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Stanley Benny Modjeski, age 84, died Tuesday, April 30, 2019 at his home in Warren surrounded by his loving family. Stanley was born May 23, 1934 in Detroit, Michigan. son of the late John Modjeski and the late Stella (nee: Kozianowski) Modjeski.

Stanley was raised in Detroit and graduated from the city's iconic, Cass Technical High School. He later studied the trades before going to work at a local job shop working as a die maker. Stanley eventually found employment with Chrysler Motors in their Warren Stamping plant where he worked as a journeyman die maker. With over 30 years of dedicated and faithful service to the automotive giant, Stanley finally accepted his well deserved retirement.

When Stanley was not working he enjoyed staying busy around his home tending to his yard and garden. He also enjoyed golfing, fishing, and boating. Stanley found great solace in perfecting his wood carving & woodworking skills. In retirement, Stanley took his greatest pleasure spending time with his wife and family, and being surrounded by his treasured grandchildren.

Stanley was the beloved husband of the late Shirley Ann Modjeski, and dear father of Stan (Sally) Modjeski, Sandy (Deano) Bianchi, Mike (Nuttchjaree) Modjeski, and Sharon (Mike) Kroll. Cherished grandfather of Ben, Alexa, Angelea, Alyza, Samantha, Sabrina, Jacob, and great-grandfather of Lukasz, Lucia, Aleyia, and Atalia. Stanley was the brother of Marion, Tillie, and the late Mitchell.

Visitation for Mr. Modjeski will be held Thursday, May 2nd from 3-9 pm, with a 7:00 pm Scripture Service, at the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Road at Common (12 1/2 mile) in Warren.

Memorial donations, in Stanley's name, are appreciated to the American Cancer Society,20450 Civic Center Drive, Southfield, MI 48076 (

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