Mark Chludenski

Born: Tue., Mar. 16, 1954
Died: Sat., Mar. 6, 2021


Visitation

4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Fri., Mar. 12, 2021
Location: Jackman Funeral Home


Memorial Service

7:00 PM Fri., Mar. 12, 2021
Location: Jackman Funeral Home


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Uxbridge- Mark J. Chludenski, 66, of S. Yarmouth, formerly of Uxbridge passed away peacefully on Sat. March 6, 2021 at Brigham and Women’s Hospital after a long illness. His wife  Lynne A. (Rodgers) Chludenski died May 25, 2016.
    He is survived by his two children Amie L. Hyman and her husband Mark of Morris Plains, NJ, and Christopher M. Chludenski and his girlfriend Stephanie McGhee; two cherished granddaughters Emily and Sophia; his beloved girlfriend Whitney Baker-Dow; eight siblings Chester A. Chludenski, Jr. and his wife Carol (Weldon) of Northbridge, Melanie A. Smart and companion John Reiney of Mendon, Karen F. Chludenski and her husband Mark Dickinson of Chepachet, RI, Anne M. Gribauskas and her husband William of Sutton, Florence I. Chenevert and her husband Peter of Uxbridge, John A. Chludenski of Uxbridge, Alexandria Chludenski of Uxbridge, and Michael P. Chludenski and his wife Beth of Sutton; and many nieces, nephews, cousins, friends, and his loveable Goldens. He was predeceased by his brother-in-law William Smart. Born in Milford, MA on March 16, 1954 he was son of the late Chester A. and Florence I. (Griggs) Chludenski and lived in S. Yarmouth since 2013, previously living in Uxbridge.
    Mark was a dedicated Metal Fabrication Teacher at Assabet Valley Technical High School in Marlborough. Previously he was a Welder and Boilermaker throughout the area for Local 29. A graduate of Uxbridge High School and Framingham State University where he was a standout football player, he later coached football at Assabet. He was a volunteer with many community services including Toys for Tots, the Yarmouth Food Pantry and Senior Center and through Moose Lodge #2270 where he served as Governor. An athletic sportsman Mark belonged to the Bass River Rod and Gun Club and loved skating, swimming, clamming, the beach and even rescued a stranded dolphin once. A Harley enthusiast, a Haloween fanatic, and ever sociable Mark was a member of the Polish Hall and loved playing golf, softball, dart leagues, and the Uxbridge Shuffleboard League.
    His Memorial Service will be held Fri. March 12 at 7 pm in Tancrell Jackman Funeral Home, 35 Snowling Rd. Uxbridge. Calling hours are Fri March 12 from 4 to 7 pm. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Toys for Tots at toysfortots.org. To leave a condolence message for his family please visit www.jackmanfuneralhomes.com

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Sue Ann Misiaszek
   Posted Wed March 10, 2021
To My Dear Friend Anne
I have so many fond memories of you and your family. I am so sorry to hear about Mark's passing. All my memories of Mark are of how funny he was and such a kind person. I think of our friendship often. My love and prayers for you and your family. Much Love Sue Ann

Donald and Pamela Garron
   Posted Wed March 10, 2021
Dear Amie and Extended Family:
So sorry to hear that your father has passed. We are praying for you and your family. You had a good father and he loved you and your children, we're sure. Keep the faith and prayers going your way.

Linda Delaney-Trexler
   Posted Thu March 11, 2021
To the Chludenski family,
Extending my deepest sympathy to each of you on Mark's passing. May the good memories you have of your times together lend comfort to you at this difficult time.

Harry Pritoni
   Posted Thu March 11, 2021
Mike, I am so sorry to learn of Mark's passing. I always enjoyed his company so much during visits. Gone too young!

JACQUELINE PIKE
   Posted Thu March 11, 2021
Mark was my next door neighbor. He was a great guy! Funny and always happy to say hi across the fence. I knew he was ill and it was difficult to see his health failing. I will always remember the day he brought that Harley Trike home! He was determined to continue riding. I’m sad for his friend Whitney, who was so dear to him. I’m also sad for his huge family but relieved he is no longer struggling. I’ll always remember Mark as being a sweet man.
It’s all simply God’s Plan.🙏 Jacqui

Patty Creighton
   Posted Thu March 11, 2021
Jack and I send our deepest sympathy and love to all the Chludenski family. ❤️

Wil & Steve Thayer
   Posted Fri March 12, 2021
Dear Mel and Family,

Our deepest sympathy to you all as you mourn the passing of your brother, Mark. May fond memories provide comfort at this sad time.


Senator Dick Moore
   Posted Thu March 18, 2021
Joanne and I were greatly saddened to learn of Mark's passing. He was always ready with a friendly greeting or helping hand. Our condolences to his entire family on this sudden loss. We will keep Mark in our prayers.

Charlene Hughes
   Posted Sun March 21, 2021
My sincere condolences to the Chludenski family, he surely paid his debt to society and touched so many lives. That wonderful Chludenski family are upstanding people. His sister Melanie grew up with my late sister Sandy we have some great memories. My brother Carter was friends with Mark and I graduated with Chet,Jr. who was a very well liked classmate and always a gentleman. Mark was much younger than I but always seemed cheerful and friendly. I am so sorry you all to be without him now,my sincere condolences to you all.

Dyan Larson-Parker
   Posted Wed March 31, 2021
So very sorry to hear of the loss of your Dad, Amie. Such a kind soul and always a gentleman. Thinking of you in your time of sorrow. May he rest in heavenly peace.

Dean Tourangeau
   Posted Fri April 02, 2021
My condolences to the Chludenski family on Mark’s passing. I will always remember Mark as one of the hardest working athletes when I started my coaching career at Uxbridge High. He is the type of athlete you love to coach because of his work ethic. No matter the sport, he always gave his best no matter the situation. Rest In Peace my friend.

Katey Grossmann
   Posted Wed April 14, 2021
Chris, so sorry for the passing of your father. You and your family are in my prayers. I have memories of your dad being bubbly and laughing. I also read your mother passed a few years ago as well. I am so sorry. There are no words.

Katey Grossmann (Landry)

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