Joseph Oustecky

Joseph Edward Oustecky

Tuesday, July 4th, 1933 - Tuesday, July 14th, 2020
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JOSEPH EDWARD OUSTECKY, age 87, was born on July 4, 1933, and passed away on July 14th, 2020, at Lakes Regional General Hospital following a sudden medical emergency.

He was born and raised in Queens, New York. He attended City College - New York and New York University. Following two years in the US Army, he began his career as an electrical engineer at Kollsman Instruments in Queens, New York. He remained there for 20 years before joining George Malvese & Company in Hicksville, NY, where he remained until his retirement in 1995. He and his family moved to Plymouth, NH in 1994, near where the family vacationed for years.

He married Winifred Hope Aichroth in 1959. They have two children: Kimberly Hope Oustecky Berman and Kevin Edward Oustecky and two grandchildren: Abigail Lynn LeRoux and Jessica Hope Berman, and four great grandchildren.
He and his wife volunteered extensively at the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center in Holderness, were active in the Pemigewasset Valley Fish & Game Club, attended and were active at the Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ as members; Joe also served as treasurer there, and regularly volunteered at Plymouth Area Community Closet’s Meals for Many.

Joe loved boating and became a tour boat captain for Squam Lake Cruises at the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center. Joe was known for his friendly, outgoing demeanor, story-telling abilities, his ability to fix virtually anything, and his sense of humor.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made in Joe’s name to Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ, PO Box 86, Plymouth, NH 03264; or Pemi-Valley Fish & Game Club, PO Box 38, Plymouth, NH 03264.

A celebratory memorial service will be held at a later time, date and place to be announced.
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Roger and Linda Oustecky

Posted at 06:04pm
Dear Winnie, Kim, Kevin and family...
We are so sorry to hear of Joe's very sudden passing! He was a wonderful man, always full of fun and so very intelligent! Roger cannot express his most beloved memories of Joe but I certainly remember my first motorcycle ride with Joe! I was so frightened but he made me feel comfortable and safe. He even made me laugh while we rode together. We miss you all and wish we were there to help ease your pain. We pray for you all. Joe will always be with you in your hearts!
With all our love,
Roger and Linda Oustecky

Posted at 08:42pm
If I had a big brother I would have chosen Joe. He was ever patient. A great guy. Time and distance will not keep me from missing and remembering.

Bob and Teresa Oustecky

Posted at 12:20pm
To Winnie, Kimberley, Kevin and family;
We were so sad to hear about Joe's passing. We do have nice memories of our visits with Joe and you,Winnie and Kimberley and Kevin as well. We particularly remember that great ride on Joe's boat and his interesting narrative that went along with it!...And how welcoming you all were to us at your home while we were camping nearby. They are fond memories!
Joe will really be missed.

Joyce and Steve Hackett Posted at 10:56am

Dear Winnie, and Family, So very sad to hear of Joe's passing. Steve and I will always remember Joe's love of Squam Lake, and his wonderful stories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Joyce and Steve

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