May 1, 2003
ANASTASIA "NETTIE" DOLORES INDERSKI
(2/14/1911 - 4/23/2003)
Anastasia "Nettie" Dolores Inderski died Wednesday, April 23, 2003, at the "Bluff's" in Columbia, MO at the age of 92.
Mrs. Inderski was born February 14, 1911 in Indiana Harbor, IN, to Anastazy Rudzinski and Mary Giertych Rudzinski. Mrs. Inderski married Edward Inderski in 1930. They owned and operated florist shops in Lowell and the Grant Street Florist and Greenhouses in Gary, IN, before retiring to Clermont, FL. Mrs. Inderski spent the last few years in Columbia, MO, with her granddaughter.
They had two children, Geraldine J. Childress (Dean), of Memphis, MO and Edward J. Inderski, Jr. (Betty) of Bloomfield, IA.
Mrs. Inderski was a member of the Newman Center in Columbia. She had been an active member of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in both Clermont, FL and Gary, IN while living in the area.
In addition to her son she is survived by four granddaughters, Karen M. Miller (David) of Columbia, MO, Kathy Prater (Ron) of Springfield, MO, Deanne (Kirk) Schlarbaum of Danville, IA, Melissa (Terry) Campbell of Blue Earth, MN and Lana Inderski of Batavia, IA. Also, six grandsons, five from Missouri, Brian and Bruce (Jeannie) Childress of Memphis, Gary (Barbee) Childress of Greentop, Scott (Becky) Childress of Edina, Chris (Mandy) Childress of Pilot Grove and John (Luann) Inderski from Urbandale, IA. Six brothers, Edmund Rudzinski (ElCajon, CA), Harry Rudzinski (Cartersville, GA), George and John "Ziggy" Rudzinski (Hobart, IN), Julius Rudzinski (Portage, IN), Wally Rudzinski (Valparaiso, IN) and one sister, Edna Early (Deerfield, IL), also survived her. As well, her sisters-in-law, Jerry Rudzinski and Albina Mikulich, sixteen great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild survive her.
Her husband, daughter and brother Henry preceded her in death.
Visitation was held at the Geisen Funeral Home in Merrillville, IN, Friday, April 25th with the funeral at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church on Saturday. Interment was in the Calvary Cemetery. Memorials may be given to the Newman Center, 701 Maryland Ave. Columbia, MO 65201 or the Alzheimer's Association.
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