In Memory

Coni Pytleski (Moss)

Coni Pytleski (Moss)



 
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03/20/18 10:19 AM #1    

Sharon Rinn (Newburg-Rinn)

Coni and I lived around the corner from each other when I was on Gertrude Street up through 6th grade.  We had a lot of fun in the neighborhood, and it was especially neat that we were across a shared alley. She was always full of fun and ideas for new activities.  Thinking warm thoughts for her and her family.

Sharon (Rinn) Newburg-Rinn.


03/20/18 12:15 PM #2    

Lorraine Yungkans (Yungkans)

Coni was my fashion maven when we were in high school.  I remember us wearing all grey one day.  Grey cashmere (blend of course) sweaters, short grey skirts,.  That is as far as my failing memory goes.  She was a fun gal.

 


03/20/18 01:53 PM #3    

Paul Eisenberger

Where do you start.  Coni was a force to be reckon with, all in great ways.  She was compassionate, generous and certainly a leader. I loved the reunion golf day that she loved and help organize.

From Whitmore Bolles to Edison and Edsel Ford Coni was always there.  Going to Edsel Ford I'd walk up Alice to Outer Drive and she would join me walking to Edsel Ford.  Great discussions and a wonderful lady.

She came down to Dallas several times to stay and visit both Marty and myself.  We always enjoyed her and all the conversation of our years growing up and sharing life in Dearborn.

We she and Charles got married, she was so happy. To Charles and the rest of Coni's family, we send our feelings of loss and love. 

I loved her for being her and will always have her in my heart. 

Paul and Marty Eisenberger


03/22/18 07:42 PM #4    

Ellen Smith (Boyer-Hill)

Coni was one of a kind. Beautiful inside and out. Always looking at the good in everything and every one. She was a delightful person. My prayers for her family and the many who loved her. Rest in peace, dear friend

03/22/18 09:48 PM #5    

Connie Cieslowski (Zielinski)

After 57 years, Coni has a presence in our class.  She is one of a kind.  I had the pleasure of having lunch with her about 3 years ago. What a delight.  Some individuals are so memorable to us.  Coni is definitely such a person.  Coni and I share a name, a birth month and regretably a disease.  May God's blessings be with Coni's family.  May God's love be with her.


03/23/18 01:40 PM #6    

Joan Lang

Coni surely was a bright spirit! After the Reunion, we became FB friends, and so I knew something of her life, kids, grandkids, and how dearly she was loved. She fought a brave fight with her terminal cancer, to the end. She will be lovingly remembered and sorely missed. R.I.Pl


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