Julia Ann Volack

March 2, 1939 - April 2, 2014
Wroblewski Funeral Home
1442 Wyoming Avenue
Forty Fort, PA 18704
(570)287-8541 | Map
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Julia Ann Volack, 75, a resident of Owen Street, Swoyersville, went home to her Heavenly Father, on Wednesday morning, April 02, 2014, at Commonwealth Hospice, Inpatient Unit, Saint Luke’s Villa, Wilkes-Barre.   Her beloved husband was the late Robert C. Volack, who passed away on June 28, 1994. Together, Robert and Julia shared 33 yearsContinue Reading

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Christine Dunne left a message on April 9, 2014:
My condolences to the family, I met Julia working at Mohegan Sun and she so reminded me of my mother. We would sit and chat in the EDR many mornings, she would tell me of her grandson and his obsession with WWE, I would tell her stories about working those events and she would tell him. It was always a pleasure to see her and talk with her, she enjoyed working there and I am a better person for having met her. Thanks for letting me be a small part of her life, she will be sorely missed. God Bless!
Anne-Marie Luce left a message on April 4, 2014:
Our prayers and hearts are with you at this time of sorry. My our words and love console you even from far away. Please know that we are here for you with whatever you may need. Love, The Luce Family
Sally Weed Lutz left a message on April 3, 2014:
My sympathy and prayers are with the family at this time. Julia is at peace with her beloved Bobby. She will be missed dearly....
John Patsfield left a message on April 3, 2014:
I was lucky to meet and get to know Julia when I came to PA to help train and open up the Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs casino. She was a radiant lady, full of smiles, and warmth. I remember that there was a day when I was feel a little homesick - missing my wife and my son - she noticed that something wasn't right, and she asked me about it. I confided in her what I was feeling, and she hugged me and told me how much she appreciated my time away from my family to help her and others to get started on this new career. The next day she came into our classroom with a sly smile that said she had something up her sleeve.... She had a picnic basket for me, and it was full of home cooked food. She knew that I couldn't get home, so she brought a little bit of home to me. I've never forgotten that wonderful act of kindness, and I often use it as an exmple of the type of amazing people that I met on that trip. Many blessings to you, Julia. Rest well... And to her family and friends - I hope that time will give you peace, and that you can find a place where your memories are filled with echoes of her laughter and heart.
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Our thoughts and prayers are with your family. Thank you for trusting us to care for your loved one. May comfort and peace surround all of you.
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