Stanislawa (Dzicielska) Szczesny

  • Died: June 24, 2021
  • Location: Dorchester, Massachusetts

James A. Murphy & Son Funeral Home

1020 Dorchester Ave
Dorchester, MA 02125

info@jmurphyfh.com
Tel. (617) 265-9840

Tribute & Message From The Family


SZCZESNY, Stanislawa Tresa (Dzicielska). Of Dorchester, formerly of Poland, died June 24, 2021.

Beloved wife of the late Czeslaw Szczesny.

Loving mother of Chester Z. Szczesny and his wife Elizabeth Wrobel-Szczesny of Quincy, Edward J. Szczesny and his wife Susan M. of Mystic, CT, and the late John Szczesny.

Devoted Babci and Grandma of Edward Wrobel and his wife Karen, Christina Szczesny, Lauren Szczesny, Andrew Szczesny, and the late Mark Wrobel.

Also survived by Mark's wife Michelle, and 7 great-grandchildren.

Sister of the late Anna Graczek, Marta Libon, Klara Konrat, Janek Dzicielski, Franek Dzecielski, and Jadzia Dzicielski.

Sister-in-law of Stefani Bonanno and her husband Robert, and aunt to their children Tony and Richard.

Aunt of Basia and her husband Tadeusz Litwin and their family of Germany.

Family and friends will honor and remember Stanislawa's life by gathering for visiting hours in the Murphy Funeral Home, 1020 Dorchester Ave., DORCHESTER, on Thursday morning, July 1st, at 9 A.M.

Followed by a Funeral Mass in Our Lady of Czestochowa Church, 655 Dorchester Ave., South Boston, at 11 A.M.

Burial will follow in New Calvary Cemetery, Roslindale.

Stanislawa was a Holocaust survivor. At the beginning of WWII, at the age of 14 years, she was held hostage at Stutthof Concentration Camp in Poland and forced to do hard labor for four years until the war ended. After emigrating to the United States in 1951, while raising her family, she worked at Mass. General Hospital for 41 years.


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Condolence & Memory Journal

I just got back from the EuroMart on Dot Av. Stella always told me thjat Fridays were the best day for shopping the Polish supermarkets. I uploaded a photo of the items. I took Stella shopping there a few times. We will all miss her. Friend and neighbors Mike Ciulla and Elizabeth Doyle.

Posted by michael ciulla - dorchester, MA - Friend   July 02, 2021

Stella was an amazing woman who lived a tremendous life. My wife, Laurie and I loved her as a neighbor and, it turned out, a friend. We will miss her dearly and remember her fondly. I am sad that we won't be able to have coffee with her at her kitchen table and listen to the stories she told us about her life, her friends and her family. I hope your many happy memories will help heal your sadness.

Posted by Kurt and Laurie Davis - Boston, MA - Friend   June 29, 2021

Deepest condolences to Czester and family on the death of your Mother.

Posted by Anna and Pat Parente - Seminole, FL - Friend   June 29, 2021

My heart goes to you Ed, your family and your Mom's full extended family. May your fond memories of her always keep you close.

Posted by Karin von Hodenberg    June 29, 2021

My deepest condolences to Ed and his family as he navigates these difficult times. So sorry for the loss of your Mom. God Bless you and your family.

Posted by Shelley Crim - Hyde Park, MA - Coworker   June 28, 2021

Ed, my deepest condolences to you and your family.

Posted by Scott Ibrahim - MA   June 28, 2021

Stella was one of the nicest and most wonderful people I have ever met. She was a great neighbor and family friend. She made the world a better place. Stella will be missed.

Posted by Michael Doolin - Stoneham, MA - Friend   June 27, 2021

Stella was my neighbor on Sydney St. She was always very kind & helpful to me & Bill especially when our children were young. God Bless her & her family

Posted by Geri Oshea - Dorchester, MA - Friend   June 27, 2021


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