Joseph J. Ciborowski

Died: Tue., Oct. 2, 2018


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New Bedford - Joseph J. Ciborowski, 68, died Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at Hathaway Manor Extended Care.  He was the son of the late Leo and Phyllis (Szczech) Ciborowski.
     Born in Acushnet, Joe lived in New Bedford for many years.  He was employed by the New Bedford Dept. of Public Works until his retirement.  He greatly enjoyed the outdoors.
     Joe was a veteran of the U.S. Army.
     Survivors include a son, Christopher Ciborowski (Angela) of Philadelphia, PA; 2 sisters, Janice Ciborowski of New Bedford and Joanne Ciborowski of Carver; 1 brother, John Ciborowski of New Bedford; a granddaughter, Alyssa; and his very good friends, Frank and Shirley Ragusa.
    His funeral service and burial at Sacred Heart Cemetery are private.  Arrangements are with Machnowski Funeral Home, 472 Ashley Blvd., New Bedford.  For condolences, please visit www.machnowskifuneral.com.

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Jean Ciborowski Fahey
   Posted Sun October 07, 2018
We are saddened to hear of Joey's death. A first cousin, Joey and his 3 siblings
spent many fun childhood hours at Aunty Helen's farm with me and my 3 siblings. Joey's Dad and our Dad were brothers. We send his family our deepest condolences, Jean Ciborowski Fahey, Dorothy Ciborowski and Chet Ciborowski.

Keith McKay
   Posted Sun October 07, 2018
I'm sorry to hear of Joe passing. I first met Joe in the 70s when he lived in Lakeville. Some years later I reconnected with him as he lived in same building as my nephew. After that we talked often and were always in contact. I visited him often at the Assisted Living Whaler's Cove facility. Condolences to the entire family.

Norman LHeureux
   Posted Sun October 07, 2018
Christopher and family. I am so deeply sorry for your
loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all in this
time of need. I rented an apartment to your Dad
on Coffin Ave. I had the privilege of getting to know
Christopher and Joe over the years. Loved talking with
Joe about cars. He helped so many neighborhood kids
fix there bicycles. Your Dad will be greatly missed, very
kind man.

Carol Ciborowski Harper
   Posted Sun October 07, 2018
So sorry to hear about Joey's passing. I remember the Polish Church on Sunday and running around the Mickie-Wickie Club (I know that spelling is not right). Thanksgiving on Lexington Street with 2 turkeys since there were so many of us! All good memories.

Joey is in my prayers.

Norman LHeureux
   Posted Mon October 08, 2018
Christopher and family. I am so deeply sorry
for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with
you all in this time of need. I rented a apartment
to your Dad on Coffin Ave. I had the privilege of getting to
know Joe and Christopher over the years. Love
talking with Joe about cars. He helped so many
neighborhood kids fix their bicycles. Your Dad
will be greatly missed, very kind man. Sorry
again for your loss your friend Norman LHeureux

Christine (Crape) Sylvia
   Posted Mon October 08, 2018
Janice, just wanted to extend my sympathies to you for your brothers passing. May God bless you during this difficult time.

Your high school classmate.

Kevin Brum and family
   Posted Mon October 08, 2018
Chris,
My condolences on your father's passing. Joe was always good to me, like a second father. May he rest in peace.

Kevin

Geri Cote-Bonas
   Posted Wed October 10, 2018
Joanne
My condolences to you and your family for your loss. I hope you find the strength to get thru this difficult time.

Tom Hodak
   Posted Fri October 12, 2018
I’m saddened to learn of Joey’s passing. As first cousins, our families shared get-togethers in Holyoke, Dighton, New Bedford, Cape Cod – and countless hours at Buttonwood Park in New Bedford. The elder Ciborowski siblings (Joey’s dad Vard, Mitchell, Helen, Nicki and Chet) really understood and practiced the importance of family. My heart goes out to Joanne, John and Janice at this time, especially in light of the recent loss of their dad.

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