The Daily Star
---- — Caroline Cernawsky
Jan. 28, 1928-Feb. 18, 2014
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Caroline Cernawsky, 86, passed away Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014, with her family at her bedside.
Beloved daughter of John Schepanski (deceased) and Mary Schepanski (deceased). Beloved daughter-in-law of Stephen Cernawsky (deceased) and Malwina Cernawsky (deceased).
Beloved wife of Alexander “Ike” Cernawsky, to whom she was married to for 64 years.
Beloved sister of Edward Schepanski, John Schepanski, Peter Schepanski; Richard Schepanski (deceased) and Robert Schepanski (deceased).
Beloved sister of Dorothy Pietrofere, Sophie McCabe, Madeline Corradi, Jean Albanese, and Mary Sanfratello (deceased).
Beloved sister-in-law to Frances Cernawsky, Mae Schepanski; Mary Schepanski (deceased), Patricia Schepanski, Nickolas Pietrofere, James McCabe, John Corradi; Herman Albanese (deceased), and Paul Sanfratello (deceased).
Beloved mother of Linda C. McLoughlin (deceased); Barbara J. Nizinkirck, Alexandra M. March, and Stephen J. Cernawsky.
Beloved mother-in-law of Peter Nizinkirck.
Beloved Grandmother “Bobchie” of Peter Jr. and Tara Nizinkirck, Justin and Deborah March, Jessica and Geoff Orwiler, Jarod March and Kari Dresser.
Beloved Great-Grandmother “Bobchie” of Peter J., Schuyler, and Tristan Nizinkirck, Wyatt and Tyler March, Keaton March, Brielle Lin McLoughlin, Mazie Caroline Orwiler (Babushka).
Beloved aunt to many nieces and nephews. Beloved friend to many.
Caroline dedicated her life to her husband, children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. “Bobchie,” as she was known by numerous neighbors, friends and children, was most loved for her sense of humor, smile, kind soul, and her infectious laugh.
Caroline showed her love for all by “cooking up a storm” and feeding all who visited her home.
She had a green thumb and loved plants and flowers. She lived on a farm in Milford for 40 years and had a special place in her heart for animals.
She loved polka music and played the accordion in a polka band in her younger years. Caroline’s life was filled with the love of family, God, laughter and hard work. She will be greatly missed and always remembered for her famous phrase, “I love you a whole bushel!”