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Bruce L. Czerwinski

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LOWVILLE - Bruce L Czerwinski 53, formerly of Lowville, passed away January 19th in his home in Hudson Florida.

He was born on October 9, 1960 in Watertown son of late Raymond V. and Elizabeth M. Coughlin Czerwinski where he attended Watertown Schools, and graduated from Lowville Academy in 1978. He attended Clarkson University.

He married Kristen Haseney on August 9, 2007. Two previous marriages ended in divorce.

Bruce owned the Lowville Sport Shop and B&G Liquor in Lowville. He later worked for Climax Manufacturing, Fibermark and was most recently employed by Champion Materials.

He was an avid fisherman. Loved boating and skiing in his younger years. He loved cars, motorcycles and music. He will be most remembered for his passion of and talent on the bass guitar. He was an accomplished bass player having played for over 35 years. Past bands include Fantasy, KRYR, Network, Hat Trick and Moonshiner.

Bruce will be remembered as a friend to all he met and a brother to his band mates and riding buddies. His passion for his music, family and friends was profound. It was Bruce’s dream to live in Florida, ride his motorcycle and have the sun on his face everyday....... Bruce got to live his dream.

Bruce had two undeniable loves in his life, His daughter Katie and his wife Kristen. They were soul mates, they completed each other.

Bruce is survived by his wife Kristen, daughters Katie of Salt Lake City, Utah, Jessica, Samantha and Cassandra all of Lowville. His sister Nancy Czerwinski and her companion Grant Curtis of Delaware. Three brothers, John C. of Watertown, Paul R. and his wife Susan of Syracuse and Stefan J. and his wife Vivian of Clayton. 4 grandchildren, nieces, nephews and his dog Trudy and cat Tawni.

Calling hours for family and friends will be on Saturday, January 25th, from 1 to 4 P.M. at the Sundquist Funeral Home, Lowville. Spring burial will be in Lowville Rural Cemetery.

On-line condolences may be sent to: www.sundquistfh.com

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