Obit: Rembleski, Irene G. (1926 - 2009)
Poster: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Budzinski, Dranginis, Long, Mravik, Person, Rembleski, Wisniewski
----Source: The Star News (Medford, Taylor County, Wisconsin) Thursday,
October 22, 2009, Online Edition
Rembleski, Irene G. (November 24, 1926 - October 20, 2009)
Irene G. Rembleski, age 82, longtime resident of the Gilman area, passed away on Tuesday, Oct. 20, 2009 at the Miller Alternative Care Center in Thorp under the care of Hope Hospice.
A Christian Burial Mass will be held Friday, Oct. 23, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. at SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church in Gilman, with Father John Long officiating. Burial will follow in the parish cemetery. Friends and family may call on Thursday evening from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Gilman Funeral Home, with a 7:30 rosary being recited.
Irene was born November 24, 1926 in Chicago, Ill., the daughter of Stanley and Rose (Dranginis) Budzinski. She moved with her family to Michigan, then Thorp and finally settled in the Hannibal area.
On July 28, 1951, she was united in marriage to Louis Rembleski and they have resided and farmed in the Gilman area since.
Irene was a member of SS. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the Rosary Society. Beside her love of her family, especially her grandchildren, she enjoyed cooking, sewing, gardening and just being with family members.
She is survived by her daughter, Linda (Dale) Mravik of Lublin; two sons, Jerome Rembleski of Thorp and James (Robin) Rembleski of Robinson, N.D.; grandchildren, Carrie Person, Joshua Rembleski, and Michael and Jessica Wisniewski; great-grandchildren, Mariah, Zachary, Ethan, Braeden and Aspen;
plus six stepgrandchildren; 12 step-great-grandchildren; and two brothers, Robert (Rose Ann) Budzinski of Gilman and Henry Budzinski of Mondovi.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Louis in 2000; two children, Kenneth and Rita; and her sister, Margaret.
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