Julius J. Bogacki

julius bogacki
Bogacki, Julius 'Chick' J. Julius 'Chick' J. Bogacki, passed away April 24, 2008, at his home in Hamden. Chick was the husband of Dorine Dady Bogacki; father of Karen and her husband Joseph Lucisano of Milford and Joseph and his wife Genny Bogacki of Cheshire; beloved grandfather of Danielle, Kristen and Jeffrey Lucisano and brother of the late Frank and Stanley Bogacki and Irene Godalis and Annie Hitchcock. Born in Branford, CT on Jan. 22, 1922 he was a son of the late Julius and Veronica Mytyck Bogacki. Chick was a US Army Veteran of WWII. He was a retired plumber for the former Sargent Lock Co. in New Haven. Chick was an avid sports fan and loved to garden and fish and enjoyed his time with his family. Funeral will be held from BEECHER & BENNETT, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden, Monday at 9 AM, with a Service at 10 AM in Hamden Plains United Methodist Church, burial with Military Honors will follow in Beaverdale Memorial Park, New Haven. Friends may call at the funeral home Sunday from 4 to 7 PM. Memorial Contributions may be made to Hamden Plains United Methodist Church-15 Church St. Hamden, CT 06514 or to the VNA- 1100 Sherman Ave., Hamden, CT 06514 or to Conn. Hospice - 110 Barnes Rd., Wallingford, CT 06492.

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  1. Aunt Dorine and Family- We are so sorry to hear about Uncle Chick’s passing. Please know that even though we cannot be with you during this difficult time, our thoughts and prayers are with you. I can still hear Uncle Chick calling me .Kimmy. like he always did. Most of all, I love telling the story about the time you guys took care of Me, Steve, and David and Uncle Chick would NOT allow me to eat boil peanuts because he had never heard or seen them before…BUT, he had pigs feet in our refigerator that he was eating! Now, you can cherish the good times and know that he is at peace. I know my Dad opened the gates for him on April 24th. We love you! Kim, Kevin, and Kaitlyn

  2. Dear Aunt Dorine and family, My Uncle Chick was like a father to me he caught me doing all the things a teenager wasn’t supposed to do like smoking in my bedroom thinking I could get away with it. In Polish he always called me .bones. because I was so thin as a teenager. His and your visits to our house in South Carolina have not been forgotten. Aunt Dorine I am sure his .UConn. buddy was waiting for him at the gate. We will all miss him dearly but never like you will my blessing are with you always. Love Your Niece Betty

  3. Dorine and family ~ We are very sad to hear of Uncle Chicks passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. I will ALWAYS remember his smile (he was always smiling!) and how he would tease me each time I saw him about that time when I went to stay with the two of you and got homesick then tried to blame it on my little sister! All of our love ~ Michelle and family

  4. Every memory I carry in my heart of my dear Uncle Chick is filled with lots of laughter and smiles. I can remember each moment I have spent with my Uncle and those moments still carry a great big smile on my face and in my heart. One of my favorite memories is when everyone came to visit our family at Camp in Sherman and Uncle Chick, Uncle Stanley, my Dad and myself wandered through the woods to go fishing. I never laughed so hard. A hug from my Uncle was a bit like coming home. He glowed with happiness, warmth and love. Throughout my life I find myself thinking of the joy of those moments. Uncle Chick, I love you! Until we hug again, my dear sweet Uncle!

  5. Family I will forever in my heart keep the smiling face of .uncle chick…. ever present a each labor day picnic at Uncle Stash and Aunt Helen’s house… I am so sorry for your loss…

  6. Fear Dorine, Karen and Joey, I am so sorry to hear about Chickie Baby, as I called Him, He certainly liked to tease, didn’t he? And was a laugher. Aunt Nin would get so mad sometimes, cause he would tease her!! It is a terrible loss to a family when one dies. It takes a lot of stamina to go thru everyday hurting and being sad. You will never forget the loss but the pain subsides. I remember the good family timesO had with my family. and hope you all will do the same. Dor, Try to take care of yourself as it will be hard to be without Mr. Cabitzer!! You are blessed to have attentivehildren, so lean on them when you need to. Sorry I couldn’t be there with you all. These events take too much out of me. Also just got back from SC. I have fonds memories of our family neighborhood. After all these years we still are all together! My prayers and love to you all. I have never forgotten any of you, it is just very hard for me to return to visit. Will give you a call soon. Love, Anne Marie

  7. I am so very sorry to hear about the loss of your dear father. May God comfort you, knowing he is at peace, free of pain, and reunited with loved ones in Heaven. Mary Helming

  8. Joe and family: I pray God’s sustaining presence with your family as you mourn the loss of your father and make all the adjustments that requires. Peace be with you, Carolyn

  9. Karen and your family. I am so sorry for your loss. It will be a very sad day for all of you. Thinking of all of you and wishing you the very best! May the lord be with you and give you the courage to move on with your lives! Love Kathy and Jim. God Bless you all!

  10. My deepest sympathies to the family of . Chick. Bogacki. He remains in my heart as part of happy childhood memories at Uncle Stosh’s family gatherings. May God watch over you during these difficult times.

  11. My thoughts are with you Aunt Doreen and the family. My memories are from when we were little and Uncle Chick always made us laugh and eat. It was always a fun time when we visited. I’m sorry for your loss. With much love. Charlyn Mims-Godialis

  12. We are so very sorry for your loss. Know that your dad is free from pain now. We pray that the peace and love of God give you and your family the strength and comfort you need.

  13. We are writing to extend our deepest sympathies to you and your family. It was so very sad to hear about Uncle Chick. Please let us know whether there is anything we can do to help during this difficult time. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. David, Melody, McClain and Dante Richitelli

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