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Allan K. Oleskiewicz, 66

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. —  Allan K."Poopsie" Oleskiewicz, 66 of Williamstown, passed away Tuesday, Mach 14, 2023 at the Hillcrest Commons Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Pittsfield.

Allen was born in Adams on July 11, 1956, son of the late Herman and Rose Oleskiewicz he attended Adams schools and graduated from Hoosac Valley High School with the class of 1976. He was employed for a short period of time for Pfizer in Adams. Prior to that was employed for the former Krutiak Construction Co., and the former Waverly Fabrice's both in Adams. Allan also was a caretaker for many years for Pedrin's Dairy Bar in North Adams. He was a longtime member of the Adams Lodge of Elks.

His wife, the former Peggie Anne Deeb passed away October 9, 2020. He is survived by a brother, Joseph Oleskiewicz and his wife Barbara of Adams, two sisters, Charlene Ouimet and her husband Wayne, Darlene Whitman and her husband Gary, all of Adams. A Stepdaughter, Melissa McCauley, two grandchildren, three great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by five brothers, William, Peter, Paul J., Michael, Orville Oleskiewicz, two sisters, Gloria Martin, Victoria Moynihan, and a stepdaughter, Jennifer Miller Davis.

A graveside service and burial in Bellevue Cemetery will take place at a later date to be announced, there are no calling hours. The TROTTER FUNERAL HOME in Adams is in charge of arrangements.

Obituary Posted By: Trottier Pringle Funeral Home

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My Condolence to family of Allen --- As I knew him Poopsie was a very good worker with a great personality with all co-workers also enjoyed working with him David
from: David Krutiakon: 03-21-2023

Charlene, Darlene and family please accept my deepest sympathy at this time. Al was a sweetheart. I’m sure he in heaven with Peggy and they will be smiling down on all of us from now on.
from: Kim Bissaillon on: 03-19-2023

Al was an amazing man who did so much for so many without asking for anything in return, even though he was in constant pain himself. He had a lot of love and compassion and gave it freely. He was Peg's heart and I know they are together again in heaven. I miss you both cousins. My love to the family.
from: Jan Mislanon: 03-18-2023

Great memories! Renfew forever
from: todd c juifon: 03-18-2023

Charlene and Family, Sending deepest condolences to you and your family on the loss of your brother.
from: Erica Dami Pecoron: 03-17-2023

To the Oleskiwicz fsmily: May he rest in peace with Peg. Thinking of all the good tines back then, always hard to say so long. God bless you all .
from: Darlene Mancinion: 03-17-2023

Allens family I knew Allen since he, Peg were married. Miss you both RIP.
from: Kathleen trottier hullon: 03-17-2023

My sympathy to you Darlene, and family. Al always made me laugh. He's been in pain for many years may he RIP now.?
from: Geri Brassardon: 03-17-2023