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Anna (Shusko) Cibulski

Anna CibulskiAnna (Shusko) Cibulski, age 96 of Lost Creek passed away Wednesday at Capital Health Mercer Campus, Trenton, NJ.

Born in Maizeville on October 14, 1914, she was the daughter of the late John and Mary (Semanchik) Shusko.

She was a retired garment worker having worked in the Shenandoah garment industry.

Anna was a member of St. George’s Church, Shenandoah and the ILGWU.

Preceding her in death in addition to her parents were her husband, Stanley J. Cibulski in 1968; three brothers, John, Michael and Stephen Shusko; three sisters, Helen Naspinski, Julia Stiltner and Eva Shusko.

She was the oldest and last surviving member of her immediate family.  Surviving are a son, Ronald Cibulski and his wife Gaynell of Dickinson, TX; three daughters, Antionette Johnston of Pine Grove, Gaynell Mack of Lost Creek and Carol Parris of Trenton, NJ; grandchildren, great-grandchildren, great-great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews and cousins.

Funeral Services will be held on Tuesday at 10:30 am from Walukiewicz-Oravitz Fell Funeral Home, 132 S. Jardin St., Shenandoah.  A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 am in St. Casimir’s Church, Shenandoah.  Rev. Msgr. Ronald C. Bocian, Pastor will officiate.  Interment will follow in Our Lady of Fatima Cemetery, Shenandoah Heights.

Friends may call at the funeral home on Monday evening from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Tuesday morning from 9:00 am to 10:30 am.  The family prefers donations to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, P.O. Box 1000, Dept. 142, Memphis, TN 38148-0142.

Walukiewicz-Oravitz Fell Funeral Home, Shenandoah is in charge of the arrangements. 

Anna (Shusko) Cibulski Has 6 Condolences Posted:

  1. Jerry P says:

    I’m reading the post from Jack and i’m laughing.. My whole life my Grandmother lived in a crooked house ! she moved closer to my aunt in another crooked house ! I remember as a kid walking thru the door and doing a face plant right into the fridge Great Memories !
    I will always remember Granny’s funny comments ! she was a funny lady !.. She also had a strong Belief in god.. She prayed every nite her entire life.. Even on her last day with us all. She was a Saint !
    I miss her and keep her in my thoughts but i know we will meet again

    Jerry P

  2. Jack and Angela Sushko says:

    I remember how much Aunt Ann loved her crossword puzzles. Also she had a ready laugh for all and was the most gracious host. As a kid it was always fun and exciting to go to her house because it was crooked in places and it seemed liked a fun house. She also seemed to go all out in getting food for guests and of course lots of goodies and treats. She also loved to play cards and when she did she went for it and wanted to win. There was one time when my wife and I stayed at her house in the upstairs bedroom you had a tendency to roll almost out of the bed and I ended up in a different bed because of this. Always a unique experience. She will be missed but maybe she’s playing cards in heaven with my dad.
    Jack and Angela Sushko

  3. Joanne and Dave Stacey says:

    I’ll always remember Aunt Ann as being one of the happiest and most welcoming of our relatives. I still remember the house on the hill with the chickens in the back. We were so afraid of those chickens. When I married and had kids of my own, I delighted in taking my family to visit her. She always made each visit memorable. I know there is great rejoicing in heaven now that she is reunited with her brothers and sisters. We will all miss you, Aunt Ann.
    Love and prayers,
    Joanne and Dave

  4. Judy Sushko says:

    I will miss Ann so much. She was not only my Aunt but my godmother.
    The last time that Dad and I visited her we had so much fun in the kitchen and with
    our talks. She was always ready for a good time. I loved her very much and she will always be in my heart.
    Prayers to all the family.

    I am sending something that has helped me since Mom & Dad passed away. Hope it
    will help your family also.

    Remember Me
    Remember me when flowers bloom
    Early in the spring
    Remember me on sunny days
    In the fun that summer brings
    Remember me in the fall
    As you walk through the leaves of gold
    And in the wintertime-remember me
    In the stories that are told
    But most of all remember
    Each day – right from the start
    I will be forever near
    For I live within your heart

    Judith Karen Bulock

  5. Peggy and Lee Bennett says:

    Aunt Ann or “Sweet Pea” as Lee loved to call her was always a ray of sunshine in our lives. We always enjoyed visiting her and taking her to Cracker Barrell. We are so happy we came to visit her in May in New Jersey. She will be sorely missed, but we know she is very happy reunited with her siblings, especially my Dad, John. They were very close, and had a very special brother-sister relationship. Aunt Ann will always be in my heart along with my Mother and Dad.

  6. Alice Susko says:

    Perhaps they are not the stars, but rather openings in heaven where the love of our lost ones pours through and shines down upon us to let us know they are happy.

    I always enjoyed receiving Christmas cards from Anna with a lovely note inside. May she rest in peace.