CLASS 'OF 75 IN MEMORY

Konise Kumiszco (Pierangeli)

Konise Kumiszco (Pierangeli)

Konise Pierangeli
1957 - 2010
Konise Pierangeli, 53, of Kenosha passed away Friday June 25, 2010, at her home.
Born on June 14, 1957, in Kenosha, she was the daughter of the late Constance and Ruth (Slater) Kumiszco. She was educated in the schools of Kenosha and was a graduate of Bradford H.S. She was most recently employed at Ocean Spray. Her hobbies included fishing, biking, gardening, and playing with her grandchildren.
Survivors include two children, Katie (Andrew) Larson of Cannon Falls, Minn., Marcee (Brian) Koci of Kenosha; three sisters, Kathleen (Joe) Britton of Maine, Leah Kumiszco of Kenosha, and Nina Anderson of Delavan, Wis.; and four grandchildren, Seth and Sadie Koci, and Lauren and Carter Larson.
A visitation will be held Tuesday, June 29, 2010, at Kenosha Funeral Services from 10-11 a.m. with funeral services to follow at 11 a.m. In lieu of flowers memorials to the family would be appreciated.
Kenosha funeral Services & Crematory
8226 Sheridan Rd.
Kenosha, WI
(262) 652-1943
www.kenosha-funeral-services.com



 
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06/29/10 10:45 PM #1    

Kris Olsen (Thrailkill)

Konise was a friend to all who met her and her sense of fun and laughter will always be part of her legacy. Konise loved her family beyond words. When I spoke with her a few months ago, she said her greatest joys were her "grandbabies" and spending time with them.

There's more laughter in Heaven now. My deepest regards to her family and loved ones. May God hold you all close at this most difficult time.

 


07/14/10 09:44 PM #2    

Joan Eldred (Elger)

My sincere sympathy to Konise' family. We had some great times in school--Konise was always lively and ready to have fun. I remember how bright she was, and how much she loved being on the swim team. God Bless her always.  Sincerely, Joan


04/13/11 07:33 AM #3    

Michael Aceto

Konice and I dated awhile in Highschool when she worked at McDonals and drove the green mustane convertable. We had a great time together, she was a great person to be with and a very fun loving person.

When we where going out I had mentioned this to my Father, well it turns out that her monther and my fatther had also dated in highschool. Very strange how things like this happens. I'd say if my boys dated one of her girls, that would have been 3 generations of Aceto's that have dated the Kumiszco women. :-)

Then about 15 years after highschool we got back together and we out for awhile. She had 2 very lovely daughters and they where so mall at that time. Took them trick or treating

During the 80's she was very sick and attended UWP, (man she could play tennis) I was with her when she was doing that radiation treatment, that was just awful to go through. Monday hospital, Tuesday sicker then hell, Wednesday back to the hospital for more weekly treatment, Thursday sicker then Hell, Friday and the weekend where just starting to get better.

After she got better we parted waves and a high note, always staying friends. Up till the end of her life it was just so sad when I got back from a trip to her she had died.

I went to the wake and seen her two daughters. I spoke very highly of thier mother and always wished them the best in life, never take anything for granted. Do you best and life goes on.

She will be sadly missed.
 

Ace


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