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Pauline Bielski

March 12, 1941 — February 13, 2024

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Pauline Bielski gracefully transitioned from a city girl to a farm girl throughout her remarkable journey of life. Born on March 12, 1941, in Brownsville, PA, Pauline embarked on a fulfilling and eventful path before she peacefully passed away on February 13, 2024, at her home surrounded by her beloved family.

Pauline's education formed the foundation of her intellectual growth. She attended Redstone High School in PA where she imbibed knowledge and nurtured her curiosity about the world. This thirst for learning accompanied her throughout her life and shaped her into the wise and insightful woman she became.

Pauline was a woman with many passions and hobbies that brought immense joy to her existence. Knitting, crocheting, and baking were activities close to her heart. Through these creative endeavors, she poured love and warmth into every stitch and delicious treat she crafted. The touch of Pauline's hands could turn ordinary materials into beautiful works of art or delightfully scrumptious delights.

She was a  member of St. James Catholic Church in North Jackson. 

Family held a special place in Pauline's heart, providing endless love and happiness throughout her life. She was born to the late  Andrew Pugliesi (Dad) and Margaret (Regal) Pugliesi (Mom), who instilled in her the importance of compassion, resilience, and unconditional love. Pauline was preceded in death by her daughter Anita Miller.

Her surviving family will cherish treasured memories forevermore; they include her beloved husband, John Bielski,who she married July1,1961. They shared a deep and unwavering bond . Together, they navigated through the highs and lows of life, supporting and loving one another every step of the way. Nelson Miller, Pauline's caring Son-in-Law, brought true happiness to her daughter Anita's life and became an essential part of Pauline's extended family.

Pauline adored being a grandmother and found immense joy in the presence of her three grandsons: Steven, Tyler, and Kyle Miller. The bond between them was filled with laughter, playfulness, and an everlasting love that transcended generations. They provided countless precious moments that will forever remain etched in their hearts.

 She also leaves her sister. Josephine (David) Diamond and her Aunt Virginia Nemetz from Brownsville, Pa..

Pauline leaves behind many nieces and nephews whose lives were touched by her kindness, warmth, and wisdom. She played a vital role as an aunt figure in their lives - someone they could look up to for guidance and love.

Pauline Bielski illuminated the lives of those fortunate enough to know her. She poured love into everything she did, leaving a legacy of compassion, creativity, and a strong sense of community. Her memory will forever inspire us to find joy in life's simple pleasures such as knitting a cozy sweater on a winter evening or baking the perfect batch of cookies to share with loved ones.

In mourning her departure from this world while cherishing the beauty she brought into our lives, let us celebrate Pauline Bielski's remarkable journey and bid farewell to a woman who exemplified goodness in its purest form. May she rest in eternal peace knowing that her legacy will forever be etched in the hearts of those she touched. Private services were held for Pauline.

Arrangements are by  Higgins-Reardon Funeral Home.

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