Anne C. Malak (Cieslinski) was born September 12, 1935. She joined the Lord with her three loving children at her side on February 1, 2023. Her 87 years on earth were faith filled, providing love, joy and happiness to her family and friends.
She is loving mother to: Cheryl (Rich) Klingler, Jacky Vaccaro, Steven (Jane) Malak. Loving grandmother to: Elaina, Anthony, Robert, Alisha, Rachel, Matthew, Peter and Hanna. Proud great-grandmother to: Silvio, Everly, Althea, Robin, Simon, Revan, Jayden, Autumn, Cecile, Theresa, Molly, Eliza, and George.
Anne worked many years as an Administrative Assistant at Congregation Shema Yisrael and was very involved there. “Angelic Anne” made a positive impact and touched many hearts and souls with all those she met. She was an avid crossword player, loved music, and a very accomplished reader. Anne especially loved reading the Book of Ruth in the Bible. She was the matriarch of the family and lovingly known as “#1”. She especially enjoyed family gatherings and had a special place in her heart for her brother, Eugene and her sister, Barbara. Her endearing spirit, her endless smile and gracious words of wisdom and Love for the Lord will never be forgotten.
Thank you to Unity Hospital’s ICU unit for their amazing care and comfort support. In respect for Anne’s love for the Lord, gifts may be made to: Congregation Shema Yisrael.
The Memorial Service will be held Monday, February 6, 2023 at 9:30 AM at Congregation Shema Yisrael, 250 Edgewood Ave, Rochester, NY 14618.
Oh I was just thinking of her the other day.
What a wonderful woman she was i always sent her Birthday greeting because her Birthday was right after mine.
Thinking of all of you and remembering all the good times at the cottage we had.
She will be remembered with lots of Loving thoughts.
Cheryl and Jackiie I am so sorry to hear the passing of your mom. Hold tight the beautiful memories you had with her.
Jacky, there is no other loss like that of a mother…but her legacy will live on through you, your children and grandkids, and the love and wisdom that she bestowed upon each of you will forever remain in your hearts. My deepest sympathies to you and your family!!
Dear Cheryl, Jacky and Steve,
I’ll always remember your mom, (my “Auntie Shirley”) as a woman who lived her life with dignity, grace and kindness. Her steadfast faith was a guiding light that shown upon her from above. May you find comfort in the beautiful memories you’ve created with her and will carry forward through your children. My heartfelt love and sympathy to all of you.