Obituary of Ann Marie Biczo
Ann Marie had a strong connection to her faith.. She was part of the Rosary Society for many years. She always made everyone feel like family. She welcomed anyone to her home and made sure you were well fed. During the years she was physically able she volunteered in soup kitchens, feeding the hungry. She collected clothes for the homeless or poor. She loved to tell jokes, tell stories and she could walk for miles on end. She never lost her Irish accent. People would love for her to talk and tell them all that she has done or where she has been in her life.
She left Ireland and a young age and moved to England where she worked with nuns. Finally she decided on a new adventure and came to the United States. She went to Los Angeles, California and worked as an "au pair". Living in the glamorous area of L.A. she found a love for fancy shoes and purses. She loved to look her very best every single day.
After a year, she decided California wasn't to her liking and moved to NYC. She had several jobs; one of them being a part time super. Not much later she met Kalman and they had a year long courtship of dinners and dancing.
They got married and today would mark their 52nd wedding anniversary. They were married at St. Stephens of Hungary in 1968.
They began building a life together and had three children: Ann, Helen Tereza, and Kalman.
Religion was very important to her so she made sure all her children made their sacraments. Family was very important to them, sometimes old fashioned and from the "old country" ways of doing things, but loving. She was very proud of her children and they grew to be independent, caring adults. She was very proud to be called grandma and loved her grand children Ashley, Arielle, Kalin and Patrick. She would talk about them to anyone who would come and visit her.
She was a wonderful woman and she will be greatly missed. She is loved by all that knew her.