So, you have sorrow now, but I will see you again, and your hearts will rejoice, and no one will take your joy from you-John 16:22.
Erica Rene Wroblewski (Allen), 35, passed away suddenly on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 in League City, Texas. She was born March 8,1986 in Buffalo, NY and was the loving daughter of Victor and Maureen Wroblewski. Erica grew up with her parents and two sisters in Carmel, IN before moving to TX, where she raised her two beautiful sons, Cameron, 6, and Brady, 2.
Erica was a beloved mother, daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin, principal, and friend. She was the brightest light and the most beautiful soul, and her laughter lifted anyone who was in her presence. Her love brought warmth and strength to those around her. She had an amazing sense of humor and loved making others laugh. Erica left such a glowing mark on each person who knew her.
She graduated from Carmel High School in 2004 and went on to receive a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education from Ball State University and a master’s degree in Educational Management from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. She started her career in education at Levy Fry Intermediate School in Friendswood, TX as a math teacher. She was then hired as Assistant Principal at Heights Elementary in Texas City, TX before being promoted to Principal in 2017.
Erica enjoyed jogging and ran several marathons and 5K races with her close friends. Her biggest accomplishment and proudest moment was becoming a mother to her two sons.
If you were lucky enough to see Erica with her children, you understand the pure joy she had for them. Erica loved and adored her children more than anything. She was the most compassionate, patient, supportive, and caring mom. Her children will forever be touched by her love and influence. She will go on protecting and guiding them from heaven.
Erica was a deeply passionate educator and principal, and her students were her top priority. Erica shaped many young lives throughout her career. She was constantly thinking of new and creative ways to inspire her students and make learning fun. Erica’s family and friends were the most important aspects of her life. She loved reading and believed there was no end to learning, which is how education became one of her truest passions and loves in life.
Erica is preceded in death by her paternal grandparents, John and Norma Wroblewski; maternal grandparents, Robert and Delores Mitzler; uncle, Paul Wroblewski; and aunt, Lynn Dewhurst.
Survivors include her loving children, Cameron Allen and Brady Allen; parents, Victor Wroblewski and Maureen Wroblewski; sisters Kia (Michael) Smith and Jocelyn (Adem) Wroblewski; nephew, Brooks Smith; great aunt, Joan Piperata; great aunt and uncle, Richard (Rose) Wroblewski; many aunts and uncles including Steven (Theresa) Wroblewski, Theresa (Jeff) Rohacek, Daniel (Carolyn) Wroblewski, Diane Wroblewski, Mary Lourdes (Bernie) DePasquale, Andrew Dewhurst, and Robert (Kathryn) Mitzler; numerous cousins; her Heights Elementary family and friends in TX, with a special thank you to Nici Snyder, Marlene Alaniz, Rachel Smith, and their families; and many other close friends.
Family and friends will gather at 11 am on Wednesday, May 26, 2021 in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic Church, 14598 Oakridge Road, Carmel, where the Memorial Mass will be conducted at 12 noon.
In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial gifts in memory of Erica, be made to the National Domestic Violence Hotline, PO Box 90249, Austin, TX, 737-225-3150. www.thehotline.org.
Bussell Family Funerals is privileged to assist the family in arrangements.
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National Domestic Violence Hotline
PO Box 90249, Austin TX