SADDLE BROOK, N.J. – Charles W. Kaczyk, adopted son of the late Joseph and Lenora Kaczyk, and brother of William Raska, died Saturday, Feb. 20. He was 54.
He also was known as Rosney by his pigeon buddies.
He was born in Florida and raised by his late grandparents, Blanche and Charles Raska, in Hackensack.
He loved animals and was passionate about racing homing pigeons. His pigeons were his pets but he also had many other pets throughout the years, including chickens, raccoons and white doves. He was an entrepreneur and an expert on animals and pests. He started his business, Animal and Wildlife Control, in 1982, and has a patent on the One-Way Door, which helps rid residences of squirrels.
Visiting will begin at 10 a.m. Friday with a prayer service at 11 a.m. Burial will follow at Hackensack Cemetery.
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