Stanley  Wisniewski Sr.

Obituary of Stanley A. Wisniewski Sr.

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Age 81 passed away, Sunday November 26, 2023, after a long courageous battle with cancer with his beloved family by his side.  He was predeceased by his parents Joe and Leona (Jankowski) Wisniewski, infant daughter Rose Marie, brothers and sister-in-law, John and Jane Wisniewski, Joe Wisniewski, sister and brother-in-law, Theresa and Don Stamp and their son Danny Joe, son-in law, Robert Larivee.

Stosh is survived by his wife of 61 years Antoinette “Nettie”; children, Leonard Paul of Florida, Mae Ann Larivee (Jake Friedl) of Georgia, Stanley “Lee” Andrew Jr. (Robin), Anthony Joseph, both of Virginia; grandchildren, Cameron Wisniewski (Nikki), Tyler Wisniewski (Jessica), Collette Parrish (Matt), Rachelle Larivee, Kendall Wisniewski, Walker Larivee, and Kolbee Wisniewski; great grandchildren, Caden and Julianna Parrish, Harper Wisniewski, Skyler Maye and Cameron Wisniewski, Jr., as well as many nieces and nephews; sisters-in-law, Barbara Wisniewski and Mary Corsi; special friends, Marilyn Scheepsma, Bill and Sue Harter, Dot and Dennis Lehto; and many more prayer warriors from Church of the Epiphany. Also, his special friends/family at Rossi’s Diner, his second home.  Stosh joins his special friends, John Scheepsma and Jim Domincoski in eternal peace.  Because of his devoted family, he was able to stay at home so he could be cared for by his family with help from Hospice. His entire life revolved around his religion, family, and work.  He was an Elmira Firefighter for 37 years and retired from the Chemung County Sewer District after 40 years of service. He loved bowling, playing Euchre and watching his children at their sporting events.  After they graduated, he and his wife liked to travel to see them and oftentimes, to see the grandchildren. In later years he traveled to Myrtle Beach and Florida as snowbirds; finally settling in Florida full time for the last 10 years to enjoy the weather. He enjoyed making rosaries giving many to deployed military, as well as his family and friends.

Stosh was a lifelong member of his home parish, St Casimir’s Church, where he was a choir member, on the Parish Council, and belonged to the White Eagles Club. In Florida he was a member of the Church of the Epiphany where he was an adorer at the adoration chapel, a member of the Men's Fellowship and a Eucharistic Minister. In lieu of flowers donations in Stosh’s name may be made to the Halifax Health Hospice, 3800 Woodbriar Trail, Port Orange FL 32129, Catholic Church of the Epiphany Campaign, or the Arctic League, P O Box 113, Elmira NY 14902-0113.  A funeral service will be held in Elmira in the Spring of 2024.

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Stanley Wisniewski Sr.

1942 - 2023

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