Polish man found collapsed in Witham street was "always smiling" says boss

Pawel Kwiecinski worked at Masterframe Windows

Pawel Kwiecinski worked at Masterframe Windows

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A Polish man who collapsed and died in a Witham road has been described as “a lovely guy who was always smiling” by his boss.

Pawel Kwiecinski, who is believed to have lived in Greenwell Road, Witham, died last Sunday after he was found lying in Bronte Road at about 3am.

Residents and ambulance crews tried in vain to resuscitate the 39-year-old, who worked as a window manufacturer at Masterframe Windows, based in Crittall Road, Witham.

Managing director Alan Burgess said: “He was very well thought of by all his colleagues.

“He was lovely guy and he was always smiling."

See this week's Witham Times for the full story.

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8:55pm Fri 13 Jun 14

Bhudeeka says...

and why does this manager not employ homegrow woth people who are just as skilled and want to work?
and why does this manager not employ homegrow woth people who are just as skilled and want to work? Bhudeeka
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9:20pm Fri 13 Jun 14

montygirl says...

Because unfortunately Bhudeeka a lot of them are too lazy to work or don't have the skills . Far easier to sit at home claiming the dole and watching TV instead of working for just above the minimum wage! That's the problem with the UK, alot of immigrants will do the jobs that the homegrown people( as you put it), think are beneath them and without moaning about it!!
Because unfortunately Bhudeeka a lot of them are too lazy to work or don't have the skills . Far easier to sit at home claiming the dole and watching TV instead of working for just above the minimum wage! That's the problem with the UK, alot of immigrants will do the jobs that the homegrown people( as you put it), think are beneath them and without moaning about it!! montygirl
  • Score: 3

10:43pm Fri 13 Jun 14

OMPITA [Intl] says...

I trust Bhudeeka would be minded to make a graceful exception for the ‘managers’ of the Royal Air Force in ‘employing’ Polish aircrew during the Battle of Britain; and indeed their Army counterparts for employing’ Polish soldiers during the siege of Tobruk and the Battle of Monte Cassino - not to mention of course their countrymen’s invaluable contributions in cracking the Enigma Codes.

I wonder if - when the time comes - Bhudeeka will also be similarly remembered by all who knew her as a ‘lovely gal who was always smiling’?

I must confess it’s an image I’m rather struggling with
I trust Bhudeeka would be minded to make a graceful exception for the ‘managers’ of the Royal Air Force in ‘employing’ Polish aircrew during the Battle of Britain; and indeed their Army counterparts for employing’ Polish soldiers during the siege of Tobruk and the Battle of Monte Cassino - not to mention of course their countrymen’s invaluable contributions in cracking the Enigma Codes. I wonder if - when the time comes - Bhudeeka will also be similarly remembered by all who knew her as a ‘lovely gal who was always smiling’? I must confess it’s an image I’m rather struggling with OMPITA [Intl]
  • Score: 10

8:16am Sat 14 Jun 14

pierre-pierre says...

is she home grown?
is she home grown? pierre-pierre
  • Score: 5

10:10am Sat 14 Jun 14

OMPITA [Intl] says...

I don't know about home grown, but she's certainly only half-baked!
I don't know about home grown, but she's certainly only half-baked! OMPITA [Intl]
  • Score: 5

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