Kathleen M. BOLL (nee Zima) age 67. Beloved wife of Richard J. Jr. for 27 years. Loving daughter of the late Edward and Patricia Zima (nee Zakrzewski). Dearest mother of Bryan (Lisa), step-mother of Christine (Jefty), Kimberly (Fred), Richard III (Angel), Daniel (Lindsay) and David (Carrie). Loving grandmother of 15 and great grandmother of 11. Dear sister of Marylou (Cubby), David (Anne), Genny (Tony), and the late William, Joseph, and Edward (Meni) Zima. Dear aunt and cousin to many. She was with the Polish Legion of American Veterans Roosevelt Chapter 58 for close to 50 years. She held the offices of national, state, and chapter president. And most recently, national VAVS representative. She battled ovarian cancer these last four years. The family would like to send thanks to Metro Hospital Oncology Department and to Holy Family Hospice for their great and loving care.
Visitation, Thursday, October 14, 4-8 PM at The Zabor Funeral Home, 5680 Pearl Rd., Parma (betw. Ridge and Snow). Please Meet the Family at Church for the Mass of Christian Burial, Friday, October 15, 10:00 AM at Saint Bridget of Kildare Parish. Interment, Holy Cross Cemetery.
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Messages of Condolence
My deepest sympathies to Richard and family. May God in His infinite mercy grant you strength and peace in the days ahead. May Kathleen rest in peace with her beloved Mom and Dad. Joan B. Noble, Past National President-Massachusetts
To the Boll and Zima Families, my prayers for all of you during this difficult time. So many fond memories of Kathy. She was so talented. Our team won a few Bowling Trophies years back. I’ll always remember those fun times we had. It was our girls night out.
I was so privileged to see Kathy on Thursday, we talked about the old days, laughed about other things. I told her how much of an impact she had on so many people through her live. Between her large family and the Veterans, through bingo games with the kids, how much of herself she gave to so many, to make their day a little brighter. To show them they mattered and that someone did care. She made a huge impact on me and my family. She fought so hard and will be missed by so many
My deepest sympathies for the void that is now left in everyone’s hearts, that the deepest of oceans would not be able to fill. I hope as time passes there is a shift that allows your pain to transition to a warm feeling and a smile when you recount all your precious memories. God speed to your healing process. I’ll be praying for peace and consolation.
So sorry for your loss. We remember her as a nice ,kind person. May she rest in peace.
Kathy was a wonderful person. Talented, loving and strong.
Prayers and thoughts for the whole family during this difficult time. Many fond memories of Kathy through tracking activities on Facebook to the challenging games of Word with Friends (she pushed me to be better at that), to enjoying her cooking at family events. She will be missed but not forgotten….. Love from Toledo Ohio family Jeff, Laura and Ally Boll
Deepest sympathy, she was a wonderful friend
We are with you in spirit and prayers. Kathy was a generous and loving person. She loved her family and extended family. She is definitely looking down and watching over everyone she loves.
To kathy’s family
I am so sorry for your loss. I remember her in school. My prayers are with you all.