SUN PRAIRIE--It is with great sadness that the family of Denise A. Daroszeski announces her unexpected passing on Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at the age of 48.
Denise is survived by many loved ones including her daughter, Kayleigh, of whom she was most proud; her father Kenneth Daroszeski (Maria Cunha), her sister Amy Daroszeski (Amanda Henes); and her loving partner Andrew Hell. Denise is further survived by many good friends, especially those from Rock-a-Bye Daycare, other relatives, and the children from her daycare that she adored and to whom she dedicated her passion and expertise. Denise now reunites with her dear mother, Susan Daroszeski, and her beloved grandparents, Marie and Richard Switalski and Jean and Ralph Daroszeski
Denise enjoyed cooking, baking, Harley Davidson, and everything 80's. She was a quiet, sensitive person, who was completely selfless and care deeply for those closest to her. She will be sorely missed.
In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in memory of Denise may be made to Kayleigh's college fund that has already been established.
Funds collected will be transferred from GoFundMe directly to her saving account. https://www.gofundme.com/d8uzhd-kayleigh039s-college-fund
Private Services will be held.
Cress Funeral & Cremation Service
1310 Emerald Terrace
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
Our daughter Denise
And then a child was born, life would never be the same. Thank you dear God.
The first time I met Denise I held her high above my head and she threw up on me! Welcome to father hood. It turns out that babies are really messy people. Maybe you knew that. Just the same we were truly in love with this child, our first, and to this very day that has not, and never wil change.
Seasons passed, First steps, were followed by others, many others. I found myself running along side her firs two wheeler until I could let her go. I was afraid to, she wasn’t.
Denise was my daughter only some times. When things went right, Sue, her mother, would say that’s my girl! Other times, when Denise wasn’t so good, Mom would say “that’s your daughter. Good times or bad, I am
always her father. I remember the good, I’m not sure there are any others.
I recall dandy lion bouquets in spring, catching turtles in summer,
letting them go in the fall, with a fresh coat of wax. There were birthday parties, decorating her bike for the Forth of July parade and bike contest.
Standing on Dad’s feet as we danced. As any father will attest, daughters are very light on your feet, and just right in your heart. There was a myriad of activities, to numerous to list, to important to forget.
Christmas was a special time in our lives ,and Denise made it all the more so. As you may know, if it didn’t take at the very least, three people to get the tree into the house, the tree was too small. Denise went on all the Christmas tree hunts, and she could pull and tug on that tree with the best of them. As winter arrives all my girls, including my grand daughter, know we will play in the snow. Denise, like the others learned to skate, down hill ski, toboggan, make snow men and drink hot chocolate. Denise,“Our daughter,” excelled at all of them.
Growing up was challenging, as it is for all of us, and many times
she “became, my daughter.” I’ll take that!
Denise tried a few different occupations but found her niche in child care. She worked for a few different places, but really came into
her own when she started her own day care . The time, effort and caring she put into that was extraordinary. The children she cared for will all be better people for experiencing her teaching, care, and devotion.
No child experienced that, and an over whelming love more than
my granddaughter, Kayleigh. I was there and witnessed the delivery.
A truly amazing experience. I could spend pages and pages on Kayleigh’s numerous talents, but the thing I like best, is that she still likes to hang out with Papa a couple times a week. And she is fifteen!
Things I will miss the most are, the phone calls to see how I am doing, and to talk for a while. It wasn’t the topic that mattered, it was the feelings it created. And there were all those invitations. She would
say, after you get back from taking Kayleigh, skating, skiing, shooting,
etc, why don’t you stay for dinner. Let me tell you anything she would make was a lot better than I would have made. Although, I don’t burn water any more. Denise was always ready to drop what she was doing to give me a hand with anything. I could count on her, She was always there for me. Always! That speaks volumes about her and I will be reading and rereading those for the rest of my life
This is a letter no parent should ever have to write. Nothing I can say will ever express he extreme sense of loss this brings. Nor will any words revel the true love and devotion I continue to feel. Denise I am still in love with you,
Denise lived March 25 1970, through August seventh 2018
To you, O Lord, I lift up my soul. You are in our thoughts and prayers. May your memories bring you peace.
Denise at Dad's
Lake Louise family vacation
Denise your kindness and your special love for Noah will never go unforgotten, you will always hold a speacial place in our hearts, Rest In Peace Denise god truly has a very special angel.
So sad you have passed so young Denise. Now you reunite with your Mom in Heaven. Condolences to your Father , Ken. I really enjoyed taking care of you and your little sister Amy. God's Blessings
If my parting has left a void,
Then fill it with remembered joys.
A friendship shared, a laugh, a kiss, yes, these things I too will miss.
For a best friend that has never been forgotten. We were lost and I couldn't find you. Your smile and friendship will never be forgotten.
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