William Rozanski 1952 2018

Obituary of William Rozanski
William Andrew Rozanski, born August 25, 1952, passed peacefully at Manchester Memorial Hospital, surrounded by family on Tuesday, March 20th, 2018. “Bill” fought cancer, and was incredibly loved by his family. Bill is survived by his wife, Kelly Graves Rozanski, his daughter, Holly Rozanski, his son, William Andrew Rozanski the II, and his wife, Courtney Rozanski. He is survived by his grandchildren, Willow Rozanski, and Clark & Carley Delmastro. Bill is also survived by his sister, Kimberly Ruppert and her husband Steven, his niece Marissa Rozanski and her life partner, Scott Martin. Bill is survived by his brother, Michael Rozanski, and his wife Dreama Rozanski. Bill is also survived by his sister, Lynn Trombley, her husband Robert Trombley, and their children Bethany and Justin. Bill was predeceased by: his mother, Lorraine Scott Rainey, his stepfather, Leo Rainey, and his father, Samuel Rozanski.
Bill loved his pet Chihuahuas, playing the lottery, the Boston Red Sox and the Dallas Cowboys. Bill had the unique ability to make friends wherever he went. He taught himself how to repair cars. He loved to collect coins, locks, and various antique collectibles. He adored his Crown Victorias and his motorcycle (in his younger days). Bill will be dearly missed forever. The family will hold a private funeral for him. In lieu of flowers, please donate to William Rozanski’s Blue Star Tribute page, which provides donations to the Colorectal Cancer Alliance: fundraise.ccalliance.org/blue-star-tributes/WilliamRozanski. The John F. Tierney Funeral Home, Manchester has care of the arrangements.

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