Mary Esther (Guerra) Wozny
February 25, 1939 – March 25, 2022
VISITATION: Saturday, April 2nd from 10am to 11am at Holy Name Catholic Church, 2901 Fontenelle Blvd., followed by MASS OF CHRISTIAN BURIAL at 11am. Interment, Resurrection Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorials are suggested to the Redemptorists Denver Province, 1633 N. Cleveland Ave., Chicago, IL 60614, or www.redemptorists-denver.org.
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Mary Esther Wozny was born to Gilbert and Amada Guerra in Kansas City Missouri, on February 25, 1939. She was a student of Redemptorist Grade School and graduated from the Redemptorist High School of Kansas City in 1956. In 1967, she moved to Omaha where she raised her children. She was an employee of Western Electric for 25 years and proud member of the IBEW Local 1974. She married Richard Wozny in 1986 and they were together until her death.
She was preceded in death by her parents of beloved memory, Gilbert and Amada Guerra, and her brother, Gilbert Jr. Mary Esther is survived by her children: Mary Fahey Krutzsch (Eric) of Tucson Arizona, Rev. John P. Fahey C.Ss.R. of Chicago Illinois, and Joseph Michael Fahey of Omaha; her stepchildren: Mike Wozny (Judy) of Omaha, Gina Machado (Robert) of Golden, Colorado, and Jennifer Morrison (Dan) of Overland Park, Kansas; her sisters: Irene Valenzuela (Alfonso), Gracie Collins, Patricia Zaner (Jim), Raechel Heisey (Ray), Becky Picard (Craig) all of Kansas City, and Gloria Delgado of Omaha; eleven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was loved and adored by all her family.
Late in life Mary Esther was diagnosed with ALS and spent her final year at Hillcrest Cottages Nursing Care Facility. Mary Esther loved her husband Richard dearly. She worked hard to be a good mother and sister. She loved nothing more than being with her family. That was the love that gathered her husband, children, and sister to her bedside at the moment of her peaceful death.