YORK MAINE/CLERMONT FLORIDA - Robert J. Majewski, 78, formerly of Princeton, Massachusetts passed away on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 as the result of metastatic melanoma of the liver. Bob was born July 23, 1941 in Holden, Massachusetts, a son to the late Joseph and Mary M. (Kasprzck) Majewski.
A man of great integrity, humility and compassion, Bob was a humble man, who worked hard all of his life, and above all cherished his family. He will leave a deep footprint in everyone’s hearts.
Bob was a graduate of Central New England College, Worcester, Massachusetts with a degree in Industrial Engineering as well as the School of Industrial Management at Worcester Polytechnical Institute, Worcester, Massachusetts. He was employed by Morgan Construction Company of Worcester, Massachusetts for 41 years, starting at the bottom and working his way up to management positions.
He loved all sports, particularly Boston sports, but golf was his passion in later years.
He never met a job he couldn’t do. From his beautiful flower and vegetable gardens to the beautiful stone walls he built, to the two homes he and Dianne built together, he did it all. He was sometimes known as MacGyver.
With his best friend and wife of 60 years, Bob traveled the world after his retirement, including China, Ireland, Hungary as well as many other destinations.
He was predeceased by sisters Mary Dunn and Carol Rogers.
He leaves behind his wife, Dianne B. (Erickson) Majewski; children Robyn L. Majewski of Worcester, MA, Tammy L. Poulin (Richard) of Hampton, NH, Terry A. Murphy of Auburn, NY and Robert J. Majewski II (Kelly) of Mooresville, NC; brother Paul D. Majewski (Heather) of Shrewsbury, MA; sister Nancy Rogers (Tony) of Fort Myers, FL; 8 granddaughters Ashley Kirby, Lindsay Janes (Alexander), Nicole Harvard (Thomas), Amanda Kirby, Kendra Murphy, Yvonne Landry , Annalyse Majewski and Natalie Majewski; 6 great-grandchildren Ella, Charlotte, Nolan, Kennedy, Shea and Evelyn; 2 extended family grandchildren Erika Carrigan (Jim) and Derek Poulin (Allison) and their children Lydia and Madeleine as well as many other family and friends.
A time of visitation for family and friends will take place from 11am to
1pm on Saturday, October 19th with a funeral service to begin at 1pm
in the Lucas & Eaton Funeral Home, 91 Long Sands Rd., York, Maine.
Burial will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery in Princeton, MA at a later
date. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Stroke
Association. Visit www.lucaseatonfuneralhome.com