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  Alexandra Kazickas
6.17.1920 - 6.17.2011
 We would like to express our deep and heartfelt sympathy over the loss of your beloved Wife and Mother Mrs. Alexandra Kazickas. She was a person who touched lives of all the Lithuanians and their loved ones on Long Island. We will always remember her visits to the Lithuanian Saturday School, letters to us and her constant attention and care.
 For the past five years, Mrs. A. Kazickas generously supported Lithuanian Saturday School of Riverhead, NY which was named in her honor. A. Kazickas Lithuanian School not only became a place for the extended education of Lithuanian language, literature, history, geography and heritage for the young but a community center for all Lithuanians. Mrs. Alexandra Kazickas was an inspiration to all of us. Mrs and Dr. Joseph Kazickas raised five children. Mrs. Kazickas was a devoted wife to her very successful businessman/philanthropist husband. She continued to be a very committed supporter of his work. Mrs. A. Kazickas was a social figure who passionately nurtured our Lithuanian culture. She spoke and wrote fluent Lithuanian. Her youthful energy, femininity and humble attentive nature with others was a wonderful example to every one of us. Mrs. A. Kazickas left beautiful memories in the hearts of students, parents, faculty and staff.
 Our deepest sympathy and gratitude goes out to Dr. Joseph Kazickas, daughter Jurate, sons John, Joseph and Michael and their loved ones. May it be a comfort to know you are in our thoughts and prayers.

 Sincerely,
 Neila Baumiliene
 A. Kazickas Lithuanian School principal