Stanley Ronald Levandowski

February 26, 1945September 24, 2017

S. Ronald Levandowski, age 72, passed away at Guthrie Corning and went to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, September 24th, 2017. Ronnie was born on February 26th, 1945 in Bath, NY to Stanley and Pauline (Pizura) Levandowski. He lived in Prattsburgh for 58 years. He graduated from Prattsburgh Central in 1963. He started working at Mercury Aircraft in 1963 and continued to work there until 2003. In 2003 he suffered a massive stroke and was unable to work anymore. From December 2003 until September 2017, he was a resident at Elcor Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Horseheads, NY. He is survived by his sister, Marion Levandowski of Bath, NY and his nephew, Robert Levandowski of Hammondsport, NY. Also surviving are his aunts, Rose Marie Pizura of Penn Yan, NY and Anna Parshall of Prattsburgh, NY. He is also survived by two favorite cousins, Virginia Balicki of Westwood, MA and Dianne Romano of Acton, MA and a caring and kind friend, Wayne Campbell of Prattsburgh, NY. He was predeceased by his father Stanley Levandowski and mother Pauline (Pizura) Levandowski. Friends and family may call from 4pm to 6pm on Friday, September 29th at the Bottoni Wood Funeral Home, 4 Mechanic St., Prattsburgh, NY. His Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, September 30th at 10 am at St. Patrick’s Church, N. Main St., Prattsburgh, NY. Interment will follow at St. Patrick’s Cemetery, Prattsburgh, NY.


  • Visitation Friday, September 29, 2017
  • Mass of Christian Burial Saturday, September 30, 2017

Stanley Ronald Levandowski

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Bob Drake

September 30, 2017

I worked with Ron for many years at Mercury and putting up hay on his farm.A good hearted man and I am proud to have called him a friend.Rest easy Ron the work is done.My sincere condolences to the family.

September 28, 2017

Words cannot express my heartfelt sympathies to the Levandowski family and friends during this difficult time of grief. I hope the promise in Hosea 13:14 can bring much comfort. Just knowing that there's a hope for the ones we lost in death can be so reassuring. My deepest condolences to all.