Stasia was born in Poland, April 20, 1928. At age 11 during the uprising of WWII, she and her mother were forced out of their home by the Russians. And eventually ended up in Camp Arusha in East Africa for the remainder of the war as a Polish Refugee. She left Poland as a child having endured one of the toughest times in the history of the world. She returned to England in her early adulthood and there she married Matthew Krol and had her first child Christine.
The family left England and settled in New Jersey. There she had her second daughter, Elizabeth. Many years later, she married her beloved Monty and moved to Florida settling in Port Richey.
Stasia will be remembered as a beautiful, strong and courageous woman with a warm heart. She will be missed by those who knew and loved her, especially her companion cat Misha.
Stasia is predeceased in death by her parents, daughter Elizabeth, Matthew and Monty.
She is survived by her daughter Christine, son in law Joseph and granddaughter, Nicole.