Memorial for Edythe Layne Curtis Grzegorewski
Libbey High Class of 1957

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Photo Caption: Charming Originality: (At Edmund Libbey) Zeta Literary Society 2,3; Future Nurses of America 2,3; Officer 2,3; Y-teens 1,2,3; Jr. Classical League 1.
(At Anthony Wayne) Glee 4; Girls Athletic Association 4; Officer 4; Antonians 4; Science Club 4.

All Classmates; The one thing I liked most about not-a-strand-out-of-place Layne was she never went around saying, “At Libbey we did it this way,” like Glenn and everybody like him did. Layne, as a new AW General was reserved and she held her horses and did not go into conflicts. She was smart in class and a little too fond of John Foster Dulles, but I marked that off to her metropolitan upbringing. If Layne had been raised in Waterville she may have been more like a cross between Margaret O’Brian and Joan of Arc. Showy, but disciplined and she moved down the hall only when determined to do so. During eighth period study hall, she never whined about leaving behind all her friends. She is one of the girls in your life that you wish you could have known better. --Michael Elling

Special thanks to Alyce Sawyer Richardson for forwarding this on to us from her husband Fred Grzegorzewski:

Edythe Layne Grzegorzewski 1939-2010 --Green County (Ohio) News, Published October 4, 2010.
Edythe Layne Grzegorzewski, age 71 of Xenia, passed away Friday at Greene Memorial Hospital in Xenia. She was born April 26, 1939 in Columbus, Ohio the daughter of the late Glenn and Alice (Rolph) Curtis. She is survived by her husband: Fred Grzegorzewski AW/56; daughters: Tamara Bowman (Charles) and Julie Rinehart (William); sons: Matthew Grzegorzewski (Tonia) and Stefan Grzegorzewski (Jasmine); sisters: Joyce Turner of Colorado, Lynda Whoolery of South Carolina, and Mary Alice Bucher of South Carolina; brother: Merle Curtis of Florida; grandchildren: Angela Bowman, Michael Bowman, Justin Grzegorzewski (Jennifer Wickman), Thomas Grzegorzewski, Tyler Grzegorzewski, Dominic Moore, Christian Grzegorzewski, and Evan Grzegorzewski; great-grandchildren: Landon Wickman and Lily Grzegorzewski. Edythe is also survived by numerous other friends and family members.

She was retired from the Xenia City Schools where she loved to cook. Memorial services will be held at 1:00 PM Saturday October 9, 2010 at the Bethel Community Church 1020 Lower Bellbrook Rd Xenia, Ohio. Family will receive friends from 11:00 AM until the time of service. Funeral arrangements are in care of McColaugh Funeral Home Inc. 826 N. Detroit St. Xenia. Online condolences may be made to the family at http://www.*****/****.

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