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Wesley Bialosuknia

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October 15, 2014
GREAT BASKETBALL PLAYER LONG RANGE SHOOTER BEFORE HIS TIME. MADE MANY OF MY DAYS
October 12, 2014
A highly intelligent,kind,caring man and teenager.Every girl at RHS had a crush on you! so happy to hear you found your soulmate and had such a great life. My sympathies to Maureen,Jane,John and family
November 16, 2013
My condolences and prayers to the families. I was one of the lucky ones to have had Wes as a teammate at RHS and friend. I can vividly recall all of the hours at "The Park" and Red Oaks and any open gym we could find. Choose up sides and play, play, play. He had natural talent and continually worked to get better. That seems to have carried over into the whole of his life as well. Some more 3 on 3 in Heaven? God Bless
October 31, 2013
As a UConn student in the mid-60s, I knew Wes was a great basketball player. But I am heartened to learn what a great person he was. What a wonderful legacy. My sincerest condolences to the Bialosuknia family.
October 31, 2013
Though I never personally met Wes, having grown up in Bristol, and as Junior H.S. student in the '60s, I never missed listening to a UConn game on WTIC. Everyone wanted number 44 on the basketball team. Reading about Wes in various articles, I realize that he was a greater person, rather than just a great basketball player. Very sad to hear of his passing.
Jan Chizinski

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