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“May Mr. Kazmierczak's memory be a blessing. ”
1 of 5 | Posted by: Carole and Barry Kaplan - MI

“Chris, I'm so sorry for the loss of your Dad. I know he meant the world to you and your family. Peace to all. ”
2 of 5 | Posted by: Roxanne Westover - MI

“Sorry to learn of the passing of Stanley. I knew Stanley from St. Sylvester church where we were parishioners and I had been a member of the Ladies'...Read More »
3 of 5 | Posted by: Elaine Drewek - Warren, MI

“We will always love and remember Uncle Stan. He always put a smile on your face with a joke or two. He really made everyone feel like family. God...Read More »
4 of 5 | Posted by: Justin & Vinnie Whitekus - MI

“A very wonderful man, husband, father, and grandfather has passed on. You will be missed Stan. Rest In Peace. ”
5 of 5 | Posted by: John Whitekus - Dearborn, MI


Stanley Richard Kazmierczak, age 88 of Warren, died Saturday, January 27, 2018 at home with his loved ones by his side. He was born March 8, 1929 in Detroit, son of the late Stanley and the late Francis (nee: Kraatz) Kazmierczak.

Coming from an era where people didn't change their career path to any great degree, Stanley was quite proud of the years spent with the Chrysler Motors Corporation where he worked as an accountant. Extending the utmost in dedication and service excellence throughout his career, it was after 40 years on the job that Stanley finally accepted his well-deserved retirement and headed off into the world to begin a new chapter in life.

When Stanley was looking to do something fun away from work, quite regularly you'd find him packing up his rod & reel, the tackle box, and lots of tasty bait as he headed for a favorite fishing hole,…which often meant a trip to the top of the thumb, Port Austin, Michigan. Not only was it a great spot for catchin' lots of tasty fish, but was also the definition of picturesque while he was waiting for a bite on the line. Always searching for that elusive "Big One," Stanley was usually content to simply be doing something other than managing numbers.

Another of Stanley's favorite outdoor activities was enjoyed each time he was called to caddie for one of the golfer's at the Maple Lane Golf Course in Sterling Heights. He played the game and knew the game, but there was simply something special and rewarding in joining one of the club's regulars as they navigated the course together and shared the highlights of the day.

With a career as an accountant, it makes perfect sense that Stanley choice to be a collector was centered around coins. Possessing a modest collection of coins from varied sources and places around the globe, he was meticulous about keeping everything catalogued, clean and in order as any collector would do.

Known to be quite the joker and a person possessing a quick wit, Stanley brought a great deal of joy and laughter into the hearts of many and always managed to have a grand time with whomever's company he was sharing. Whether it was one of his many friends or precious family members (especially those two handsome grandsons of his), Stanley's sense of humor left you smiling and grateful that he was able to make your world shine for a while.

Stanley was the beloved husband of Dolores. Dear father of Dr. Chris (Heather) Kazmierczak. Loving grandfather of Alex and Andrew.

Arrangements have been entrusted to the D.S. Temrowski & Sons Funeral Home, 30009 Hoover Rd. at Common (12 ½ mile) in Warren.

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