Benjamin Joseph Chmielewski
FUNERAL HOME
Martenson Family of Funeral Homes - Allen Park Chapel
10915 Allen Rd
Allen Park, MI
Born to James and Janet Chmielewski on April 7, 1980, Benjamin Joseph (Ben) Chmielewski passed away on November 25, 2021. After growing up and attending school in Taylor, Ben graduated from Michigan State University as a proud Spartan in 2003. On May 17, 2014, Ben married MaryBeth. The couple resided in Westland with their children Ian and Cara. Ben was a devoted and caring man to his wife, children, and family. He enjoyed camping, fishing, sports, playing trivia, and spending time with family. Those who knew and loved Ben, remember the fun and laughter shared together and will forever be grateful for his influence in their lives.
Ben is survived by his wife, MaryBeth, his son, Ian and his daughter, Cara, as well as his parents, James and Janet Chmielewski and his two siblings: James (Jim) Chmielewski and Sarah Jasso. In addition, he is survived by his mother and father-in-law, Babette and Craig Riblett, sister-in-law, Caitlin (Ryan) Tierney, and brother-in-law, Connor Riblett. Ben was a kind and loving uncle, leaving behind four nieces: Lyndie and Mia Jasso, Lilly Riblett, and Penny Tierney.
Benjamin will be honored and remembered on Saturday, December 11, 2021 at St. Constance Catholic Church in Taylor. A gathering will take place at 10:00 am, followed by a Memorial Mass at 11:00 am.
Memorial contributions may be made to his children, Ian and Cara.
Published by Martenson Family of Funeral Homes - Allen Park Chapel on Nov. 29, 2021.
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MEMORIAL EVENTS
Dec
11
Service
10:00a.m.
Saint Constance Catholic Church
21555 Kinyon Street, Taylor, MI
Dec
11
Service
11:00a.m.
Saint Constance Catholic Church
21555 Kinyon Street, Taylor, MI
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Martenson Family of Funeral Homes - Allen Park Chapel
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Benny, where do I start my friend. We had so many memories growing up from street hockey to tecmo bowl and all the way into our adult life's. You will be missed dearly.
Travis rice
Friend
December 10, 2021
I want to offer a Special Thanks to all who had a part in Ben's life. Family, Friends, Neighbors, Teachers, Childhood Friends, Classmates, Teammates and Fellow Workers. And a Grateful Thanks To MaryBeth and Their Children.
Jay C.
Family
December 6, 2021
Dan, Courtney, Derek and Angie
December 2, 2021
To the Chmielewski, Riblett family and friends... ...to dearest Holy Redeemer friends Jay and Janet Chmielewski. My family and all our friends send our deepest sympathy and love during this time of great loss and sorrow for Ben, a great son, brother, father, husband and much more. We believe we are all connected in this amazing chain of life and let it be known... you are never alone. There are more people than you can imagine...like the rays of the sun who are thinking and praying for your comfort and the security of Ben's family. No one can replace Ben... but his legacy lives on in you's and his family... ...we can never understand God's plans...but we are all apart of it...and we won't be let down...in the long run The storm has arrived... the rebuilding will take time... but together you will weather it... and Ben's legacy will live on and flourish... Because you are God's good hearted people... bro Mac
Mac Deuparo
December 1, 2021
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