Annadell "Fred" Jean (Arpin) Jaczynski

Born: Wed., Jul. 18, 1956
Died: Sat., Sep. 18, 2021


11:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Sat., Oct. 09, 2021
Location: Revelation Church

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Canterbury - Annadell J. “Fred” (Arpin) Jaczynski passed away at her home on September 18 surrounded by her family, after enduring nine and a half years with breast cancer. She was born on July 18, 1956 in Norwich, daughter of the late George and Anastasia (Kandrow) Arpin. She graduated from Norwich Free Academy in 1974, after which she worked for Dr Thomas Cook, MD for many years. She touched the lives of many, making some great friends while employed at NFA, Windham Hospital, and most recently Uconn Counseling and Mental Health Services, from which she retired. On July 3, 1999, she married her long-time love, Stanley “Stosh” Jaczynski. In addition to her husband, she is survived by her loving daughter and son-in-law, Staci (Lambert) and Phil Belisle of Griswold, and her “sweetie pie”, granddaughter Kayla Belisle. She also leaves behind her loyal companion, springer spaniel, Charlie. She is survived by her loving siblings; Thomas and Patti Arpin of Norwich, Judy Ducharme of Sprague, Gregory and Ann Arpin of Canterbury, Susan (Arpin) and William Kane III of Mystic, Jacqueline (Arpin) and Robert Maneri of Canterbury, William and Donna Shanahan of Clifton Park, NY, and brother-in-law Michael Jaczynski of Norwich. Annadell was very close to her family, including her nieces and nephews; Christopher and Ambry Ducharme, Brian and Meghan Ducharme, Kevin and Erica Ducharme, Kaitlyn (Arpin) and Ryan Klosterman, Jake Arpin and Denae Sheahan, April (Arpin) and Michael VanSambeck, Anastasia Arpin, Anthony Maneri, Logan Maneri, Theresa Kane, Mallory Kane, Billy Kane, and nine great nieces and nephews. She had a love for the outdoors, walking with Charlie, landscaping, riding her quad, taking photos, training and playing with all the family dogs. She was well known for baking and often share her treats with coworkers.      Annadell was athletic during her school years and as an adult played softball, enjoyed bike riding and going for a run daily. She had a way of making everyone love her without even trying. She was called the life of the party by friends and went above and beyond for others unconditionally. She leaves us all with many funny and beautiful memories. The family would like to thank Dr Anca Bulgaru, the nurses and staff, at both Smilow Cancer Center in Waterford and ECHO in Norwich, for their compassionate care throughout her treatment.                          
To celebrate her life, Casual Outdoor Calling Hours will be held on Saturday, October 9, 2021 between 11am-3pm, at the lakeside pavilion area, at Revelation Church, 166 Bishop Rd in Bozrah, CT. The Gagne Piechowski Funeral Home, Jewett City, CT has been entrusted with the arrangements. For online condolences please go to

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Michael and Stacey Gualtieri
   Posted Sat September 25, 2021
Stosh, we are sorry for your loss. She was a great and vibrant person! Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Mike and Stacey Gualtieri

guy d'andria
   Posted Sat September 25, 2021
To the Jacznski and Arpin family, sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.

Ed Carvalho
   Posted Sat September 25, 2021
Stan, So sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family.
Ed Carvalho

Eileen Medeiros
   Posted Sat September 25, 2021
Such a wonderful person to know. I always looked forward to the doggie Christmas cards she sent. I am so sorry for your loss.

Jim & Karen MacLean
   Posted Sat September 25, 2021
To Stosh, Staci & Family,
So sorry to hear the news of Fred's passing. Fred was always such a strong supporter and fan of all the musical and sporting endeavors we ever participated in and I sincerely regret losing touch over the years. I will always remember her as a kind, loving, sharing, thoughtful, twinkle in her eye, with an infectious laugh that brought life to life person and thankful that I knew and shared some special moments in our lives with her.
Jim & Karen MacLean

Tricia Lewon
   Posted Sat September 25, 2021
Stosh, Staci & Family...
Our hearts go out to you at this difficult time. Fred was an inspiration to all she met, always full of life! She had an infectious personality that lit up a room! We will treasure the memories spent together.
Tom & Tricia Lewon

Linda Mainville
   Posted Sun September 26, 2021
So sorry for your loss, too soon.

Carolyn Sypher
   Posted Sun September 26, 2021
I worked with Annadel at WH, and she always sent me a card with her 3 puppies sitting at their little table all dressed up. She was a great person and will be missed by all who knew her.

Barbara Garceau
   Posted Sun September 26, 2021
I worked with Annadell at WH. A very loving and giving person. My condolences to her entire family. 💔 RIP

Micki Stennett Huntwork
   Posted Sun September 26, 2021
Stosh, Staci, and the Arpin family, I am so sorry for your loss. Was blessed to know Fred and play softball with her and just hang out. I have many fond memories of the Arpin family and will never forget...Mic

Sharon (Fowler) Napoleone
   Posted Sun September 26, 2021
My sincere condolences to the whole family. Annadel was so very special and will be missed you so many.

You are all in my thoughts and prayers. 💔🙏🏻💔👍


Peter & Peggy Ververis
   Posted Mon September 27, 2021
To Stash, the Jaczinski & Arpin Families,
Our sincerest condolences for a wonderful, caring person. I could never escape Fred's wrath when I made a questionable call against Stash during one of his softball games. We will remember her with fond memories.

Mary Beth Nilsson
   Posted Mon September 27, 2021
Dear Stanley, Staci and the Arpin family:
I am so sorry to hear about Fred. She was a strong, fun and kind person. We had lots of fun in the old days. I wish you all Peace and healing.

Bill Drobiak
   Posted Mon September 27, 2021
I'm so sorry for the your loss of Fred. I only meet her a few times, but I new she was your rock also.

Nancy & Lee Johnson
   Posted Mon September 27, 2021
Stash & Arpin family,
So sorry to hear of Annadelle’s passing. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this sorrowful time. Rest In Peace “Fred” 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

David Pelletier
   Posted Mon September 27, 2021
Tom, Greg and the Arpin/Jaczynski families-
On behalf of the Riel and Pelletier family, I extend my sincerest condolences on the recent passing of your beloved wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend to many, ANNADELL (ARPIN) JACZYNSKI. Having met Fred as she was known to most people, a few times through her late employer, Thomas Cook, MD, as well as through her father, George Arpin long ago, its sad to read of her passing but truly her legacy will live on by all that knew and embraced her throughout her life. For she now has joined her father, George (2006) and her mother Anastasia (1993) and if its any consolation to all of you, our loved ones memory never fades as long as we carry them in our hearts each day. Respectfully submitted-
David Pelletier/Philadelphia, PA
(Son of Frances Lachance-Pelletier Riel/1931-2017)
(Stepson of Patrick Riel/1931-2020)

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