Stanislaus Wypij

Stanislaus Wypij Obituary


Age - 93


October 7, 2023


Depew, NY

Of Depew, September 6, 2023; Beloved husband of Patricia (nee Sandgren) Wypij; Devoted father of Kevin (Shari)Wypij, Melanie (Jeff) Skinner and Patrick (Pamela) Wypij; Loving grandfather of Courtney (Brian), Julie (Chris), Krista, Daniel (Courtney), Krista (Jonathan), Matthew (Cayleigh) and seven great grandchildren; Dear brother of Jessie Nowicki; Brother-in-law of Helen Wypij; Predeceased by other sisters and brothers, survived by nieces and nephews. Visitation in the Cichon-Borgosz Funeral Home, Inc. , 4929 Broadway, Depew, Wednesday 3-7 PM. . Relatives and friends are invited to a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Martha Parish 10 French Road, Depew Thursday at 10 AM. Please assemble at Church. Mr. Wypij donated over 50 gallons of blood, was an avid polka dancer and an avid bowler. Flowers gratefully declined.

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