OBITUARY

Clarence Edward Rasiewicz

November 20, 1938February 22, 2019

STATESVILLE- Clarence “Sonny” Rasiewicz, 80, passed away on Friday, February 22, 201 9 at Gordon Hospice House.

Born on November 20, 1938 in Jamesburg, New Jersey, he was the son to the late Edward and Lillian Linke Rasiewicz. Clarence retired from Schweitzer Mauduit in 1998 and moved to North Carolina two years ago. He was a loving husband, father, “Pop” and “Pop Pop”. He enjoyed collecting baseballs and was a member of the Polish Club in Spotswood, New Jersey. Clarence’s three main hobbies were softball, darts and bowling.

In addition to his parents he is preceded in death by his grandson, Donavan.

Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife of 43 ½ years, Patricia McKee Rasiewicz, five children, Edward (Diane ) Rasiewicz, Gail Hurd, Clarence Rasiewicz II, Lisa (Byron )Sabran and Beth Ann Chriswell ; 13 grandchildren, Edward Jr, Adam, Tyler, Paige, Luke, Jennifer, Nina, Amber, Christopher, Caroline, Dana, Georgia and Bradley; brother, Wayne Rasiewicz and many other loving family members.

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Clarence Edward Rasiewicz

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Mary Ann (Kababick) Martenak

March 7, 2019

Dear Pat and Family, It is with deep sadness that I learn of the Loss of Your Devoted Husband, Sonny. Sonny and I attended Monroe Township School No. 1 from Grades Kdgn. through Grade 8. We went on to Jamesburg High School where we completed grades 9-12, graduating in June, 1958. After graduation, we attended many JHS Class of 1958 Reunions. My husband Bob knew Sonny through the Spotswood Polish- American Club where they were both members. They enjoyed many happy events at the club. The wonderful memories we have of Sonny will remain in our hearts forever. We will miss Sonny very much. May he Rest in Peace! God Bless You and Your Family.
Love, Prayers, and Sincere Sympathy,
Mary Ann (Kababick) and Bob Martenak

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