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William Sawicki, 59

William Sawicki, 59 went to the Lord with his parents on Tuesday April 14th 2020 at home surrounded by his loving family. he was born on June 6th 1960 in Lomza, Poland, son of the late Walter and Lillian (Kulisz) Sawicki. He came to the United States with his family to North Adams in 1963. He lived there until 2011 when he moved to Cocoa, Florida.

He attended St. Joseph Catholic School, then Drury High School where he graduated in 1979. Bill received a degree from the Elder Services in Berkshire County MA. In 1985 he graduated from the New School of Contemporary Radio. For 25yrs he was announcer with WBRK on the Polish American Program. Bill was a member in good standings at the Greylock Community Club in North Adams, serving as an Officer for 17yrs, President, Sergeant of Arms and was on the Board of Trustees. He was a member of the Polish National Alliance in Adams. He was Communicant of St Elizabeth of Hungary Church in North Adams and then St Mary’s in Rockledge, Fl. He loved life and was a very happy and fun person. He was lifelong Red Sox, New England Patriots, and Celtics fan. He loved sports and music.

He is survived by his brother Frank (Glenda) Sawicki, sister Wiesia (Bill)Dion, sister Angie (Steve-Deceased) Sheridan and many nephews, nieces, who loved him very much, along with many friends in Massachusetts, Florida and around the world.

Liturgy of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, September 11 at 10:30am at the St Elizabeth Church in North Adams. Burial will follow in the family plot in Southview Cemetery. Please no memorial donations. The Flynn & Dagnoli Funeral Home are in care of arrangements.To add to the Book of Memories, please visit


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Billy Billy...I had heard of his passing. I was very sad to hear. You were a force Bill. My condolences to his family.
from: Lori A. Parrinoon: 09-08-2021

So sad to hear of Billy’s passing … You were a real gift to anyone who had the blessing to meet you 😢🙏🏻♥️My prayers and live go out to his family at this difficult time
from: Michele Boland on: 09-08-2021

Angie: Please accept my deepest condolence to you and your family for the loss of your brother, their uncle, and friend.
from: Mary Swifton: 09-07-2021

BOLOUSH!!! I remember your mom calling you! I also remember the day you were struck by a car on River street a few feet from my home. You were just a little boy, who fought desperately for your life. Prayers were offered to God from people throughout the city and diocese, and by the Grace of God, he gave you a second chance to live the wonderful life that you did. (Against all odds). It was a miracle that we al witnessed then. Your prescence, always made me smile, and always welcomed. Your family here in earth are doing their best without you. You were sure a gift to all of us. Miss you and God bless us , everyone. ❤❤😇. My love to you and your wonderful family, that I have the blessing to know.
from: Darlene Mancinion: 09-06-2021