Agnes M. Zalewski

Born: Wed., Feb. 8, 1950
Died: Fri., Dec. 9, 2016

Celebration of Life

2:00 PM Sat., Dec. 17, 2016

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   Agnes "Aggie" Mary Zalewski, 66, of Quincy, lost her battle with cancer at 6:05 a.m. Friday (December 9, 2016) in the Sycamore Healthcare Center.

   Born February 8, 1950, in Chicago, Aggie was the daughter of Leo and Veronica Czyl Zalewski.

   Aggie attended Queen of Peace High School in Oak Lawn, Illinois, and Dominican College in Racine, Wisconsin.  She lived around the country but found her forever home in Quincy in 2004.  Aggie loved to laugh, enjoyed playing bingo and "quarter madness" and loved being around people.  She was very artistic and talented in many areas and will be missed by many.

   Aggie had been employed as an Administrative Assistant at the Hopewell Clinic in Quincy for several years, until her retirement in 2014.

   Aggie is survived by her sister, Gloria Ciametti (Vince) of Nixa, MO, and many cousins and friends.  She was preceded in death by her parents and her nephew, Timmy Ciametti.

   Cremation rites have been accorded to Aggie.

   A Celebration of Aggie's Life will be held Saturday afternoon (December 17, 2016) at 2:00 at The Quincy Serenity Club, 901 South 8th Street, Quincy.

   Memorials may be made to the Agnes Zalewski Memorial Fund.

   Arrangements are in the care of Zehender Robinson Stormer Cookson Funeral Home.

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Tracey Altgilbers
   Posted Sat December 10, 2016
I'm so sorry to hear of Aggie's passing. While I met her through my place of employment we became friends once she started working at Hopewell Clinical. She made me laugh all the time and whatever I needed she dropped things and found an answer for me. RIP Aggie!

Orlando (Lon) Colamatteo
   Posted Sun December 11, 2016
Aggie was a source of enjoyment and laughter for any who met her...including me. She will be missed.

Maureen Kaniewski
   Posted Sun December 11, 2016
Dear Gloria, My condolences on the passing of your sister. Having lost two of my sisters, I know what a hole in your heart this will create. God will give you the grace to remember all the good times you shared together and Agnes will be your guardian for the rest of your life.

Jim & Ellen Riggenbach
   Posted Sun December 11, 2016
Dear Gloria,
We are so sad to hear of Aggie's passing. Aggie has been a wonderful friend since our days at Dominican College. She was there for our wedding and the birth of our children. Thinking of Aggie and our times together brings a smile to our face.
All our love,
Jim & Ellen Riggenbach

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