Frank.Vera, Bob,and Cindy Our sincere and deepest condolences go out to you upon the loss of your mom, our Aunt Liz. Though the last years miles have kept our families apart my childhood memories of family gatherings at Grandpa and Grandma Prokay's house are still a cherished memory. Aunt Liz with the other Prokay sisters worked in the kitchen to prepare a feast. Aunt Liz now is reunited with hers sisters in God's presence. Sorry for the loss of your mom. Blaine ,Frances and Blainey Deabenderfer
My sincere sympathy to all the family. I have known Liz for at least 30 or more years from working with her at Sears. She was a good friend and co worker. The last i talked to her was towards the end of last year. Planned on going to lunch with our group and we had a lot of cancellations . I believe the weather was bad. Ended up to be just myself and Liz. So we decided not to go. I wish we did go now. I will definitely miss her. She was a very good friend to me. Take care all of you.. Stay strong and God Bless. My prayers and sympathy to all.
Sandy Di Pietro
Our deepest condolences to all of Aunt Liz's family and friends. Sadly, time passes swiftly and we find ourselves aging as a family. We have not attended the family reunion in Pennsylvania for a few years, but enjoyed those we were fortunate to attend. God does not cause sad things to happen, but his promise is to stand beside us when they do. May you find comfort in your memories and feel love from the prayers of family and friends.
Vera and Family,
So sorry for your loss. Praying that God provides you comfort.
Cindy, my sincere condolence to you and your family. I have many fond memories of your Mom. We enjoyed our water aerobics class and our Sears Luncheons. She had a great sense of humor and a wonderful laugh. I will miss her very much.
May she rest in God’’s loving care.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
My Mom left us with all kinds of beauty for us to remember her by. Please keep her in your heart by remembering how she was when you were with her. How you smiled together, shared your life stories together and held each other in your hearts. Being with Mom you were and for evermore family.
She is at peace and has the glory of everlasting joy provided by her belief in God as a devout catholic
Our thoughts are with you at this time. Ms. Liz was truly a pleasure to know.
You will be missed Aunt Liz, the family reunions will not be the same without you. You were a wonderful person.
With deepest sympathy. Aunt Liz was a wonderful woman. She will be missed. Memories comfort me now and may they comfort your family at this sad time. Thinking of you. Helen and Rick
Vera and family,
I was so sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your entire family.
I am so sorry. I am fortunate that my mother and I got to see her at the picnic in the summer. Praying for peace and strength for the Riccardi Prokay family.
From the 1980’s to present, reunion after reunion Liz was the Ohio rep and influential to all who came to the Prokay gathering year after year with positive enthusiasm, family and lasagna. Some (me too) were let down when getting in line too late and finding the lasagna pan empty upon arrival.... RATS!!!!! The brave woman gave up a plush hotel in exchange for staying on site Saturday night in the big room of the rental hall on a bed cot with Uncle Skip and various other family members nearby. Aunt Liz I will greatly miss the future gatherings without your presence but treasure with a smile the memories of our times together. Missing you. Mark Prokay (and Carol)
Vera, our condolences to you and your family as you face this difficult time. We hope you can all find peace in the memories of your mother, her strength, endurance, and wisdom over a lifetime of love for her family.
Light, Love, and Laughter
Grace and Elevation
Loyal, Kind, and Caring
Aunt Liz made the world a better place.
She made everyone feel special.
Her gift to us all was the happiness she exemplified...that and her lasagna!
She will remain forever in our hearts, and her memories will make us smile.
Continued prayers for Frankie, Vera, Bobby, Cyndi - their families and her precious grandchildren, all of the cousins, nieces & nephews, and all that will sorely miss her. She is in the hands of our Lord and she is truly safe and at peace. Blessed are we to have shared her life.
Vera, I'm glad I had the opportunity to meet your Mom. Cherish the memories that you and your family had with her.
God Bless you and your family at this time.
Sorry for your loss. I first met you and your daughter Ricky at Uncle Whities 95 birthday back in early 2000 I was very happy to learn we are cousins . Rest In Please Liz
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.