Mae Pulaski Dillworth worked as a teller for First National Bank in Akron for many years before leaving her career and moving to a Granger Township farm with her husband, Verne, in the 1950s.
Mae Pulaski became Mrs. Verne Dillworth on Oct. 17, 1942.
Mae Dillworth, an intense Cleveland Indians fan, plays ball with friends at a picnic.
Mae Dillworth, right, and her kids, Jerry and Veronica, celebrate Christmas with her mother, Alice Pulaski, left, around 1960.
Mae Dillworth, right, is pictured with her daughter, Veronica Hayes, center, Veronica's mother-in-law, Amy Hayes, left, and Veronica's son, J.J., in the late 1980s.
The Pulaski family poses on the occasion of Mae Pulaski's First Holy Communion around 1930. From the left, are Walter (father), Mae, Mae's brother, Chester, sister, Jessie, and mother, Alice.
Mae Dillworth celebrates her 80th birthday with family. Seated are Mae and her husband, Verne. Presenting the cake to Mae is her son-in-law, Joe Hayes. Standing from the left are her son, Jerry Dillworth, granddaughter, Jennifer Hayes, and grandson, J.J. Hayes.
Mae Dillworth, center, a past president of the Summit County Polish Legion of American Veterans Auxiliary, is honored along with other past presidents by fellow members of the organization. From the left are Mabel Vrabel, Anna Stanley, Mae Dillworth, Stella Brunner and Irene Simmons.
Mae and Verne Dillworth celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary in 1992. They were married 67 years at the time of Mae's death.