Born on July 13th, 1924 – Died December 20th, 2022
Pre-Deceased by his parents Michael Anthony Jaworski & Stella Jaworski (nee Mayek) and his siblings: Michael Jaworski Jr., Beatrice Warde, Helen Keller, Leona Polak, Loretta Czajkowski, & Joan Michalski as well as their spouses. Also a niece, a nephew, other relatives, and friends.
Surviving him are nieces, nephews, other relatives, and friends including several neighbors of his.
His talents included a self-taught talent for oil painting, wooden ship kit building, and to fill his yard with homegrown flowers (which he started from seed and grew in his own self-built small greenhouse). He also enjoyed keeping his yard well-groomed.
He took care of his mother, after his father died, and continued to do so until her death, even though she was in mental decline, later in her life. He was well like by many of those who knew him. During a hospital stay before his death, he was so well-liked by the staff, that many of them considered him their 2nd grandfather. He was also very fond of the big band music era. His belief in God & Heaven has not wavered.
In his professional life, he was a bricklayer/mason following in the footsteps of his father and older brother.
He served with honor and distinction during World War 2, as a member of The United States Army Air Corps (The pre-curser to the United States Air Force).
As he is considered to be a part of “America’s Greatest Generation”, his final committal service and interment will be held at:
The Southern Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Union Grove, WI
On Friday, January 13th, 2023 at 10:00am
(weather permitting – any changes will be listed here)
“Eternal Rest Grant Unto Him O Lord, And Let Perpetual Light Shine Upon Him. May His Soul, And The Souls Of All The Faithfully Departed, Through The Mercy Of God, Rest In Peace. Amen.”
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