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Dziewa, Stanley

Age 81, of New Berlin, Wisconsin, died on October 17, 2011 after a long battle with cancer. He is survived by his beloved wife of 59 years, Rosemary nee Cintala. He was a loving father to 6 children: Regina Tony Kapta, Patricia Richard Yates, Stanley Jo Marie Dziewa, Walter Lisa Dziewa, Rebecca Michael Janz, and John Dziewa. Stan was a wonderful grandfather to 5 grandchildren: Rehana Kapta, Sara Ben Kapta-Woodcock, Yosef Kapta, Jacob Dziewa, and Adam Dziewa. He was the brother of the late ThaddeusMary Jane Dziewa, Pauline the late Burton Gross, Sophie Rodney Ginter, and Dolores James Fuller. He is also survived by many wonderful nieces, nephews and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents Walter & Regina Dziewa.

A Korean War Veteran, Stan served as a Sergeant in the Army, First Calvary Division. He served in active combat and also during the Japanese Occupation. Throughout his life, Stan was deeply committed to family, friends, church and country.

Visitation will take place from 5-7PM on Friday, Oct. 21 at the Heritage Funeral Home, 16880 W. National Ave with a Vigil at 7pm. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held at 10am on Saturday, Oct. 22 at Holy Apostles Church, 16000 W. National Ave. Please meet at church on Saturday. Entombment Mt. Olivet Cemetery.

New Berlin Chapel
16880 W. National 262-901-1140
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Past Comments

Joan & Lee

Dear Pat & family,
Please accept our sincere condolences. Stan must have been a wonderful father and friend.

With deepest sympathy,
Lee & Joan Robinson

Bill and Donna Wallock

Dear Dziewa Family
Sending our Deep Sympathy for your loss. Each soul leaves a legacy of love and may each memory of your Dad comfort you forever. Such a special person will not be forgotten. God’s peace to your Family.
Bill and Donna

Barry, Karren, Jamie and Nicole Mera

Aunt Rose and family,
We wanted to offer our deepest condolences on the loss of your husband and father. I didn’t get to know Uncle Stan too well over the years because of the great distance we live apart. The times we did get together were always enjoyable and he was great to be around. I know he suffered a lot towards the end, so he is in a better place. We’re sorry we couldn’t make it north to be with all of you.

Uncle Paul and Aunt Mary Lee

To the Dziewa Family,

Please accept our sympathy for the loss of Stan Sr. All of you will be in our prayers … God Bless You.

Uncle Paul and Aunt Mary Lee

Mary Koszyczarek Pezze

My heart and prayers go you out to you all. I remember you Dad/husband as a kind, funny and wonderful man.

jean menz

Dear Dziewa Family,
Sorry for your loss, I hope you will be comforted thru all the good memories you have of his life.
Know that you are in our prayers at this time.

God Bless you all,
The Menz Family
Mark, Jean, Lauren, Kathleen and Ian

Colleen - Kozy Koszyczarek

We are sorry for your loss. Wish we could be there to pay our respects. We loved Stan and all the get togethers that we had thru the years. We remember the corn roast that he had, when he frooze the corn from the Summer and in the cold Winter we had roast corn on the cob!!! He WILL be MISSED.

Will, Teri & Robert St Pierre; Megan & Sean Sweeney

Our deepest sympathies in the loss of Mr. Dziewa. You’re all in our thoughts and prayers. May God comfort you during this difficult time.

Glenn & Joan Goethel

Dziewa Family,
So very sorry to hear of your loss. We fondly remember Stan and our trip to Las Vegas as well as other times we met.
You will be in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time.
Joan and Glenn Goethel

Susan Seats

I am a good friend of Pat’s. I am so sorry to hear of her beloved father’s death. I will keep the family in my thoughts and prayers as you gather to celebrate the life he lived and the goodness with which he filled your lives.
Susan Seats

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