William J. Dziedzinski

August 24, 1950 - February 2, 2018
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Obituary

William J. Dziedzinski, 67, of Ware passed away Friday, February 2, 2018. Son of the late Stanley and Adua (Manoni) Dziedzinski, he was born in Ludlow on August 24, 1950. William was a graduate of Ludlow High School and attended AIC.  He was the maintenance supervisor at Baystate Mary Lane Hospital.

William is survived by his sons Eric Dziedzinski and his wife Amanda of Palmer, Michael Dziedzinski also of Palmer and Adam Dziedzinski of New Braintree; his daughter Sarah Delisle of Springfield; two sisters Lucy Hancock of West Suffield, CT and Audrey Gosser of St. Louis, MO and his partner Janet Suprise of Ware. He also leaves 7 grandchildren.

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Visitation Information

Visiting hours at the funeral home are Friday, February 9, 2018 from 9:30 until the time of the service.


Service Information

Funeral services for William will be Friday, February 9, 2018 at 11:00 AM at the Kapinos-Mazur Funeral Home, 64 Sewall St., Ludlow, MA.  Burial will follow in St. Aloysius Cemetery, Springfield, MA


 

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Born: August 24, 1950
Died: February 2, 2018

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Joe Abdow posted on 2/9/18

Bill was the real thing. We became friends at Ludlow High and unfortunately after a number of years lost touch. I often though about him, but I never forgot the friendship he gave to me or the big brother he became in those difficult high school years. I was the small guy everyone liked to pick on and Bill saw to it that that didn't happen. Bill was a big guy, a football player and due to a knee injury was never allowed to follow that dream. The biggest thing about Bill was not his shirt size but his heart, not only as a warm and caring guy but he had understanding and compassion especially for the underdog. Not something he showed all the time but it was there and kept most of it for the ones close to him. But you had to be close to him to see inside. Bill, sorry I didn't keep in touch more, I will miss you forever. Your friend always, joe

 

Ronald Zisk posted on 2/8/18

The world has lost a gentle giant among men, Godspeed Bill

 

Kathy Armstrong posted on 2/7/18

Audrey, so very sorry to read about the passing of your brother. Life is so precarious for many of us. Hope YOU are doing well. Please call if you have a chance. Would love to hear from you. Kathy & Bill Armstrong, 413-568-1906.

 

Joann and Jamie Champagne posted on 2/7/18

Condolences to Bill's family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bill was a great man to work with, always willing to help and make us laugh with his wit. He will be missed.

 

Georgette A. Korzec posted on 2/6/18

He will be sadly missed. Always was so special to visit the Gift Shop girls with a pleasant smile and a great story.

 

Lorraine posted on 2/6/18

To bills family very sorry for your loss may god bless you all

 

Beth posted on 2/6/18

I'm so sorry for your loss.. my thoughts are with all of you

 

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