Wlodek T. Krawiec
January 16, 1963 - March 1, 2020
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In loving memory of Wlodek T. Krawiec, 57, of Port Charlotte, Florida who passed away suddenly on March 1, 2020. He was surrounded by his devoted family and many friends. Wlodek was born January 16, 1963 in Poland. He immigrated to America in 1993 and lived in Port Charlotte since 2001. He is the son…

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Beata left a message on July 21, 2020:
Włodek, spoczywaj w pokoju, bardzo przykro
Roger Doyel left a message on April 20, 2020:
Enjoyed the time I spent with him while visiting my son, Chris Doyel in Florida. Sorry for your loss, I know he will be greatly missed by all.
Chrissy, Billy, Spencer and Zoe left a message on March 7, 2020:
Denise and Michael we are so saddened for your loss. You have been in our daily thoughts. Wlodek had an infectious personality and he will be greatly missed. I will be forever appreciative of all the times he indulged Spencer in conversation on whatever topic Spencer wanted. He was a great friend, mentor and an all-around good human being. We are all at a loss.
Brittany Burke left a message on March 7, 2020:
I remember Wlodek for his kind and gentle nature. When I got my first phone I couldn't figure out all the functions. Wlodek took the time to teach me everything about the phone. It would have probably taken me months to figure it all out. I also remember Wlodek welcoming me in their home and sneaking me some candy. Living next door to the Krawiec family gave me peace of mind. My parents always told my sister and I if they weren't home and we needed anything, that we could call Wlodek and he would be there in a minute. This gave my sister and I peace of mind. Wlodek will be missed by many. May he rest in peace.
Colin & Stacie McTigue left a message on March 6, 2020:
Wlodek Wlodek Wlodek it is just to hard to believe. Wlodek was one of a kind one of the most generous and most knowledgeable person I ever met. It was A man of his word. He was always there when you called him. He knew when we called him how much he was needed. Wlodek is responsible firsthand for Stacy being alive today. Wlodek would always go above and Beyond in everything he did. He’s a beautiful wife Denise and a wonderful son Michael that he will be looking down upon. Wlodek until we meet again you’ll always be in our hearts.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Denise Krawiec left a message on March 6, 2020:
Dear Husband in Heaven - I thought of you with Love today But that is nothing new I thought about you yesterday and the days before that too, I think of you in silence I often speak your name All I have are memories and your picture in a frame Your memory is my keepsake with which I'll never part God has you in his keeping I have you in my heart
Bri & Logan Cook left a message on March 6, 2020:
Wlodek... or as the hostesses at restaurants would call him.. Walter because he hated explaining how to spell his name to them. A little thing about him I always thought was funny. He was a wonderful man loved by many of us. He was compassionate, funny, and always a joy to be around. From neighborhood parties, late night catch phrase games, and going over Wlodek and Denise’s house to visit their awesome dog jake .. Wlodek always had a genuine smile and energy about him. When the despicable movie first came out I laughed because Gru always reminded me of Wlodek.. from their mutual passion for their weapon “lairs” (if you know Wlodek you know he took his hunting tools very seriously) to the love they both have for the kid(s), and well.. the accent comparison helps a little.. Wlodek will NEVER be forgotten and our hearts are heavy for the loss of him. He was bright light that we will miss greatly, but will never be forgotten ❤️
Bri & Logan Cook left a message on March 6, 2020:
Wlodek... or as the hostesses at restaurants would call him.. Walter because he hated explaining how to spell his name to them. A little thing about him I always thought was funny. He was a wonderful man loved by many of us. He was compassionate, funny, and always a joy to be around. From neighborhood parties, late night catch phrase games, and going over Wlodek and Denise’s house to visit their awesome dog jake .. the memories I have with Wlodek are nothing but good ones. Wlodek always had a genuine smile and energy about him that made him such a joy to be around. When the despicable movie first came out I laughed because Gru always reminded me of Wlodek.. from their mutual passion for their weapon “lairs” (if you know Wlodek you know he took his hunting tools very seriously) to the love they both have for the kid(s), and well.. the accent comparison helps a little.. Wlodek will NEVER be forgotten and our hearts are heavy for the loss of him. A bright light that we will miss greatly and will forever be in our hearts ❤️
Bill and Donna Burkhart left a message on March 5, 2020:
Though we did not get to know Wlodek nearly enough, we were struck with profound sadness at the sudden passing of this kind and gentle man. One would never that this regular guy, this good guy, was steeped in intellect of the highest order. He was the first to introduce me to an amazing surgeon that did my open-heart procedure. He researched possible hyperbaric treatment after my stroke with selfless sincerity. It was like a life-long friendship with someone just recently met. We will miss him…
Cameron M Burkhart left a message on March 5, 2020:
Wlodek impacted many of our lives in an array of ways, all in positive ways. He has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, and I am forever grateful for that. I will never forget all the great laughs and conversations we had amongst ourselves. From late-night shark fishing to shooting his bow in the backyard, Wlodek devoted time to me. I think that is what most of us will miss most about him. He would help anybody that needed it and then some more. He will forever be a part of our lives, and his legacy will continue to live on with the impact he left on us. We love and miss you, my friend, fly high.
Mike and Deanna Burkhart left a message on March 5, 2020:
Our hearts are heavy in the passing of an unbelievable friend and neighbor. Wlodek was always fun and full of adventure. He was an avid outdoorsmen and always ready for a hunting or shark fishing trip . Wlodek taught my son Cameron and I all about shark fishing, took us to Boca Grande where we reeled in our first shark. We did not need any gear because Wlodek had very single piece of shark fishing equipment and tackle know to man. lol We have so many great memories of Wlodek, Denise and Michael with the time we spent together over the past 19 years as neighbors. We have our 3 wonderful King Charles Cavaliers only because Wlodek and Denise had Jake that we fell in love with. Then there was the hog hunting trip where once again our buddy Wlodek had taken Cameron and I out shooting rifles. I could go on and on about this man. He was as smart as they come and would drop everything to research something for you, not just google it I mean research for hours upon hours. Wlodek did so much behind the scenes medical research for so many and we are grateful. Wlodek's brilliant mind, education, and research helped save lives. Deanna, Brianna, Cameron and I will miss him sorely, we will always hold the wonderful memories in our hearts. I can assure you those memories will be talked about at gatherings for all the years to come. We love you buddy! Rest In Peace my friend.
Gayle Pfaffendorf left a message on March 4, 2020:
Denise, we are so sorry to hear about Wlodek’s passing. You and your family have been in our prayers! He will be remembered exactly as you described him and he will be missed everyday! May God give you strength as you try to make sense of his loss! We are just so sorry!
Paul and Janet Bresky left a message on March 4, 2020:
Wlodek was our next door neighbor of almost 20 years. We never had a bad word between us. Even though Wlodek was brilliant, he always explained things to us so we could understand them. He never acted superior and always made us feel good. In all the years we knew Wlodek we never saw him angry. He was a very even tempered man who loved hunting and fishing. As his son Michael grew older he relished showing Michael how to shoot a bow and arrow as well as how to hunt animals. Wlodek was very proud of how his son was growing in to a man. Wlodek created a mock hunting range in his back yard. He always took the time to educate us on possible risks in the neighborhood. I remember when Wlodek called us to tell us there was a Hawk hanging around the neighborhood and that I should keep my little doggie, Niki close. Our neighborhood all relied heavliy on Wlodek for medical guidance, technology help and anything we couldn't figure out. He was our all around go to guy. Wlodek was a good man whose life was cut too short. We love him and we will miss him dearly. May you rest in peace Wlodek!
Roberson Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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