Stanley Z. Stawiarski
1918 - 2019
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Stanley Stawiarski was born during WW-I in Poland. He died peacefully at home beside his daughter and son-in-law Dhiana and Dave Armstrong in Lafayette, CO. with whom he lived for the last 7.5 years of his life. Formerly of Joliet, Illinois, England, Austria & Poland. He lived through the horrors of WW-II being imprisoned by both the Russians and Nazis. A true patriot and survivor with many stories to tell. Stanley was very active in the Polish National Alliance, Polish American Congress and other groups. He met with Pope John Paul II, President Lech Walesa of Poland, and other dignitaries. He remained a kind, generous, and good person sustained by his faith & gratitude. He is also survived by a son, Kenneth of Chicago and grandson, Justin of California. Visitation and funeral services begin Tuesday, 11/26 at 9:30AM at Immaculate Conception Catholic Church; 715 Cabrini Dr; Lafayette. Interment at a later date in Illinois. For further information: www.the

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Published in Colorado Hometown Weekly on Nov. 27, 2019.
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November 28, 2019
You and your family are in our prayers. Sorry to hear of your loss.
November 25, 2019
A great patriot,
Suffered much but endeared even more.
May he rest peacefully in the generous hands of Jesus...
Ed Dykla
President emeritus
Polish Roman Catholic Union of Amer.
Boynton Beach Fl
Lake Barrington, Il.
November 24, 2019
My deepest condolences to the family. May the God of all comfort sustain your family during the days ahead. Psalms 119:76
November 24, 2019
My condolences to the family . May you find comfort in your treasured memories and Gods promise to return our loved ones who passed away in death . 1st Thessalonians 4 : 13 & 14 .
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