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Charlotte “Lotty” Sykora

January 17, 1931 - June 17, 2020

Service Date June 25, 2020

Service Location St. Peter's Catholic Church

An open visitation for Lotty will be held on Wednesday, June 24, 2020 from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Piasecki Funeral Home, 3720 39th Avenue. Social distancing guidelines will be maintained, and face coverings are encouraged. If you feel ill, please view the livestream of the service and the forgo the visitation.

A Mass of Christian Burial honoring Lotty’s life will be held privately on Thursday, June 25th at 10:00 a.m. at St. Peter’s Catholic Church.  Due to the COVID Crisis the Mass of Christian Burial will be streamed live at: www.uploadpartners.com/charlottesykora. Private interment will take place in St. George Cemetery.

In Lotty’s memory, please choose to support one of her favorite organizations: Kenosha Public Museum, Anderson Art Gallery, Kenosha Senior Citizens Center or The Literacy Council.

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Posted by:
Carol Bell

Posted on:
June 23, 2020

Family of Mrs Sykora, That's what all the kids at Bose school called her. All three of my kids were lucky enough to have your Mom as a teachers aide at Bose. She was the favorite of most of the kids there. She loved working with the kids and it showed. All the kids loved her also. The memory of her lives on in so many kids that she helped during her 27 years there. Please accept my deepest sympathies. and God Bless. Carol Bell

Posted by:
Matthew and Jennifer Bebel

Posted on:
June 23, 2020

Our hearts are broken. The smiles and love she shared will guide us all through this difficult moment.

Posted by:
Lindy Kanavas

Posted on:
June 20, 2020

Dear Sykora family, we are so very sorry for your loss of dear Lotty. I feel privileged to have known her since my sister Melisa & Joe were engaged, which joined our families. I’ll always remember her joy in spending time with family and her sense of humor. My favorite “Lotty moment” was at Melisa’s baby shower for Ari & Caden. We were playing the game, “what’s in your purse?” (whoever had the most unique items that no one else did, wins.) Lotty knocked that out of the park, with her legendary purse! The ring holding 50+ store cards, and a bottle of Holy Water were most memorable. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this very hard time. For the future as well, because I think we all will grieve over the loss of loved ones until we finally are reunited in Heaven. Love you all so much! Lindy & Nick Kanavas

Posted by:
Franciene ( Bebo) Hassman

Posted on:
June 20, 2020

Dear Sykora Family, Your sister Sharon was in my class and we were both in Girl Scouts. Mrs. Sykora was the best ! We enjoyed her energy and ability to come up with all kinds of things to keep us busy. She had her own family but I can see she did more volunteering than just scouts! She seems like she was always giving of herself. You all should be proud of what your mom did in her lifetime. Please accept my deepest sympathies. May your mother Rest In Peace and God Bless you all! Franciene (Bebo) Hassman