Kowalski, Chase M.
The family of Chase Michael Anthony Kowalski sends their prayers and thoughts to all of the families involved with this horrific event. We are thankful to the Lord for giving us seven years with our beautiful loving son. It is with heavy hearts that we return him to our Lord but know he is among our family and friends that have preceded him to heaven. We appreciate all of the love and support that has been extended to us.
Chase was an amazing son, brother, and grandson who's heart was only filled with love for all the people he touched. He was a fun loving energetic boy that had a true love of life. He completed his first triathlon at the age of six and ran in many community road races. Chase had a deep love for the game of baseball and enjoyed practicing with his father and team mates. Joining the cub scouts was just one of his many interests. He could often be found in the yard playing ball, riding his bike or quad. Chase was always excited to attend the kids work shop at the Trumbull Home Depot. He was greatly loved by his family. He joins his maternal Uncle and Grandfather, his paternal great grandmother and grandmother in a much better place.
His family will receive friends at the Spadaccino and Leo P. Gallagher & Son Funeral Home, 315 Monroe Tpke., Monroe , CT on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 from 2-6 with prayer vigil's being held throughout the afternoon. Chase's family would like to request the public visitation end at 5:45 to allow them a brief period of privacy.
In lieu of flowers please make a donation to the Chase Kowalksi Scholarship Fund, c/o Peoples Bank, 470 Monroe Tpke., Monroe, CT 06468.
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Published by Danbury News Times & Connecticut Post on Dec. 17, 2012.