James Eugene Prosky

Born: Mon., Aug. 29, 1932
Died: Wed., Jun. 2, 2021

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James Eugene Prosky, 88, of Enfield, formerly of Torrington, husband of the late Betty (Schmitt) Prosky passed away June 2, 2021 in Stafford Springs.  
James was born August 29, 1932, son of the late Helen Obuchowski and Joseph Ohrablo and stepson of the late Charles Obuchowski Sr.
James was a veteran of the Korean War and a retiree of the US Post Office in Torrington CT
He was a resident of Torrington for most of his life, an avid golfer, and a member of Holy Trinity Lutheran Church in Torrington.
James leaves behind a son Mark Prosky and his wife Joanne from Little Egg Harbor, NJ and three daughters, Roxanne Perugino and her husband Pat from Terryville, CT, Deborah DiBeneditto, and her husband Al Lundgren from Enfield, CT and Rhonda Burach and her husband Rob from Clinton, NJ.  He also leaves behind 11 grandchildren – Marissa Tribuiani, Timothy Prosky, Patrick Perugino, Diana Perugino, James DiBenedetto, Kevin Lundgren, Kyle, Lundgren, Keith Lundgren, Eric Lundgren, Rose Burach and Rae Burach and one great grandchild Annabelle Tribuiani.  He was pre-deceased by his sister, Carol Green and leaves a brother, Charles Obuchowski Jr., and a sister, Helen Rinaldi.
Contributions in lieu of flowers can be made to Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 64 Barry Street, Torrington, CT 06790, or the Alzheimer’s Association.
Scott Funeral Home of Terryville CT will be handling the funeral and burial arrangements which will be at the convenience of the family.  www.scottfuneralhomeinc.com

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John Kohanski
   Posted Mon June 07, 2021
Debbie and Al, sending my deepest condolences at the loss of your father! John Kohanski (from The Hartford)

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