Michelle “Mickey” (Zoll) Maslankowski, 1945-2017

Michelle “Mickey” (Zoll) Maslankowski, 71, of Chittenango, NY, formerly from LaPorte, IN, passed away June 28, 2017, at The Grand Healthcare in Chittenango.

She was born December 19, 1945, in Indianapolis, IN, to Mary and Herman Zoll, who preceded her in death.

Mickey was a retired Supervisor for ESCO Technology in Ne York.  She was a member of St. Peter Catholic Church in LaPorte.

In 1984, Mickey married George Maslankowski, who preceded her in death. They enjoyed golfing and traveling to their favorite fishing spots in the United States.

She was also preceded in death by her brothers, Bob Zoll and Jan Miller.

Mickey is survived by her brothers Patrick (Kathy) Zoll of LaPorte and Rick (Linda) Zoll of Collinsville, IL, and many nieces and nephews.

She was so blessed to have such special friends/angels in her life.

A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.

Memorial contributions may be made to The American Cancer Society, PO Box 22478, Oklahoma City, OK  73123, in memory of Michelle Maslankowski.

Messages of condolence may be posted below on WNLP.

7 Responses to “Michelle “Mickey” (Zoll) Maslankowski, 1945-2017”

  1. Gary & Pam Gustina

    Jun 28. 2017

    We loved her very much Mickey was just the same as family we will miss her very much
    Mickey say hi to George for us
    RIP Mickey
    Gus and Pam

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  2. Julie Kessler

    Jun 28. 2017

    Pat, I’m so sorry.

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  3. Joanne

    Jun 29. 2017

    Going to miss you my dearest friend. Love you. May you rest in peace.


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  4. Gail Johnson

    Jun 29. 2017

    PZ —
    So sorry for your loss. I was ready to type “one of a kind”, but then there is YOU. Same spirit, joyful in life, kind and genuine.
    Mickey will be forever remembered!

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  5. Jennifer Inman

    Jul 01. 2017

    My thoughts and prayers to Mik’s family. She had an entire community who adored her. She treated everyone she met with nothing but kindness. She had had great stories. Her smile, infectious. She was always like another mom to me, although she despised me calling her that, so I had to say she was like a Sister. I will honor her memory so fondly.

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  6. Debra Harris Ingram

    Jul 12. 2017

    Pat, I am so terribly sorry for your loss.

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  7. Jon Roewer

    Jul 28. 2017


    _jon roewer

    Manlius, NY

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