Wieslaw "Sean" Piller

Died: April 4, 2014
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For 61 years our world was blessed to have this sweet, gentle man share his brilliant mind, quick wit and medical expertise with everyone he encountered. His light has dimmed, his mission now complete. Those of us who knew him are stronger, more inspired people for having walked beside him. His family, wife of 35 years, Bobbi; children, Brittany Reynolds, Brooke Keane, Kieran, and Christian; son-in-laws, Zac Reynolds and Brendan Keane; and grandchildren, Kensie Reynolds and Rowan Keane – invite you to celebrate a life well lived. Sean is also survived by his mother, Ingeborg; his brother, Robert, and his wife Beatrice; his in-laws, John and Peg Munson, Marilyn Munson, and Peter and Mary Pat Freitag; and his best friends, Bill and Mary Pat Palmer.
A Mass of Celebration will be held at Church of the Holy Family, 3600 Phyllis Street, Endwell, NY, on Saturday, April 12, 2014 at 11 am. In lieu of flowers, Sean had a scholarship fund created for his grandchildren. Donations can be made by sending a check payable to “For Benefit of Dr. Wieslaw Piller” c/o Christian Piller, 1520 Eastlake Avenue E, Apt. 817, Seattle, WA 98102

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Date: Saturday, April 12, 2014

Time: 11:00 am

Church Of The Holy Family


3600 Phyllis Street, Endwell, NY, 13760

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Died: April 4, 2014

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Loretta Steward posted on 4/9/14

My condolences to your family he was a wonderful doctor and will be missed greatly.


Pat Henningsen posted on 4/9/14

My condolences to your family Dr Piller will be greatly missed by everyone. A great passionate man.


Elizabeth Nowak posted on 4/10/14

I was shocked to learn of Dr. Pillar's passing. He was my physician for over 25 years. We shared many a good laugh, updates on our families, and a quiet celebration as he looked forward to his new ventures in Vermont. Dr. Pillar was also my parents physician and I will be forever thankful for his medical expertise and kindness regarding their many health challenges. Dziekujemy!


Marilyn & Don Short. posted on 4/10/14

My Dr. Piller will be so very missed. He was our doctor & friend for 17 years. I (Marilyn) was a difficult patient, but Dr. Piller was able to calm my fears & tears as no one else could. He always took time to listen & helped solve any problems. A quick wit, oh yes. We swapped many stories. He had a great sense of humor. He had to, dealing with me. While I was recovering in a nursing home, he visited me often. And through his efforts, I am today walking. He talked me into going to the nursing home for recovery from a sever illness that left me unable to walk. Thank you sweet man! You will never be forgotten. Grace & Peace to the family & friends of Dr. Piller, Marilyn & Don Short