Thomas Edward Wazny
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Thomas Edward Wazny

Thomas Edward Wazny passed away on Tuesday October 13, 2020. He was born on 3/3/1948 in New York City and grew up in Elizabeth and has most recently lived in Somerville. He worked many years in the banking industry and the movie theatre. He was a member of the bee sharps square dance group and the folk project and enjoyed dancing irish folk, contra, and squares. He is survived by his brother John (Eva), niece Suzanne and her daughters Lizzie and Jessie, nephew Michael (Michelle), and many friends. Graveside services for Thomas will be Monday Oct 19 at 11 am in Nesquehoning Pa. Memorial contributions may be made to the Adult Day Center 872 East Main St Bridgewater NJ 08807.

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Published in Courier News from Oct. 16 to Oct. 18, 2020.
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11:00 AM
St. Mary's Byzantine Catholic Cemetery
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October 26, 2020
This is Tom in Cape Cod while visiting his cousin Ginny and her husband John. Tom enjoyed life and gave joy to those that knew him. Rest In Peace.
Joan Vanderheyden
October 23, 2020
I remember traveling with Tom to Cooperstown, NY and the Baseball Hall of Fame. Traveling is something Tom loved to do. Anyway, Tom wouldn't agree to go with me unless we first stopped of in Hyde Park and the home of President Franklin D. and Eleanor Roosevelt. We finally left Hyde Park and got to our motel near Cooperstown about twenty minutes before the office closed. May Tom rest in God's eternal peace, his suffering over.
Michael Plumley
October 16, 2020
Tom enjoyed so many things and was always on the go. I would bump into him many times outside of CAC. He was always smiling and talking.
Joan Maleski
October 16, 2020
I remember Tom at CAC events with his camera. He was always taking pictures of everyone.
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