Lois A. Kucharski
Born March 4, 1944
Lois A. Kucharski, age 72, of New Castle, DE, passed away peacefully on Friday, July 29, 2016.
Born in Shenandoah, PA on March 4, 1944, Mrs. Kucharski was a daughter of the late William and Elizabeth Isabelle (Adamaitis) Marchalonis. She made her career as an executive secretary with the DuPont Company, retiring after many years of dedicated service.
Mrs. Kucharski looked forward to visiting Rehoboth Beach with family and friends. In her leisure time, she adored baking delicious homemade treats to share. She will be remembered as a kind and gracious woman who was happiest in the company of her loved ones.
In addition to her parents, Mrs. Kucharski was preceded in death by her first husband, William Mulrine; second husband, Leon B. Kucharski, Sr.; and sister, Dorothy Robinson. She is survived by her sisters, Patricia Mazzola (Louis) of Edgewater, FL and Irene Samply of Richardson, TX; nieces, Kimberly Mazzola, Patrice Guadalupe (Bolivar) and Lori Mazzola-Tanghare (Frank); nephew, William Mazzola (Juli); step children, Leon Kucharski, Jr. (Elaine), Paul Kucharski, Billy Kucharski and Elaine Beardsley; 5 grandchildren; and a host of great grandchildren.
Services will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation, 383 Main Avenue, Norwalk, CT 06851.
9 Condolences for Lois A. Kucharski
Always had a beautiful smile and an iinfectious laugh. She was a lovely person. At last she is pain free and in heaven.
RIP SWEET lady in heaven.
Elaine M Beardsley
Lois you will be Loved and Missed so much.
Lee and Chris Eaton
To Lois’ family,
We loved Lois and Cookie, both. There’s a hole in our hearts because we lost such dear friends. There are many memories of such good times we shared.
With our deepest sympathy,
Lee and Chris
Such a beautiful soul. When all those great memories everyone has of this dear lady appear in days to come, there will only be smiles. What better tribute is that!
Dave and Barbara Paulish
We miss you dear friend but will remember all the fun times we had and now I get to talk to your daughter.
What a sweet person and great neighbor….she would hang a goodie bag early in the morning on my fence….which always full of surprises….she will be missed…but I know she is in a better place ….and I am positive her and cookie are telling stories and jokes to each other…
I knew Lois from our days at DuPont. Cookie and her were always sweet, loving and kind to me. God bless you with comfort in the days ahead. God’s peace be with them.
It was such a pleasure to meet and take care of such a beautiful lady, never complained and always gave me a smile. Praying for your family God Bless You, Rest In Heaven Lois!