Jean C. Mieczkowski
Mieczkowski, Jean C. SAND LAKE Jean C. Mieczkowski, 93, a longtime resident of Taborton Road, died on Wednesday, January 20, 2021, at the Van Rensselaer Manor. Born in Hudson, Jean was the daughter of the late Russell P. and Mabel Plass Dingman Sr.; and wife of the late Theodore H. Mieczkowski. Jean had resided in Sand Lake for over 75 years before moving off the "mountain" in 2017 to reside with her daughter. She had been a resident of the Manor since June of 2020. Jean had been a waitress at the Day's Inn in Menands and Basil's Restaurant in Albany before retiring. Jean was a longtime member of the Taborton Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary and was a past president. She was a member of the Zion's UCC in Taborton and enjoyed Bowling, gardening and crossword puzzles. Jean was the sister of the late Russell P. "John" Dingman and Royal Frederick "Fritz" Dingman. Survivors include her children, Gary H. Mieczkowski of West Sand Lake, Michael J. (Irene) Mieczkowski and Donna M. (Roger) Wood both of Averill Park, Diana Parrish of Winter Park, Fla. and Joseph (Lisa) Mieczkowski of Sand Lake; her sister Gertrude Wolfe of Ghent; 11 grandchildren, 20 great-grandchildren and three great-great-grandchildren. Services will be private with burial in the Taborton Cemetery. If desired, donations in memory of Jean C. Mieczkowski may be made to the Zion's United Church of Christ, 741 Taborton Road, Sand Lake, NY, 12153. Visit perrykomdat.com for a private guestbook.



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Published by Albany Times Union on Jan. 24, 2021.
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Gary, Mike, Donna, Diane, Joe. So sorry to hear about Aunt Jean. She always seemed so laid back and easy going with the biggest smile. I remember when she would stop by the house and talk with Dad about pro wrestling. She seemed to be so loving and full of pride for all the grand, great grand, and great great grand children. She certainly had a long life. Keep your memories in your heart and remember the good times. With my sympathy, Your Cousin Lona
LONA J DINGMAN
January 31, 2021
To the Mieczkowski family: So sorry for your loss. Jean was a kind and thoughtful friend to my grandmother, Alma. My thoughts are with you during this difficult time.
Lisa Brown
January 24, 2021