Dorothy “Dottie” Kozak

Dorothy “Dottie” Kozak, 90, of Bristol, WI,¬†went to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on Saturday March 27th with her children at her bedside. Dottie was born and grew up in Chicago IL to Polish immigrant parents. She met her husband George and they married in 1954. They later moved the family to Bristol, WI in 1972.¬†

        Dottie was a homemaker, avid oil painter/crafter and an excellent cook, especially Polish food. She taught oil painting classes at the Westosha Senior Center in Bristol for many year’s and was active in many Senior center functions as well as in her Church parish. She lived every day to the fullest and did not let her age slow her down. 

       She was preceded in death by her husband George Kozak on 05/25/1991

      She is survived by her five children, Donald (Sandra) of Salem, WI Darryl (Toots) of Vail, AZ, Douglas (Kelly) of Richland Center, WI, David of Salem, WI and Debra (Greg) Stelmasik of Brooklyn Park, MN

       She is also survived by three grandchildren, Melanie, Alia and Aaron and her fur baby “Maddie”

        Church services will be on 05/22/2021 at Holy Cross Catholic Church, Bristol, WI at 1:00 p.m. The family would like to thank Kenosha Hospice Alliance for their exceptional care and kindness to her and the family as well.

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Thoughts for Dorothy “Dottie” Kozak;

  • Ken Jandula says:

    Farewell to my loving sister. She will be missed by her family, especially her younger brother. Kenny and Tenza

  • She was my Buddy in crime. We did a lot together and I miss her very much. She was a very spry 90 year old. Nothing kept her down. Lov ya .

  • Connie Smith says:

    I don’t think I’m supposed to have favorites among my “sheep” at Holy Cross, but she definitely was one of them! She always brightened my day whether it be a drop in at the parish office with a “Fat Tuesday” treat or in the choir or chime choir. She was always up for anything and a familiar face at all our church functions….and just a FUN gal!

  • Jewel Erickson says:

    I was one of Dottie’s oil painting students at the Senior Center. She will be missed by so many, a very sweet and caring lady. My sympathies to her family.

  • Fran Wargolet says:

    I will miss Dottie’s sense of humor and her thoughtfulness. We sat next to each other in the choir and she was always fun.

  • Dottie was an absolute treasure at the Westosha Senior Community Center. Always very generous with her time teaching art weekly and demonstrating at our art shows and contests, Dottie’s ready smile brightened the Center. From fun to fundraisers, Dottie was such a loyal supporter of the Center. Her beautiful painted glassware remains on display in the office. Her instruction gave seniors confidence and inspired their creativity. Thank you, Dottie! You are missed!
    ~ Friends at Westosha Senior Community Center & WKCSCC Board of Directors

  • Diane kosloske says:

    I had the pleasure of meeting Dottie through Darryl and Toots and admired Dottie for her talents and enthusiasm of life in general. My prayers and condolences to the family. She lived a full life, not missing a beat. Now the best is yet to come for her because she will be with our Lord and Savior!

  • Dan and MaryAnn Swiderski says:

    We were saddened to hear that Dottie passed. She was such an energetic, fun, creative, talented, and compassionate woman. We have great memories of Dottie on our Polish Women’s Group outings and church events. We are fortunate to have known her.

  • Corinne Livingston says:

    It has been a long time away from our faith family at Holy Cross. Dottie exemplified the kindness and energy that attracted us to this parish. She will be dearly missed even though our introductions and experiences were short; they were memorable. Our sympathies to her family.

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