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Agnes Pavicic

November 20, 1925 — April 20, 2018

Agnes "Aggie" Pavicic, 92, joined her heavenly Father on Friday, April 20, 2018. She left this earth peacefully and gently, leaving behind a legacy of love, family, and friendships. A visitation will be held from 4-7:30pm Friday April 27th at St. John the Baptist Church in Kansas City, KS with the rosary at 4pm. A mass of celebration will be held on Saturday at 10:00am, also at the church. Arrangements have been made by Skradski Funeral Home. Agnes Pauline Chop was born at the family home on Strawberry Hill on November 20, 1925. She attended St. John the Baptist Elementary School and Wyandotte High School. During high school, she worked at Ovson Egg Company, preparing food items to be used in MREs for WWII soldiers. She also worked at the U.S. Medical Depot, packing U.S. Army medical kits for combat injuries. She worked as a medical assistant, bookkeeper and secretary for more than 30 years, but always felt that raising her five children was her most important job. Aggie will always be remembered as the life of the party. She had a passion for music, singing and dancing, often leading the chorus of Croatian songs at weddings, polka dances and gatherings. Her beautiful smile, compassion, brilliant sense of humor and fun-loving spirit were her trademarks. She was an amazing wife, mother, grandmother, and treasured friend to so many.Agnes was preceded in death by her parents Matt and Lena (Muhvich) Chop, siblings Josephine Wolf, Matt Chop, Mary Chop and Helen Hillix; her husband of 50 years Fred B. Pavicic, daughter Linda Kissgen, and son Dr. Ron Pavicic. She is survived by her daughters Monica Grosdidier, Janice Pavicic, Elaine (Bryan) Ferguson; grandchildren Brian Grosdidier, Sara Grosdidier, Eric Ferguson and Andrew Ferguson; sisters-in-law Catherine (Pavicic) Chontos and Ann (Pavicic) Jincks, along with many loving nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Memorial contributions can be made to St. Johns Church, Christ the King Church or St. Theresas Orphanage.In a short biography she penned years ago, Aggie wrote, "I would like to be remembered as someone who loved people, loved to dance and sing, loved my God and His blessed Mother Mary and that in some way have helped others enjoy life." Well done, Mom.
Agnes "Aggie" Pavicic, 92, joined her heavenly Father on Friday, April 20, 2018. She left this earth peacefully and gently, leaving behind a legacy of love, family, and friendships. A visitation will be held from 4-7:30pm Friday April 27th at St. John the Baptist Church in Kansas City, KS with the rosary at 4pm. A mass of celebration will be held on Saturday at 10:00am, also at the church. Arrangements have been made by Skradski Funeral Home. Agnes Pauline Chop was born at the family home on Strawberry Hill on November 20, 1925. She attended St. John the Baptist Elementary School and Wyandotte High School. During high school, she worked at Ovson Egg Company, preparing food items to be used in MREs for WWII soldiers. She also worked at the U.S. Medical Depot, packing U.S. Army medical kits for combat injuries. She worked as a medical assistant, bookkeeper and secretary for more than 30 years, but always felt that raising her five children was her most important job. Aggie will always be remembered as the life of the party. She had a passion for music, singing and dancing, often leading the chorus of Croatian songs at weddings, polka dances and gatherings. Her beautiful smile, compassion, brilliant sense of humor and fun-loving spirit were her trademarks. She was an amazing wife, mother, grandmother, and treasured friend to so many.Agnes was preceded in death by her parents Matt and Lena (Muhvich) Chop, siblings Josephine Wolf, Matt Chop, Mary Chop and Helen Hillix; her husband of 50 years Fred B. Pavicic, daughter Linda Kissgen, and son Dr. Ron Pavicic. She is survived by her daughters Monica Grosdidier, Janice Pavicic, Elaine (Bryan) Ferguson; grandchildren Brian Grosdidier, Sara Grosdidier, Eric Ferguson and Andrew Ferguson; sisters-in-law Catherine (Pavicic) Chontos and Ann (Pavicic) Jincks, along with many loving nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Memorial contributions can be made to St. Johns Church, Christ the King Church or St. Theresas Orphanage.In a short biography she penned years ago, Aggie wrote, "I would like to be remembered as someone who loved people, loved to dance and sing, loved my God and His blessed Mother Mary and that in some way have helped others enjoy life." Well done, Mom.
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SERVICES Visitation
Friday, April 27, 2018 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
St. John the Baptist 708 N. 4th Kansas City, Kansas 66101
Mass of Christian Burial
Saturday, April 28, 2018 10:00 AM
St. John the Baptist 708 N. 4th Kansas City, Kansas 66101
Burial
Saturday, April 28, 2018 11:30 AM
Mt. Calvary Cemetery 38 & State Kansas City, Kansas 66102

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