Mrs. Lucille Wiencek

May 26, 1941 - December 5, 2018
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WIENCEK, Lucille F. of North Port, FL died on December 6, 2018. She was 77. Lucille was born in Lackawanna, NY to Ann and Stanley Palczewski.
Survivors include husband, Thomas Wiencek ; son, Mark J. Wiencek; grandaughter Rachel M. Wiencek; great-grandaughter Alexis, two brothers, Stanley Palczewski and Dan Palczewski; and sister JoAnne M. Skoczylas. A Celebration of Life will be held December 14, 2018, from 10:00AM to 11:00AM at Farley Funeral Home, 5900 S Biscayne Dr, North Port, FL 34287, 941-426-2880.
In lieu of flowers the family requests that a donation in Lucille’s name be made to to Tidewell Hospice either online at or by mail at Tidewell Hospice Philanthropy Department, 5955 Rand Boulevard, Sarasota, FL 34238 The family wishes to thank the staff and nurses at Florida Cancer Specialist as well as Tidewell Hospice.

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Born: May 26, 1941
Died: December 5, 2018

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Melissa Michalek-Myers posted on 2/12/19

Lucille was my godmother. We lost touch many years ago but I have never forgotten her or the love she gave me. I wish time and circumstances hadn’t separated us but she will always be a part of me. She made me feel loved and special. As a child, I needed that more than she could have ever known.


Roberta Tarte posted on 12/12/18

I had the good fortune to be referred to Lucille in 2006 at J.C. Penney where she worked as a hair stylist. And what a stylist she was! We got to know each other quite well and shared many stories, family details, and news. Of course we got to know her wonderful dogs who kept her company and their stories too. We often threatened to take Lucille north with us for the summer as we had never found a better stylist at home. There was no one like her. Lucille loved her family very much and kept us up to date on the career and lives of her son Mark and granddaughter Rachel; she was so very proud of them. When she retired from JC Penney, Lucille wanted to come to our homes and make us look better with one of her wonderful cuts and that is what we did. We would have coffee, chat and laugh about life and the world in general. When Lucille's energy began to wane, we went to her beautiful home where she made us one or more of her wonderful, organic and healthy treats served with coffee and conversation. Of course, we left feeling beautiful again thanks to Lucille. We will remember her kind heart, her generous spirit and welcoming heart to those of us from the north. We miss her very much. Roberta Tarte, Maple Leaf Estates, FL


Brenda and Jack Pipp posted on 12/10/18

Lucille was the kindest neighbor, friend. She had so many talents besides her talents with hair. She will be truly missed. We loved her so much.


Dorothy Dufort posted on 12/9/18

Will always remember our morning "teas" with the home made goodies after ever hair cut and will miss you dearly With Love