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David M. Jaworski

Died: 2017-11-17
Resided in: Middleton, MA
Viewing type: Visitation / Celebration of Life
Viewing location: Mackey FH Middleton
Viewing date: 2017-11-21 /4-6pm
Service type: Celebration of Life
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Contributions: In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy in Dave's memory may be made to Northeast Animal Shelter, 347 Highland Ave., Salem, MA 01970.
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MIDDLETON - David M. Jaworski, 51 of Middleton, beloved companion of Lisa Curran, died Friday, November 17, 2017 at the Sawtelle Hospice House in Reading.

Born in Danvers, MA, he was the son of the late Mary Jean and Edmund Jaworksi and was a graduate of Danvers High School in 1984.

Dave will always be remembered for his intense love of music, his quick wit, and his dry sense of humor. He was an avid fan of the New England Patriots, the Boston Red Sox, and whichever MLB team his nephew Jason was currently employed by.

He is survived by his companion Lisa, his step daughters, Candi King and her husband Jared, and Elizabeth Morse and her husband William, his sisters Sandra Paré and her husband Andrew, and Patricia Cote, his brother, Christopher Jaworski, and his nephew, Jason Paré. Besides his parents, he was predeceased by his brother Stuart Jaworksi.

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Please accept my heartfelt sympathy at such a difficult time as this. Love ❤️ and prayers 🙏 Alice Lipinski Tierney
I worked with Dave at Homegoods for many years. He was a tough nut to crack at first but once I got to know him I could always get him to smile - secretly of course because he didn't want people to see that side of him there. But when he did smile his whole face lit up! I knew he was a softy inside. My deepest condolences to his girlfriend and family. Brenda Clifford
I worked at HomeGoods with Dave for over 5 years. He was quiet, to himself...or so it seemed. He would let his guard down on occassion and would strike with a well placed, dry, witty comment. Unexpected from him, taking you by surprise, making you laugh. But nobody got a bigger kick out of his "zing" than Dave himself! He would grin from ear to ear, chuckling to himself. We, for years, exchanged sarcastic banter, enjoying the "dance". He fought bravely and privately, only allowing few into his personal struggle. I respected his wishes. My deepest sympathies to those he has left behind. He will be remembered fondly...Kerry Reilly

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