John Walendowski, 71, of Roselle Park, Wis., Dies at Home
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Walendowski has lived in Michigan for three years. He holds a high school diploma and is married.
Early Life and Education
Children learn about themselves and the world through interactions with their parents. These experiences are essential for their social and cognitive growth.
Furthermore, children gain a sense of self-worth, the capacity to form relationships with others, and an ethical outlook – all crucial elements in developing lifelong learning and emotional health.
Early childhood education refers to both formal and informal educational programs that support children’s growth and development during their preschool years (birth through age five). Some emphasize academic readiness while others take a “whole child” approach that stresses mental and emotional readiness.
John Walendowski has a lot on his plate, but that doesn’t stop him from having fun. In fact, his job requires him to help companies and their employees find their way, so as an executive he takes in the occasional snoozing spouse as well as pave the way for less-than-enthused colleagues – not forgetting all of the after work activities!
Achievements and Honors
John Walendowski, a senior superintendent in the district’s cafeteria department, and his team of custodial and paraprofessional workers were honored by Suffolk County legislators for their work during the flu pandemic. These employees worked long into the night to restore service and minimize customer disruption during this crisis.
He was honored with a Heart of Walbridge award for his leadership and perseverance. Together with his team, he and his colleagues improved Walbridge’s vStart process through QR codes; this eliminated the need for paper checks or hand signatures on electronic check sheets.
He and his wife Barbara received a warm thank you from the district for their outstanding efforts. Through their commitment, the district has become a leader in customer satisfaction and flu pandemic resiliency.
John Walendowski was a dedicated family man, maintaining close connections with his children, grandchildren and great-granddaughters. A passionate supporter of the Green Bay Packers and volunteer for Wounded Warrior Project local chapters, John enjoyed sharing his knowledge of the area with many friends as well as entertaining them with his self-published short stories. Survived by wife Esther Kuhns after 71 years together, memorial services will be held May 16th 2013 at Mastapeter Funeral Home (400 Faitoute Avenue), Roselle Park).
John Walendowski is a name with a high degree of educational attainment; only 0.0% have university degrees and none possess only high school diplomas. If you want to find out more about him, contact his family members.