Aunt Theresa was a forerunner for women of her time. While employed full time she was an active mother to her only daughter Pauline and a care giver to her father-in-law. Aunt Theresa knew how to life life before her career was interrupted by physical conditions-she traveled to places most of us only dreamed of at the time, she held poker parties when other women were not even aware of the game. She drove the biggest, baddest cars you could imagine for a woman (now they are referred to as "boats"). Aunt Theresa may be gone but her spirit of fun and adventure lives on in the memories of those of us who knew her and loved her.
My aunt Theresa was a beautiful woman, inside and out. I am sure she is with the angels in heaven and with my uncle Bill now. Will miss them both. May they rest in peace. I will keep the wonderful memories of her in my heart.
Since our founding, the guiding principle of Cichon-Borgosz Funeral Home Inc. has been the commitment to treating each family who comes to us as our own. This is why when choose to invite the families we serve into our home, it is with sincerity, pride, and dedication, we are committed to this time-honored tradition.