Tabitha “Tabby” Kieliszewski, 23
Tabitha “Tabby” Kieliszewski, age 23 formerly of Stevens Point, currently living in Mosinee, went to the Lord Friday, Sept. 15, 2017 at Aspirus Wausau Hosptal, after having been in an automobile accident.
Funeral services for Tabby will be held at 11 AM on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017 at the Shuda Funeral Chapel – Stevens Point. Friends and family will gather to share memories from 9 AM until the time of services at Shuda’s on Saturday.
Tabby was born Dec. 24, 1993 in Stevens Point, the daughter of Kevin and Linda (Miller) Kieliszewski. She attended Rooselvelt Elementary, Ben Franklin Jr High, and graduated from SPASH in 2012.
Tabby had a passion to help people, and her future plans included earning her CNA and attending nursing school. She had worked at North Haven, Brookhaven, and Care Partners Assisted Living Centers. She was currently employed at Acorn Assisted Care in Mosinee.
Tabby was a proponent of organ donation, and was a five-year plasma donor. Tabby loved life, taking care of the elderly and her son. She was proud to be his mother.
Tabby is survived by her son Liam and her fiance’ Ian Rosebrook; her mother Linda (Dean) Thompson of Grand Marsh; her sister: Savanna (fiance’ Don Sargent) Roback; niece: Rubi Sargent of Wisconsin Rapids; grandmother Betty Miller of Stevens Point; aunts and uncles: Duane (Betty) Kieliszewski of Stevens Point; Keith (Jill) Kieliszewski of Sioux Falls, South Dakota; Lois (Gus) Benson of Brooklyn Park, Minn., Mark (Tracie) Miller of Burke Va.; Dale Miller of Stevens Point; Barb (Tim) Jisko of Stevens Point; step-aunts and uncles: Tyler (Michelle) Thompson of Junction City; Travis (Dawn) Thompson of Junction City; Bob (Amy) Thompson of Pulaski, Wis.; Tim (Kathy) Thompson of Florida, and Marlene Thompson of Stevens Point; step-grandmother, Janice Thompson of Stevens Point. She had many cousins on both sides of family.
She was preceded in death by her father Kevin, her grandfather James Miller, and her nephew Gunnar Sargent.
Online condolences may be sent by visiting http://www.shudafuneral.com.