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Stanley Pasierb "Butch" Cygan
August 18, 1942 ~ January 25, 2024 (age 81) 81 Years Old
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Stanley “Butch” Cygan, beloved Husband, Dad, and Dziadzu, passed away peacefully on January 25, 2024at Baystate Medical Center with his family by his side. Butch was born August 18, 1942 in Ware, only child to the late Amelia “Millie” Pasierb Cygan and Stanley Cygan. He was raised in Ware, going right into the workforce to support his Mom, when his Dad passed away at a young age. He met the love of his life, Patty in 1965 and have been happily married for 56 years. Butch worked for 25 years at Coca Cola when they started operations in Ware. He later worked at UMASS/Amherst in their physical plant until retirement. Butch was a Little League and Babe Ruth Baseball Coach for nearly 20 years while coaching his children along with many young children in the Town of Ware. He loved the game of Baseball, following his grandchildren around, seeing and sharing their successes. He had a zest to fish, both locally and chasing large codfish on the Atlantic. He enjoyed a good Barbecue, earning him the nickname “The Chicken King”. His love for cooking chicken over a charcoal pit was a passion for him. Most family barbecues were met at dawn with him preparing half chickens. His seasoning recipe was sought after by many. He leaves behind the family he adored, his wife Patricia (Jamrog) Cygan. His sons Michael and wife Elaine, Edward and his wife Elizabeth (Liz) both of Ware, his daughter Ann Marie and husband Matthew St. Germain of Hardwick. His grandchildren Marc St. Germain, Halie St. Germain, Jesse, Joseph and Callie Cygan. Also many treasured cousins and extended family. Butch made friends easily and left many behind to cherish his memory. Calling hours will take place Saturday, February 3, 2024 from 10 am - 12 pm in the Cebula Funeral Home Chapel, 66 South Street, Ware. A Prayer Service will end the calling hours at 12 Noon in the funeral home chapel. Burial will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Town of Ware with “Butch Cygan Baseball Project” in the memo, mailed to 126 Main St, Ware, MA 01082.