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Paul Dzwileski

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Paul Dzwileski Obituary
AIKEN, S.C. - Paul Dzwileski, 91, of Aiken, formally of Hamilton, N.J., passed away on Wednesday, March 26, 2014 at The Hills at Cumberland Village, surrounded by his family and friends. He will be deeply missed.
Paul was born January 24, 1923 in Johnstown, Pa. to Frank and Bernice Dzwileski. He was one of six children. At the age of 18, Paul joined the Army to serve his country during World War II and served in the Army Air Force from 1941 to 1945 in aircraft maintenance, serving in the South Pacific Theater. In 1950 he extended his active service with the USAF FedNG and worked as an Aircraft Maintenance Supervisor for the 108th Tactical Wing through 1972. He then continued working at McGuire AFB in New Jersey as a civilian employee until he retired in 1978. While serving at McGuire AFB, Paul met his wife of 33 years, Jean, and settled into family life in Trenton, N.J. with their two children Mark and Joan. Paul was an active member of St. Anthony's Catholic Church for 55 years.
Paul was predeceased by his loving wife Jean Mary Weger, and his daughter Joan Dzwileski, both of whom succumbed to cancer, his brothers, Edward Daley and Joe Dezell and his sisters, Helen Dzwileski and Mary Scibek. He is survived by his son, Mark Dzwileski and his wife Kaye Serfin; his brother, Walter Dzelski; his brother-in-law George Weger and his wife Irene Mureza; and many, many nieces and nephews settled across the country.
Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 in St. Anthony's Church, Hamilton, N.J. Interment will follow in St. Mary's Cemetery, Hamilton, N.J. There will be no calling.
In lieu of flowers, the family has requested memorial contributions to a .
Arrangements are under the direction of the Mullen Funeral Home, Trenton, N.J.
Published in The Trentonian on Mar. 30, 2014
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