Jimmy Pysczynski


4:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Friday, April 15, 2022
Edward V. Sullivan Funeral Home
43 Winn Street
Burlington, Massachusetts, United States

Obituary of Jimmy Pysczynski

Jimmy Pysczynski passed away unexpectedly at his home in Woburn on Sunday April 10, 2022. He was 57 years old.  Jimmy was born in Woburn. He was raised in Burlington and a 1983 graduate of Burlington High School. While in High School Jimmy played varsity football. 

Throughout his life Jimmy loved spending time in Maine and being outdoors.  He had many wonderful memories at the family vacation home in Bristol Maine, such as boating on the lake and going out lobstering.  He was an avid fisherman, with Salisbury State Park being his favorite spot to spend the day fishing for stripers.  Although Jimmy wasn’t the best golfer, he very much enjoyed spending the day on course and keeping everyone entertained and laughing.  

He also loved the Patriots.  He spent many Sundays during the football season tailgating in Foxboro with his sisters and friends.

Jimmy’s greatest passion was cooking. He wasn’t afraid to tackle any type of recipe; homemade lasagna, seafood dishes – you name it, and Jimmy would make it.  Nothing made him happier than cooking for friends and family.  He “enjoyed” people “enjoying” his cooking! 

Jimmy was a very outgoing person. He enjoyed spending time at Sweet Ginger in Burlington where he loved to socialize with his many friends.    At the time of his passing Jimmy was working in Sales & Service at Kessler Therapy Equipment in Woburn.

Jimmy was the beloved fiancée of the late Amy Long. He was the father of Amanda, Emily, Natasha, Jennifer and step-father of Stephanie. Son of James Pysczynski and the late Mary Pysczynski of Burlington.  Brother of Margaret Jennette & her husband Jack of Worcester and Lisa LeBaron & her husband Kip of Burlington.  Uncle of Madison LeBaron and Kip LeBaron, Jr.    Visiting hours will be held the Edward V Sullivan Funeral Home, 43 Winn St., Burlington on Friday, April 15 from 4-7 p.m.  Funeral Services will be private.




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