Kathleen A. Niscior, 63, formerly of Toledo and most recently of Helena, passed away Wednesday, December 2, 2020 at her residence surrounded by her family and pets. She was born March 21, 1957 in Toledo the daughter of Donald and Margaret (Chapman) Wisniewski.
After meeting on an arranged blind date and 4 year long courtship, she married the forever love of her life Anthony John Niscior at Regina Coeli Catholic Church in Toledo on September 18, 1976. The love that Tony and Kathy shared was a rare find which will last forever and can never be recreated. Together they produced 48 years of beautiful memories, perhaps the most cherished were family vacations, camping trips, nights spent dancing with her husband, and watching her grandchildren.
Kathy was a devoted mother and wife. She was known for her selfless goal of making everyone else’s lives more comfortable. She enjoyed endless cups of coffee, sharing recipes, baking Christmas coffee cakes with her daughter, making Perogies on Easter with the entire family, and being there when her husband came home; ready to spend time with only him. Aside from her never ending kindness, she was known for her baked beans, which were often asked for if she were to attend any gathering. Maybe one of her most endearing traits was her ability to find joy in all the simple pleasures in life, as it did not take much to make her grateful and happy.
Surviving is her husband, Anthony John Niscior of Helena, OH; children: Lisa Marie (John) Blackburn; Raymond Michael (Melinda Marie) Niscior and Anthony John Jr. (Destiny Rachelle) Niscior all of Toledo, OH; grandchildren: Katelyn Marie, Raymond Michael Jr., Anthony John III, John Paul Jr., Margaret Ann; brother Marshall (Marlene) Wisniewski of Maumee, OH; and her pets Lucy, Sofie, and Butters. She was preceded in death by her parents and sisters Susie Hawkins and Karen Fulton.
Visitation will take place at 11:00 A.M. on Thursday, December 10, 2020 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 550 Smith Road, Fremont, OH. A Mass of Resurrection will follow at 12 Noon. Fr. Chris Kardzis will officiate. Masks are required for visitation and funeral services, social distancing will take place. All are invited to virtually attend services via livestream at www.hermanfh.com. Burial will follow at Elmore-Harris Union Cemetery. Online condolences may be expressed at www.hermanfh.com