John Wawrzycki

John Paul Wawrzycki, born in Dobre, Poland on April 28, 1955 deceased December 3, 2019 at McCall Hospice House in Simpsonville, South Carolina at the age of 64.

John’s parents, Chester and Genevieve Cieslak Wawrzycki, moved the family to the United States when John was 3 years old and resided in Bound Brook, New Jersey.

John received his Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey and worked in the field of Systems and Controls throughout his career. John’s wife Gay passed away in 2006.

John and his fiancée, Joan Weibel, moved from Hillsborough, New Jersey to retire to Simpsonville, South Carolina in 2014.

John and Joan loved music and attended bluegrass and rock concerts as often as possible. John also loved to tinker with electronics and was a passionate photographer.

John is survived by his fiancée Joan Weibel and her children Jason (Meghan) Weibel, and Beth Weibel in South Carolina; his sisters, Barbara Forbes of Hillsborough, New Jersey and Terry (John) Henderson of Calgary, Alberta, Canada; two nephews, Mathew and Michael in New Jersey; a niece, Kaitlin in Pennsylvania, and two nieces, Erin and Lindsey and a nephew, Christopher, in Canada.

Visitation will be held at Heritage Funeral Home, 313 North Main Street, Simpsonville, SC on Sunday, December 8, 2019 from 3:00 – 4:30 PM.

A funeral service will be held at St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church, 2252 Woodruff Road, Simpsonville, SC on Monday, December 9, 2019 at 10:00 AM.

In lieu of flowers donations to the St. Francis Foundation supporting healing missions of Bon Secours St. Francis Health Systems of Greenville, SC would be greatly appreciated.

Condolences to the family of John Wawrzycki

  • Chris Amenson
    12 months ago

    John was a very good man who will be sorely missed by his extended family. His keen sense of humor and caring interest in those around him will be remembered as two of his greatest attributes. God bless you, John.

  • Don Amenson
    12 months ago

    We were very saddened at the news of John’s passing. I was happy to welcome him into the extended Amenson family. His sense of humor was a delight and his e-mail presence will be missed.
    John was a great companion to Joan and it was clear that he enjoyed the role of Grampa to the informal grand children.

    May God Bless Him And May He Rest In Peace

    Don and Gail Amenson and Family.

  • Jill Chapman
    12 months ago

    I was hurt to see John had passed. He was such a sweet man with a fun sense of humor. I was honored to have been Joan and John’s REALTOR when they retired in Simpsonville. They looked like a perfect couple. John will be greatly missed

    Rest in Peace my friend

    Jill Chapman

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