Adam Fedorowicz, 1953-2021

 

Adam Fedorowicz, 67, a resident of La Porte, Ind., for 40 years, formerly of Olesnica, Poland, passed away unexpectedly at 5:55 a.m. Monday, April 5, 2021, in La Porte.

He was born Sept. 23, 1953, in Olesnica to Wladyslaw and Stanislawa (Kostka) Fedorowicz.

Adam was a CNC operator for Electro Corporation, Kingsbury, Ind., for 22 years. He enjoyed collecting antiques and coins, watching old movies, visiting the beach, attending Chicago blues festivals, and traveling to Poland. Adam was funny, intelligent, generous and always smiling. He never was the type to complain. His family is devastated by his loss and will deeply and greatly miss him.

Surviving from Poland are his brother, Wladyslaw (Ewa) Fedorowicz; two sisters, Danuta Hunka and Irena (Grzegorz) Kozak; brother-in-law, Roman Dolegowska; nieces, Urszula Cepuch-Szymanowicz, Anna Leonowicz, Agnieszka Piskorek and Barbara Wozniak; nephews, Krzysztof Kozak and Dawid Fedorowicz; and from Chicago, Ill., cousin, Wioletta Beata (Jakub) Owsiany; goddaughter and niece, Patricia (Stefan) Zaharinov; and nephew, David Owsiany.

Preceding him in death were his parents; one sister, Teresa Dolegowska; and nephew, Michael Owsiany.

A funeral celebrating his life will be held at 5 p.m. Saturday, April 10, at Lakeview Funeral Home and Crematory, La Porte. Visitation will be held from 1 p.m. until the service at the funeral home. A Mass of Christian Burial will take place in Poland at a later date. Burial will take place at Cmentarz Komunalny in Olesnica, Poland.

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7 Responses to “Adam Fedorowicz, 1953-2021”

  1. mike womack

    Apr 08. 2021

    You won’t find a nicer guy than Adam. I remember playing volleyball at LaPorte beach 30+ years ago with Adam and then later in life when I became a bartender he would always come in and ask how I was doing . will miss you Adam fly free my friend

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  2. Shari & Johnny

    Apr 08. 2021

    What a great guy. We played volleyball with Adam at the YMCA and Stone Lake Beach also some 30 + years ago. He always had a smile on him. He will be missed.

    Sorry for your lose.

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  3. Brook Schnable

    Apr 08. 2021

    The world isn’t as cool without Adam in it. He was a good, amiable, thoughtful man. He will be missed. Na Zdrowie Adam!!!

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  4. Danuta

    Apr 08. 2021

    Such a happy & curious soul , so many happy memories. I’ll miss you old friend .

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  5. Iwona

    Apr 08. 2021

    Miły, inteligenty i bardzo pomocny…takiego będę Cię pamiętać mój przyszywany wujku…

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  6. Gail Johnson

    Apr 09. 2021

    So very sad to hear about my friend Adam. I had the pleasure of playing volleyball on his team at the Y , stone lake and Michigan City Beach quads. He always got in trouble for spiking from the back row but we loved it. Such a sweet guy and loved his family dearly and would go back to visit in Poland often. I’ll drink a shot of Yaz in your honor

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  7. Danuta Michalak

    Apr 09. 2021

    There are no words to describe Adam.
    Friend of mine for last 20 years..Always smiling, always ready for help..Every summer with Adam was like a one big adventure.
    Nothing will be the same without you Adam. You are always loved and never forgotten.
    Forever in my heart..until we meet again..♥️
    Danusia

    Sorry for your loss.

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