Louise E. (Bromirski) Baldygar

Born: Mon., Nov. 7, 1910
Died: Sat., Nov. 7, 2009

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Louise E. (Bromirski) Baldygar, 99, of Bristol, widow of Stephen W. Baldygar passed away Saturday (Nov. 7, 2009) at Sheriden Woods Health Care Center, Bristol.

Louise was born Nov. 7, 1910 in Portland, CT. She was the daughter of the late Joseph H. and Helen (Blazyk) Bromirski and also Stefania (Grzegozeski) Bromirski. Louise was a resident of Bristol and Terryville all of her life. Louise worked with her husband at his market, the former Joe's Meat Market of Bristol then at the former E. Ingraham Co., of Bristol for many years and then at Hubbards Florist of Bristol since 1979 retiring at age 95. She was a communicant of St. Stanislaus Church, Bristol; member of the Polish Woman's Alliance of America Group #512 of Bristol and also served as financial secretary for the Polish Woman's Alliance of America Group #512. Weezie loved her family and friends and always enjoyed being with them. Weezie will always be remembered for all of her different baking recipes and being the last to leave a gathering, she will truly be missed.

She is survived by, her sister, Connie Connell of Sacremento, CA, her sister-in-law, Sue Bromirski of Bristol and many nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews and great great nieces and great great nephews. Louise was predeceased by her son, George Baldygar; her brother, Joseph E. Bromirski and four sisters, Irene Guzenski, Helen Tracy, Donna Bowser and Florence Day.

Funeral services will be held Wednesday, (Nov. 11, 2009), 10:00am from the Scott Funeral Home, 169 Main St., Terryville to St. Stanislaus Church for a Mass of Christian Burial at 11:00. Burial will be in St. Mary Cemetery, Terryville. Friends may call at the funeral home Tuesday from 6:00 - 8:00pm.

Memorial donations may be made to St. Jude Childrens Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105-1942.

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Sue Bromirski

What a wonderful sister-in-law. What a wonderful person. You are the example of what God wanted us all to be. I will miss talking to you about UCONN Women's basketball. You will truly be missed because of all you were to this family.



Cindi Louise Connell

I have always been proud to be Louise's namesake and have always loved her very much. She would send baked goods to us every Christmas, and no matter what else was under the tree, hers were the most treasured and anticipated gifts! She was a light here for so many and will be missed by more people than most!

Susan Louise Bromirski Anderson

Never at a loss for words, your passing left me speechless and I visited here a number of times to write something and then just left not knowing what to say. I was glad the Lord took you, and glad you waited to see so many of those who loved you, I was also scared and distraught thinking about living my life without your presence. You have always been there, quietly in the background, watching, enjoying and loving your family and friends, supporting and never judging. I will miss you so very much. I gave myself the task of looking for your wedding picture today which hung on my stairway wall for years along with all your sisters' wedding pictures and the one of my parents on their wedding day. Going through my pictures and the ones Sandy gave me of yours, I realized just how much you loved all of us and how much each of us meant to you... there is a picture with every child ever born. How you loved us all.... newborns through adults, never waivering in your love. You truly were a gift from God and will forever live in my heart and memories. I am comforted by the knowlege that so many that I have loved are now with you and you are all in the company of the Lord. I will be forever grateful that my last words to you were "I love you" and your last words to me were "I love you too".

Stephen Bromirski

We always asked as we were growing up," Is Aunt Louise and Uncle steve coming, and they always did. Every holiday every birthday as long as I can remember Aunt Louise and Uncle Steve was there. Of course as young children we were looking forward to the pie or the cake Aunt louise would always bring, Not untill we get older do we realize it was the love of family that brought us together. I am so glad I got to see aunt Louise just a few short weeks ago. i just wish i could be there to say my good byes. We will all miss her,

Liz Guzenski Woody

Living in Florida, my relationship with Aunt Louise was mostly thru short visits. I always enjoyed seeing her and tasting her treats. I cherish the times all the sisters and Uncle Sonny gathered for parties and family events. I love hearing about their past and how family was so important to their father - my dad's Dziadz. Our entire family was blessed to have Aunt Louise for as long as we did. With her passing, I can only imagine all the happiness in heaven.

Stephen Stockwell (Sonny's Grandson)

As I sit and try to list all the great memories of Aunt Louise that I had I often think how lucky we are to have a family like ours. From my Great Grandfather Joe to Grandpa Joe, Aunt's Irene, Helen, Louise, Donna, Florance and Connie these people were and are the reasons we are such a great family. Aunt Louise was one of the larger parts that like my Mom (Susan) said was silently sitting in the background watching us grow and guiding us in the right direction.

Aunt Louise was always so special to me, not only because she was my Grandfather's sister but, due to the fact she treated me like I was one of her own. One story I do have is something I will never understand, my Mom would tell me horror stories when she and my Uncle Stephen were little how she would make them eat all their food before they could get a drink... funny how I could get away with these things when she would watch me when I was little...too funny. Those were the stories we would hear, I would always appreciate the Pineapple Cream Pies. "Man the things she could do with food." She could make metal taste like chocolate if she had to. Not to mention family history lessons she would tell me and talk in Polish was really cool too just like Cousin Bobbie. She was too good to me, just like all the Aunts and my (Great) Grandma B. (Bromirski).

The impact that Aunt Louise had on me, has helped me to achieve the things I have done and accomplished in my short life. She taught the Basics of Life: love, happiness, treating those the same way you'd wish to be treated, work hard, be proud of where your came from, do what's right no matter the cost, holding your head high, family, cooking, generousity, compassion. I owe her to the same reasons I have become, who I have become. I will remember that Thanksgiving is just around the corner and that I am really thankful for you Aunt Louise, for all that you have done for us, as a family.

Love you and Miss you,

Great-Nephew Stephen

Debi Connell Wurdack

So glad Katie and I got up to CT in June and got to visit with Louise a lot then. I remember fondly the few months I lived with her and Steve in 1961 on Gridley St. and all her wonderful treats. I still have her Black Bottom Cupcake recipe and it's way better than Starbucks! I named Kathleen (Katie) Louise, my daughter, after Cindi and Louise. Also have fond memories of going up to the VT farm with her and Steve and the Days a couple of times. She is in a better place with no pain now, but Louise will always be in my heart.

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