Richard S. Murawski

Born: Sun., May 13, 1945
Died: Sun., Feb. 9, 2020


Visitation

8:00 AM to 9:30 AM, Sat., Feb. 15, 2020
Location: Scott Funeral Home, Inc.


Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 AM Sat., Feb. 15, 2020
Location: St. Stanislaus Church


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Richard S. Murawski, 74, of Terryville, CT, beloved father and grandfather, passed away unexpectedly on February 9, 2020. He was a proud Navy veteran and graduated Merrimack Collegewith a BA in Accounting. Richard was an accomplished businessman before his retirement; many of those years spent at IBM and Xerox. He was also active in many civic and volunteer organizations throughout the years, most notably traveling to Ethiopia with the Denan Project, to establish water resources in the Ogaden Region. He loved fishing, hunting, traveling, numismatics, antique dealing, and golf where he spent several years as Captain of Hole 4 at the Traveler’s Championship. There aren’t enough words to express all he loved and accomplished in his life. He was predeceased by his wife Rachel and he is survived by a brother Thomas Murawski and his wife Cathy, a sister Carol Pyrzenski  and her husband Phil, his two daughters: MaryBeth Morneault and her husband Shawn; Karen Carter and her husband Brian: a grandson, Shawn Michael, his wife Chelsea and their two children Weston and Adelyn, as well as many nieces and nephews. Calling hours will be held Saturday February 15th from 8-9:30am at Scott Funeral Home in Terryville, CT followed by a Mass at St. Stanislaus church in Bristol at 10am. Following mass, he will be reunited with his wife at St. Joseph cemetery    Memorial contributions can be made to: The Denan Project P.O Box 543 Woodbury, CT 06798.

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Peter Murawski
   Posted Tue February 11, 2020
Sorry to hear of the passing of Rick. We go back a long way.
He was one of the good guys and will be missed

Shawn Michael
   Posted Tue February 11, 2020
I love you grandpa rick. Thank you for the countless good memories. Harwinton house, Disney world, golf lessons, many cape cod summers. I know you and mimi have reunited, and will be looking down on all of us.

Kathryn Pennington
   Posted Wed February 12, 2020

A Little Bit of Sunshine was sent by The Penningtons.

Karen and family, please accept our condolences for the loss of your father. Holding you all close in our thoughts and prayers. Love, The Penningtons


Richard and Susan Bacca
   Posted Wed February 19, 2020
So sad to hear of Rick's passing upon our return from a vacation. It seems like only yesterday when he first walked into my coin shop and we began a long friendship of sharing our hobbies as close friend. We both had worked for IBM, played golf and loved to talk about the history and fascination of collecting coins and anything old. Going to coin shows was always fun, traveling in search of unusual items. The story of our first golf match brings us to Florida, where Rick had selected the course and also provided an extra set of his clubs for me to use. Of course Rick's clubs were for right-handers and I being left handed posed a concern for Rick. I told him that I would use his club and this was to be a fun match anyway. Well, throughout the match he kept commenting me on how well I was hitting the ball. I didn't tell him until we were finished, that I actually grew up with 4 older brothers that were all right handed and that I had to learn to play golf using their hand-me-down clubs. We laughed about that day for years. So sorry we have to say good-bye to a best friend.

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