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Kazimer R. Amelisko

February 22, 2006
Kazimer R. Amelisko
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Kazimer R. Amelisko, 90, was called to Heaven on Wednesday, February 22, 2006. Born in Springfield, he lived there for most of his life and was a US Army Veteran serving his country honorably during WWII. A Tech Sergeant in the Signal Corps, he was stationed in Germany from 1943-1946 and belonged to the 569th unit of the Anti-Aircraft Battalion. Kazimer worked for F.W. Sickles in Chicopee from 1938-1943 and was owner and manager of Liberty Record and TV from the 1950’s until his retirement in the 1985. Upon his retirement, he moved to Ludlow, where he was a communicant of St. Mary of the Assumption Church. Kazimer will be sadly missed by all of his loving family; his beloved wife of 60 years to Anna (Stefanik) Amelisko; loving daughter Mary Bushway and her husband Allan of Ludlow, dear siblings Helen Borys and Sophie Czekanski, both of Chicopee, Irena Polaski of Enfield, CT., Jennie Loopley of Hampton Beach, NH; cherished granddaughters Jacqueline Bushway of New York City and Ann-Marie Bushway of R.I. and his loving nieces, nephews and grand nieces and nephews. He was also predeceased by his younger brother Rudolph Amelisko in 1999. Funeral services are on Friday morning at 10am from the Ludlow Funeral Home with Liturgy of Christian Burial at 10:30am in St. Mary of the Assumption Church followed by burial in St. Stanislaus Cemetery, Chicopee. Visitation will precede the funeral on Friday from 9-10am and donations may be made in Kazimer’s memory to the charity of one’s choice.

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