Teresa M. (Rybczyk) Kosnicki

October 16, 1952 - January 2, 2022
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Teresa M. (Rybczyk) Kosnicki, 69 of Indian Orchard passed away on Sunday, January 2, 2022.  Born in England on October 16, 1952, she was the daughter of the late Kazmierz and Janina (Kowal) Rybczyk.  A graduate of the High School of Commerce, Teresa went on to work for many years as an LPN at the former Springfield Municipal Hospital and the Chapin Center.

Teresa is survived by two sons Shawne Kosnicki and Adam Kosnicki both of Indian Orchard; her sister Barbara Bouker of Warren, MI and her grandchildren Christopher, Cassandra, Stephanie and Joshua and several nieces and nephews.  She also leaves her brother –in-law Jackie Kosnicki and his wife Pam; her aunt Krystyna Napierski and her cousins Lucy Obrzut and Edward Napierski and his wife Martha.  In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her husband James Kosnicki in July, 2021.

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Born: October 16, 1952
Died: January 2, 2022

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Mary Sakowski and Family posted on 1/7/22

Shawne, Adam, Sharon, Christopher, Cassandra, Stephanie, and Joshua, we were all saddened by the loss of your mother Terry. Your mother and father will be remembered in our prayers as will you. Rest in Peace Terry, now your mother and father will be happy together in Heaven.


Betty Ciesla Mecler. Woburn MA posted on 1/6/22

My condolences. Teresa and I were good friends in Polish school. She was very genuine. I am not surprised that she became a nurse. She had a great deal of empathy.


Lucy Obrzut posted on 1/5/22

To: My Dear Cousin: Terry: You are a part of my childhood memories. We were in the 60's, "free range children". Me, your sister Barbara and my brother Edward. We grow up making adventures: some great and some, how the hell... did we make it alive! To quote a line out of the movie: Stand By Me "I never had any friends later on like the ones I had when I was 12. Jesus, does anyone?" Rest in Peace I