Esther Kusmierski Obituary, Esther Kusmierski Has Passed Away - Death Cause

Esther Kusmierski Obituary, Esther Kusmierski Has Passed Away – Death Cause

Esther Kusmierski Obituary, Death – On May 15, 2023, Esther Frances Kusmierski died away in a calm and serene manner. She was one of six children and had a birthday on May 24th, 1923. Her parents were Frances and Constantine (“Gus”) Reda. A loving wife to Ted Kusmierski, she was mother to Sharon Lawson (husband, Chuck Lawson), Theodore Kusmierski (wife, Martha Kusmierski), James Kusmierksi (wife, Lauren Taylor);

grandmother to Tom Ouellette (wife, Suzanne Ouellette), Marcy Burkett (husband, Scott Burkett), Brett and Craig Kusmierski; great-grandmother to Brandon, Ryan, and Colton Burkett, Luc and Nina Ouellette.
At the age of twelve, Esther lost both of her parents. She and her siblings all moved into one flat, and everyone who was able to find employment did so.

They shared expenses for the flat, including the rent, food, and clothing. Her formative years instilled in her an unwavering commitment to her family. Despite being underprivileged, Esther excelled well in school. Her time spent at Camp Blodgett, during which she played the lead role in a play and had the opportunity to showcase her singing abilities, is one of the most cherished memories she has from her childhood.

She was attending a local dance when she ran into Ted, the man who would become her husband of sixty-six years and the love of her life. Esther was left to raise their daughter, work her first job during the war, and buy their first house while Ted was away serving in the military during World War II. Ted was called to duty shortly after the couple got married and had their first child, leaving Esther to raise their daughter, work her first job during the war, and buy their first house next to her sister Bea.

Esther was a devoted partner to her husband in the operation of their prosperous tool and die company, Modern Moulds. She did this while also taking care of their three children and maintaining an immaculate home. As a pair, Esther and Ted loved playing golf, going on vacations, and going to social gatherings and special events hosted by the Die Makers Association (Ted had previously served as president of this organisation).

They made many memories with their children by spending the weekends at family cottages fishing, swimming and grilling, as well as spending time in downtown Grand Rapids visiting museums, watching films and going shopping. She read a lot and was quite active in her church, St. John Vianney in Wyoming, Michigan, where she went to mass on a regular basis. An obituary for Esther:

https://www.mkdfuneralhome.com/…/esther-frances-kusmierski

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