Stanley A. Kamenski


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Kamenski Stanley, of Milton formerly of Dorchester died on March 3, 2016.  Beloved  husband of the late Lucy (Cyronko) Kamenski.  Loving father of Diane Talutis and her husband Stephen of Milton and the late Janice  Morine and Robert Kamenski.  Brother of Janina  Dymsza of East Greenwich, RI.  Cherished grandfather of Dr. Stephanie Talutis,  Christopher Talutis, Pastor Jonathan Kamenski and his wife Katie, Christine Metcalf and her husband Bud, David Kamenski, Jason Kamenski and his wife Faith and Michael Kamenski.  Stanley was also survived by 9 great grandchildren.  Dear father in law to Victor Morine and Karen Kamenski.

Stanley was born in the West End of Boston and educated in Boston.   He was a graduate of English High School and Northeastern University where he earned his degrees in electronics and business administration.  Stanley worked as an electronical  engineer for Honeywell Corporation in Brighton for over 20  years before retiring. Stan joined the Army Air Force in 1944. He was assigned to a B29 bomber crew that was part of the 20th Air Force, 39th Bomber Group (VH), and 61st Squadron. In Guam Stan and his crew would fly 28 combat missions over Japan from April to August in 1945.  On his 13th mission the crew flew a daylight raid over Kobe, Japan where they encountered heavy flak damage and enemy fighters. Silver Streak lost one engine and pressurization but the crew continued on the bombing raid and flew the aircraft  1500 miles back to Guam.  On August 6, 1945 the Distinguished Flying Cross was awarded to Stan and each crew member. While Victory Japan Day was being celebrated in Tokyo Bay with the signing of the unconditional surrender of Japan to the Allies, Stan and his crew were flying over Manchuria, China looking for POW camps.  They were successful locating a camp in Mukden, China with 1680 men interned. He was proud of the service to his country and  his military accomplishments.  Most of all Stanley loved his family who were truly the cornerstone of his life.  He will be missed by all who had the pleasure to have known him.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in St. Mary’s Parish, Our Lady of Czestochowa Church, South Boston on Monday March 7, 2016 at 10AM.   Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend visiting hours at the Dolan Funeral Home, 460 Granite Avenue, EAST MILTON, Sunday  March 6, 2016 2-6PM .   Interment in New Calvery Cemetery, Boston.  In lieu of flowers donations in memory of Stanley may be made to American Diabetes Assocation, 1701 North Beauregard Street, Alexandria, VA  22311.  See for on line condolences and directions.