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Gary S. Szewczyk
April 4, 1952 ~ January 23, 2024 (age 71) 71 Years Old
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Gary S. Szewczyk, age 71, a resident of Lowell, passed away at his home on Tuesday, January 23, 2024, after a brief battle with cancer, with his loving wife Michelle by his side. They met in eighth grade and would have celebrated 53 years of marriage this year.
Born in Lowell on April 4, 1952, he was a son of the late Frederick and Robea (Montminy) Szewczyk. He was educated in the Lowell School system and was a graduate of Lowell High School.
Prior to his retiring, Gary was employed as a materials manager by V.H.G. Labs in Manchester, NH.
Gary had a 20 year career in softball, playing locally and in Boston and was happy to share his stories of those times. He loved any and all sports and was often the go to guy for sports info. He enjoyed golf and his time in Aruba and loved entertaining family and friends at his home.
Surviving him in addition to his beloved wife, Michelle “Mickey” (Beaudoin) Szewczyk, are a sister, Patricia Rondeau; a brother, Dennis Szewczyk; sister-in-law, Donna Beaudoin; two nephews that felt more like sons, Bruce Rondeau and wife Eileen, Ryan Rondeau and husband John Pyers; and nephew Mark Rondeau. He leaves his great nieces, Erika, Norah, Jessica, Nicole, Mackenzie and newest addition, great, great niece Lyla, also his cousin that was more like a brother, Scott Ozana and wife Lisa. He also leaves many dear and cherished friends.
He was pre-deceased by brothers-in law, Ronald Beaudoin and Edward Rondeau.
In accordance with his wishes, there will be no formal Funeral Services. Those wishing may make a donation in his memory to ASPCA.