Deloris “Dolly” Wesoloski, 94 of Guthrie Lakes, passed away at home on Friday, September 10, 2021.
Born on September 5, 1927 in Hamtramck, she was the daughter of Walter and Wanda (Mrozinski) Pakulski. Dolly grew up in Hamtramck where she was a 1945 graduate of Hamtramck High School.
On September 4, 1948, Dolly was united in marriage to Edward A. Wesoloski at St. Florian Catholic Church in Hamtramck. They were longtime residents of Oak Park where they raised their family.
Dolly worked for 40 years at Michigan Bell, which later became AT&T. She spent many of those years as a manager.
After retiring, she and Ed spent winters in south Texas for 15 years and summers at Guthrie Lakes, where they had owned property and vacationed since 1974. They made Guthrie Lakes their year round home in 2000.
Dolly and Ed loved to travel. They took trips to Alaska, Hawaii, Cancun and Panama.
Dolly was an avid reader and crafter. She enjoyed needlepoint and knitting. She’ll be remembered for the countless hats and headbands she made for Gaylord area school kids. She also enjoyed computer games. Dolly and Ed played many rounds of golf together as members of Wilderness Valley.
With Dolly’s faith an important part of her life, she was a devout parishioner at St. Mary Cathedral in Gaylord.
She was preceded in death by her husband, Edward “Eddie” Wesoloski in 2016. Surviving are her six children, Edward (Kim) Wesoloski of Lansing, Kathleen Hardin of Portland, OR, Kenneth (Karen) Wesoloski of Oxford, Thomas Wesoloski of Guthrie Lakes, Christopher Wesoloski of Oak Park and Barbara (Christian) Guest of Cedar; grandchildren, Andrew Wesoloski, Anne Wesoloski, Derek Holzer, Erin Holzer, Cody (Bonnie) Hardin, Daniel (Amber) Hardin, Lauren (Jeff) Ferry, Kevin (Anna) Wesoloski, Aurelia Guest and Hank Guest; great grandchildren, Kyrah Novak, Benjamin Hardin, Grant Hardin, Kinsley Ferry, Kennedy Ferry and Owen Wesoloski; sisters, Lorraine Heiser and Jean (Louis) Henderson; a brother, Walter (Julie) Pack and several nieces and nephews. She was also preceded in death by a sister, Judith Tadeusiak.
A graveside memorial service will be held at Resurrection Cemetery in Gaylord at 12:00 noon Saturday, September 25, 2021. Those who wish are asked to consider memorial contributions to Hospice of Michigan.
Arrangements are by Gaylord Community Funeral Home & Cremation Service. Please share your memories and personal messages with the family at www.gaylordfuneralhome.com