Lillian Josephine (Zalaski) Krinitsky

Born: Mon., Nov. 1, 1926
Died: Fri., Dec. 20, 2019

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Lillian Josephine (nee Zalaski) Krinitsky, 93, passed away peacefully on Friday, December 20, 2019.  She was born November 1, 1926 to the late Anna (Dul) and Joseph Zalaski Sr. and was the widow of the late John Krinitsky.  Lillian attended Terryville High School from which she graduated as the valedictorian of her class in 1944.  After graduation she was employed in the office at The Eagle Lock Company in Terryville, where she met her future husband.  She continued working there until turning her attention to raising her family. She had a keen mind that was interested in so many things and maintained that interest until the end.  She will be deeply missed by those who knew her.
Lillian leaves to remember her, a daughter, Joyce A. Krinitsky, of Terryville, a daughter, Cathryn J. Krinitsky and her husband John Swanke of Terryville and a son, John G. Krinitsky and his wife Wendy of Libertyville, IL, three grandchildren, Nora Krinitsky, Neil (Katherine) Krinitsky, and Drew Krinitsky; and a great-granddaughter, Olivia Krinitsky.  In addition she leaves her brother Joseph Zalaski, Jr., and his wife Lois, of Terryville, a sister, Henrietta Donato, and her husband, Joseph, of Avon, a sister-in-law, Tillie Dziobek of Avon and several nieces and nephews.  She was pre-deceased by her brother Michael. The family would like to thank the staff of Ingraham Manor for their compassionate care. A private memorial will be held at a later date. Donations in Lillian's memory can be made to The Animal Rescue Foundation, 366 Main St, Terryville, CT. 06786.

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Suzanne Duclos
   Posted Sun December 22, 2019
Lillian was one awesome neighbor and friend for over 40 years...I will miss your “watch” of our house for so many years. Loved our phone had a way with words. I remember in the 70’s when our dryer caught fire and we just backed our car up your driveway and ran safely in your house with girls. We love you with all our hearts The Duclos family

Ernie Hein
   Posted Mon December 23, 2019
My sincere sympathy for the loss of your mother, My thoughts are with you .

Mark Grodecki
   Posted Tue December 24, 2019
Mark and I are so very sorry for your loss. Mrs. Krinitsky was such a kind person. Loved her Christmas cards, she always added a funny line or two. Please know we keep you all in our hearts and prayers. We will light a candle for her at our church.

With deepest sympathy,
Mark and Maryann Grodecki, SC

Julie Miceli Devoid
   Posted Wed December 25, 2019
My dearest Cioci Lil....
I am so glad we were able to have lunch and that you were able to come visit and have our lemon cake. You were always so witty and I loved hearing all your stories. Now you are back with your dear husband and your best friend. Say hello to Babci for me.
You will be so missed.
Sending my love to Joyce, Kash, and John.

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