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Henryk Butryn

Henryk Butryn

Saturday, June 1st, 1935 - Sunday, March 29th, 2020
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Henryk Butryn of Pequannock, and formerly of Garfield, NJ, entered eternal life on Sunday, March 29th, 2020, he was 84. Henryk was born in Pysznica, Poland on June 1st, 1935, to Adam and Anna (Bys) Butryn. He was married to his devoted wife Bronislawa, of nearly 62 years on December 26th, 1958 in Nisko, Poland. In 1959 Henryk emigrated to the United States, settling in Garfield, and later moving to Pequannock. He had worked at Nabisco in Fairlawn for many years, where he had worked as a machinist and a mechanic and last worked as a foreman, before retiring in 1997. Henryk was a devoted husband, father and grandfather, and recently a great-grandfather. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Henryk is survived by his beloved wife Bronislawa, his three beloved sons and their wives; Adam Sr. and Karin Butryn, Richard Sr. and Linda Butryn, Henry and Susan Butryn. He is also survived by his nine cherished grandchildren, Adam Butryn, Jr., Ryan Butryn, Marianne Pecora, John Butryn, Dr. Jennifer Porta, DO., Capt. Richard Butryn Jr. USMC, Christopher Butryn, Meghan Butryn, Marlee Butryn and his great-granddaughter Winona Rae Pecora. He is also survived by his dear sisters Irene Stepien and Josephine Butryn; he was predeceased by his cherished daughter Carol Butryn in 2008; his sister Stephanie Butryn and brother Adam Butryn. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Henryk will be laid to rest at St. Mary's Cemetery, Saddle Brook.

Due to the current COVID-19 situation, a memorial funeral Mass will be celebrated at a later time, when family and friends may safely gather. It is with extremely heavy hearts that at this time, the immediate family will be holding private services for Henryk. Please leave your condolences for the family on the website, and check back regularly for updates as to when the memorial Mass will be celebrated publicly. www.WarnerAndWozniak.com
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    St. Mary's Cemetery
    Address
    1 Outwater Lane
    Saddle Brook, New Jersey 07663
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John Stepien

Posted at 09:42am
Henryk was an outstanding husband, father and family man loved by everyone who knew him. He was a risk taker, not in a reckless way but rather in a way to advance his family and their quality of life. In Poland he took the risk of not joining the Communist party which curtailed his education and future there. He took that risk in order to enhance his ability to emigrate to America and build a new life for his family including his mother and his sister.
Once in America, in addition to working long hours as a skilled craftsman, he became an entrepreneur investing in real estate, often providing housing for his relatives. He was generous, funny, warm and often the life of the party. He loved God and devoted hours of his time to the church choir. His nephew and his family in Maryland will sorely miss him, we send our condolences to our aunt Bronislawa and the Butryn family, John Stepien and family.

Mark Stepien

Posted at 08:46pm
Uncle Henry, you were my Godfather and my favorite Uncle. I will always cherish the love you had for God, your family, and both of the countries that you called home. You were always a great man and a constant inspiration to me. We had great conversations about our Polish heritage and shared our love for the Henryk Sienkiewicz novels. Your unwavering commitment to care for your Mother, your Sister, and your own family; while doing the best for everyone always served as a model of a true Christian Man. You were a self-made man that could do anything, and you were always so proud of your wife, your children, and grandchildren - and finally your first great-grandchild! You lived a full and beautiful life. You were always generous and loving whenever we met or spoke. I will miss you greatly Wujek. God Bless You and rest your soul, Best of Men. I will never forget you. My deepest condolences to Aunt Bernice and all my cousins and their families. You are all in my prayers.
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Chris Stepien

Posted at 03:41pm
Uncle Henry was my favorite uncle. His gregarious laugh. His beautiful singing voice. His love of life and the strong example he set for perseverance through difficult times. I miss you, Uncle Henry. I'll see you in my prayers. God bless you.
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