Joshua, Megan, Jared and Cassie. Dear niece of Lauren LeRoy (deceased).
VISITATION, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8 FROM 4-8 PM AT THE ZABOR FUNERAL HOME, 5680 PEARL ROAD, PARMA, (between Ridge and Snow). Please join the family for the Funeral Service, Wednesday morning at 11:00 AM at The Zabor Funeral Home. Interment, Brooklyn Heights Cemetery.
If desired, in lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Cleveland APL, 1729 Willey Ave., Cleveland, OH 44113. To offer online condolences, please visit www.ZaborFH.com.
Messages of Condolence
Melanie,my niece, I always loved you since the day you were born. We were close for many years and we have so much history together.The last few years, we grew apart. I have always loved you and I never stopped.i always kept you tucked away in my heart, where you will always stay. .Love your Aunt Cheryl ♥️
Melanie,my niece, I always loved you since the day you were born. We were close for many years and we have so much history together.The last few years, we grew apart. I have always loved you and I never stopped.i always kept you tucked away in my heart, where you will always stay. .Im glad that I had 35 years with you. Love you forever, Aunt cheryl ♥️
I am so sorry to hear that Melanie has passed. I lived with Melanie 33 years ago for a time. She was always a ray of sunshine. I’m sorry that I am hearing of this after the services, but you have my condolences and prayers for peace and comfort for all who loved her.
Melanie was my first cousin. We grew up together, potty trained next to each other, celebrated our birthdays and holidays together growing up, and had a lot of laughs along the way. I can still see that little girl playing with her dolls to lining her heavy metal tapes up on her dresser as a teen to having her first apartment. We spent every weekend together at our Grandparents house. When we weren’t together we were on the phone or writing letters to each other. I still remember a letter coming when we were 12 that had a piece of chocolate gum in it she knew I just had to try. I am the keeper of her youth as she was mine. I can’t tell a story about my childhood without her in it. No matter what has happened in our lives I love you and miss you. I am beyond distraught that we will never ever be able to talk again or reminisce about growing up. I wish things could have been different at the end of her life between us. We had a horrible fight and stopped talking. I thought we would find our way back to each other. I also thought we had more time and would grow old together. I will hold you in my heart and in my memories until the day I die. I hope one day to see you again.