PRZEWORSKI CLELAND MARGARET (Nee KRIVANEK) 93, of Las Vegas, Nevada formerly of Highland Twp., MI passed away on December 16, 2012. Margaret was born in Detroit, Michigan to the late Robert and Frances Krivanek. Margaret enjoyed her involvement with Church of the Holy Spirit in Highland, MI before moving to Las Vegas. She also enjoyed baking and spending time with her family and friends. She was predeceased in death by her husbands Thomas Cleland and Raymond Przeworski; sisters Mary Schaeffer and Eleanor Bugnacki, brother Charles Krivanek; daughter, Patricia Dalton; granddaughter, Amanda Wiland; and step-sons, Gordon Przeworski and Raymond Przeworski. She is survived by her children Margaret Susan (Terry) Mitchell, Thomas (Catherine) Cleland. Beverly (Steven) Mason; grandchildren Thomas (Susie) Mitchell, April (Christopher) Weathers, Denise Chrysler, Christopher Wiland, Christian Cleland, Leslie (Edward) Yankoski, Jonathan Mason, Nicole (Mohamed) Ibrahim; great-grandchildren Ashley, Broc, and Kyle Ryan, and Trace Mitchell, Matthew and Ryan Weathers, Xavier and Sebastian Chrysler, Hunter Wiland, Haleigh and Steven Yankoski, Moustafa and Mahmoud Ibrahim; step-children MaryAnn Przeworski and Nancy Przeworski; step-grandchildren Sarah (Jamie) Miller, Bethany (Dan) Kashawlic, Aaron Przeworski; David Przeworski, Daniel (Kim) Przeworski; step great-grandchildren Leslie and Tyler Miller, Owen and Jack Kashawlic, Keefer and Crockett Przeworski.A memorial service will be January 10, 2013 10:00 a.m. at St. Anne Catholic Church, 32000 Mound, Warren. A Military burial will be January 11, 2013 at 12 noon for Margaret and Raymond Przeworski at Great Lakes National Cemetery, 4200 Belford Rd., Holly.
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There are angels before you, behind you, above you and below you. The angels have been sent to take you home. You will now be with someone older and wiser who will lead your way. No more worries, no more pain. We are all left with sweet memories of you. Rest in peace beautiful lady.
Tom,Bev and families. We were so honored to have meet you mom this past summer. She was such an incredible person, dignified,warm, and so full of love for her children,grandchildren and great grandchildren. We, along with so many other peoople will miss her, but she is where she belongs now with Our Lord and her family that was waiting to great her.
To Beverly and family, our deepest sympathy. Beverly, who took the utmost wonderful care of your mom for the past 16+ years, I know she will be greatly missed. I loved painting Margaret's clothes and shoes as she was my biggest fan! We would sit out on the patio and talk for hours when I visited. She had a most happy life in Las Vegas. RIP Margaret.
Grandma Barney,your beautiful smile,loving heart,all your laughter,dancing,card games & silly times we have shared will be deeply missed but never forgotten and carried with us always. We sure made some great memories. Some laughing some crying. Remember when you renamed our boy bird? You called her miss Molly :) I would call and talk to you every day and we would say I love you and give kisses over the phone. When you could no longer talk back I still would talk to you and blow my kisses to you. I'm very thankful I had those calls with you, and you will always have a special place with me and my heart. Thank you Grandma for being an amazing person, you taught us all to be like you. To be kind to others, always smile and laugh, have a positive attitude and most of all to ENJOY LIFE. We Love You Grandma. Eddie. Leslie. Haleigh.Steven
Mom we are going to miss you so very much.. You will always be in our HEARTS.. Thank You for being such a Wonderful, Loving MOTHER and GRANDMOTHER... We Love You Mom... OXOX
Our deepest condolences to all the family. As you release her soul to God keep her fond memories in your hearts forever and may God bless you all in your time of sorrow. You are all in our prayers.
Grandma was a very loving and caring women who fought till the end, for she was also a very strong women. We were blessed to have been able to her he in our life. She will be missed but will never be forgotten. Love you Grandma Jonathan and Victoria.