Final Goodbye to Kasia Przybylska

1980 – 2020

Our deepest sympathy

to the family


Katarzyna Przybylska

who passed away

April 5, 2022.

She will be missed

her family, friends

the Polish community
in Houston.


Kasia’s life will be celebrated with a Holy Rosary on Wednesday, April 13 at 12:00 p.m. followed by a funeral mass at Our Lady of Czestochowa, 1731 Blalock Rd., Houston, TX 77080. Following the funeral service will be a committal service from 1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Forest Park Westheimer Funeral Home, 12800 Westheimer Road, Houston, TX 77077.

A memorial reception will be held at 3:00 PM on April 13 at Our Lady of Czestochowa Parish Hall.


It is with deep regret that we inform about the death of Katarzyna (Kasia) Przybylska who passed away at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, April 5, 2022, at the age of 42.

She was born on February 5, 1980, in Oświęcim (Auschwitz), Poland, to Maria (Ginalska) Adamczyk and Wacław Adamczyk. She has an older sister, Anna Adamczyk.

On April 26, 2003, Kasia was married to Piotr Przybylski, the love of her life, and they were blessed sharing the next 18 years of marriage together.

In 1987, Kasia immigrated with her mother and sister from Poland to Warsaw, Indiana to reunite with her father who had arranged for them the permanent residence in the United States. She graduated from Warsaw High School in 1998 and earned the Bachelor Degree in Business at Indiana University in Bloomington in 2002.

Kasia was a talented violinist during her childhood and teenage years. She performed with the symphonic orchestra. During high school, she displayed strong business interest and participated in Future Business Leaders of America state competitions. At Indiana University, she was the Vice President of the Polish Studies Center. Kasia had strong business and administrative acumen, was described by others as hard-working, efficient, and reliable.  She worked from her early age for multiple businesses in Warsaw, Indiana. During her college studies, she participated in the Target Executive Internship program.

During her junior year in college, she was accepted to attend the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland through the Kosciuszko Foundation International student program. During this time she met her future husband Piotr, who joined her in 2004 to ultimately create a home and family together in the United States. 

After getting married, Kasia was devoted to her family including husband and three children Adam, Isabela and Christopher. She was a wonderful wife and a loving mother. After settling in Houston, Texas, Kasia was actively involved in local Polish community at the Our Lady of Czestochowa Church. She also assisted with organizing Polish Festivals twice a year, parish lunches, and Polish Saturday School events.

She will be missed and forever remembered by her children, husband, parents, sister, and community in Warsaw, IN and Houston, TX.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at and for the Przybylski family.