Helen Vilma Csajaghy

  • Born: May 19, 1915
  • Died: March 12, 2015
  • Location: Englewood, Florida

Roberson Funeral Home and Crematory

2151 Tamiami Trail
Port Charlotte, FL 33948

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Tel. 941-629-3141

Tribute & Message From The Family


Helen Vilma Csajaghy, 99, of Englewood, Florida, passed away on Thursday, March 12, 2015 in Port Charlotte.

She was born May 19, 1915 in Chicago, Illinois to the late Joseph and Vilma Csajaghy. A U.S. Navy veteran of World War II, Helen managed Edward's Liquor Store in her native Chicago, until retiring to Englewood in 1985. She was Protestant.

She is survived by sisters, Florence S. Szepi of Port Charlotte, and Patricia R. Imre of Aurora, IL; a niece, Vilma Bilsky, and nephews, Louis J. Szepi, Alan Szepi, and James Csajaghy; and many extended family members. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by three brothers, Charles, Joseph and Edward Csajaghy, and a nephew, Larry Csajaghy.

No local services are planned. Memorial services and committal with Military Honors will be held in her native Illinois.

Arrangements are by Roberson Funeral Homes & Crematory Port Charlotte Chapel.


Condolence & Memory Journal

WILL ALWALYS REMEMBER THE CHEERFUL COUNTINENCE OF HELEN AT MANY HUNGAIAN FESIVITIES. SHE ALWAYS SEEMED A KIND, GENTLE SOUL WITH A BRIGHT OUTLOK. OUR SINCERE CONDOLENCES TO PAT IMRE AND VILMA BILSKEY AND THE REMAINING CSAJAGHY FAMILY.

Posted by Nancy Vollman Foris - Hot Spring Vilage, AR - Acquaintance   March 11, 2016

I remember fondly Helen Csajaghy, especially her ever present smile of good humor and her kindness. She will be missed!

Posted by Nancy Forris, widow of Russ Foris - Hot Springs Village,, AR - Married into Imre/Foris family   March 16, 2015

We are going to miss Aunt Helen but take comfort in the fact that she knew that it was her time to leave this earth and be reunited with her mother, father and brothers. The day before she passed as I was sitting by her bedside I was sort of dozing but I Heard her praying to God our Father that it was time for her to go. She said this was her third request and why wasn't he listening. well he heard her, she passes away in her sleep the next morning.
All of us in the Csajaghy, Imre, Bilskey and Szepi family take great comfort in all the pleasant memories we have of "Auntie Helen".
Rest in Peace "Auntie Helen".

Lou and Sharon Szepi

Posted by Lou and Sharon Szepi - Port Charlotte, FL - Nephew   March 15, 2015