Francis Grybowski

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Francis Grybowski, 81, of Pawtucket, passed away on Saturday, February 5th, 2022. Born in Central Falls, Francis was the son of the late John and Rose ( Bobola) Grybowski. Francis was the husband of Alma (Soucy) Grybowski. Frank loved to go fishing with his buddy John Czerwein as much as possible. He was an avid reader, loved to watch movies, liked to travel when possible, and watched many sports, especially the Boston Red Sox and football. He was employed by Englehard then Wolverine , and years ago worked for Massoud's Carpet a couple of hours after work. He retired in 2005. Besides his wife, Francis is survived by a son Jason Grybowski, his mother-in-law Delia Soucy two sisters, Elizabeth Massoud of Cumberland, Carol Goffett of Narragansett, and a brother Joseph Grybowski of California. He also leaves many nephews and nieces and their families. He is predeceased by two brothers, John Sikorski, Stanley Grybowski, and four sisters, Dorothy Refino, Helen Legenza, Irene Evans and Jenny Breslin. Francis's services are private, and there will be a Memorial Service for him at a later date. For further information and condolences, please visit
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