Wladyslaw (Walter) Ozierski, 95, passed away on Tuesday, December 18, 2018, in Daytona Beach, Florida. He was born in Zalawiszcze, Poland, the only child of Atanazy and Janina Ozierski. Upon the invasion of Poland in 1939, during World War II, he survived both Russian and German labor camps, where he remained to the end of the war, never seeing his family again. Upon liberation, he joined the English occupation Army in Germany, 7th Regiment of the Royal Corps of Transport. Upon discharge from the service, he immigrated to the United States in 1951 to Springfield, Massachusetts. Walter was employed as an aircraft inspector for Atlantic Machine and Tool Company (now Textron Corporation) of Newington, CT for over twenty years. He was instrumental in the establishment of the Polonia Society of Korona, Florida and was active in the early days of the expansion of St. Mary's Church, Korona, Florida. Walter is survived by his loving wife, Jane L. (Miciak) Ozierski of Daytona Beach, FL; two sons, Edward and his wife Nguyet anh and their son Joseph of Vietnam; and Walter and his wife Tatiana and their daughter Anastassia and her husband Amit Kukreja all of Richmond, VA. A Funeral Home Service will be held on Monday, December 24th at 9:00 AM at the Byron Keenan Funeral Home & Cremation Tribute Center, 1858 Allen Street with burial to follow at St. Joseph’s Polish National Cemetery, Cottage Street, all in Springfield.