Donald Bialek



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Donald was born April 21, 1933 to Max and Sylvia Bialek. He passed away in Seminole Fl. on  December 14, 2023 at the age of 90.

He is survived by his wife Blossom Bialek of 70 years, his three sisters Maralyn Gilbert, Sheila Felberbaum and Wendy Bialek, his son Dennis Bialek and his two daughters Debra Piesner and Teri Bialek, one Grandson Chad Peasley and five great grandchildren. He is predeceased by his grandson, Ryan Peasley.

Donald graduated from Abraham Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, N.Y. He was a United States Army Veteran who served proudly in the Korean War, stationed in Okinawa. While in the service he was a tank and vehicle inspector.

His accomplishments as an entrepreneur included owning and operating gas stations and auto parts businesses from an early age to retirement. He loved fixing things and maintaining their home.

His true passions were boating, scuba diving, spear fishing, line fishing, his dogs, and the casino.

A memorial service will be held at the Bay Pines National Cemetery on Thursday, December 28th, 2023 at 2:30pm.

In lieu of giving flowers, those who are able instead can make donations to Suncoast Hospice,


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3 Condolences

  1. John & Teresa Ulrich on December 28, 2023 at 9:46 pm

    Teri, so sorry for your loss. We hope you find peace and comfort in the family memories.

  2. Matthew Licht on December 28, 2023 at 5:12 pm

    Don and Blossom have lived one street over from me for as long as I can remember. They would walk daily together over to my street , in years past ,and we would have pleasant conversation. They would also bring their pets to my animal hospital on a regular basis. Don was such a sweet man and a true lover of animals. My condolences go out to Blossom and the entire family for the loss of Don

  3. Susan Hamilton on December 26, 2023 at 5:24 pm

    My sincere condolences. Your father was a remarkable man and his passing is difficult. But when I look at the photo of him I can tell he had a good time with life, and was full of fun and smiles for his family! I will be praying for your family and for peace together as you remember all the good times.

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