Msgr. Stanlislaus T. Sypek Ph.D, P.A.
Francis E. Kenney & Sons, Inc.
1445 River Street
Hyde Park, MA
MSGR. STANISLAUS T. SYPEK, Ph D, P.A. Pastor of St. Adalberts Church in Hyde Park, Oct. 2, 2011. 96 years of age. Beloved son of the late Willem and Agnes (Scierka) Sypek. Loving Brother of Leocadia and her late husband Richard J. McNeil of Jamaica Plain. Also survived by many Loving Nieces and Nephews, and many Loving Grand Nephews and Nieces, and Great grand Niece and Nephews. A Concelebrated Funeral Mass will be held on Friday at 11 AM in St. Adalberts Church, 1450 River St., Hyde Park. The Homilist will be the Rev. Philip Hamel. Monsignor Sypek will lie in state in St. Adalberts Church, Thursday 3-7 PM. Late Professor at Boston College and Emmanual College. In lieu of flowers, donations in Msgrs. memory may be made to the Home of Peace, 131 Winter St., Norwell, MA 02061. Parking in Church parking lot. Interment in St. Michaels Cemetery. For diretions & guest book, please go to: Kenney Funeral Home 617-361-2450

Published by Boston Globe from Oct. 4 to Oct. 6, 2011.
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Uncle Sypek was a special man. A religious man. An educated man. A man for whom his church was his family. He will be remembered fondly by all who knew him.

Wujek Sypek byl szczegolny czlowiek. Czlowiek religijny. Wyksztalconym czlowiekiem. Czlowieka, dla ktorego jego kosciol byl jego rodziny. On bedzie pamietal czule przez wszystkich, ktorzy go znali.
Erica Manczuk
October 7, 2011
As an alter boy for many years at St. Adlberts I remember every Saturday was payday! Msgr. would give all the alterboys $1 each. Not sure if he did this to keep us coming back every Saturday or if he just had lots of extra money (ha ha)
He took us all on trips a few times to the Radio City Music Hall and I don't know how he put up with us on the alter when we were not always his little angels.
Thank-You Msgr. for being a part of my life. I am sure that in some way you guided me to be the Son, Brother, Husband, and Father that I am today.
A Bright
October 6, 2011
my deepest sympathy to the McNeil family. he was a dear friend and a wonderful priest. my prayers to all. love helen doyle
October 6, 2011
I too wish to express my sincerest condoloscences to the Sypek family. I spent part of my youth growing up in the west End prior to the 'Eminent Domain' which evicted so many Polish families. During that time I had the extreme pleasure of being an Alter Boy at Our Lady of Ostrabrama Church and later St. Hedwig's Church in Cambridge, MA where Monsignor Sypek frequently said Mass. Along with the Pastor, Msgr. Chmaij, I got to know Msgr. Sypek very well. I was also at the outdoor Mass in Hyde Park when the then Cardinal Karol Wotyla came to the U.S. God Bless you and rest in Eternal Peace with God Monsignor Sypek; I will never forget your always friendly greeting of "How are Ya ?"
Allan Ramusiewicz
October 6, 2011
Hi Cioci Lee and all the McNeil Family Members -
Sorry to hear about Msgr. Sypek - we are thinking of your family at this time. Paula and Steve Sullivan, Wrentham, MA
Paula Sullivan
October 6, 2011
Truly a great loss! He was a positive influence on me in my youth. Everyone in our neighborhood served as altar boys growing up. The trips to Paragon Park are still some of my fondest memories. There will never be another one like him. He will be missed. RIP Monsignor.
Chris Holmes
October 5, 2011
Our deepest sympathy to the whole family.
We are thinking of you at this sad time.
Lay in peace Wujek.
Leokadia Smierzchalska(Duma)and family.
October 5, 2011
I will always remember Msgr. Sypek. He was a great friend to my family and remained very close to my uncle Fr. Edward Nagusezewski through the years. Paul Nagle
October 5, 2011
Nancy and Family, Please accept the condolences of my mother, Catherine Keating and myself on the passingof your uncle.He was a truly holy and humble man. May he rest in peace. God bless you all for your strong devotion to Msgr. Sypek.
Catherine and Betsy Keating
October 5, 2011
Chris, My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this most difficult time. May your memories comfort you in the days ahead.


Sue Hodnett
Sue Hodnett
October 5, 2011
To the family of Msgr. Sypek:
My deepest heartfelt sympathy to the
family. I started going to Mass at ST.
Adalberts about a year ago and found so
much peace there. Msgr. Sypek was truly
a wonderful dedicated priest. I will
miss him very much.
Claire Pope - Dedham
claire pope
October 5, 2011
The Bernardine Sisters of the Home of the Little Flower/Lt. J.P.Kennedy School left Hyde Park but went with a part of Msgr. Sypek. For decades he had been our beloved friend, guide and benefactor. We extend our prayerful condolences to Leocadia and the whole family during this difficult time. Monsignor's signature farewell, "God love you"will forever ring in our hearts.Monsignor, may the Angels lead you to the loving arms of our Father.
Sister de Lourdes
Chester, PA
October 5, 2011
To The Sypek Family,
Please accept my sincere sympathy on the death of Msgr.Sypek.As a student at Emmanuel College I was in a class he taught called Marriage And The Family.A memory I have is Msgr. Sypek telling the young women in the class not ever to put up with a boyfriend or husband hitting you. He said that if that ever happened hit the guy over the head with a frying pan or some other heavy object,leave him then call the police.
He was a man ahead of his time!!!May the good Lord hold him in the hollow of his hand.
Mary Ellen Welch,East Boston
October 5, 2011
MEMORIES!!! Our, Tony and our 4 children (A.J.,Jo-Ann,Susan and Matt) will always have Monsignor Stan's memory tucked away in a little corner of our hearts for Msgr and St. Adalberts Parish was such a special part of our life......Matt and A.J. served as Altar Boys from the time they rec'd their 1st Communion until they graduated college. My husband Tony was an Usher.......I taught CCD Classes........even my beloved mom (Agnes (Furdyna) Hawley) and her sisters from upstate New York went on several pilgrimages with Msgr. and were always amazed at not only his inspirational/religeous side BUT HIS OUTRAGEOUS SENSE OF HUMOR........MSGR WAS A MAN AMONG MEN, COMPASSIONATE, CAREING, FORGIVING, DEVOUT, DETERMINDED (actually quite stubborn... it goes with his Polish heritage......BELIEVE ME....I KNOW FOR I AM OF THAT SAME BACKGROUND) and yet with all his wisdom and stature an extremely humble man.....God has chosen him at this time to call him home to Him and so we must not mourn inspite of our great loss ....WE MUST REMEMBER HIM AND TUCK HIM IN A CORNER OF OUR HEARTS WITH FOND MEMORIES AND GO ON....DIFFICULT AS IT IS GOING TO BE. MAY HE REST IN PEACE.....Most Sincerely, Valerie Bright and family
October 4, 2011
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