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Liberty Renee Laskowski

August 2, 1976 - September 6, 2020

Posted by:
Celeste

Posted on:
October 7, 2020

Going to your house for all the holidays and Cousin Days we shared were some of the most memorable parts of my childhood. You were like a sister to me and I am torn you won't be in my wedding, whenever that is. You were always understanding, loving and kind to everyone around you. You supported my culinary passion in so many ways, but my favorite was when we decided to make a croquembuche together for New Years. You didn't have a cone to pin the cream puffs to, so we made it into a sphere instead and it turned out looking like Rosie the Robot from the Jetsons. I have missed you every day, but now that ache is much sharper. I love you so much, and I hope you are in peace.

Posted by:
Cheryl and Nathan

Posted on:
September 15, 2020

We have many fond memories of Liberty and Katie over the past 30 years. Liberty was always a sweet, kind person and we feel blessed that she was in our lives. We will miss her!

Posted by:
April Lara

Posted on:
September 15, 2020

Liberty, I have always appreciated your friendship. You were the one who reached out to me as kids. We were cousins that lived states apart but you initiated the opportunity to become pen pals and I always cherished that friendship you created. I remember getting letters from you. We talked and giggled through our letters like the silly carefree young girls that we were. I will miss your sweet, thoughtful and kind heart. We have lost one of the good ones. But I'm so thankful that Aunt Mary has some company to watch cartoons with. Love you! XO!

Posted by:
Charlene Sugahara

Posted on:
September 14, 2020

Dearest Katie so sorry to hear about Liberty. Maile rememberers meeting her and also sends her condolences. I know you were very close and how proud you are of all her accomplishments. May all the wonderful memories you have sustain you during this time as you celebrate her life.

Posted by:
Kathy Ruhl

Posted on:
September 13, 2020

My deepest sympathy to you and your family on the passing of your lovely daughter, Liberty. She had a kind heart and soul and will be missed by many.

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
September 12, 2020

Liberty you were such a kind and loving person. I've known you for some time watched your cousin grow and had the pleasure of working along side you. All the students loved you no matter if they were in trouble or not. You impacted so many peoples lives and no matter what had the best attitude about things. Funny, kind hearted , smart woman is what i'll always remember you by. It's so hard to believe you're gone. Taken to soon and loved by many. Prayers to Katie and family

Posted by:
Chloe Little

Posted on:
September 12, 2020

Never in a million years did I think I would be having to say goodbye to you so soon Libby. I have been blessed beyond measures to have such an amazing godmom. Libby was always more than a godmom. She was my best friend, my sister, my aunt, my mom, all wrapped in one. She was there when I was born, and ever since that day we were inseparable. We did everything together. Libby was and always will be apart of my daily routine. The memories we made I will never ever forget. Everything reminds me of you Libby. I can’t stop thinking about you. I can’t put into words how much I love and miss you Libby. It hurts. I wish I could come over with jojo’s and starbucks and finish watching 90 day fiancé with you. We had so many plans. I was and never will be ready to accept that you’re gone. Thank you for making me into who I am today. Libby, you are truly my hero. You changed my life for the better. I will never ever forget you. You will always be apart of my life and it will never change. When I lost you I lost a part of myself. There’s a hole in my heart that only you can fill Libby. My Libby, your Stinkerbell loves and misses you SO MUCH.

Posted by:
Jackie Wrye

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

Liberty, I cherish all the wonderful family times when you were there with your smile, laughter and love. You added to the many joyous family events. You accomplished much in life and we all learned from you in our own ways. You were a fun and loving niece. Love you, Aunt Jackie

Posted by:
Barbara Andrade

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

My heart is broken for a beautiful kind Loving Giving Girl that I Loved. A cousin that put everyone and every cause ahead of herself. I remember your cute Smile as a young girl. You have given us a lot to live up too. Your dedication to so many people and causes is remarkable. You have given us a legacy to do good works in your name. Kiss my Aunt and cousins and my Sister Pat. God said you did well Kiddo ??????????

Posted by:
Michael Ingram

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

I enjoyed working with Liberty. A great person who was taken to soon. She always gave her best and always helped when she could. She will be deeply missed.

Posted by:
Ingram Family

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

I had the pleasure of meeting Liberty and her family when my son worked with her and my Grandson attended Mann. She was such a nice person and a caring person. We are so sorry for your loss and pray God brings you comfort during this time.

Posted by:
Jackie

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

We may have not been in contact as much as I wished, but I knew you were such a caring, loving, and wonderful human being! I remember when you were growing up with my oldest niece, Michelle. I grew up with your family being right next door and remember when you were born. You left us way too soon, but I guess God needed another Angel. You will be greatly missed and loved forever!

Posted by:
Dolores

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

My heart is breaking with this loss of someone who made the world a better place for everyone who encountered her.

Posted by:
Anita Kadyk

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

It seems like a lifetime ago that we met. I remember the bright, sunny personality shining through, and will always remember the Statue of Liberty I shared with you. Heaven has gained a new moonbeam, which will continue to shine on us. You are at peace and out of pain now, we've just begun ours.

Posted by:
Danny Wrye

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

Liberty, you left us too soon. In leaving, you remind us of how short time we have here and why it is so important to make good. And that's what you did. You made good. You made people's lives good. You were always positive and thoughtful of others. You took care of people. You watched out for people. You loved people. You took care of your grandma, my mother. You took care of your mom, my sister. And so many others. You made good. Rest In Peace now, Liberty. Uncle Danny and Jackie.

Posted by:
Helen Arnestad(Wallace)

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

Katie and Kaiden and all who loved her: I’m so sorry to hear about Liberty‘s passing. I remember her coming in to the information services department back in the 1990s. She always had a big smile on her face, was laughing, was friendly, and was so beautiful. Praying that you will be able to find peace in knowing that she’s no longer in pain. Let me know if there’s anything I can do. ??????

Posted by:
Nadine

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

I love you and miss you Liberty! I will always remember our fun cousin days together, when you took me to see Michael Bublé, eating pizza at your apartment, and when your were my Catholic confirmation mentor. More than anything, I will remember how gracious, helpful, and kind you are. You, Aunt Katie, and Kaiden are in my prayers. I love you forever! Your cousin, Nadine.

Posted by:
Andrea utz

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

My heart is broken. I know you are looking down at us with a smile on your face because you see how much love everybody has for you. Thank you for being my sister, my best friend, the godmother to my son and my niece. Each day that goes by will never feel the same without you. I love you more than you can imagine but I know in my hear t that you are at peace and that you are just waiting for our arrival. Love you Libby

Posted by:
Theresa Bjorke

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

I was dazed and confused all last week when I heard you were sick and even more so when I found you passed. I haven’t seen you in years but I have nothing but fond memories of you. You were always such a kindred spirit, kind, and super funny. You were such a loyal friend to Alex and Andrea and an amazing and loyal daughter always. The world lost a beautiful person. I am so sorry for all those that are hurting.

Posted by:
Venetia Holbrook

Posted on:
September 11, 2020

This world lost a light when it lost you Liberty. I do not know a person who valued faith, family, friends, and selflessness more than you. You gave so much love that you nurtured your family, created a chosen family, and developed a sea of best friends. We are all hurting because you gave us all so much love. Remarkable does not begin to define your good works. It’s impossible to list the selfless acts you did throughout your life. If everyone mourning you did 10, it would still not match the depth and breadth of the difference you made in this world. I suppose we can all learn from you that the heart has no boundaries, that the love we can give is infinite and good. Personally, I can’t process losing you. I am broken, lost, and without words to say how much you mean to me. I am broken hearted. Here is what I am taking from you in my heart to keep your memory: 1. Cherish family whether it is by birth or choice. 2. Give back to the world: be involved, active and constant. 3. Have fun: have the adventure, say yes, and try something new. 4. Be a best friend. Be a best friend to everyone. Blessed be my friend. I know that halo looks good on you. You wore it in life.

Posted by:
Heidi rogiers

Posted on:
September 10, 2020

Lib- It’s hard to believe your gone. You will be truly missed. Touched so many lives. Take care of your aunt Susie up there.

Posted by:
Tina Barsuglia

Posted on:
September 10, 2020

Liberty your smile meant so much to me. Everything you did, who you were, and the time you shared with me and the others who were blessed to know you will never be forgotten. Thank you, for blessing my life and being someone I could call my friend. I miss you!!!

Posted by:
Esther Fuentes Brown

Posted on:
September 10, 2020

this is very hard i know that i didn't get to spend a lot of time together but I treasure the time I did you have a heart as big as the world you are missed so much a beautiful spirit i hold you in my heart love you always

Posted by:
Kassey MacDougall

Posted on:
September 10, 2020

The world has lost one of its best and most loved guiding lights. It was a pleasure and honor to know you and spend what little time we were blessed with together. Severely missed, and forever remembered. I know you're going to wipe out the wine storage in heaven. Til we meet again.

Posted by:
Holly Jensen

Posted on:
September 10, 2020

I still cannot believe that you are gone. I still go to send you a text or call you. It is just so hard to believe. You have been my best friend and honorary Jensen sister for over 20 years. You made such a Positive difference in the life of every person you met. We love you and miss you.

Posted by:
Jason

Posted on:
September 10, 2020

I cant believe your not here. It seems like yesterday that we were watching Speed for 100th time. Or that I talked you into some scary movie that you didn't want to see but you went anyway. You have touched so many hearts. I love and miss you cousin libby

Posted by:
Alexandra Little

Posted on:
September 10, 2020

I love you so much Lib! We’ve been attached to each other’s hips since 1987...don’t know what I’m gonna do without you. I will do my best to be there for your mom, Kaiden, Kelly and Elizabeth. You will be forever loved and missed. Always you sister-Alex.

Posted by:
Alex Little

Posted on:
September 10, 2020

I love you more than you’ll ever know. I will do my best to be there for your mom and Kaiden. I miss you, my sister.

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