Raymond J. Lipski
March 19, 1935 – April 7, 2018
LIPSKI - Raymond J. Of Williamsville, NY, April 7, 2018. Loving husband of the late Jean Lipski (nee Kersten); beloved mother of Kathleen (Bill) Dziejman and Michael (Natisha) Lipski; grandfather of Alexander, Benjamin and Savannah. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Monday, April 16 at St. Gregory the Great Parish at 10:30 AM. In lieu of flowers. Please share your condolences online at www.denglerrobertspernafuneral.com
- Mass of Christian Burial Monday, April 16, 2018
- No Prior Visitation
Raymond J. Lipski
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April 13, 2018
Ray Lipski was my Advisor and Supervisor in Product Engineering at Harrison Radiator from1965 to 1966 as I completed my Senior Project and Thesis as an Engineering Student at General Motors Institute. The leadership and guidance he provided to me during the many years we worked together provided a great foundation for my future years as an Engineer and Manager. In addition we shared many fun times together as members of "The Bombers" bowling team in the Product Engineering Bowling League. In the summer months we also enjoyed 9-holes of golf after work as team-mates in the Engineering Golf League. The times we shared during my early years at Harrison Radiator from 1965 t0 1974 has remained a cherished memory for me.
Attached is a recent photo of Gene and Carol Boyer (Now retired and living in Lake Elsinore, CA)
April 11, 2018
I worked for Ray in the mid 70’s & 80”s. I credit Ray with saving my career as I had a bad personality conflict with my first supervisor and was very glad when I was transferred to Ray’s group. In addition to being an excellent engineer, he was exceptionally gifted developing young engineers and was respected and well liked by all who had the privilege of working with him. To many he was known as the “Polish Prince”, a title he well deserved. He had more impact on me than anyone else at work - both personally & technically. The way he took cared for Jean was a real testimony to his love for her and his character. I will always be grateful to him.