Celebrating the life of Anna W. Siembab
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Anna W. Siembab 102 passed away peacefully on November 1st at Manor Court of Princeton. Per her wishes cremation rites were accorded. A memorial service will take place Thursday November 9th at 11AM at the Burgess Funeral Home in LaSalle. The Very Reverend Tom Otto Pastor of LaSalle Catholic Parishes will officiate. Burial will follow at St. Hyacinth Cemetery. A memorial visitation will be in the funeral home from 10AM until the time services.
Anna was born on March 27, 1921 in LaSalle, to Roman and Anna (Zintak) Wojciechowski.
She married Edward Siembab on June 29, 1946 at St. Hyacinth Church in LaSalle.
For over twenty years she was a Librarian Aide at Northwest School in LaSalle.
She was member of St. Hyacinth Church. She belonged to St. Hyacinth’s Altar and Rosary Sodality, and a member of the Polish Women’s Alliance of America.
She survived by:
Two Daughters: Lucille (James) Vallero of Dalzell, and Nancy (Jeffrey) Staecker of Washington, IL.
Three Sons: Michael (Patricia) Siembab of Mendota, Paul Siembab of Oglesby, and Steven Siembab of LaSalle.
One Sister: Betty (Norb) Dudek of Utica.
Eleven Grandchildren, Ten Great Grandchildren.
Several nieces and nephews.
She was preceded death by her husband of thirty six years in (1982), Two Brothers, and Three Sisters.
On line condolences may be expressed at www.burgessfh.com
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