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Alice W. Korzeniowski

Alice W. Korzeniowski

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Obituary For Alice W. Korzeniowski

Alice W. (Ryan) Korzeniowski, 93, died peacefully on June 30, 2021 at Queen Anne Nursing Home in Hingham after living in Rockland for 60 years. Born in Boston to William A. Ryan and Alice (McManamy) Ryan, she was raised primarily in South Boston.

Alice graduated from Dorchester High School and worked in the Boston Navy Yard during World War II. She was a recipient of the Rosie the Riveter certificate.

Decades later Alice matriculated to Stonehill College where she earned a Bachelors’ Degree and then to Northeastern University where she earned a Masters’ Degree. She worked as a Social Worker for Catholic Charities and subsequently the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Social Services where she was a zealous advocate for abused and at risk children.

A devout Catholic, Alice exemplified unconditional maternal love. She rejoiced in her large family and was a fount of affection, devotion, and inspiration for her progeny. She cherished summers spent camping at Bourne Scenic Park and her retirement years in Florida in the company of her husband of 66 years and best friend, Charles “Charlie” J. Korzeniowski, Sr., until he passed in 2014.

Alice loved to travel and visited many foreign lands. She enjoyed playing cards with family, especially on holidays, and was known to take trips, both domestic and abroad, to participate in games of chance.
She was a devoted viewer of the Catholic Channel. However, friends and family knew better than to try and reach her by phone during Jeopardy or Wheel of Fortune.

Alice was pre-deceased in death by her husband Charles J. Korzeniowski, Sr. and her son Charles J. Korzeniowski, Jr. She is survived by Charles J. Korzeniowski, Jr.’s wife Sa-Ardip Korzeniowski of Abington, Carol A. Dupuis and her husband Paul of FL, Francie M. Borges and her husband Edward of Rockland, Janet T. Loughlin and her husband John of Norwell, William E. Korzeniowski and his wife Charla of FL, Walter J. Korzeniowski and his wife Gloria of Bridgewater, Julie Carroll of Rockland, and John F. Korzeniowski and his wife Linda of FL. She was the sister of the late Francis A. Ryan, James Ryan, Robert V. Ryan, and William A. Ryan. Also surviving her are grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great great grandchildren, as well as many nieces and nephews.

All services will be private.

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  • I am sorry to hear of the loss of your mother. She was a wonderful person and was always so kind to our family. Despite the size of her own family she always managed to fit more in the car when she would take the kids swimming. She believed in education and I was so honored for her to come to my graduation party. She was an incredible woman. I just heard of your loss today. stay well.

  • I enjoyed the times that I spent together with Alice when I would bring her communion she was such a joy to be with and a very spiritual and loving lady God bless you all Linda Mahoney

  • Janet and Francie, I'm sorry for your loss. Cherish all of your memories of your mom.

  • Janet, You and your family are my thoughts. Hugs, Henri

  • Bill and family, I am sorry for your loss. May you find peace in your memories.

  • Fran/family..losing a mom is not easy but you will never forget all the beautiful memories to share with family..she is now resting in peace after raising her large family..sending prayers your way, God Bless Doris Burns and family

  • I loved and had the honor of knowing Alice for most of my life. I will miss her but know she is now with Charlie and Chuckie and in Haven love Gail

  • Words can't express how sorry I am , growing up I spent so much time at her house on North Ave, Alice always knew what to say, she was a amazing woman. Sending prayers and hugs to the family. 🙏

  • Dear Fran, So sorry for your loss. May your memories comfort you.

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