Michalegne Borowske Obituary, Death – Michael Borowski, age 42, from Douglas, Massachusetts, passed away on Saturday, October 22nd, in the care of the medical professionals at UMass Memorial Medical Center. He is survived by his daughters, Hailey Borowski and Amber Borowski, both of Douglas; their mother, Carrie Dickerman of Douglas; his parents, Edward and Norma (Robidoux) Borowski of Pascoag, Rhode Island; a brother, Paul Borowski of Dayton, Texas; a sister, Julie Hairapetian and her husband, Melo of Morris, Illinois; as well as a large number of nieces, nephews, cousins, and extended family and friends.
He was born in Worcester, but he lived in Douglas, Massachusetts, for more than a decade, where he became famous for the food he ordered at Gregory’s and for revving his automobile all over town. He was born in Worcester. Michael worked for a sufficient amount of time at J’s Automotive in Oxford to leave a great effect on those around him. In addition, he worked for a few years at J.D. Byrider. Michael was a man who put in a lot of effort, but due to his obstinacy, he insisted on doing everything by himself. Michael, a proud technician, would share his passion for automobiles with anyone and everyone, assisting them with any problem they might have.
He relished the rush that came with going fast and bragging about his Chrysler 300. Michael was always happy to show his trophies and talk about his experiences racing four-wheelers and dirt bikes to anyone who was interested. Michael was a true native of New England, and on Sundays you could reliably find him watching Patriots games. Every morning he started off with a Dunkin’ Donuts, and he ended every day with a Bud Light. Despite the fact that Michael did not frequently demonstrate his affection in a physical or emotional manner.
He made it a point to be there each and every day. Michael was devoted to his wife and children, and he made the most of every opportunity to spend time with them. It is not the driver with the quickest automobile who takes first place. It’s the person who just won’t accept defeat.” Dale Earnhardt The 27th of October is the day to call, and the hours are from 5 to 7 in the evening. Donations in place of flowers can be sent to the International Rett Syndrome Foundation, which is located at 4500 Cooper Road, Suite 204, Cincinnati, Ohio 45242.