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Maryann (Bielinski) Kolomicki

May 22, 2022

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              Maryann (Bielinski) Kolomicki, Age 92, of Watertown, passed suddenly Sunday, May 22, 2022, at Mount Auburn Hospital, surrounded by loving family. Maryann was born in Chelsea, MA on April 29, 1930 to Antoni Bielinski and Josephine (Siuda). She was the beloved wife of the late Charles Kolomicki.
              Maryann grew up and was educated in Chelsea, MA schools and became the bookkeeper of S. Strogoff Sheet Metal Contractors, Chelsea MA, where she was a valued employee for many decades until retirement. She and Charlie traveled the world, and loved fine dining, good music, and dancing.
              She is survived by cousins Edwina Siuda, Thomas Siuda (Flavia), Leonard Siuda (Carol) and Goddaughter Judith Poli (Dean). Also survived by Godchild Kathleen Todisco, loving nieces and nephews Joan Smith (Tom), Dick Golebiewski (Sandy), Betty Gilman, and Frank Barys (Cathy), and Laura Cuthbert who lived with and cared for her, shared her beloved puppies, and loved her like a Mother. Also, good friends Ed Barwicki, Ann Wycoff, and Fran Ventura.
             Family and friends are welcome to come celebrate Maryann’s life by gathering for visiting hours Tuesday 8am – 9:30am at Nardone Funeral Home, 373 Main Street, Watertown, MA, with the funeral Mass immediately following at St. Luke’s Church, 132 Lexington Street, Belmont, MA. Final resting spot will be next to her beloved Charlie at the Holy Cross Mausoleum, 175 Broadway, Malden, MA.

In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the American Boxers Charitable Foundation, found on their website abcfoundation.org

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