Stanley R. Golebiewski, 89, passed away peacefully on April 12, 2020 in his home. He was the beloved husband of 65 years to Betty Stagg Golebiewski. Stanley was born in New York, NY on March 18, 1931, son of the late Michael and Mary (Ponatishen) Golebiewski. After attending New Haven schools, Stanley attended Alliance College in Pennsylvania before enlisting in the military. He served honorably in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War throughout the South Pacific and was proud to be a lifetime member of the American Legion. Stanley went on to a career in land surveying, retiring from Clarence Blair Associates, New Haven where he was a partner. He was an avid fan of the UConn Women's basketball team. Along with his wife, Stanley is survived by his daughter Amy E. Cook (Thomas); sons David S. (Karen), Christopher M. (Lisa), Todd S. (Michelle), Mark R., and Michael T. Golebiewski; grandchildren Rachel and Caitlyn Allgaier, Adam (Jill) and Taylor (Lili) Cook, Emma, Jake, Zackary, Joseph, Connor, Austin, Mikayla DeBaise, Mikenzy, Mikenna and Evan Golebiewski; and great-grandchildren Genevieve, Wesley, and Maddox Cook, and Sammy Mbhele. Stanley was predeceased by his daughter Lynne S. Golebiewski Allgaier; brothers Joseph and Walter Golebiewski; and sisters Anne Tyler, Sophie Jasuirkowski, and Helen DeCerbo. Stanley's funeral services will be private. Beecher & Bennett-Flatow Funeral Home, Meriden is assisting with the arrangements.

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  1. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May you find comfort in your memories. Liz Quillen Frazza

  2. Thinking of all of the G’s at this very sad time. We are so glad we got to see .Dad G. on our visit home in October. It had been too long, and he looked great. I told him so, and he chuckled and said that his doctor had told him, .Whatever it is that you’re doing, keep doing it!. Having known him since childhood and having spent so much time at the G house, my home away from home, I have too many memories from which to choose a special one, and that is a beautiful thing. But one just now popped into my head that illustrates how he and the whole G clan are family to me: When Jim and I decided to return home to marry in CT on very short notice and an even shorter budget, it was Mom & Dad G who tapped their dear friend, Mr. Mac, a member of the Wallingford VFW; through him, we were able to secure an affordable hall in which to have a modest reception. So many memories. Wishing my G family the peace and comfort of theirs as they mourn his loss.

  3. Mr Golebiewski was a gentle man. Whenever I talked to him, he always made me feel like I had know him my whole life. To the Golebiewski family you are in our thoughts and prayers

  4. We are so very sorry to hear of the passing of your father-in-law Lisa. We are keeping you and your husband and family in our prayers. Lynette and Kevin Valentine and family

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