Casmir Jandura

Casmir Jandura

Friday, August 1st, 1930 Monday, September 28th, 2020

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Obituary for Casmir Jandura


Casmir Jandura of Garfield, NJ, returned home to the Lord on September 28th, 2020, under the care of his loving daughter, Karen, and with the support of family and friends. Casmir was 90 years old, born in Wallington, NJ on August 1st, 1930 to Jacob and Antonina (Klapacz) Jandura. Casmir was predeceased by his beloved wife of 67 years, Lorraine Jandura, on March 15th, 2020, and his beloved son, Thomas J. Jandura of Rockaway, NJ, on March 26th, 2011 as well as his sister, Gladys Sleece, his brother, Stanley Jandora, and another brother who died as a child. Casmir is survived by his devoted and beloved daughter Karen T. Rezanka and her husband Thomas W. Rezanka of Palm Harbor, FL, his sister-in-law Janet (Zarucha) McGowan of Randolph, NJ, along with nephews, nieces, cousins, an aunt, and lifetime friends and their families whose lives have been touched by him in very special ways.

Cass was the loving and devoted husband of his beloved wife, Lorraine (Zarucha) Jandura, whom he married in 1953, after proudly serving in a combat unit of the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Lorraine and Cass lived a joy-filled life together, which they shared continuously with their children, extended family, and lifelong friends. Cass loved his family and had many talents, not the least of which included building grandfather clocks, fixing and building just about anything, working around and caring for his home and cars, baking wonderful Polish treats, and cooking in his later years. The most important thing, however, was spending time with his beloved wife, Lorraine, enjoying their homes in NJ and FL, having parties, get-togethers, and wonderful meals with their children, family, and friends throughout the years, traveling the country together, sharing meals and happy times with his son, Thomas and his family over the years, cruising, sharing delicious meals and exploring many FL destinations with Karen and her husband, Tom, and enjoying the simple pleasures of life together with Lorraine. Cass and Lorraine were devoted parishioners of the Church of the Most Holy Name in Garfield, NJ.

In life, Cass and Lorraine did everything together. We want to be able to celebrate the joy-filled lives of Casmir and Lorraine Jandura together, without the current COVID-19 concerns. Therefore, a joint celebration of the Mass of the Resurrection for Casmir and Lorraine Jandura will be held at a future date when family and friends can gather freely and share their experiences with each other in person. The date of joint celebration will be posted on the and the websites once determined.

Prior to Casmir being laid to rest at St. Michael’s Cemetery, South Hackensack, NJ, a funeral service for Casmir will be webcast and/or recorded. Details of these events and login information will be posted on the website when details have been finalized.

To honor the memory of Casmir and Lorraine Jandura, you can plant a tree by visiting the Heartfelt Sympathies Store or you can make a tribute donation in their names to the Southern Poverty Law Center and send an e-card notification to or to Thomas & Karen Rezanka, P.O. Box 1415, Palm Harbor, FL 34682-1415.


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    Tuesday, October 13th, 2020 |
    St. Michael's Cemetery
    120 Saddle River Road
    South Hackensack, New Jersey
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    Tuesday, October 13th, 2020

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Phil Wohlrab and Piszcz Family sent flowers to the family of Casmir Jandura.
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Phil Wohlrab and Piszcz Family sent flowers to the family of Casmir Jandura.
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The Graziano's -

God bless dear Lorraine & Cass, may they're sweet souls rest in peace. The Graziano's - Mike & Joann
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Phil Wohlrab

Will never forget the time spent visiting Cas and Lorraine when I was a kid. Sent with love and remembrance, Phil and Alanna Wohlrab
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Piszcz Family

With loving memories of "Casmir Jandura", may peace and comfort find you at this difficult time.
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