Walter Luberecki

Date of Death: June 13, 2022
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Walter J. Luberecki, 89, of Endwell, peacefully fell asleep at Wilson Hospital on June 13th, 2022. He was born in Shamokin, Pennsylvania to a Polish household, as he would proudly tell people. He is predeceased by his parents, Alexander and Agatha Luberecki, and all his brothers and sisters: Anthony, Rita, Alexander, Edward, Joseph, Florence, Alma,Continue Reading

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Carol Scalzo left a message on June 10, 2023:
Sincere condolences to the Lubrecki family. As a ME HS grad of 1980 lucky to have had Mr Lubrecki for our principal.
Gabriel luberecki left a message on February 16, 2023:
i miss you grandpa bg
Carol Tomerlin (Transue ) left a message on January 22, 2023:
I remember your father from M-E ( class of '67). He was always fair and kind, while he was in charge at the school. The BEST memory ever is when he and your mom showed up at our senior prom! It was held at the Johnson City roller rink, which had wooden floors. They got out on the dance floor and did a marvelous polka for us! It helped me and many others see him I'm a different way, and we all applauded loudly, but not as loudly as their feet beating out the polka beat on that wooden floor. They were joyful! We were amazed, and I still, 55 years later, fondly remember and share this. I am sorry this is late, but you should know! My condolences.
Mary Jo Cerra Wilbur left a message on June 17, 2022:
Dear Luberecki family, please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of your loved one. Mr. Luberecki will forever be remembered by his students at M-E. We still recall many a Mr. Luberecki story, usually an encounter of the "what did I do now" kind. He was truly loved by all. Mr. L was a friend and customer of my parents Max and Joe Cerra, original owners of the Blvd Diner now the Broadway Diner. Many a parent-teacher conference took place over the counter. Always minor infractions that bring laughter to us many decades later. Rest in peace Mr. Luberecki. You will never be forgotten by the students who were lucky enough to be under your reign for so many years at Maine-Endwell. Mary Jo Cerra Wilbur
Larry Cianciosi left a message on June 16, 2022:
Walter took a chance on me and gave me the opportunity to be a substitute teacher at the high school I had graduated from only four years prior. I loved teaching and went on to law school. Walter was a inspiration for me and many. Thank you Sir and my God grant you eternal rest.
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Gregory Marchetti, Pittsburgh, PA left a message on June 16, 2022:
I wish the deepest sympathy and a rapid journey to find peace in the wake of Walter's passing to all his family. I am Walter's godson, the son of Sophie (Luberecki) and Vincent Marchetti.
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Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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