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Zbigniew Lipiec of Westford

1955 - 2020

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Zbigniew Lipiec, 65, died at 1:00pm, Tuesday, November 3, 2020,
due to cardiac arrest at his home in Westford, Massachusetts.

Zbigniew was born June 18, 1955, in Dzierzoniow, Poland. He was trained as a
computer technician during his high school years, and soon after his technical training
was employed as a quality control technician at a heavy equipment machinery parts
manufacturing company.

In September 1981, during a time of political upheaval in Poland, he escaped with his brother to
Vienna, Austria and they subsequently emigrated to the United States as refugees.

Most recently he worked in manufacturing at The Haartz Corporation in Acton, Massachusetts.

When “Ziggy” was not working he loved to travel, especially to seacoast destinations. He would even
go to Hampton Beach during storms to watch the ocean waves. He loved visiting Florida; the beaches,
the sights, the nightlife. He even traveled to the French Riviera and Octoberfest in Munich, Germany.

He is survived by his brother and sister-in-law, Wieslaw and Kathleen Lipiec of Athol, Massachusetts;
nephews, Christopher Lipiec of Petersham, Massachusetts, Adam Lipiec of Enfield, Connecticut, and
Nicholas Lipiec of Philipston, Massachusetts; aunt Stella Noyes of Athol, Massachusetts,
and seven grand nephews and nieces.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Kazimierz and Helena Lipiec of Woburn, Massachusetts.

There will be a graveside service at 11am, Friday, November 13, 2020
at Woodbrook Cemetery, 100 Salem Street, Woburn, Massachusetts.

Arrangements under the direction of Dolan Funeral Home, Chelmsford, Massachusetts.

4 Condolences for Zbigniew Lipiec of Westford

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    Sue Ritson

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    I worked with Ziggy at Haartz the past 4 years. My heart is so heavy right now. He was a hard worker and I really enjoyed working with him. I can’t believe he is no longer with us. He will be missed!!

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    Lila Jeschka

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    byl moim kuzynem,w moim wieku,czesto wspolnie spedzalismy letnie wakacje,byl fajnym chlopakiem,bardzo mi przykro,szkoda,ze juz odszedl.Modle sie za Niego,zapalam swiece.

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    Irvin Joseph

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    He was a coworker at Haartz Corporation. He is a true gentleman. He was very respectful towards everybody. It is very sad to lose suddenly a very nice guy like Ziggy. He will be missed.
    My sincere condolences to his family.

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    Anthony Zayas

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    My heart is so heavy right now and even last week when I heard. He was always such a hard worker and I always loved working with him.. he taught me so much and was always in a good mood full of advice and stories of his past.. he will surely be missed by me and everyone he came in contact with!!

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