Mary Wierzbicki

Obituary of Mary Wierzbicki

Mary M. (Vincent) Wierzbicki, 83, of South Windsor, CT, wife of the late Edward J. Wierzbicki, Sr., died Sunday September 24, 2017 at Manchester Hospital surrounded in love by her family. Born 1934 in Burlington, VT, daughter of the late Albert and Olive (Maple) Vincent, she lived in Glastonbury for over 20 years and in South Windsor for the past 12 years.  Mary was a fierce UConn basketball fan, enjoyed ceramics, painting, crossword puzzles, Words with Friends, was an avid bowler at Glastonbury Bowling, and head of the Sunshine Committee at EastConn where she worked for many years.  She was the most generous and loving woman in the world with a heart full of compassion, which carried through to many organizations in need. Her joy was being with those she dearly loved.  She dedicated her life to her children, siblings, grand and great grandchildren.  Her love and devotion was like no other and will forever be cherished.  Mary is survived by her six children and their spouses, Jan and Donald Ellis, Jr. of Enfield, Steve and Robbie Wierzbicki of Perkensville, VT, Michael and Susan Wierzbicki of Westerly, RI, Edward J., Jr. and Wendy Wierzbicki of Lebanon, Jim Wierzbicki and Stephanie Murphy of Old Saybrook, Beth and Mike Holland of Browns Summit, NC., 3 brothers and 1 sister, Charles Vincent of Somerville, SC, Barbara McConville of Bozeman, MT, Alan Vincent of Hartford, Daniel Vincent of Sebago Lake, ME. She is also survived by her 11 grandchildren, Christopher Ellis, Hannah, Danny, Erin, Kyle, Maura, Nathan, Kelly, Katie, Gidget Wierzbicki, and Michael Holland, 2 great grandchildren Jayden and Tegan. She was predeceased by 2 brothers, Donald and Wayne Vincent.  Mary wished to let know and make special mention to all her in-laws, relatives and friends, living or deceased, how grateful she was for their love, kindness and support throughout her life, and how very dear they were to her heart.  Funeral service and burial will be private, there will be no calling hours. Mary and family would like to thank the compassionate and hardworking staff at Dana Farber Cancer Institute for all their heartfelt efforts.  Those who wish to make memorial donations may do so to the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, P.O. Box 849168, Boston, MA. 02284. For online condolences please visit www.mulryanfh.com.