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Vincent  George  Maliszewski
     Vincent George Maliszewski, 85, of Kearney formerly of North Platte died Tuesday, September 18, at Mother Hull Nursing Home in Kearney. Vince was born July 10, 1927, at Watertown, S. Dak. to Vincent J. and Margaret V. Gasperich Maliszewski.
     He grew up in Watertown and graduated from there then went to Saint John''s University.
     Vince joined the U.S. Marines on February 12, 1947, and served three years. After his discharge in 1950, he moved to Omaha and was employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Company.
     On February 1, 1952, Vince married Violette ''Mike'' Marie Stanley at Watertown and they made their home in Omaha. They later moved to Sidney where Vince worked for the phone company and was City Manager. After 19 years, Vince and Mike moved to North Platte where he continued working with the phone company until he retired in 1988.
     Vince was a deeply religious man and a member of Holy Spirit Catholic Church. He was active in the Telephone Pioneers of America and a member of the Eagles #2839. He liked hunting, fishing and wood working. He also enjoyed gardening; his specialty was raising raspberries and growing a good tomato plant. Vince loved making Sunday breakfast for his family.
     Vince is survived by his daughters, Peg Brinson, of Lochbuie, Colo. and Judy (Marv) Crouch, of Kearney; a son, Tom Maliszewski, of North Platte; son-in-law, Bill Newkirk, of Round Rock, Tex.; 13 grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and other family.
     He was preceded in death by his wife, Mike; two daughters, Diane Maliszewski and Mary Jane Newkirk; his parents, Vincent and Margaret; and a brother, Don Maliszewski.
     Mass of Christian Burial was 10 a.m. Friday, September 21 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church with Father Jim Novakowski as celebrant. Burial followed in Fort McPherson National Cemetery. Memorials are suggested to the Telephone Pioneers of America. Odean Colonial Chapel was in charge of arrangements.
First published in The North Platte Bulletin print edition on 9/26/2012
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