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Chuck won the tri-partite [[Honky Tonk Queen]] sash in [] as [[Patsy
Chuck won the tri-partite [[Honky Tonk Queen]] sash in [] as [[Patsy ]], one of the two Big Boned Girls backing up [[Mary Gold]] ([[Neal Heather]]) with the assistance of [[Alotta Gelotta]] ([[Warren Jay Eggly]]).
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Charles Harold Krysieniel
09 Dec 1959 - 22 Aug 2017
El Camino Reelers Memorial panel 4LL
Puddletown Squares Memorial panel 4UL
Running Bear Squares Memorial panel 4LL
Received 10 Year Medallion at Anchors Aweigh With a Half Sashay in 2003
Chuck won the tri-partite Honky Tonk Queen sash in 2001 as Patsy Su Venear, one of the two Big Boned Girls backing up Mary Gold (Neal Heather) with the assistance of Alotta Gelotta (Warren Jay Eggly).
Charles Chuck Krysieniel, 57, of Seattle, WA, passed peacefully on August 22, 2017, surrounded by his immediate family. He was born in Concord, MA, on December 9, 1959, graduated from Acton Boxboro High School in 1978, and earned his BS from Fitchburg State College in 1982. He was an event planner and travel director, and he headed KAZ Consulting, LLC. He met his husband Brian Reed in 1997, and they married in 2013. He is survived by Brian; his parents Alfons and Helen Krysieniel of Acton, MA; his sister Karen Breckenridge and her husband Terry of Centennial, CO; his sister Linda Krysieniel and her partner Kip Crowley of Stow, MA; his sister Marty Abbot and her husband Rob of Phillipston, MA; his parents-in-law William and Pat Reed of Savoy, IL; and his sister- and brother-in-law Laurel and David Rosch of Savoy, IL. He leaves four nieces, three nephews, and four great nephews who all thought the world of their Uncle Chuck. A memorial celebration is being held on September 21st from 4-7pm at the Chocksett Inn in Sterling, MA.
- The Boxborough Beacon, 29 Aug to 07 Sep 2017