Michael S. Krawczyk

October 15, 2009

Michael S. Krawczyk, 49, of Rathburn Rd. died peacefully Thursday evening October 15, 2009 surrounded by his family, and friends. Mike was born in Oswego and has remained a lifetime resident of the area. He worked as a pipe fitter, planner, and scheduler at Interface Solutions in Volney. He was the treasurer and a very active member of the Unite Here Local 701T. Mike was a lifetime member of the NRA. He was an avid outdoorsman enjoying all activities especially hunting and fishing. No job was ever to big or to small and Mike was always there to help family, friends, or anyone in need. He will also be remembered for his wonderful cooking. Mike is survived by his loving wife of twenty-two years Sherry (Blodgett) Krawczyk of Oswego, his parents Stanley (Kathy) Krawczyk of Oswego his mother Sandra Chalone of Minetto, his sisters and brothers Sherri (Bud) Matott of FL, Stan (Bridget) Krawczyk of Minetto, Amy Krawczyk of Oswego, and Richard Leonard of Minetto. He is also survived by his paternal grandmother Louise Krawczyk of Minetto, and maternal grandmother Berneice Brewer of Pulaski. In addition to his family Mike is survived by his faithful companion Bo.  Calling hours will be Monday 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. at the Sugar & Scanlon Funeral Home 147 West Fourth Street, Oswego. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Charles Haney Fund, C/O Hematology Oncology Dept 140 W. Sixth St. Suite 110 Oswego.

2 thoughts on “Michael S. Krawczyk

  1. To the Krawczyk Family: Although I didn’t know Mike personally I do know that he was a very courageous person for having to go through what he went through. Please take comfort that during this difficult time I have you in my thoughts and prayers. May he be a peace.

  2. I am proud to say that Mike Krawczyk was my friend. I knew Mike for almost 40 years. I first went to school with Mike at Minetto Elementary and it was so cool him living right out back of the place. Mike was a great friend while I lived in Oswego Town. He put all the plumbing into my new house back in 1992 and did a great job. He did it on the side, at nights, all the while working full time. Those that knew Mike realize that he did this kind of thing often. 15 years later when a pipe failed due to a split seam, Mike came back and fixed it and did not want to take anything for making the repair. That is the kind of man Mike was. He carried himself with honor and dignity, a rare quality in todays dog eat dog world. Rest in peace Mike as I know that you are in a better place know.
    Bill Donovan

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