In Memory

Patricia Jacyna (Moczulewski) - Class Of 1962

Patricia passed away from a heart defect on Tuesday Feb. 19, 2019, at Froedert South Kenosha Medical Center. 

Patricia was born in Ocean City, N.J. on Oct. 11, 1944, while her father was serving in the Big WW2. Her parents were the late Gerald Jacyna and Mary Jacyna (nee Seufert). She attended St. Casimir's Catholic grade school and graduated from St. Joseph's High School. Patricia received her beauty license from Racine Accredited School of Cosmetology. 

On Nov. 16, 1963, she married Walter Moczulewski at St. Casimir's Church. After many years of being a spouse, mother, Girl Scout leader, and master seamstress, she re-entered the workforce into the wonderful world of retail. Patricia was the office manager for King Titan Rustproofing and retired as manager for the Corning Revere Outlet Store. Favorite pastimes included extensive travel (especially to wineries). Her favorite pastime was spending time with her granddaughters, Mary and Audrey, and introducing them to the fine art of shopping. 

Patricia is survived by her doting husband Walter of 55+ years, daughter Jackie Moczulewski of Commerce City, Colo., son Bob Moczulewski and his wife Rebecca along their daughters Mary and Audrey of New Berlin, Wis. She was the oldest of four children; survived by brothers Michael Jacyna of San Francisco, Calif. and David Jacyna of Boulder, Colo. Patricia was preceded in death by her parents and sister, Mary Kay Raveret (2000).