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Casimir Gorski, longtime resident of Madison, passed away June 8 at Yale-New Haven Hospital. Devoted husband for 63 years of Christine (Cieplak) Gorski, Casimir was born in Detroit, Michigan on Aug 3, 1934, son of the late Casey Gorski and Helen (Sienkiewicz) Gorski.
He was the loving father of Karen Brody of Mt. Vernon, New York; Matthew Gorski (Doug Morris) of New York, New York; Christine Williams (Mark) of Detroit Michigan; Greg Gorski (Carol) of Ridgefield; David Gorski (Danielle) of Fairfield; Chris Gorski (Elizabeth Rose) of Cos Cob; and Jim Gorski (Paula) of Louisiana.
He is also survived by 13 grandchildren, Samantha, Valerie, and Charlotte Brody; Alex (Sarah) Williams; Gregory and Olivia Gorski; Colin, Katherine, and Ava Gorski, and Isabel, Nate, Theo, and Sebastian Rose. He was the brother of Ken and Lawrence Gorski, and was predeceased by their brother David Gorski.
Before retirement Mr. Gorski worked for Cadillac as an automotive engineer and division manager. He enjoyed artistic pursuits—drawing and caricature, playing piano and harmonica; he was also a frequent golfer and bowler. He read extensively and took great pride in his achievement of a pilot’s license. He loved to give gifts, he loved Disney, and Jujubees. He was most at home on any Apple device he could find. Recently, he could most often be found manning the controls of his gaming chair with sound-blocking headphones in place. He became a master of the television lineup, with his favorites being Judge Judy, The Voice, and Spy in the Wild. He was in summary happiest as an avid observer of and commentator on all of life around him. He will be greatly missed.
A Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated on Friday, June 26 at 11 a.m. in St. Margaret’s R.C. Church, 24 Academy St., Madison. Burial services will be held privately. Arrangements in the care of Guilford Funeral Home, 115 Church St., Guilford. To share a memory or leave condolences, visit www.guilfordfuneralhome.com.
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