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Ruth M. Kosclski

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Ruth Mae Kosclski passed away peacefully on May 24, 2009 in San Antonio at the age of 83. Ruth was born on May 25, 1925 in Maverick, TX. To cherish her memories, she leaves behind two sons, Jimmy and Aubrey Kosclski; two granddaughters and many other relatives and friends. A memorial celebration is scheduled for 11:00 AM on Wednesday, June 3, 2009 at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to a mental health association of your choice.

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  1. Nanny, I still can’t believe your gone. I love you so much and will miss you so much. I will always remember you playing gin rummy with me,cutting your hair, taking you to Baumann’s store, cleaning your house, picking you Indian Paint brushes, putting different fake flowers up around your house, most importantly just talking and visiting with you. You will be missed tremedously alligator and I hope you are in a better place now. LOVE YOU NANNY!

  2. I can remember as far back to when Nanny & PaPa lived in Rockport….we picked blackberries, had picnics in the back yard and went to the shell shop next door. She taught me how to play dominoes and cards and I spent most of my free time at her house watching gameshows. She was really good at The Price Is Right…she said I always bid too high…LOL!! I’ll never forget all the memories that I have shared with her. Nanny has always been there for me through the good and the bad and for that I am eternally grateful! I love you Nanny!!!!

  3. Ruth has been a part of my life and family for many years and I will miss her. She now resides in the House of the Lord and has joined her husband Johnnie and her mother Edna and other loved ones and family members and friends in God’s kingdom. She has no more pain or mental illness to deal with in her new life in heaven. She now has peace and joy to fill her days through out eternity. One day we will all meet again. Ruth was the grandmother of my two daughters, Audrey Ann Kosclski and Suzette Lynn Kosclski-Gibbs. Thank you for all the memories. Mary Kathryn & Leon Magnani

  4. I have fond memories of Grandma Kosclski. Audrey and I would be at her house playing Rummy and had so much fun! May her soul rest in heaven. Love, Brenda McGarity

  5. I wanted to share a few more memories….. Me and my sister going to Nanny’s house everyday after school to get pickles and Dr. Pepper and watch DuckTales! Nanny taking her daily walks up and down the driveway. Nanny making her favorite Pea Salad. Nanny always LOVED ice cream!! Me helping Nanny put up her Christmas tree every year! Nanny used to sit outside and watch me wash my car and dance around. Oh…Nanny loved Liver and Onions, not to mention Daddy getting her a hamburger every Saturday! Nanny used to love to watch the Soaps…General Hosiptal, All My Children, One Life to Live and Loving Nanny would always, always talk and comment about my hair. Good ol’ Country Curl Hair Salon And boy does Nanny love her Couch!! Just wanted to share a few more memories of Nanny.

  6. Audrey, I just wanted to let you know that I’m thinking of you. Remember that God holds us close during times like this. And He won’t ever let us go.

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