Green Funeral Home


Leszek M. Cesarski

August 18, 1952May 20, 2020

Leszek Cesarski, 67, of Danbury Connecticut, passed away on May 20, 2020 at Yale New Haven hospital in New Haven, Connecticut.

Leszek was born in Strzelewo, Poland to Tadeusz and Anastazja Cesarski on August 18, 1952. He was a father, grandfather, brother, husband and loving friend to many. He loved deeply and with passion. There was nothing that meant more to Les then his family, especially his children and grandchildren.

Les aka Grandpa aka “Bear” worked as a chauffeur at Ultimate Limousine for 19 years and was known in Ultimate as Driver #1. He brought smiles, stories, and laughter to many customers all while working alongside his son, Raymond. Ultimate brought Les and Ray together providing countless memories, lots of love, and a tremendous amount of laughter. Memories that will live on forever.

To honor Les and everything he meant to his family, friends, and customers, Ultimate Limousine Company is retiring his number. No one can or will ever take the place of Les, not at Ultimate, not in his family. There will never be another Driver #1. There will never be another Les. He will forever live through his children, grandchildren, and the countless memories we have been lucky enough to share with him. Memories that will be forever embedded in our hearts.

Leszek is preceded in death by his parents, Tadeusz and Anastazja Cesarski and younger brother, Boguslaw Cesarski.

Leszek is survived by his wife: Krystyna Cesarski; his daughter: Milena Cesarska; his sons: Tomasz and Raymond Cesarski; his grandchildren: Dominik Cesarski, Nicholas Cesarski, Sara Cesarska, Claudia Cesarska, Andrew Cesarski, Jessica Cesarska, Raymond Alexander Cesarski, Mateusz Diz, Jakub Diz; his sister: Maria Marecki and a countless number of loving family members and friends.

Funeral Services will be held privately on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at Green Funeral Home in Danbury, Connecticut. A graveside service will follow at 11:00 am at Mountain view Cemetery in New Fairfield, Connecticut.

The family of Leszek Cesarski wishes to extend our most heartfelt and sincere thanks to countless family and friends for their love and tremendous support during this very difficult time. We are eternally gratefully for your kindness and enormous hearts. To sign a book of remembrance please visit


  • A Graveside Service will be held at Mt View Cemetery

    Wednesday, May 27, 2020


Leszek M. Cesarski

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Susan Olivo

June 16, 2020

Dear Shannon n Family,
I just found out last night about Les passing. I am so sorry. He was a good man and so full of life. He loved his family dearly. He always spoke about going to the boys games or stopping for a cup of coffee at his daughter’s place in between airport pickups .

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Susan Olivo

Robin Goodrich

May 31, 2020

Dear Cesarski family,
Thank you for sharing Les with all of us. Family was most important to Les-he shared many stories that reflected how proud he was of each of you. Les will continue to look out for all of us.
I am so grateful to have know this wonderful man.
Dziękuję Les. idź z Bogiem, my dear friend.
Robin Goodrich

Donna & Karl Hanft

May 27, 2020

Dear Cesarski Family,
We had Les as our driver with Ultimate Limousine many times. He was always cordial and a gentleman. We enjoyed talking with him during the drive. Les had a kind and friendly manner about him. He was definitely an asset to his employer and a welcoming host to his customers. We also attended the same Catholic Church in New Fairfield and would see him there. It was obvious he was well liked. We send our sincerest condolences to your family. Les will be sorely missed.
Donna and Karl Hanft

Ania Marecki

May 27, 2020

You were the best uncle I could have asked for: always happy and kind. I will miss your Sunday afternoon fresh-caught fish drop-offs and your presence at every family holiday dinner table.
We all loved you and will never forget you, Wujek Leszek. I know you are reuniting with your parents and brother up in heaven, please give them a hug for me.
Rest in peace and know that I will always love you,

Donna Reynolds

May 26, 2020

Shannon and family
Our hearts go out to you and your family! Les was a special guy and we always loved his stories on our way to the airport!! He and Jesse would banter all the way down!
One thing we all got from Les was his love of his family!
We will miss him and remember the last ride home was when this whole covid 19 started and he was all masked and gloved up. We were unaware of the severity of the situation and he was reassuring and gave us comfort at a time of the unknown!
Again, our hearts go out to his wife and the entire family!
Donna Warren Reynolds and our whole family!

Glenn Barca

May 25, 2020

Having just learned of Les passing my thoughts and prayers go out to Ray and all the family. I got to know Les in 2010 after becoming employed at Ultimate Limousine. I will always remember Les, he was just one of those guys that you can never forget. My he rest in peace !

Daniel armentano

May 25, 2020

So sorry for your loss Raymond, may your father RIP.

Shannon Howley

May 23, 2020

You have been such a big part of my life and family for so long. My kids had an amazing grandpa. You came to all their games and were my back up driver when I had 2 at games at the same time.
Life will never be the same, your sweet sayings and nicknames you made up for just about everything.
I wish you could see how much you are missed already and loved by so many people all over.

Rest In Peace until we meet again
I love you “grandpa”