Ursula A. Rozanski

Ursula A. Rozanski

ursula rozanski
Ursula A. Rozanski, 64, of Saginaw, our loving and devoted wife and mother, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, February 20, 2015 in Bay City. Ursula was born in Jackson, Mississippi on May 26, 1950, the daughter of Walter & Josephine Melen. Ursula attended Pershing High School in Detroit, graduating with the Class of 1968. She studied at Wayne State University and graduated from Columbus University with a Bachelor of Computer Science degree. On September 7, 1974, she was united in marriage to Ralph Rozanski, who survives. Ursula most recently was employed with Hospice Advantage as a consultant and project manager. She previously was employed in management positions with Hewlett Packard, Digital Equipment Corporation, Volkswagen of America and Unisys. Ursula was a strong and supportive woman, who always looked out for others. Ursula enjoyed reading and utilizing her artistic talents by painting, drawing and designing. Her courageous, loving and supportive ways will live on in the heart of her family and friends for generations to come. Ursula leaves to cherish her memory her devoted husband of forty years, Ralph Rozanski. She was the unconditional loving mother of David and wife, Carmelle Rozanski. Ursula was preceded in death by her granddaughter, Elodie Jeanette Silas Rozanski; father; brother, Walter Melen, Jr. and father and mother-in-law, John and Wanda Rozanski. Ursula's family will be present to receive visitors on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM and again on Thursday, February 26, 2015 from 9:00 AM until the time of her 10:00 AM Funeral Ceremony at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Cremation will follow. Memorial contributions in memory of Ursula may be directed to the wishes of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. Extremely saddened by the sudden passing of a good friend and co-worker. Thank you Ursula for all of your kind words of encouragement and wisdom that you shared with myself and the others at Hospice Advantage. You will be greatly missed by all. Sincere Condolences to the Rozanski family.

  2. I started working with Hospice Advantage Jan 2015 in the Clarks Summit, PA office. Ursula was the first person from the home office I met. She had an amazing spirit. I talked with her daily on the phone as I navigated through the new job requirements. She always made time for me and was always kind and helpful. It just won’t be the same without her. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.

  3. I had the great pleasure of getting to know Ursula and am grateful our paths crossed. We had the opportunity to commiserate over gate issues during a flight where we were both in layover in Detroit. We celebrated having to only go one or two gates to our next departure—-which I thanked her for sharing her good luck; my next flight layover was only a gate from my arrival.

    My heart aches for all of her loved ones: she was an amazing woman and a joy to be around. I know you will miss her terribly; I thank you for sharing her with me.

    Chris Borchardt, RN

  4. I am very thankful I had the honor and pleasure to work with Ursula. Her incredible experience, skills and knowledge were evident in everything she accomplished. On a personal level I will truly miss how generously she shared her gift of humor with me and how she always demonstrated appreciation and that she truly cared.

    Sending my deepest condolences to Ursula’s family, friends and co-workers…

  5. What a shocking loss. Thank you Ursula for your helpfulness and kind words, You were a blessing to me and us in the Lansing office. You will be missed by many……..Robin

  6. Ursula will be deeply missed by her hospice advantage family. I will miss her nervous laugh and ability to get things done.

  7. I was blessed to work with Ursula these past few months. She made me laugh (when I sometimes wanted to cry). She was very helpful and caring to all of us in the Southfield Office. We will miss her so. Our deepest condolences to her family. May you find peace and support knowing how much Ursula was loved and appreciated.
    Sincerly, Deanee Mauser and all of the Hospice Advantage Southfield Office

  8. Ursula will always be in our hearts and minds. Her work ethic and can do attitude was an inspiration to us all. We deeply appreciate all she shared with us and taught us.

  9. Ursula and I worked together back in the mid-70s at the Chevrolet Tech Center and at Manufacturer’s Bank in Detroit. Her pleasant manner, professionalism and terrific sense of humor made the time we worked together very special. She was always one of my favorite people. I moved back to Connecticut in 1977, and lost touch with my Michigan friends, but I always remembered our work together fondly.

    She was a very special lady, and even though I only knew her for a short time, the discovery of her passing has affected me greatly. I’m sure that she will be missed by everyone that ever met her.

    I send my heartfelt condolences to her husband Ralph and her son David and his wife. God Bless.

    Dick Bober, Willington, CT


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ursula rozanski
Ursula A. Rozanski, 64, of Saginaw, our loving and devoted wife and mother, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, February 20, 2015 in Bay City. Ursula was born in Jackson, Mississippi on May 26, 1950, the daughter of Walter & Josephine Melen. Ursula attended Pershing High School in Detroit, graduating with the Class of 1968. She studied at Wayne State University and graduated from Columbus University with a Bachelor of Computer Science degree. On September 7, 1974, she was united in marriage to Ralph Rozanski, who survives. Ursula most recently was employed with Hospice Advantage as a consultant and project manager. She previously was employed in management positions with Hewlett Packard, Digital Equipment Corporation, Volkswagen of America and Unisys. Ursula was a strong and supportive woman, who always looked out for others. Ursula enjoyed reading and utilizing her artistic talents by painting, drawing and designing. Her courageous, loving and supportive ways will live on in the heart of her family and friends for generations to come. Ursula leaves to cherish her memory her devoted husband of forty years, Ralph Rozanski. She was the unconditional loving mother of David and wife, Carmelle Rozanski. Ursula was preceded in death by her granddaughter, Elodie Jeanette Silas Rozanski; father; brother, Walter Melen, Jr. and father and mother-in-law, John and Wanda Rozanski. Ursula’s family will be present to receive visitors on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 from 2:00 PM until 8:00 PM and again on Thursday, February 26, 2015 from 9:00 AM until the time of her 10:00 AM Funeral Ceremony at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Cremation will follow. Memorial contributions in memory of Ursula may be directed to the wishes of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. I started working with Hospice Advantage Jan 2015 in the Clarks Summit, PA office. Ursula was the first person from the home office I met. She had an amazing spirit. I talked with her daily on the phone as I navigated through the new job requirements. She always made time for me and was always kind and helpful. It just won’t be the same without her. She will be missed. My thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends.

  2. What a shocking loss. Thank you Ursula for your helpfulness and kind words, You were a blessing to me and us in the Lansing office. You will be missed by many……..Robin

  3. I had the great pleasure of getting to know Ursula and am grateful our paths crossed. We had the opportunity to commiserate over gate issues during a flight where we were both in layover in Detroit. We celebrated having to only go one or two gates to our next departure—-which I thanked her for sharing her good luck; my next flight layover was only a gate from my arrival.

    My heart aches for all of her loved ones: she was an amazing woman and a joy to be around. I know you will miss her terribly; I thank you for sharing her with me.

    Chris Borchardt, RN

  4. I am very thankful I had the honor and pleasure to work with Ursula. Her incredible experience, skills and knowledge were evident in everything she accomplished. On a personal level I will truly miss how generously she shared her gift of humor with me and how she always demonstrated appreciation and that she truly cared.

    Sending my deepest condolences to Ursula’s family, friends and co-workers…

    <3

    Lisa Nicola

  5. Extremely saddened by the sudden passing of a good friend and co-worker. Thank you Ursula for all of your kind words of encouragement and wisdom that you shared with myself and the others at Hospice Advantage. You will be greatly missed by all. Sincere Condolences to the Rozanski family.

  6. Ursula will be deeply missed by her hospice advantage family. I will miss her nervous laugh and ability to get things done.

  7. I was blessed to work with Ursula these past few months. She made me laugh (when I sometimes wanted to cry). She was very helpful and caring to all of us in the Southfield Office. We will miss her so. Our deepest condolences to her family. May you find peace and support knowing how much Ursula was loved and appreciated.
    Sincerly, Deanee Mauser and all of the Hospice Advantage Southfield Office

  8. Ursula will always be in our hearts and minds. Her work ethic and can do attitude was an inspiration to us all. We deeply appreciate all she shared with us and taught us.

  9. Ursula and I worked together back in the mid-70s at the Chevrolet Tech Center and at Manufacturer’s Bank in Detroit. Her pleasant manner, professionalism and terrific sense of humor made the time we worked together very special. She was always one of my favorite people. I moved back to Connecticut in 1977, and lost touch with my Michigan friends, but I always remembered our work together fondly.

    She was a very special lady, and even though I only knew her for a short time, the discovery of her passing has affected me greatly. I’m sure that she will be missed by everyone that ever met her.

    I send my heartfelt condolences to her husband Ralph and her son David and his wife. God Bless.

    Dick Bober, Willington, CT

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