Wrisley Funeral Home
90 Sugarloaf Street, South Deerfield, MA 01373
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Edward C. “Patrol” Wykowski

Calling Hours will be held Wednesday evening, January 14th from 4-7pm. in the Wrisley Funeral Home Chapel. There will be an Elks Ritual at 6:30pm with the Greenfield Lodge of Elks #1296. Funeral Services will be Thursday, January 15th, at 9:15am from the Funeral Home followed by a Requiem Mass at 10:00am in Holy Name of Jesus Church. Burial will be held in the spring.

         Whately – Edward C. “Patrol” Wykowski, 87, of 177 Long Plain Road, died peacefully after a short illness. He was born on January 17, 1927 at home in Whately, Ma and was the son of Martha M. Maiewski and Stanley M. Wykowski. Ed and his wife were self-employed farmers who grew potatoes, tobacco, and cucumbers. He also owned Patrols’ Motor Sales and Maple Grove Club. Ed was a Whately Moderator and for many years a special police officer. He was on the Whately Bicentennial Committee of aerial fireworks and a life member of the #1296 Greenfield Elks, Polish American Citizens Club, and an original member of the Holy Name of Jesus parish in South Deerfield. He loved Polish music and was an avid bingo player. He loved to travel to Aruba, Hawaii, Vages, and many times to Florida. He loved watching the Red Sox and Patriots and spending time with his great-grandsons.

 

         He is survived by his wife of 63 years Caroline M (Magdycz) Wykowski of Whately, his children Shirley M. Ring, Tammy M. Warger and her husband Robert, Edward Wykowski Jr. and his wife Shari, his grandchildren Carolyn M. Warger and her husband Todd, Trisha M. Warger and Tiffany M. Warger, and his great-grandchildren Landon, Keith, and Nathan Warger. He is also survived by his sisters-in-laws: Helen Magdycz of Hatfield, Jeanette Hall of Pelham, and Helen Magdycz of Erving and many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his son Dennis James, his parents and his siblings Henry and Helen.

 

       Calling Hours will be held Wednesday evening, January 14th from 4-7PM. in the Wrisley Funeral Home Chapel, Sugarloaf Street, South Deerfield. There will be an Elks Ritual at 6:30pm with the Greenfield Lodge of Elks #1296. Funeral Services will be Thursday, January 15th, at 9:15AM from the Funeral Home followed by a Requiem Mass at 10:00AM in Holy Name of Jesus Church, Thayer Street, South Deerfield. Burial will be held in the spring in the parish cemetery.

 

         In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Whately Farmland Preservation or to Holy Name of Jesus Parish in South Deerfield, Mass.

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