Dr. Irene Dabrowski
Dr. Irene Dabrowski, 67, of Staten Island, New York died on January 9, 2020. She was the daughter of William and Stacia Dabrowski of 2 Cross Street in Adams, Mass.

Dr. Irene Dabrowski was the Associate Professor of Sociology at St. John's University, Staten Island Campus, in New York, where she served as Chair of Division of Social Sciences for 10 years. Dr. Irene had taught for 39 years at St. John's University. She had published numerous journal articles and had made conference presentations in the areas of Sociology, Women Studies, the Sociology of health and illness as well as the Sociology of Education and Futurology.

She is proceeded in death by William and Stacia Dabrowski. She is survived by her brother, Edwin Dabrowski and sister-in-law Teresa Dabrowski of Littlefield, Texas. A niece; Stephanie Irene Dabrowski of Earth, Texas. As well as two great nieces; Ellinie Irene Dabrowski and Eileen Alysse Garcia both of Earth, Texas.

Dr. Irene Dabrowski obtained many great accomplishments throughout her whole life. She loved to learn and teach, gardening and traveling were here favorite among the many things she enjoyed. She will leave a lasting mark on the many lives she has taught. She will always be remembered as a loving sister, Aunt to her family and a remarkable professor and colleague to many others.
Published by The Berkshire Eagle on Feb. 6, 2020.
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I was shocked to learn of Irene's passing. We were classmates and friends while at Washington University. I did not hear from her last holiday season which was unusual since we always corresponded at that time of the year. I will miss your insightful letters and your friendship. Rest in peace, dear Irene.
Lauren Roberds
December 7, 2020
Dr. Dabrowski never got the memo that said that there comes a time to stop loving all that learning. She is sorely missed, and we who share her faith look forward in hope to a share with her in the new creation.
Mark Kiley
February 10, 2020
With deepest condolences and sympathy and that we miss you greatly at St. John's University (NY), from a colleague and friend,
Joseph A. Bongiorno, Esq.
February 10, 2020
Irene was a devoted scholar and professor to numerous students. She always wanted to impart cutting edge knowledge and research. And, she was one of the kindest people that I knew. She will be greatly missed by many of her colleagues that called her a friend and part of our family community. Rest in Peace, Irene.
Roberta Hayes
February 10, 2020
Irene was my favorite cousin and pen pal. She was beloved by my mother Diana Dabrowski Russ and our Aunt Gladys Dabrowski.
I will miss her.
Cynthia Russ Smarjesse
Cynthia Smarjesse
February 9, 2020
Dear Cousin Edwin and Theresa, we sent our condolences during this season of Irene's passing into eternal life. May the Holy Spirit, the Comfortor, comfort you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Cousin Fran and Dean Swift
Frances Swift
February 6, 2020
I remember Irene as a kind and gentle woman.
It does not surprise me that she added so much to this world. RIP
Theresa Zelazo
February 6, 2020
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