Anna Mae Kluchonic, 78 passed away peacefully Tuesday, January 7, 2014.
Mrs. Kluchonic was born November 27, 1935 to the late Michael and Mary Kotik in McKee’s Rocks, PA. She was longtime caregiver, working for hospice for many years in New York. Anna loved working in her garden, knitting and spending time with her family. She will always be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and friend. She will be deeply missed. Anna is preceded in death by her husband, George W. Kluchonic, Sr.; son, Charles J. Kluchonic and a brother, Robert J. Kotik.
Left to cherish her memory is: two sons, George W. Kluchonic, Jr. and John S. Kluchonic; three daughters: Rebecca A. Kluchonic, Rosalie A. Long and Roberta A. Glosser and husband Isaac; daughter-in-law, Lisa Kluchonic; two brothers, Mike Kodik and wife Adele and Nick Kotik and wife Shirley; son-in-law, Rick Long and family; seven grandchildren and one great-grandson.
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Lopes and I are sad to hear that Anne passed away earlier this week. I will miss her and especially her great since of humor. She always made me laugh and even though I didn’t get to see or talk to her oher often, when we did, she always put a smile on my face and I knew how much she loved my family and me. We will keep Anne and all of her family in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Julie & Lopes
Dear Kluchonic Family,
My deepest sympathy to all of you as you grieve the loss of your mother. May the memories you have give you great comfort , and with time may you find peace in knowing she is in a far better place.
My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Anne was a wonderful grandmother to Michael and a thoughful and caring friend to me. I miss our phone chats. Now she is in the arms of Jesus! How glorious that must be.
The Bible gives us the wonderful prospect of seeing our loved ones again on a paradise earth. At Psalms 37:9-11 & 29, it gives us the hope of living forever on a paradise earth. It will be a time when Isaiah 33:24 will take place and “no resident will say ‘I am sick.” On this paradise earth, Rev. 21:4 promises us that “death will be no more.” I know this may not relieve your deep grief at this time, but please take faith in God’s promises.