Mr. Donald Chester Grywinski, of Telford, Tennessee went to be with his Lord and Savior on Saturday, March 30, 2019.
Don was born August 29, 1950, in Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania, son of the late Helene (Socha) Grywinski and Chester Grywinski. He is survived by wife of 44 years Karen (Morris) Grywinski; son Corey James and wife Shannon (Greco) Grywinski of Vandergrift, Pennsylvania; and daughter Stacey Lynne and husband Richard Bedingfield of Jonesborough, Tennessee; and grandchildren Gavin and Aiden Grywinski and Zachary and Megan Bedingfield. Also surviving are his sister Mrs. Dennis (Cindy) Kost of Lower Burrell, PA and brother-in-law Kevin and wife Wendy (Kelly) Morris of Kernersville, North Carolina; and two nieces.
Don was a graduate of Burrell High School, Lower Burrell PA and Penn State University. He was a substitute teacher for several years, followed by twenty-three years of service at Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp. as a production scheduler. Don was an avid reader and had a great knowledge of the history of World War II, Theodore Roosevelt, and John F. Kennedy. He also loved older model cars and would strike up a conversation with anyone interested in listening. He dearly loved his grandchildren and spent many hours playing on the floor right along with them. Upon moving to Tennessee, he remained an avid Steelers and Penguins fan.
He was a member of Crosspoint Church. He loved his church and church family as well as his dearest friends Dr. Timothy and Susan Slomer and his beloved dog Sammy.
Memorial services will be conducted 2:00 pm Thursday, April 4, 2019 at Dillow-Taylor Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Greg Doebler officiating. The family will receive friends from 1:30-2:00 pm Thursday prior to the service.
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|EULOGIES & CONDOLENCES|
||Amy and MaryAnn Jarosinski
|Karen, Stacey, and Corey,
Grandma and I are so very sorry to learn of your loss. Don
was a wonderfully kind friend and neighbor to Grandma for
many years; MaryAnn loved his visits and will always
remember their times together. Many thoughts and prayers to
everyone at this difficult time. I know he will be missed.
Amy and MaryAnn|
|My condolences to Don's wife and family, whom
unfortunately I have never met. I am Don's cousin
and had not seen him in almost 50 years. As fate
would have it I thought about him this past week
and decided to try to contact him, only to learn
of his recent passing. My condolences, love and
wishes also to my cousin Cindy. |
|Karen, so sorry to read of the passing of your husband, Don. God bless you and your family.|
|Karen, so sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. I am glad you are near Stacey and grandchildren. Wishing you peace and comfort old friend.|
I'm so sorry to hear about Don. He was such a great guy. I always enjoyed talking with him. My deepest sympathy to you and your family.
|Rest in Peace dear friend and neighbor from
Natrona Heights Pennsylvania. May God watch over
you. Karen you know I have also lost two loved
ones Lori due to cancer 2014 and my spouse Rose
in 2017 due to a heart attack They will watch
over Don. You and your family have our deepest
||Dave and Kathy VanTine
|Karen and family, Our deepest sympathy in the loss
of Don. What a great man--May God bring comfort,
strength and peace to you and memories bring you
joy and laughter in days to come. |
|Do sorry for your loss. I will keep you and your family in my
||Melissa Smith Hanby
|I remember him fondly from my Grace church days
and babysitting for you. My heart and hugs go out
to your family. I am so sorry for your loss. You
have my deepest sympathy. |
||Debby & John Rapp
|Karen, I am praying that you will feel Jesus’ comfort in this
time. I watched the video - my goodness when did all of those
years go by! His precious Mustang. I remember when you and
I went out in it — poor Don! You have been truly blessed. Love
you and grieving for your loss but it’s nice to know that we will
see him again. Take care. Debby|
||Valmai and Colin Davies.Wales U K.
|Dear Karan and family,we were saddened to hear that Don
had passed away.I only met him once when I came to the
States on a visit,but he was so kind to me.Our thoughts and
Prayers are with you,Corey,Stacey and all the
grandchildren.We are so sorry we can,t be with you on
Thursday,but I will go into church around the time of the
funeral,will have to work out the time differerence,and I will
light a candle and pray for you all.God Bless.xxxx|
|Karen, so sorry for your loss. Don was such a wonderful guy.
He always had a smile on his face and good cheer to give to
everyone. You and your family are in our prayers |
Thinking of you and your family at this time.
Praying for strength and comfort for you. Cherish
|Karen,my deepest sympathy to you and your
family,Don was such a nice man, and he
sure was a very good car detailer. Prayers
go out to your family, and may he rest in
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