Paul Chrzanowski

Chrzanowski, Paul
Paul Chrzanowski of San Francisco, CA. , departed this world on April 19, 2013. Paul was a precious son of Marguerite Kopko and Thomas Chrzanowski. Paul was the older brother to Brian. He was born on May 29, 1974. Paul was a very beautiful soul. He began his journey in Easton, CT. Paul had many loves including, reading, writing, poetry, cooking, animals, fishing, bonfires, music and living outdoors. Paul loved being connected to nature. Paul had many dear friends of which all cannot be mentioned but Kyle Lasko, Kelly Oropal, Paul Ambrose, Kurt Baumann and Robert Zellner need to be mentioned. Paul lost apart of himself when he lost his best friend Kyle in 1997. Paul was gifted and unique. We, his family, thank all those who loved Paul. Paul loved and followed his favorite artist in the music world. The Grateful Dead and Phish were at the top of his list of favorites but from a very young age, Paul adored Ario Guthrie. Being a deep thinker, Paul heard Ario's messages loud and clear about social injustice. In addition to his parents, Paul is survived by his brother Brian Chrzanowski, Grandmother Helen, Great Aunt Josephine Kusnierczyk (all of Easton). He is also survived by his step-father and friend Greg Kopko. Paul also leaves behind many aunts, uncles, cousins, and his dog "Blaze". Paul is predeceased by his maternal grandparents and his paternal grandfather, Adolph Chrzanowski. While living in Easton, after graduating from Joel Barlow (1992), Paul worked as a cook in local restaurants including the Easton Village Store. Paul, we will love you and miss you always. Rest in Peace. Enjoy your new journey with Kyle by your side. In lieu of flowers, please plant a tree or rescue an animal in his memory. A celebration of his spirit will be held at the Commerce Hill Funeral Home, 4798 Main St. Bridgeport, on Monday May 6, 2013 from 4-6pm. For online condolences and to light a virtual candle visit us at


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Commerce Hill Funeral Home
4798 Main St Bridgeport, CT 06606
(203) 371-1966

Published in Connecticut Post on May 5, 2013