Stanley J. Kulesza
Kulesza, Stanley J. Of 6530 Sebert Ave., beloved husband of Bertha ( nee Rowinski ), dear father of Genevieve Garczynski, Leo, Marion and the late Edward, and grandfather, brother of Frank in Massachusetts. Friends received at Mosinski Funeral Home, 3675 E. 65th St. Funeral Monday Sept 4 at 9am., St. Stanislaus at 9:30am. Burial Calvary Cemetery.

Source: Plain Dealer, Sept 3, 1961. Cleveland Necrology File, Reel #127.

Bronislawa Kulesza
wife of Stanley J.

Source: Cleveland Press 12 Mar 1982, pg. 11 sec. C

Leo R. Kulesza
beloved husband of Marilyn ( nee Zielinski ), beloved father of John ( Stella ), Karin McConneghy ( Robert ), Mark ( Sharon Novak ), beloved gradnfather of Robert and Chad McConneghy and lauren Kulesza, dearest brother of Marion, Genevieve Garczynski and the deceased Edward. We love you, and we miss you. May God protect you, and grant you peace. Funeral Services wednesday, May 10, 9:00am at the Komorowski, a Golden Rule Funeral Home, 4105 E. 71 St. and Immaculate Heart of Mary Church at 9:30am. Interment calvary Cemetery. Visiting hours Tuesday 2-4 and 7-9pm.

Sources: Cleveland Plain Dealer, May 9, 1995, page 6B.

Marilyn J. Kulesza
( nee Zielinski ) beloved wife of Leo, dearest mother of John, Karin McConneghy, and Mark, dear grandmother of Robert and Chad McConneghy, and Lauren, dear sister of the late Alice Minc. Funeral services Saturday, May 29, 10:30am at Komorowski a Golden Rule Funeral Home, 4105 E. 71 St., and Immaculate Heart of Mary Church 11am. Interment Calvary Cemetery. Visiting hours friday 2-4 and 7-9pm.

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer, May 28, 1993, page 12C.

Frank Kulesza, 82
of 49 Perry Ave. died today in St. Vincent Hospital. Mr. Kulesza was a wire drawer at Worcester Works, U.S. Steel Corp., for 31 years. He retired in 1957. He leaves his widow Mrs. Rozalia ( Samsel ) Kulesza; a daughter, Mrs. Jane Gutowski of Worcester; a brother Ignacy Kulesza in Poland, and two sisters, Katarzyna, widow of Czeslaw Cichowski and Rozalia, widow of Pawel Zengota, both in Poland. Mr. Kulesza was a past president of the Henryk Sienkiewicz Society of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America Lodge 713, a member of the Polish Naturalization Independent Club, United Steelworkers of America, AFL-CIO Local 1885, and was a sexton at Our Lady of Czestochowa Church. He was born in Lomza, Poland, a son of Jozef and Franciska ( ZVsk ) Kulesza and came here in 1910. The funeral will be held Thursday from Henry Funeral Home, 33 Ward St., with a Mass at 9am in Our Lady of Czestochowa Church, 34 Ward St. Burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home are 7 to 9 tonight and 2 to 4 and 7 to 9pm tomorrow.

Source: Worcester Telegram, Tuesday Dec 2, 1975

Marion S. Kulesza
Marion Stanley Kulesza, age 91, was born in Monessen, PA to Stanley and Bronislawa ( Rowinska ) Kulesza on July 5, 1918 and passed on Dec 17, 2009. At an early age he moved to Cleveland, Oh with his parents and now deceased brothers Edward and Leon ( Marilyn Zielinski) and deceased sister Genevieve ( Lou Garczynski). A graduate of East Technical High School in Cleveland, he was employed by and retired from Ohio Magnetics in Maple Hts., OH where he was a machinist, labor union representative and later promoted to management. He enjoyed woodworking projects as a hobby. Marion was married to Martha T. Dombrowski, in St. Stanislaus Church in June 1947, daughter of Frank Koney ( Konieczny ) and Florence Jaroszewski married to Thomas F. Dombrowski, and she now survives him along with daughters Kathy ( Chuck) Gies and Carol ( Bruce) Buncher, grandchildren Paul ( Katherine Luke) Gies, Cinthia ( Andrew ) Simmons, Kelly ( Buncher) Gezymalla, Stacy ( Vince) Justine, Jennifer Buncher, great-grandchildren Allison and Madison. He also leaves nephews John and Mark and nieces Maryllin and Karin and more family to mourn his passing. He has gone to eternal life in Christ while residing in hospice after a short illness and will be laid to rest at Calvary Cemetery in Cleveland after funeral services at Golubski Funeral Home, 5986 Ridge Rd, Parma, OH. Memorials may be made to St. Stanislaus Shrine at East 65th and Forman Aves in Cleveland, Ohio in lieu of flowers.

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer, Dec 19, 2009.

Mark Alan Kulesza
MARK ALAN KULESZA January 16, 1960 - November 2, 2012. Best Friend, Loving Brother, Awesome Uncle. "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." -2 Timothy 4:7

Source: Plain Dealer December 2, 2012