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Stacia A (Dawicki) Williams

April 25, 2018

Westfield- Stacia A. (Dawicki) Williams, 89, passed away at Mt. St. Vincent Care Center in Holyoke on Wednesday April 25,2018. She was the loving daughter of the late Helen and Stanley Dawicki, predeceased by her husband Donald G. Williams in 2005, her brothers Edward and Chester Dawicki, baby grandsons Eugene and Sean Sullivan, baby great grandsons Nathan Fillion, Brennan and Samuel Zimmerman. She was a lifelong resident of Westfield, attended Westfield schools, worked at The Donut Shop for many years, Digital and drove a mini- bus for the Westfield Public School Department. She enjoyed the activities, meals and friends at the Westfield Senior Center. She was a parishioner of Holy Trinity Church her entire life, a very devout Catholic and was very pro-life. She leaves her loving daughters Diana Sullivan and her husband John E., Linda Cunningham and her husband James, and Pamela Williams, 12 grandchildren Christie-Ann Fillion, Judy Sullivan, Patrick Sullivan, Katie Bourgeois, Therese Coats, Zeke Cunningham, Maureen Zimmerman, Kaz Cunningham, Joshua, Ryan, and Matthew Tracy and Becca Bertera. 14 great grandchildren Caitlin, Carissa, Indalee, Phoenix, Orion, Ryland, Savannah, Charlotte, Cassius, Kara, Kahlan, Landen, Sean and Declan. The family would like to extend a special thank you to the nurses and caregivers of Mt. St. Vincent Care Center for their compassionate care given to Stacia. The funeral for Stacia will be held on Wednesday May 2nd calling hours will be from 8-9 am at the Firtion-Adams Funeral Service, 76 Broad Street, Westfield followed by a Liturgy of Christian Burial at 9:30 am in Holy Trinity Church. Burial will follow in the Mass. Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Agawam. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in her memory to Pro-life of Pioneer Valley, Inc., 419 Rogers Ave., West Springfield, MA. 01089 or charity of one’s choice. Firtionadams.com

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