Antoni’s life proved two things: hard work pays off and the United States is indeed the land of opportunity. Antoni saw the turmoil of Europe during WWII, was sent at a young age from Poland to a labor camp on a farm in Germany and eventually met his young German bride, Klara. They married and then crossed the Atlantic to build a better life. He found the American Dream. He was blessed with two children, raised them in Camden and in Delran and sent them both off to college. He worked hard all his life and was able to retire in his early 60s. Antoni was blessed with great friends, neighbors, and a caring family. Antoni is survived by his loving wife,
Klara; children Susan Kolasa-McDevitt (Charles) and Stanley (Maureen); a granddaughter Lindsay (Nate) Pietsch and a great-granddaughter, Isabel: holding her on Christmas day was one of the greatest gifts he ever received.
Come celebrate 93 great years with a Mass of Christian Burial Friday 11 a.m. at Parish of the Resurrection, St. Casimir’s Church, Riverside. Interment St. Peter’s Cemetery, Riverside.