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Adam Zygmuntowicz
October 6, 1944 - August 30, 2018
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<div itemprop="description">ZYGMUNTOWICZ, Adam <br>1944-2018 <br> <br>It is with great sorrow that we announce that Adam died peacefully, surrounded by family, on Thursday August 30th, after a valiant battle with cancer. <br> <br>His faithful companion, love of his life and wife of 50 years, Judy at his side. Adam was a protective brother to Janice (Wesley) and father extraordinaire to Darren, Jessica (Randy), and Catherine (Stephen). A dutiful son-in-law to Mary and loving and doting Dziadziu to Samuel, Justin, Hunter, Alexa, and Brooklyn. A cherished brother-in-law to Nancy and Leo and uncle to his many nieces and nephews. Predeceased by his parents, Mary and Zenon, and father-in-law, Adam, as well as countless close relatives and friends who undoubtedly welcomed him into his next chapter with a ‘shnort’ and a laugh. <br> <br>Adam’s loyalty and dedication in relationships were unsurpassed and those who cherished him, and whom he equally held dear, are too numerous to mention here. Adam will be fondly remembered as one who led by example. A gentle man who loved to learn and read, a wonderful cook and gourmand, balladeer, skilled carpenter, mechanic, and jack of all trades. <br> <br>A lover of travel, fine automobiles, adventure, entertaining, and life’s simple pleasures. He had tremendous courage. His motto in life was to choose the high road and to be the better man; there was no one he would deny in their time of need. His quick wit, sense of joy, admiration for great feats of humanity, and love for creatures great and small will never be diluted by time. Moving on without him in this world will be facilitated by embracing his ability to sentimentally ponder the sadness life puts forth while pursuing hopefulness, forgiveness, and joy. <br> <br>We will carry his spirit with us by reflecting on the values he embodied. Adam never shied away from a challenge or minimized his dreams so that one lifetime could contain them. One lifetime could never be enough. <br> <br>A special thanks to all the wonderful caregivers over the course of his battle. <br> <br>In lieu of flowers, donations to Multiple Myeloma Canada are appreciated. <br> <br>The family will receive condolences at 10 am Friday, September 7th, followed by a funeral mass at 11 am at Holy Trinity Parish. <br> <br></div>