Eleanore Sikorski, 86 of Nanticoke, passed away unexpectedly but peacefully at Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center on Nov. 1, 2013 after a brief illness.
Eleanore was born and raised in Nanticoke. She was the daughter of the late John and Helen Peplinski Wyda. After her retirement from Diamond Vending Company in Wilkes-Barre, she lived out the remainder of her life as a resident of Nanticoke. In her later years, she resided at Guardian Elder Care. Eleanore enjoyed nothing more than spending time with her family and having fun with her many grandchildren.
She will be greatly missed by a surviving family that includes her sister Margaret Cionzynski, Nanticoke; son John and his wife Diane Sikorski, Nanticoke; son Brent Sikorski, Wilkes-Barre; daughter Deborah Robacheski, Kingston; son Robert Sikorski and his wife Amy Lattof, Boyds, MD; daughter Cynthia Sikorski, Naples, FL and her many grandchildren and great grandchildren.
Her family would like to thank the numerous nurses and staff at Guardian Elder Care for the loving care they provided to Eleanore. In addition, a note of appreciation goes to the Geisinger Health Care System and the healthcare professionals who provided excellent medical care and added significant quality to her life.
Family and friends may call Sunday from 3-5 PM at Kearney Funeral Home, Inc., 173 E. Green St., Nanticoke. A graveside committal service will be held in St. Francis Cemetery on Tuesday at 10 AM.
To leave online condolences, please visit our website at www.kearneyfuneralhomeinc.com .
I am so sorry for your loss. Deepest sympathies are extended to your family.Kathy Galli Chupka (over 1 year ago)
Eleanore was a kind and friendly person. Being friends with Debbie and Cindy I remember your Mom always being jolly. Mickey always said she was a good looking lady, her hair was always done and had her makeup on. I didn't see her for many years until recently when I found out she was across the hall from my uncle at Guardian Elder Care. I went in to see her and she said Sharon how are you. She remembered me. We had such a nice talk. I visited her often after that day and also took my grandaughter in to see her and she enjoyed her visit. Eleanore will be missed by all.Sharon Hitzner (over 1 year ago)
Cioci Eleanore was needed more in Heaven with her brothers and sisters. Her work was completed and she will be missed. I hold so many memories of your mother. Know that she was loved and will always be remembered. I'll never forget how she, my mother and grandmother saved my life at Moon-lake-yelling at the lifeguard(I went to far out), going to Sans Souci -swimming and riding the rides and the festivals eating elephant ears, cotton candy, pierogies and kielbasa! Miles kept us apart through the years-but Cioci Eleanore will remain embedded in my heart forever more. Love always, Great Niece DeniseDenise M. Wittig (over 1 year ago)
My cousins John, Brent, Debbie, Robert and Cindy: Coci Eleanore was a special part of my life and she will forever be in my heart , with love. I'm so thankful to have been able to visit with her the week before she passed. She was smiling, alert, and laughing at BOB's jokes...as usual. I instinctively turned back around again as we were leaving the room, just to give her another hug , kiss, and tell her I love her. She NEVER complained! And...you all are what gave her purpose, she loved you and was very proud. I'm sad for your loss of her. With much love, ~cousin Pat and BOB~Pat & Bob Leski (over 1 year ago)
My deepest condolences to the whole family.Frank Czapla, Jr. (over 1 year ago)
I will miss you you my freind Eleanore. You were the kindest lady i have ever met. Now R~I`~P ,,,,With our lord and savior ......JimmieJames Doran (over 1 year ago)