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Agnes T. Wienczkowski

September 7, 2023


Agnes Teresa Wienczkowski born January 19, 1933, died peacefully surrounded by her family on September 7, 2023, at UPMC-Hamot. She was called to be with her husband Frank who left her on August 2, 2023, to celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary on September 14th.

Daughter of the late Anthony and Kunegunda (Walczak) Buczkowski. Preceded in death by her sisters: Pearl (Richard) Hardner, Theresa (Ronald) Ebert, Veronica Buczkowski, brothers: Louis (Marilyn) Buczkowski and Leonard Jerome Buczkowski.

Survived by her daughters: Rebecca Sienkiewicz, Susan (Anthony) Mazzone, Janice (Todd) Barclay and Marcia (Mark) Popovich.

Grandchildren: Danielle (Aaron) Badjay, Anastasia (Derek) Sauers, Rachel Prindle, Colin and Josie Barclay and Michael Popovich.

Great grandchildren: Aiden and Lily Sauers, Owen Stearns, Jackson Prindle, Alastor and Atticus Badjay.

Special nieces: Cindy (Kenneth) Sklanowski and Carolyn (Dave) Lewis.

Brother-in-law: Robert Wienczkowski.

"Nana" was the Matriarch of the family, always there to take charge and help all of her family. She took all of the family on the numerous trips to Cook Forest State Park for camping expeditions. Always the homemaker she was our family babysitter and never missed the birth of a grandchild or great grandchild. She was the one "in charge" of family events and many family history lessons.

Agnes attended St. Stanislaus school and graduated from East High School. During her high school years she was part of the Ladies Sodality. She was employed as a cashier at Loblaws and worked at Bliley Electric until her children came along. Being a part of St. Stanislaus Booster club, she helped out at many of their family fundraisers. She was also part of St. Stan's Mom's club and sang in the Senior Choir. She attended many of the Mother of Perpetual help prayer services held at St. Stan's. She was very proud of her Polish background and will truly be missed by family and friends. She always attended all of her children's, grandchildren's and great grandchildren's school activities and sports events. She gathered the family for Sunday dinners, enjoyed her travels including going to Philadelphia to see Pope John Paul, II and going to see New York City, San Fransisco, Boston and many other cities.

Relatives and friends may call Monday, September 11, 2023, from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm at Davis-Garr Cremation and Funeral Services, Inc., 459 East 12th Street, Erie, Pa 16503. A prayer service will be held at the funeral home on Tuesday at 9:30 am, followed by a Funeral Mass at St. Stanislaus Church 516 East 13th Street at 10:00 am. Burial will be in Mary, Queen of Peace Cemetery. Please send condolences to:

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September 11, 2023

3:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Davis - Garr Cremation and Funeral Services, Inc

Funeral Mass
September 12, 2023

10:00 AM
St Stanislaus Church (Mass)


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