- 86 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 15, 1928
- Date of passing: Apr 5, 2014
|Love and memories last forever...|
Elizabeth Rose Kirby, (nee Kuhar), age 86, passed away on April 5, 2014.
Elizabeth is survived by her daughter Judith Kirby, grandchildren Chelsea, Robert, Jr., Seth, and Sydney.
Also survived by brother George Kuhar, caregivers and nieces Rosemary Locklear, Sharon Cooper, Donna Mullen and many more nieces and nephews.
Family and friends are invited to her visitation and service Thursday, April 10 from 5-7 pm at FERTIG FUNERAL HOME, 63 N. Main St., Mullica Hill, NJ 08062. Interment private.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Manor Care 378 Fries Mill Rd., Sewell, NJ 08080
"Thanks, Aunt Liz, for all the memories I have still in my mind and heart of you. To this day, I can still taste that Xmas ham, cole slaw, and keilbasi you used to make at Xmas time back in the day in Port Richmond. I always loved your sense of humor. What fun times they were!! You will be missed and thought of often. Mom will be waiting for you, I am certain!!!"
"My thanks to those who supported my mother during her final years."
"Aunt Liz, I have so many fun and happy memories of you from the time I was a little girl. You let Sharon and I do anything we wanted, from playing shoe store and taking all of your shoes out of the closet and lining them up on the stairs even though you were our only customer, to dressing Busy Body the dog up in doll clothes and pushing him around your house in a coach. All the way up to the blast we had in Vegas a few years ago. You always made me laugh and enjoyed a good laugh yourself. The sisters are back together again having fun in heaven I am sure,.If it weren't for you, I would never have met my best friend. For that I thank you ! God Bless, you will be missed.. Love, Kathy, Joe and Lindsey"
"Aunt Liz, thanks you for sharing so many memories with me, most of them still making me laugh when I think back. Our late-night talks about, well, everything will stay with me forever, and your insight on even the simplest of things was unique. There wasn't a day that I spent with you that I didn't smile at something you said or did. I am hoping you are the one smiling now....and, as always, GDLKFKR."
"Our thoughts and Christian prayer is with Liz's daughter Judy Kirby Baranowski Werynski and Liz's four grandchildren Chelsea, Bobby, Seth, and Sydney Baranowski. Liz, you are now in the arms of Our Lord Jesus Christ and your late husband, Tom Kirby. The Murphy, McMonagle and Quinn families."
"Grant that as we grieve we may hold Liz's memory dear, living in hope of your eternal kingdom where you promise to bring us together again.
Till we meet again. Sonny"
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