Chip Jaworski

February 11, 1973May 30, 2021

Edward “Chip” Jaworski, 48, passed away suddenly on May 30, 2021.

Chip was a good man, a devoted husband, an amazing father, and the perfect friend. He was the type of person who wouldn’t give you advice to help you through rough spots in life. Instead, he would walk next to you to make sure you completed your journey safely.

He will be missed by everyone whose lives he touched. His sudden loss is profound and immeasurable. He is survived by his wife Kristy, whom he loved more than she will ever know, two sons, EJ and Jake, who meant more to him than life itself, two sisters Dawn and Troliva, whom he loved and was incredibly proud of, a niece, multiple nephews, and countless friends.

We who knew him are better people for it and are proud to say we did.

Relatives and friends may gather at Schimunek Funeral Home of Bel Air, Inc. 610 W. MacPhail Rd. Bel Air, MD 21014 on Sunday 2 – 4 and 6-8 PM. Memorial Service will be held on Monday at 11 AM. Interment private. Online tributes may be left at

Family has asked that everyone who comes to visit dress casual, that’s what Chip would have wanted.


  • Visitation

    Sunday, June 6, 2021

  • Visitation

    Sunday, June 6, 2021

  • Memorial Service

    Monday, June 7, 2021


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Charles Evans

June 4, 2021

I’m still waiting for Chip to post something funny on Facebook like he normally does. This still feels like a bad dream. Chip was my childhood best friend. I look at this pic I have of us and it brings back so many memories. This was Easter Day. Those were the good ole days. It was like having another brother. In this pic was my brother Ernest known as Boba, of course “Chip” and me. Chip was a good man. You will never be forgotten Chip. Rest easy bro until we meet again.

Tracy Russo

June 3, 2021

I have so many great memories with Chipper from hanging in the neighborhood. From sitting on the front porch and all of us talking; to walking to the shopping center to grab food; to us all going to Patterson movie theatre and I'm still trying to remember what movie we all went to see. We had so many great times and Chipper's death was one that hit me hard. What I know is he was a great, funny, smart man. He loved his beautiful wife and loved his sons, he cherished his family and his life long friends which I consider Chipper to be my life long friend. I will forever be grateful for the friendship I had with Chipper. May he R.I.P. and I'll see you again one day my friend.

Tibby Bates

June 1, 2021

My buddy Chip. I met Chip 2 years ago when I started at Ross Machine Co and the jokes and good times continued from that day. I still remember his first joke he had for me "So you decided to learn a trade at 40 yrs old?" We spent many days outside work talking about our lives and families. One thing Chip loved more then anything was his Wife and Kids. He always talked with such pride about his boys. I will miss you my friend.

Kent Burke

June 1, 2021

I remember Chip from working with him at Fleck Machine. Even though he worked on the milling machines and I worked on the lathes, we had fairly frequent interactions as it seemed like everyone at Fleck was like family. I fondly remember him as a carefree, fun loving, goofy kind of guy and I'm certain it was those characteristics that endeared him to everyone that came into contact with him. I also remember when he transitioned from the machines to being an estimator. I didn't see him as often when walking through the shop, but always looked forward to having to go upstairs for something and have an opportunity to chat with him a bit. It was indeed a pleasure to have known him and consequently his dear Kristy.

Terri Sevison

June 1, 2021

I remember, Chip was the best kid. He grew up to carry that kindness and humor, into Adulthood. He always had something nice to say and would help anyone. I’m a better person, for knowing him. I’m also glad my husband got to meet him, when we picked up some wood items I had ordered. My heart and Prayers are with you all.