Juliana Adamczeski, 86 of Southampton, NY went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, March 24, 2021. Juliana was born May 15, 1934 in Southampton, NY to Francis (Frank) Dull and Rose Kiezel. She spent her entire life in Southampton and graduated from Southampton High School. Juliana loved sports playing field hockey, volleyball and basketball. After graduation, she spent most of her career in banking working for Chemical Bank and Bank of the Hamptons. She finished her career working in the business department of Southampton Hospital until she retired. Juliana was active and volunteered her time with Our Lady of Poland Church working “bingo nights”, the Mother’s Club, joined the Ladies Guild and helped with many fundraising events. She also helped counting the collection money for Our Lady of Poland Church for twenty plus years. Juliana worked hard her entire life as a single mother of 4 children and spent many a weekend cooking for events at the former Polish Hall. She still found time to enjoy being with family and friends. Following her beloved NY Yankees, shopping, watching her game and cooking shows on television, bowling, and reading were only some of her activities that she cherished during her life. Juliana was preceded in death by her parents Francis and Rose Dull and brother and sister-in-law Francis (Frank) Jr. and Theresa Dull. Juliana is survived by the blessings in her life, that being her 4 children, 4 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Son Michael Wolfe (Tommy) of Mooresville, NC; Son Walter (Dr. Jennifer Kuzma) and their daughters Ryan and Samantha of Holly Springs, NC; Daughter Patricia (Dr. James Linnick) of Lee’s Summit, MO and their sons Christopher (Amanda) with daughters Ada and Layla of Olatha, KS, Ryan (Carolyn) with son Flynn Ryder of Kansas City, MO; Son Francis (Ramona) of Hampton Bays, NY. Funeral Service will be at Our Lady of Poland Church on Wednesday March 31, 2021 at 10:00 AM. Graveside burial following service will be at Sacred Hearts RC cemetery in Southampton. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (stjude.org)
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