Obituary of Stanley John Moczulski
At LHSC Victoria Hospital, on August 6, 2023, Stanley John Moczulski, in his 96th year. Beloved husband of Elizabeth "Lillian" Moczulski. Loving father of John-Paul Moczulski (Libby) of Mississauga and Jeffrey Moczulski of London. Loving grandfather of Warner, Anais and Ryker. Predeceased by his siblings Joseph Moczulski, Michael Moczulski, Kate Moczulski, Frank McCoskey, Nellie Frydryszczyk, Walter Moczulski, Martin Moczulski, Mary Cunningham, Tony McCoskey and their spouses. Uncle Stan was so loved and will be fondly remembered by his numerous nieces, nephews and their families. Our family is particularly grateful for the lifelong friendship of Tedd Bogal, the outstanding love and support of his niece Kathy Wilkins and all of the Frydryszczyk Girls, and profoundly blessed by the loving bond shared with his nephew David Moczulski and his wife Christine.
Stan was a die hard Notre Dame fan, a Canadian Football League draft pick, the captain of the first Ontario baseball championship team in 1947, a proud member of the legendary Polish Eagles Baseball Club in the Holy Name League, and a champion of the London Lithographers Bowling League during his many years as a graphic designer and lithographer. In Stan's younger years he was a universally loved supervisor of city parks including McMahon, Aberdeen, Chelsea Green and Meredith.
Stan was a true "gentle man", whose strong faith informed his inspiring values. His great humour, positive but humble approach and gratitude towards the smallest and simplest joys in life was an inspiration to so many that he touched. We will never know the extent of or number of people he positively influenced, and continues to, by his example and caring.
Visitors will be received at John T. Donohue Funeral Home, 362 Waterloo Street at King Street, on Friday, August 11 from 3-7 pm. Funeral Mass will be held at St. Peter's Cathedral Basilica, 196 Dufferin Avenue, on Saturday, August 12 at 11 am. Interment in St. Peter's Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to Society of St. Vincent de Paul would be appreciated.