Damian A. Lisiakowski

Born: Thu., Aug. 20, 1931
Died: Tue., Nov. 22, 2016


Visitation

9:30 AM to 10:30 AM, Fri., Dec. 02, 2016
Location: St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church


Memorial Mass

10:30 AM Fri., Dec. 02, 2016
Location: St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church


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Damian A. Lisiakowski, age 85, of Maumee, Ohio, passed away peacefully on Tuesday November 22, 2016 at Hospice of Northwest Ohio in Toledo. Damian was the son of Damian and Rose (Tafelski) Lisiakowski and was born in Toledo on August 20, 1931. In 1950 he went to work for the New York Central Railroad. After he served his country in the U. S. Navy during the Korean War, Damian returned to the railroad. He changed to the Pennsylvania Railroad which then became Penn Central, Penn Central became Conrail and Damian retired from there in 1991. He enjoyed golf, was an accomplished dart player and loved playing Santa for everyone.
  Damian was preceded in death by his parents and his wife Helen. He is survived by his loving brother Gerald (Patricia Ann) Lisiakowski; niece Karen (Don) Booher; nephew Gregory (Wendy) Lisiakowski; great niece and nephew Jillian and Eric Lisiakowski and dear friend Becky.
  A Memorial Mass will be held on Friday December 2, 2016 at 10:30 a.m. in St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church where family and friends may visit after 9:30 a.m. Interment, with military honors, will follow at Resurrection Cemetery. Damian’s family expresses heartfelt thanks to the staff at Hospice of Northwest Ohio for their compassionate care. Memorial tributes may be directed to St. Charles Borromeo Parish.  

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Anna
   Posted Thu November 24, 2016
Please accept my sincere sympathy on the loss of Damian. May God
grant you peace and comfort at this most distressing time. May your
fond memories be a source of comfort also.
Psalm 62:8

Marcia Przybylski
   Posted Sat November 26, 2016
He was my first crush,I met him when I was little girl. He would buy me pop and chips when he was at the Cavaliers Club on Pulaski. We


even met again when I took care of his wife at Flower when his wife was hospitalized.What a small world that we met up again.I'm sorry to hear of this news.God bless his family and help them thru this sad time.Hope we meet again and heaven,I owe j you pop and chips!

Linda (Mysko) O'Kane
   Posted Sun November 27, 2016
Damian and Helen played a big part of my sons Christmas at the Cabalier Club Christmas parties. He was a gentle giant and will be missed by all that knew him. God rest his soul.

Roxanne gackstetter
   Posted Sun November 27, 2016
I came to know Damian from my stepfather Raymond schmiel. He always had a smile on his face and was always gracious. Damian and ray have probably the. Longest history 2 friends can share. They went to grade school. Both served in the service and continued to keep in contact till his last days. He will always be remembered for his positive attitude and will be very much missed.

Raymond schmiel
   Posted Sun November 27, 2016
Hanchu save a place in heaven for me. Your nickname came when you were working @ kiels on hill ave. this from ray a long life friend

Mary Everett
   Posted Mon November 28, 2016
I knew Hanchu through my dad, Jack Ruszkowski. He always had a smile on his face when we would meet up with him. I would have loved to be there on Friday, but a family commitment will not allow me to attend. He was a very special man. Say hi to my dad!

Barb Blochowski
   Posted Thu December 01, 2016
I also have memory of Hanchu as a friend and golf buddy of my dad,
Richard (Red) Dulinski. The last time I saw him was at my dad's funeral couple yrs ago. I was always intrigued by all the nicknames. Thanks, Ray, for the story behind the name.
As Santa at the Cavalier Club Christmas parties, Hanchu will be fondly remembered by many children, all now in our 50-60's plus.
Sweet memories! Rest in peace, Damian.

Beverly Schoettley
   Posted Fri December 02, 2016
My deepest sympathy to Jerry, Pat, Becky and family.

He was a gentle, gentle giant filled with compassion for everyone! I'm so happy he found Becky to share their love in the short time they had together...My family and I will miss those wonderful yearly Christmas cards that always gave us such a lift!

I truly regret not being able to say my last goodbye to this wonderful guy!


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