Sarakay Michno Obituary, Death – Sarakay Michno of St. Louis, Mo, has sadly passed away unexpectedly leaving loved ones and family in grief and agony. In 1943, she began working for Diehls manufacturing, which would go on to become the employer at which she would continue to work for the entirety of her professional life. On June 7 of that year, 1947, she tied the knot with Raymond R. Michno, Sr., making her Raymond R. Michno’s wife for all intents and purposes. Even though she was a mother and was responsible for raising her children, she worked for the majority of her life.
This was despite the fact that she was a working mother. In addition to her work at Johns-Manville, where she was employed for a period of ten years, she put in a total of 33 years at RCA, where she was employed in quality control and testing labs for a variety of government projects. She also put in a total of 10 years at Johns-Manville. In addition to that, she was employed at Johns-Manville for a time. In 1988, she made the decision to call it quits at RCA and retire instead.
Sarakay participated in a diverse array of activities throughout the entirety of her life. Some of these activities include softball, bowling, growing roses and vegetables, and going to a number of plays and concerts. These were only a few of the many things that she participated in throughout the day. The thing that she enjoyed doing most was traveling with her family to unusual locations such as amusement parks, beaches, and lakes, as well as other locations of their own kind that were distinctive and out of the ordinary.
Her husband accompanied them on all of their travels, and as a result, the two of them visited 46 out of the 50 states, in addition to Canada and the Caribbean. Her trip to Hungary, Austria, and the Czech Republic in 2001 with her daughter and her two grandsons was by far her favorite vacation, and she went with her daughter and her grandsons to all three countries. She took her camera with her on the trip. During the time that she spent in that region, she made trips to both of the countries that are home to her parents’ birthplaces and places of childhood upbringing.
Sarakay’s passing was precipitated by the deaths of her family members, including her husband of 60 years, Raymond R. Michno, Sr., her son Raymond (Rick) R. Michno, Jr., and her siblings John, Ludwig, George, Emil, Alex, William, and Mary. Raymond R. Michno, Sr. passed away after a career in the aerospace industry. For the entirety of their marriage, Sarakay and Raymond R. Michno, Sr. were together for sixty years. Raymond R. Michno, Sr., Sarakay’s husband of 60 years, as well as her son Raymond (Rick) R. Michno, Jr., both passed away prior to Sarakay’s passing. Her own parents were also among the people who had passed away before she did (Michalowski).
Her children Kathleen (Craig) Daniels and Linda Adams, as well as her grandchildren Michael (Regina) Daniels, Mark Daniels, John Perhach, and Kristina Perhach, and her great-grandchildren Owen Genovesi and Matthew Daniels, all survive her. In addition, she is survived by members of her extended family, friends who were particularly close to her, and a sizeable brood of nieces and nephews.