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Theodore E. Leszcynski, Sr.
October 30, 1930 ~ October 13, 2023 (age 92) 92 Years Old
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Obituary for Theodore E. Leszcynski, Sr. (1930-2023)
Theodore “Ted” E. Leszcynski, Sr., age 92, of Phoenixville, passed away peacefully at home on Friday, October 13, 2023, with loving family at his bedside. Born in Philadelphia, Ted was the son of the late Benjamin Leszcynski and the late Mary (nee Mateja) Leszcynski, the devoted husband since July 18, 1953 of the late Helen (nee Osiadach), the loving father of Theodore E. Leszcynski, Jr. (Jackie), Stephen Leszcynski (the late Linda), Nicholas Leszcynski (Mary Ann) and Helen Montgomery (William), the proud grandfather of Nick, Jr., Jennifer, Theodore III and Melanie and the adoring great-grandfather of Delaney and Theodore IV. In addition, Ted had a brother, the late Edward Leszcynski and is survived by a sister, Adele Bonuli (Tryon).
Mr. Leszcynski attended Mastbaum High School and went on to a very fulfilling career as a sales professional. He became the National Sales Manager for SPS Technologies Aerospace and Industrial Products, working there for 33 years, and retiring at the age of 63. He was good friends with Rev. Dr. Ronald P. Popivchak of SS. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church and was actively involved with The Polish American Cultural Center. He taught classes in the art of Pysanky, which is the decorating of eggs. Ted actually built his home and he loved it, as well as his lawn. He enjoyed playing chess, dancing and music, talking politics and actually did pilates well into his 80’s. But his most cherished times were those spent with his beloved family.
Relatives and Friends are invited to SS. Peter & Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church, 519 Union Avenue, Bridgeport, PA 19405 on Saturday, October 21, where his viewing will be held from 9 a.m. until 9:50 a.m. and his Divine Liturgy will begin at 10 a.m. The family would appreciate Memorial Donations to Polish American Cultural Center, 308 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106, 215-922-1700. Arrangements are by The Bernard S. Gutkowski Funeral Home, Swedesburg, Upper Merion Twp., PA, Keith J. Murphy, F.D., 610-275-6385, www.gutkowskifuneralhome.com