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Obituary of Christine H. Radwan
Christine H. Radwan was a stunning, loving woman with an equally loving soul. Her dedication to her family and those around her were unmatched by anyone. Chris was born on August 8, 1945, to Max Baszczynski and Eugenia Halor, in Buffalo, New York. Chris was a loving and devoted wife for 57 years to her husband, Stan. For a time, she lived beside Stan’s sister’s house and babysat his nephew. The first time Stan saw Chris, she had rollers in her hair, and he thought she was simply gorgeous. They finally met at the Chopin Singing Society, and fell instantly in love, marrying a year later. Eventually, Chris gave birth to their three beautiful daughters: Susan, Jennifer, and Rachel. Chris did everything for her children. When her family expanded to include her grandchildren and great-grandchildren, they became her world-she was always thinking of them in everything she did. An adventurous and dedicated spirit, Chris was a woman of many talents. She was a great cook and a terrific baker. Stan would love it when she would bake her delicious orange cookies. When Chris was not cooking or baking, she enjoyed knitting. She made prayer shawls for veterans as well as caps and blankets for hospital maternity wards and friends with their own children. She held a passion for reading, and playing card games, and becoming a well-versed player of dominoes at the expense of her grandchildren. Above all, Mimi will be missed for her giving and compassionate nature, and as she said "All we take with us, is the love of those we leave behind." Radwan, Christine H. (nee Baszczynski) February 3, 2022 of Angola, NY. Beloved wife of Stanley P. Radwan; devoted mother of Susan Schneggenburger, Jennifer (William) Boyle, and Rachel Radwan; cherished grandmother of Timothy (Melysa), Samantha (Justin), William (Jessica), Sarah, Stacy, Allison, Lee, and Joshua; loving great-grandmother of Carter, Evelynn, and Magnolia; dear sister of the late Robert Baszczynski and late Maxine (Jerome) Grasso; also survived by nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial at Most Precious Blood Church 22 Prospect Ave. Angola, NY on Tuesday at 12 Noon. Please assemble at church. They are encouraged to attend the entombment at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Roswell Park Alliance Foundation. Arrangements by LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, INC. 716-627-2919. Please leave online donations and condolences at www.LakesideFuneralHome.com.
Mass of Christian Burial
Tuesday, February 8, 2022
Most Precious Blood Church
22 Prospect St.
Angola, New York, United States
Please assemble at Church.
Tuesday, February 8, 2022
3063 Harlem Rd.
Cheektowaga, New York, United States
Friends invited to attend.