Walpole, Massachusetts

Jun 27, 1926 – Dec 16, 2017 (Age 91)


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CEGLARSKI, Leonard Stanley "Lenny" Of Duxbury, formerly of Pottsdam, NY and Walpole, December 16, 2017. Beloved husband to his wife of 65 years, Ursula A. (Murphy) Ceglarski. Len is survived by his sons, Mark (Joanne) of Bristol, CT; Leonard, Jr., (Catherine) of Byfield, MA; Paul...

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Kenny just the best coach but he was also probably; along with my father, the most influential man in my life. He gave me the opportunity to go to Clarkson and set me on course through life that I will be forever grateful for. I talked to him on his last birthday and it brought back many wonderful memories.

My condolences to the Ceglarski family. Kenny will be missed by so many.

On behalf of Ed, Mary and all the Clasbys we offer our sincerest condolences on the loss of of Coach Ceglarski. We grew up with Dad telling us about skating with Coach, as well as playing baseball with him. According to Dad, Coach not only played sports at the highest level, but lived his life with integrity, an amazing work ethic and grit. Over the years, Dad has expressed his deepest regards for Coach's friendship and leadership both on and off the ice.
As student my siblings and I...

Many memories of playing against those great Walpole teams of the late 50's.
Later, to talk with him at BC games was a special treat.
RIP Marine and Semper Fi.

Dear Mrs. Ceglarski and family, I am so sorry for the loss of Coach Ceglarski. He was a great coach, and a wonderful person. For every kid like me that attended SVS Hockey School at Taft Prep in the 1970's, it was always a thrill to have him as our on ice coach that day. He would instruct us, and was always patient, and never raised his voice to get his point across. I had a chance to see Boston College play quite a few times when Lenny was coaching there, and he always made a few minutes...

Sending condolences to Ursula and all the Ceglarski boys. Lots of wonderful memories of Lenny, a great coach and an even better man.

So sorry to here that Coach (Lenny) has died. I will miss him as much as I miss my own father. He was a true father figure to me when I arrived on Campus as a green seventeen year old freshman from Peterborough Ontario. He encouraged me to be the hockey player I could be and insisted I become the man I was meant to be. He once told me to never say anthing unless I meant it, as my word should be my bond. I have never forgotten that advice. The world is a sadder place now, but I will cherish my...

Mrs. Ceglarski and Family,

Saddened to hear of the passing of Coach Ceglarski. As a former Potsdam native and CCT alum, it was a thrill when on occasion Coach Ceglarski would stop by the arena on Saturday mornings and teach young Potsdam hockey players something about the game. I was fortunate to watch many of his teams and then to play for CCT. It was always a special night when the Golden Knights played the Eagles. Our thoughts are with you all.

Mrs. Ceglarski and Family,

Condolences on Mr. Celgarski's passing. Growing up in Potsdam and playing in the minor hockey program, Coach Ceglarski would on occasion find the time on a Saturday morning to come on the ice and teach us something about the game. It was a thrill. I was fortunate to play for CCT in later years and although Len had returned to BC, it was always a special night when we played the Eagles. Our thoughts are with you all.

Kelly Morgan

My condolences to Lenny's passing . He was a great coach and a better person he will be sorely missed .The memory that brings a smile to my face is when I used to sit with him at the Governor Dummer hockey rink when he came to watch his grandson play hockey .This is when he would tell me his favorite Polish jokes and I had to struggle to laugh

My sincere sympathy