Walter J. Sajdak

December 15, 1928 - June 15, 2015
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Walter J. Sajdak Sr, 86, of Ludlow passed away peacefully on Monday, June 15, 2015. Born December 15, 1928 in Wilbraham, MA, he was the son of the late John and Wictoria (Varyaz) Sajdak. A member of the Greatest Generation, Walter proudly served his country during World War II as a Fireman 2nd Class in the U.S. Navy. He worked for many years as tool maker and machinist for area companies.

Walter was a devoted communicant of Christ the King Church in Ludlow. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed hunting, mushroom picking, gardening and harness racing. He was famous for his homemade kielbasa.

Walter is survived by his loving wife Eleanor (Casagrande) of Ludlow; a son Walter Sajdak Jr. and his wife Alison of Ludlow; two daughters Christine Mack and her husband Michael of Largo, FL and Janice Sajdak and her husband Philip Mossbarger of Austin, TX; a brother Bronislaw Sajdak of Wilbraham and a sister Helen Belanger and her husband Victor of Indian Orchard. He also leaves three grandsons Jonathan, Michael and Spencer

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Funeral Services Celebrating Walters life will be Saturday, June 20, 2015 at 10:00 AM the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home, 64 Sewall St, Ludlow, MA followed by at Liturgy of Christian Burial at 11:00 AM in Christ the King Church, Warsaw Avenue, Ludlow, MA. Rites of Committal with Military Honors will be in Island Pond Cemetery, Center St, Ludlow, MA

Island Pond Cemetery
Center Street
Ludlow, MA 1056

Christ the King Catholic Church
41 Warsaw Avenue
Ludlow, MA 1056


 

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Born: December 15, 1928
Died: June 15, 2015

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Brenlyn posted on1/1/15

To loose someone so young in age we don't expect it to happen quite so soon. I want to offer my sincere condolences for the loss of your dear loved one. We have the hope of seeing those loved ones again. In Ecces. 9:5 it tells us that As far as the living they are conscious that they will die but as far as the dead they are conscious of nothing at all. God knows just what we can handle and he won't put no more on us than we can do. He knows everything about us and he doesn't forget details. So when he puts an end to this wicked system and we can experience the resurrection of the righteous and unrighteous be brought back to life, we have that hope of everlasting life here on a paradise earth. Won't that we a wonderful time! I hope I've given you some comforting words to help you cope with the loss of your loved one. From a very sincere Bible student.

 

Tim Scroggs posted on1/1/15

Although it has been many years since I last saw Fennell, I've always considered him a good friend. I'm sure Fennell's kindness and outgoing personality touched many people. I consider it an honor to have known him. My deepest and sincere condolence to the family. May God Bless you.

 

Sandra Poe Dunn posted on1/1/15

My sincere condolences to the family of Fennell. Rita,Doug and Johnny whom I know personally,I am so sorry for your loss..You are in my prayers and thoughts.Sandra

 

KC posted on1/1/15

Iam so sorry for you loss, he was a wonderful person and friend..You are in my prayers..

 

Donald & Mary Shirley posted on1/1/15

we are very sorry to hear about your husband and father and brother. He was a good man and a wonderful friend to us. He will be greatly missed by us. If there is anything that we can do please dont hesitate to call on us for anything.

 

Heather Warden posted on1/1/15

I wanted to say that I love you and I am sorry for your loss.

 

Virginia DuBroc posted on1/1/15

I was sorry to hear of I was sorry to hear of Mr. Luneaux's passing. He sold me my first car, after my husband left us. He worked at Helverson's lot in Alexandria at the time. He was very kind and I have never met anyone who didn't like him. Again, I send my deepest sympathies to you and your family. sincerly, Virginia DuBroc

 

Nanette Swisher posted on1/1/15

Fennell was a great guy! He always brightened my day when he came by my office. He and I could have solved the worlds problems, if anyone would have listened to us. He will be greatly missed.

 

James David Cain posted on1/1/15

Fennell was such a wonderful friend to me. He worked very hard for me during my statewide election. He was always willing to lend a hand and that is only a fraction of what made him a good guy.

 

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