Noah Kucij Obituary, Death Cause – Soon after their wedding in 1940, Margaret and Dan established their first house together in Teaneck, which is located in the state of New Jersey. he lived in West Babylon, Long Island, until 1979, when he made the move to Schenectady. In 1957, they moved to a new home in West Babylon, which was located on the island of Long.
During the course of his career, Rose worked in the food service departments of the schools located in the West Babylon and Niskayuna school districts. he is survived by his three sons: Daniel N., who resides in South Burlington, Vermont; John, who resides in Schenectady; and Richard, who resides in Rowley, Massachusetts, with his wife Ruth. All three of his sons currently reside in New York. Rosalia was a loving grandmother who spoiled his six grandchildren:
Sara (Chris) Russell of South Portland, Maine; Maya Kucij of Montpelier, Vermont; Jallah (Kristen) Kucij of Schenectady; Noah Kucij of Schenectady; Corryn (Dan) McClosky of Bolingbrook, Illinois; and Jillian Kucij of Rowley, Massachusetts. Jillian Kucij was born in Rowley, Massachusetts. Schenectady, New York was the location of Rosalia’s passing. he was the proud grandmother of two great-grandsons, one of whom resided in Schenectady and the other in Montpelier.
Foster Hamlin Kucij and Henry Quill Hauser were their given names at the time. Rosalia was a member of the Friendship Circle and a communicant at the Church of Our Lady of Fatima. he was also an active participant in the activities of the Friendship Circle. Rose was a member of the Eddy Senior Care PACE Program, and his family would like to convey their appreciation to the whole PACE staff for the assistance, support, and care that they provided Rose on a constant basis throughout his time as a participant in the program.