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Frieda Rosloniec

March 12, 1927 - May 12, 2020
Grand Rapids, MI



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St. Alphonsus Capital Campaign Fund
224 Carrier St NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49505
(616) 451-3043
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Ball Park Floral
8 Valley Ave.
Grand Rapids, MI 49504
(616) 459-3409
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Life Story / Obituary


ROSLONIEC, FRIEDA MAE (Torrey) aged 93 went to be with her Lord and Savior on May 12, 2020. She was preceded in death by her loving and devoted husband Henry in 2009, an infant son, her parents William and Henrietta Torrey, a brother Donald James, her sister Norma and her son, and members of her Anthony and Rose Rosloniec in-law family. Frieda is survived by her daughters and their families - Jacquelyn (Jules) Bush, Laurajean (David) Witt, Mary Kay (Craig) Zahrt, all of Grand Rapids, Angela (James) Arnold of Ft. Wayne, IN, Rose Marie Rosloniec (fiancée Brian Klebba), of Grand Rapids, Catherine Ann Rosloniec of Stuart, FL, and Paula (William) Lewkowski of Grand Rapids. Grandchildren; Jennifer (Seth) Davis, Rachel Kolenda (Dan Sears), Paul Wm. Bush, Emily Witt, and Nicholas, Abigail, and Megan Lewkowski. Great grandchildren; Kole and Sydney Davis, and Olivia Sears, one niece and her family, brother-in-law Florian Rosloniec, and several in-law nieces and nephews and their families, and several cousins. Frieda was a former Eucharistic Minister at St. Bernard's Church in Irons, MI. She was a retiree of the Kent County Health Department. She was an avid knitter, deer huntress, crossword puzzle enthusiast, and bingo player. A private funeral service will be held at the Heritage Life Story Funeral Home - Alt & Shawmut Hills Chapel with burial in Holy Cross Cemetery. Frieda's family extends their heartfelt gratitude for the care she received at St. Ann's Home during the last two months. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the St. Alphonsus Capital Campaign Fund would be appreciated.