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Edward Dubanoski

Edward Dubanoski

Thursday, August 27th, 1936 Tuesday, July 21st, 2020

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Obituary for Edward W. Dubanoski

Edward Walter Dubanoski, 83, of Enfield, husband of the late Claire Amelia (Zawistowski) Dubanoski, passed away peacefully Tuesday, July 21, 2020, at Evergreen Healthcare in Stafford. Born and raised in the Rockville section of Vernon, Ed was one of four children of John and Josephine (Hopowiec) Dubanoski. He lived in Enfield for 60 plus years where he and Claire raised their family and were parishioners at St. Adalbert Church of St. Raymond of Penefort Parish. Ed served his country honorably in the U.S. Army during the Korean War and was a longtime member of the John Maciolek Post #154 American Legion. Ed began his professional working career as an engineering apprentice at Royal Typewriter. After earning his Engineering Degree Ed was employed at Hamilton Standard where he worked on the Apollo Spacesuit program. He later retired from Bussman Mfg. ,and following, started another career driving school buses for Smyth Bus Co. He loved dancing, polish food, polka music and was musically gifted playing the accordion, piano and the harmonica. Ed shared his musical talents by entertaining his family, many friends and the residents of Parkway Pavilion for many years. His fix-it abilities were unmatched, always having that special tool or “special stuff” to repair anything. Long walks and riding his bicycle were part of his everyday events. He also enjoyed camping and vacationing with family and friends at Strawberry Park in Preston, CT. Ed was truly devoted to his loving sweetheart Claire and a great role model to his family and many friends his entire life.
Ed is survived by his three beloved sons, Michael of Enfield, Steven and his wife Donna of Enfield, and Scott and his wife Kim of Somers, four grandchildren, Thomas Edward & his wife Kayleigh, Kevin John, Erika Rose, and Allison Claire Dubanoski, a brother, Thomas Dubanoski of NJ., a very dear friend Rose Masamery and several nieces and nephews. Besides his wife, Ed was predeceased by his brother Joseph Dubanoski and his sister Angela Burke.
Services and burial will be private and held at the family's convenience. Donations in Ed's memory may be made to the John Maciolek Post 154# American Legion, PO Box 154, Enfield, CT 06083. To leave online condolences, please visit www.Leetestevens.com

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Patrick and Jeanette Tallarita

We remember Ed well from baseball years. He was always so pleasant and engaging to around. We hope you find comfort in your memories, faith and each other. Peace. Patrick and Jeanette Tallarita
Comment | Posted at 08:29am via Condolence
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Sandy Morin

Mike, Steve and Scott, I just read about the passing of your Dad. I am so deeply sorry. Ed was always so much fun to talk to almost every day while I was visiting with my Mom, Sadie at Evergreen. He was just the nicest and kindest man. He would always stop and talk to us on his way to physical therapy (pre-COVID). I am so glad I got the chance to see him and say hi when we were outside visiting at Evergreen a couple of weeks ago. I will miss his quick wit at evergreen whenever things get back to normal. Again my mom and I are so sorry for your loss. Sincerely, Sandy and my Mom Sadie. 😢
Comment | Posted at 09:44am via Condolence
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Karen Curti

We are so sorry to hear of Ed’s passing. We will always remember his committed relationship and devotion to his dear wife Claire. The residents and staff of Parkway always enjoyed his entertainment of playing the piano and accordion. Such a gifted, compassionate, devoted and caring man. Our sincere condolences to his family and friends. May he Rest In Peace with his sweet Claire. Fondly, the rehabilitation department of Parkway Pavilion
Comment | Posted at 08:36am via Condolence
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Janie liro

Eddie will always hold a place in my heart. He was such a wonderful man. He was one of my Dads best friend from the 154. I always enjoyed talking with him and was hoping to visit again once this virus got better in control.He will be missed by my family. I’m quite sure he will be dancing the polka with Clare and my Mom and Dad. Liro’s
Comment | Posted at 10:59am via Condolence
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Jane Reardon

Ed and Claire danced the Polka beautifully and with great joy!!! Every lady at the Polish National Home wanted to dance with Ed because he danced well and effortlessly!! Ed and
Claire were always kind and fun to be with when we were kids- somehow Ed always made you feel special with that twinkle in his eye -an incredible gift!! So many memories, too, of his fabulous accordion playing at family events!
We’ll miss you, Ed!!!
Jane Zawistowski Reardon
Comment | Posted at 09:04pm via Condolence
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