Thursday, October 28, 2021, 4:00-7:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Randall Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, 416 Liberty St., Jamestown, PA
Mass of Christian Burial:
Friday, October 29, 2021, 11:00am
St. Patrick Roman Catholic Church
6397 OH-87, Kinsman, OH
Father Michael A. Mikstay, Capt. CHC, USN Ret., as celebrant
Burial with committal prayers will be in Park Lawn Cemetery
Beatrice Mary Kitko Slywczak, age 97, formerly of Jamestown, was peacefully called to eternal life on October 25, 2021 in Conneautville, PA.
She was born March 11,1924, in Greene, OH to Steve and Susie (Stroker) Kitko into a loving family of Slovak immigrants who settled in Madera, PA. In 1948 she married Harry Slywczak and became a lifelong resident of Jamestown, Pa. During WWII, Beatrice was a "Rosie the Riveter", wiring at Packard Electric in Warren, OH. Beatrice was a communicant of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Kinsman, OH. She spent enjoyable time visiting family, working craft fairs with sister Margaret, reading, selling Avon, and doing the crossword puzzle with Harry.
Surviving children are Joan (Peter) Petersen of Maine, Susan Kotula of W. Springfield, Karen Slywczak of Espyville, Ellen (Mike) Ruddy of Florida, twins Jean Malarik of Hermitage and Gene H. of Jamestown, grandson, whom she helped raise, Gene A. (Mark) of Sharpsville and other grandchildren Jessica, Katrina, Tristan, Brandon, Remy,7 great-grandchildren and two sisters, Margaret Stanhope of Kinsman and Pittsburgh and Lucille Huston of Wellsville,OH. Beatrice was predeceased in death by her husband, brothers Joseph, Adam, Frank, David, Matthew and sisters Ellen and Pam.
Jean sorry for your loss.. Prayers
My thoughts go out to the family of Beatrice. I’ve always thought the name, Beatrice was such a beautiful name and appointed to a wonderful person. I remember meeting Beatrice a couple of times when I was very young–not even in school yet. I vividly remember my sister Agnes taking me to visit Beatrice when she and her husband lived in a large converted schoolhouse. At the time, I thought it odd but it is very chic today–to convert abandoned schoolhouses into homes. Agnes and Beatrice each was married to brothers, Joseph and Harry, respectively. The only conversation I remember between them is they seemed to be lamenting living each with one of the brothers. I was probably only 3 or 4 but remember Beatrice from that visit. May Beatrice rest in peace.
Susan, so sorry for your loss. I know that you treasured your Mom.
Bill and I send our deepest sympathy to you and your family.
Sorry for your loss Gene. My prayers go out to you and your family. I
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Ellen and family, our sincerest condolences, altho we never met your mom her story was beautiful and heart warming. I can relate as my mom just passed last year at age 95. May your mom rest in peace.
Love to you all, Maggie and Kevin in California.
So sorry for your loss Gene I enjoyed taking care of your mom for awhile, she was a sweet , kind, woman! Prayers to you and your sisters!
With sympathy for the loss of your Mother and grandmother , Karen and Roberta Floch
Jean so sorry for your loss
Susan, my deepest sympathy to you and your family. It’s difficult to lose a parent, especially a mom. Cherish the memories
I had the pleasure of caring for your mother Beatrice, she was a wonderful person and we had a special bond, I’ll miss her so much!
Ashley Gabel (2nd shift CNA)
Karen sorry to hear about your mom. Yes it does leave a hole that never can be filled. You were a great daughter to her and showed her love and compassion. May God help you and many prayers are coming.your way. Miss seeing you
Always a loving giving home full of love and fun. I am sure she gave you all a lifetime of beautiful memories to sustain you through your loss. God Bless your family.