William Bianowicz

William Joseph Bianowicz

Monday, October 11th, 1943 - Saturday, June 6th, 2020
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William Bianowicz was a native son of the Litchfield Hills. The lifelong Connecticut resident died Saturday, June 6th following a brief illness. He was 76. Born and raised in Torrington, Bianowicz lived in Litchfield for decades and recently moved to Bantam. His was a familiar face in Litchfield--- beard, ruddy cheeks weathered by the sun and kind eyes framed by circular glasses. He was an avid outdoorsman, strong, fit and rugged .

A graduate of Torrington High School, Bianowicz went on to learn tool fabrication at the Porter School of Design. He was a veteran of the Vietnam War, serving as a Navy Seabee in Da Nang. From 30 years as a greenskeeper at the Litchfield Country Club, he had strong, muscular, callused hands, but his heart was tender. Family and friends knew him as, "Billy." Many were the beneficiaries of his kindness and compassion, but none more than his treasured wife of 52 years, Linda.

Linda Bianowicz remembers her husband as a quiet, humble man who savored simple pleasures. His insatiable curiosity prompted him to start every day by reading the New York Times, front to back. Nature was his temple--- the lush green hills of Northwest Connecticut, his sanctuary. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, snowshoeing and wildlife viewing.

Most of all, Billy Bianowicz loved his family. He devoted all of his labors to his loving wife Linda. He relished the annual gatherings of her relatives--- the Belli and Parducci families of Torrington. He cherished his dear friends and always rendered help when needed. Bianowicz was predeceased by his parents, Mary and Henry, his brother, Joseph, and sister-in-law, Loretta Grant. He is survived by his brother, Henry, his brother-in-law, David Grant, and sister-in-law Dona Sarno and her partner, Judy Conrad. Uncle Billy was like a second father to his nieces, Erika Adams, Megan Adams and Julie Owens and his nephew, David Sarno.

Due to the Corona virus pandemic, a memorial will be scheduled at a later date. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to any veteran organization or nature conservancy.
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Ralph Morelli

Posted at 05:46pm
Dear Linda, I was very sorry to learn of Bill's passing and now regret having procrastinated in my desire to get in touch. My sincere condolences.
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Marijo Weik

Posted at 12:27pm
Mike and I were so sadden when we heard of the loss of your husband, Bill--it is so hard at anytime to loss your beloved spouse but
especially hard during Covid-19--no one lets you express your loss and have friends around you which is what people need. So
sorry for your loss Linda know that our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bill was so full of life -- so young and sadly will be missed by all. Fondly, Mike and Marijo Weik

Janet, Alan, Colin and Ross

Posted at 01:49pm
We loved Bill. He was a kind man and dear neighbor. With heartfelt condolences, Linda during this difficult time.
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Bill and Joy DeDominicis

Posted at 07:16pm
Linda, so sorry for your loss. We remember when you were our neighbor on Weed road and Bill always had a big smile and was always so nice to our sons.

Richard Tirpak

Posted at 04:59pm
On behalf of the Richard Tirpak family, which includes my significant other Judi Hartland, my daughter Joan Tirpak, my other daughter Deborah and her husband Jim Cummins, my granddaughter Dayna and her husband Michael Failla and my grandson Dan Damico, pass our deepest sympathy and condolences on to you on the loss of Bill. Bill was always fun to be around as I remember on several occasions with the Belli contingent at our annual picnics we always had time to throw horseshoes and Bill was real good at it decades back but then he would not want to play in later years but he would always get into that pit between games and just throw a few, maybe remembering those good old days. I don't play anymore either as I cannot bend over far enough to pick up this shoe much less try to throw it 40 feet at a stake in the ground. Those were days to remember.
Again this family morns with you Linda and pray that "Billy" will always rest in peace on his own private golf course and we thank him for his service to this country.

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