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Zdzislawa Teresa Lempicki
October 8, 2023
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Zdzislawa Teresa (Kakiet) Lempicki, 95, of Newington, CT, died peacefully after a brief illness on October 8, 2023 at Central Connecticut Hospital in New Britain, surrounded by her loved ones. Zdzislawa was known to her family as “Asi”. Born in 1928 in Warsaw, Poland, the youngest daughter of the late Jozef and Wladyslawa Kakiet. She was predeceased by her 7 siblings, Irena, Halina, Mieczyslawa, Alina, Edmund, Henryk and Longin. Asi was the loving wife of Ryszard T. Lempicki (Guko)who died in 1994. She is survived by several relatives in Poland and in Canada. Asi fought in World War II in Poland as a member of the Polish Resistance Forces (Polish Underground) at the young age of 16, during which she was wounded. As a War Veteran, she spent decades mentoring and educating young people in Polish Scouting and became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 1962. Asi and Guko were owners of the GAJ Tool Co., Inc. In New Britain, until their retirement. Asi will be greatly missed by her adopted family, to whom she’s been a “Second Mother” for many years, beginning in London, England in the early 1950's and throughout her life to siblings Yolanta Stuliglowa, Julian Myszkowski, Krzysztof Myszkowski, Teresa Swanson and godson, Michael Myszkowski. Also mourning her loss are their spouses, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the above-named siblings. She also will be missed by her many close friends in the surrounding community and abroad. A special thank you is extended to Wiesiek Fiedziukiewicz for his help in caring for Asi. The care that was provided by the nurses, doctors and aides at Hospital of Central Connecticut was superlative in every way, and Asi’s family wishes to extend their immense gratitude. A Mass of Christian Burial in Asi’s memory will be held on November 13, at 10:00 am, at Holy Cross Church on Farmington Avenue in New Britain, followed by the Interment of her Cremains at Sacred Heart Cemetery. In lieu of flowers please make donations in her memory to the Polish American Foundation of Connecticut, PO Box 1525, New Britain Ct 06050 or The National Federation of Blind, 111 Sheldon Rd Unit 420, Manchester CT 06045.