I was saddened to read of Vera's passing. She was always a lady to me, her Goddaughter. Her baking was second to none and I always enjoyed our pre-Christmas visits. We had great talks as she fed me her delicious baked treats. Vera was a good friend to my mother, Kathleen Marsh, and they shared many good times together, playing cards, etc. Vera and Austin and my parents even took a trip to England together many years ago. I know Vera had her challenges in more recent times, but, I will always remember her as she was, full of stories and laughter.
My sincerest condolences to all the family.
Joan Johnstone (Marsh)
Sylvia and family, wanted once again to express our sincerest sympathy in the passing of Aunt Vera. I always felt all the women in the Orosz family, from Grandma to the youngest, Aunt Vera were very strong and forces to be reckoned with. I'm sure it is this strength that sustained Aunt Vera from her darkest days until her last. How wonderful, that God in His wisdom blessed Aunt Vera with the perfect husband in Uncle Austin. Aunt Vera was spirited, warm-hearted, generous in helping, especially her family, and a great cook and baker. I have no idea why, but she and Uncle Austin invited me to spend a few days with them during several summer holidays several times. I thought that was great. I'm doubtful Sylvia felt it was great having a younger cousin stay over! What was was really surprising was Aunt and Uncle let me "play" the piano until I more or less (LOL) could plunk out God Save the Queen. How they stood the lengthy, interminable cacophony still astounds me! It was during one of these visit I first tasted Aunt Vera's Macaroni and Cheese. My Mom didn't make this dish. My taste buds never forgot, it was heavenly. Although she did give me her recipe years later, I could never duplicate the taste to my satisfaction. If there is any cooking in heaven, I've no doubt she is preparing something for her beloved Austin. May each of your hearts be less pained knowing Aunt Vera is once again healthy and with Uncle Austin. Love, Isabell and John Kovats