Maliszewski, Cecelia L.

Cecelia L. Maliszewski, 90, of Farmington widow of Thomas P. Malizewski, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 21 2016.
Born May 18, 1926 in Hartford, daughter of the late Stanislaw and Frances (Zembroski) Zapor.
Before retiring, she was employed by the Town of Farmington, Board of Education, as a Paraprofessional serving at East Farms and Union schools for over twenty years.
She was a communicant at the Church of Saint Patrick in Farmington. She was an active member with the low vision group at the senior center in Farmington.
Cecelia is survived by her son Michael A. Maliszewski and his wife Marysa of Torrington; her sister Alice Pasha of Suffield; her two beloved granddaughters Caitlyn and Danielle Maliszewski.
She was predeceased by two sisters, Helen Duncan and Nell Miga; her two brothers, William and Stanley Zapor.
The family would like to extend their sincere thanks and gratitude to the staff at UConn Health Center, Apple Rebab in Avon, Town of Farmington Services for the Elderly, and to her many neighbors that took such good care of mom.
The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated Friday (June 24) at 10:00 in the Church of Saint Patrick, 110 Main Street, Farmington, 06030, followed by burial at Riverside Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities, P.O. Box 831 Torrington, 06790
Arrangements are being handled by Ahern Funeral Home Inc.

Calling Hours

Funeral Service

Friday (June 24) at 10:00 am in the Church of Saint Patrick, 110 Main Street, Farmington, 06030


Riverside Cemetery in Farmington

Memorial Contribution

Educated Canines Assisting with Disabilities, P.O. Box 831 Torrington, 06790

5 Responses to 'Maliszewski, Cecelia L.'

  1. LaToya Johnson says:

    I would like to express my deepest and heartfelt condolences to you. I am truly sorry for the lost that your family is feeling. When ever we lose such a caring and loving person, it is the hardest experience that any of us can go thur. And because of that my thoughts and prayers are with your family. Take comfort in knowing that God never intent for any of us to deal with sickness or death. But have assure in the wonderful promise that God holds out to us. He promise to reunite us back with all those loved ones that we have lost. (John 5:28,29) Until that time, cherish all the wonderful memories that you have of Mrs. Cecelie. These precious memories will console the family in the day’s ahead.

  2. An old caregiver/friend says:

    To the family and friends of Cecilia,
    She truly was an extraordinary person, and I am grateful to have had the chance to get to know her. I hope that you will all be able to find comfort after her passing and will keep you all in my prayers.

  3. the Evans Family says:

    Michael, Marysa, and Family,
    We are so sorry for your loss. Your are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

  4. Douglas and Karen Duncan says:

    Mike and Family,

    We are so sorry to hear about Aunt Cecelia’s passing. My mother was so close to her as she was to all her other sisters. They were quite a group and left an indelible mark on all of us.

    Peace be with you all,
    The Douglas Duncan Family

  5. Pamela & Joseph Pasha says:

    Michael and Family,

    We’re very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers. With love.

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