Mrs. Marysia Witowski

  • Born: March 6, 1925
  • Died: November 5, 2013
  • Location: Jacksonville, Florida

Tribute & Message From The Family

Marysia Witowski, 88, beloved mother passed away peacefully in her son's arms on November 5, 2013. She is remembered as a loving wife, mother, and friend. Born in Lvov, Poland, Marysia was educated in Oslo, Norway. She held five degrees, majoring in Pharmacy and Chemistry. She spent most of her life teaching and was fluent in five languages. She is preceded in death by her husband, Bolek S. Witowski and five brothers. She is survived by her son, Thaddeus R. Witowski and her daughter, Mysia T. Burns and son in law, Patrick K. Burns. Prayer services will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2013 at 11:00am at San Jose Catholic Church, 3619 Toledo Road, Jacksonville, Florida.

Condolence & Memory Journal

was a student at christ the king .if right teacher she was wonderful

Posted by steve sapp - jax., FL - student   January 14, 2014

Rick, you are in my prayers during this difficult time. I know you will miss your mom, but at least you know that you did everything for her , she could not have had a better son. Take care.

Posted by Denise Ketchman - Jacksonville, FL - Friend   November 18, 2013

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow,
Remember the good and happy times you had with your wonderful Mother.
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.

Posted by The Higdon Family    November 08, 2013

Marysia you will always be in our hearts,you are a wonderful person and will truely be missed.

Posted by ALISHA SANCHEZ - jacksonville, FL - Baptist Primary Care   November 08, 2013

Sending warm and caring wishes to you on
the loss of your dear Mother. Heartfelt thoughts
and prayers to all of you at this sad time.

Love, Bob and Sally

Posted by DR. Bob and Sally Burns - Omaha, NE - Father and Mother-in Law   November 08, 2013

Dear Mysia,
The love of your mother will always be near you. Please keep her in your prayers especially when giving thanks and praise to God for all you have been given. We are so glad we were able to meet her at your wedding. You are as beautiful as she was. We will have special hugs for you the next time we meet.
Liz and Chuck

Posted by Liz Burns - Cape Girardeau, MO - sister-in-law   November 08, 2013

Marysia will stay in my heart forever. She was very dear to me and helped me a lot through hard times. She will always be remembered as a strong and wonderful woman.

from: your Robertino.

Posted by Robert Klejc - jacksonville, FL - family friend   November 07, 2013

Marysia has made it to her forever home in heaven for that I am certain. She touched my life more than I can say, for that I am blessed! To have had her as friend the past 13 years -WOW! Just know that these last few months all she would tell me is how thankful she was for such a wonderful and loving son. She could not praise you enough Richard, always remember that! I hope that I brought her some sunshine like she brought me. What a WOMAN she must have been in her younger years! To have gone thru all she did and still have so much love and compassion in her heart. She never let her faith waiver, she knew Jesus and our Blessed Mary. She prayed for me and I for her. Rest in peace Marysia, I will always remember your love and kindness. I look foward to the day when I get to give you a big Texas Hug in Heaven!! Love, Janet

Posted by Janet Rybak - Houston, TX - Special Friend   November 07, 2013

I was blessed to know Mrs Witowski for many years as I work with her son. She was always trying to help other and very friendly. I talked with her at length on several occasions and she really had an eventful life...mostly helping others. Rest in Peace Mrs Witowski!

Richard, your mother loved you so much. She always wanted the best for you. Please be strong so that her soul can rest in peace.

Posted by Robert - FL - Friend   November 07, 2013

Although I did not know Mrs. Witowski, I know she raised a wonderful daughter. Our hearts go out to you, Mysia and to the family. Keeping you all in my thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Francine Gobeille - Jacksonville, FL   November 07, 2013

The Woodbury family wishes to extend our deepest sympathy for the loss of the family's beloved wife, Mother, teacher, friend. May God hold you all in his arms in this time of grief. Much Love, Michaelle & Terry Woodbury

Posted by Michaelle Woodbury    November 07, 2013

The Funeral Director and staff of Arlington Park Funeral Home would like to extend our deepest sympathy during this difficult time.

Posted by Joshua White and Charlotte Francis - Jacksonville, FL - Funeral Directors   November 06, 2013