Kedves Cserkésztestvéreim!

Szombat reggel, 2019. okt. 26-án, 10 órakor lesz a Szt. Imre templomban Madzsar Erzsi néni gyászmiséje. Erzsi néni életre szóló cserkészvezető és hosszú évekig a CSBK tanácsadója volt.

Kérem, minden cserkész teljes szabályos cserkész egyenruhában jelenjenek meg és 9:45-kor gyülekezzünk a templom mellék iskola szobájába. Diszsorfalat állunk a mise elején és a végén Erzsi néni tiszteletére.

Horváth Misi bá

Elizabeth Madzsar ‘Nagyi’ (nee Osvay) was called home to our Lord on October 19th, 2019. Beloved wife of George Madzsar, loving mother of Eva (Jeff) Sherman, George (Eva) Madzsar, Liz (John) Scheetz and Irene (Bob) Slattery. Loving grandmother of Kristen (Tamás), András (Kati), Bob (Megan), Gabrielle (Ross), Emily, Stefi (Sebastian), Paul (Kelsey), Juli, Kara, Jesse and Becca. Great grandmother to Emese, Tesza, Erzsi, Rozsi, Karcsi, Bobby, Ágoston, Caroline, Vivien, Quinn, and ‘Nagyi’ to countless Hungarian Scouts. Loving sister to Ágnes Schulz (György dec.) Károly Osvay (Erzsébet) and Marika Hnisz (Lászlo). She was preceded in death by her parents Sebő and Éva (nee Énekes) Osvay. 

The family will receive friends on Friday, October 25th, 4-7 at McGorray-Hanna Funeral Home (25620 Center Ridge Road, Westlake). Funeral mass will be celebrated on Saturday 10 am at St. Emeric Catholic Church, 1860 West 22nd Pl Cleveland 44113. Internment at Holy Cross Cemetery (14609 Brookpark Road Brook Park, OH 44142) immediately following. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Hungarian Friends of Scouting (PO Box 6783, Cleveland, Ohio 44101).  Eva Madzsar Sherman wrote the following on her own facebook page:

Dear friends, I am overwhelmed with the out pouring of love re my moms passing. I am truly grateful for your kind words, expressions of sympathy, and especially the prayers. I’ve read all the posts, please forgive me for not responding personally. As you can imagine, we are devastated and still reeling with the magnitude of our loss. But it has given us a measure of comfort that she passed peacefully. Dad found her in her favorite recliner, her crochet work in her lap, thread still wrapped around her finger, and he placed a pillow behind her head because he thought she was napping. By the time the emergency workers came, she was gone. She was a great mom to myself and my siblings, a true and caring wife, and tremendously loved being ‘Nagyi’ to her 11 grandkids, 10 great grandkids, as well as numerous youngsters she mentored in Hungarian school and Hungarian scouts. Love you mom! ️