Alberta Bancker Cox Kaminski

alberta kaminski
In Cheshire, August 30, 2003, Alberta Bancker Cox Kaminski of 150 Cook Hill Rd., formerly of Laurel Street, West Haven. Wife of William S. Kaminski. Born in Woodhaven, L.I., NY, May 31, 1909, she was the daughter of the late Harold and Mary Emma Kent Cox. A graduate of Skidmore College in 1931, Mrs. Kaminski was a member of the Eva Lear Chapter and the Southold Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. A member of the First Congregational Church of West Haven, where she was a member of the Women's Study Group, which also called on shut-in members of the church. A devoted homemaker, she had served as a Den Mother for the Cub Scouts and assisted young women entering the Job Corps. Beside her husband, Alberta is survived by: sons, Stanley N. Kaminski of Conroe, TX and Perry W. Kaminski of Mukilteo, WA, two grandchildren, three nieces and a nephew. Alberta was predeceased by a sister and a brother. Funeral service will be held at the First Congregational Church of West Haven on Friday, September 5th at 10 A.M. Friends may call at the BEECHER & BENNETT TAYLOR FUNERAL HOME, 410 CAMPBELL AVE., WEST HAVEN on Thursday from 4 - 6 P.M. Interment in Union Cemetery, Hyde Park, NY. Memorial contributions may be sent to the First Congregational Church of West Haven, 464 Campbell Ave., West Haven, CT 06516.

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  1. Dear Mr. Kaminski & Family, We are sad to here of your loss. We are thinking of you and send our prayers. With Sympathy, Rachel & Jorge Solveira 15 Laurel St

  2. Goodbye to a lovely, courageous woman who brought good cheer to all who knew her and was devoted to her family. Her loyalty to and interest in others was deep and generous. She was touchingly close to her brother Harold, and her loving sister Louise. She always worked so hard, and thoughtfully, to provide for her guests Many will remember, and miss, her infallible good spirits, her laugh. Love, Kitty

  3. Good-bye to our beloved motherly friend, a good human being as we have found few in our lifetime. Our thoughts are with Bill, Stanley and Perry. Hans-Peter, Gisela, and Tycho.

  4. I hope to be as cheerful, selfless, thoughtful, and wise as my grandmother was. With love and fond memories, Katie

  5. Stanley, Though we\’ve never met OR chatted, I,ve been corresponding with your Mother at Christmas each yr. I did also meet your parents at one of My Dad\’s last birthdays. He & we all so enjoyed the effort they made to be present & add to the jollities & reminicences. Great sympathy goes to you & your Dad — from Bertie\’s notes, she seems to have been a cheerful, very likable fellow human being. Hope her Sep. \’gathering\’ time will be a sunny day. Warmest greetings, Susan

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