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To Life – La Chaim!

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Donna O’Donnell Figurski

And to death … well, my father-in-law, Hank (Henry) Figurski, did it with grace and dignity.

On January 5th, we said our final farewell to Hank. It was bittersweet. He lived a very long, fulfilled life. He lived surrounded by the love of his family – his sons, his grandchildren and great grandchildren and his brothers and their families. He lived with the dream of someday being reunited with the love of his life, Lydia, in what he believed was the afterlife. We will miss the man that we loved, but his memory will live on in our hearts and our minds.

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Comments on: "To Life – La Chaim! . . . . . . . Hank Figurski Memorial" (12)

  1. Rest in Peace Hank.

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  2. Such a sweet photos.

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  3. Valmai Mucklow said:

    RIP Hank! Happy forever after.

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  4. So sorry for you loss to you and your family Donna. Prayers be with you.

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  5. lee staniland said:

    So sorry for our loss but I’m sure he is in a much better place. ❤

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  6. My sympathies to you and your family at the loss of your father in law. His memory will live through all of you. What a testament it will be. It sounds like he was loved very much.

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