Fairlawn Mortuary

180 Washington Street, Fairhaven, MA


Victor Joseph Lubiejewski

May 18, 1944August 1, 2019

Victor Joseph Lubiejewski, age 75, of Fairhaven, died peacefully on August 1st at Saint Luke's Hospital with his family by his side.

Captain Lubiejewski was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of the late Victor Joseph Lubiejewski and Mary Skaziak Lubiejewski. He was the former husband of Mary F. Pavao of Dartmouth

At the age of fifteen Victor began a lifelong voyage into fishing by becoming a mate and working the deck of the vessel Applegate out of Atlantic City, New Jersey. He commercially fished in New Jersey and out of Wanchese, North Carolina for 15 years. He came to New England in 1978 and fished out of New Bedford for 35 years. He was the owner operator of the vessel FinestKind. He was an avid recreational fisherman also. He particularly enjoyed fishing in the Florida Keys with friends and family He is survived by three daughters; Lorraine Lubiejewski and her husband Dr. Gregg Angell, of Westport; Victoria Powell and her husband Larry of New Jersey; and Kathy Lubiejewski and her companion Chad Reusch, of New Bedford; five grandchildren; Zoey and Kayla Lubiejewski and Anthony, Marco, and Lauren Micheti; and seven great grandchildren; and his previous wife and fishing companion Kay Lubiejewski of New Jersey. He is the father of the late Peter Lubiejewski, born in 1976 and who passed in 2007. Victor's memorial service will be held at the Seaman's Bethel, 15 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford on Saturday August 17 at 12 noon. Relatives and friends are invited. Arrangements are in the care of WARING-SULLIVAN HOME at FAIRLAWN, 180 Washington Street, Fairhaven, MA 02719. To leave a note of condolence; www.waring-sullivan.com


  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, August 17, 2019


Victor Joseph Lubiejewski

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Janice August

August 16, 2019

My Condolences Ladies,
I had the pleasure of having Pete in my life for quite a while.
Pete and I had many memorable moments together.
I would have never been brave enough to leave Massachusetts until Pete had me bring him his truck in NC.
That opened my eyes to how easy it was to just get up and go. I thank him for giving me that freedom in life.
We had tons of fun and memorable moments.
He was one of a kind and my life has been richer because of him being a great part of it.
Pete and Jr will be doing a lot of sea worthy fishing together .
May your memories hold a special place in your hearts.
You were all Loved deeply by Pete.
Love, Janice August