Edmund J. Dabrowski, 74, an insurance executive and veteran of both World War II and the Korea War, died Saturday (Sept. 26, 1998) in Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Town of Tonawanda.
A native of Buffalo, Dabrowski attended Assumption School and graduated from School 64 and Riverside High School. After graduation, he worked for the Colonial Radio Corp. until his induction into the Army in 1943.
He served with the 10th Mountain Division during the Italian campaign, and after his discharge in 1945 he found work with the Veterans Administration. Two years later, he joined his father in the general insurance business as an associate with F.E. Seymour Inc.
He studied insurance at the University of Buffalo's Millard Fillmore College, but was recalled to active duty in 1950 for the Korean War and served with the 2nd Infantry until discharged in 1951.
Dabrowski rejoined the insurance firm and continued in the business until his retirement in 1982.
He loved fishing and was a boater, bowler and Buffalo sports fan.
He was a member of several professional and social clubs, including American Legion Niagara Frontier Post 1041.
Survivors include a brother, Eugene, and a sister, Florence Zelazny of the Town of Tonawanda.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in Our Lady of Czestochowa Catholic Church, 23 Willowlawn Parkway, Cheektowaga, following prayers at 9 in Buszka Funeral Home, 2005 Clinton St. Burial will be in Mount Calvary Cemetery, Cheektowaga.