Mitchell R. Maziarz

July 27, 1938 - November 23, 2021
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Mitchell (Mickey) R. Maziarz, 83, of Ludlow, passed away on Tuesday, November 23, 2021 after a short illness.  He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Joanne (Vigneault) Maziarz.  He was born in Ludlow, son of the late Mitchell and Julia (Wdowiak) Maziarz.  Following his graduation from Ludlow High School, Mickey served proudly in the US Navy for 4 years. He went on to earn his Bachelor’s degree from Westfield State and his Master’s from Springfield College. He was a professional educator in the Springfield Public Schools for over 30 years as an adjustment counselor, concluding his career as a guidance counselor at Central High School.

Besides his wife he leaves a son, Mitchell M. Maziarz and his wife Amy of South Hadley; two daughters, Lynne Geitz and her husband Kurt of Sudbury, and Sheryl DeCataldo and her husband Louis of Sturbridge; and a sister Irene Phipps and her husband Dennis of Prescott, AZ.  He was extremely proud of his 7 grandchildren; Amelia, Charles, Maxwell, Nathaniel, Caleb, Jack and Shaye.  Mickey’s legacy is reflected in his belief in the power of education that he instilled in his children and, subsequently, his grandchildren.  He will be deeply missed by those who truly knew him.

All services are private, with burial at the convenience of the family.

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Born: July 27, 1938
Died: November 23, 2021

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Sandy Przybycien posted on 12/3/21

Dear Joanne, Lynne, Sheryl, Marty, and families, I am so sorry for your loss. When someone is taken form us there are no words to express the sympathy we feel. Please know you are in my thoughts and prayers. With love and condolences, Sandy


Linda Jo J Gershowitz posted on 11/26/21

So so sorry to read this Joanne, hope u and your family r doing the best that u can. He always seemed like a nice loving person, w/alot of joy in his heart especially for u dear. We send our best wish to u and your family and hope that u r able to all get thru this hurtful time, as I'm sure he wouldn't want it any other way. God Bless u all and know that we r all thinking of u . God Bless and take care of ea other. Linda Jo and Mel Gershowitz