Michael Hrubec Death, Obituary – On the 28th of December in 2022, Michael Stephen Hrubec, who had been living in Saddle Brook, New Jersey, passed away. He had reached the age of 43 at the time of his passing. Son devoted to his late parents, the late Dr. Robert J. Hrubec and the late Oksana Hrubec (nee Petruniak). Well-respected older brother of both Robert (Bobby) and Andrew. Devoted nephew of Roman Petruniak and Christine, Marion and Thomas J. Hrubec, as well as Barbara (née Hrubec) and her spouse Walter Byczkowski, and Thomas J. Hrubec and his wife Kristine. Roman and Christine are his aunt and uncle, while Marion and Thomas J. Hrubec are his grandparents.
Cousin of Roman Petruniak and his brother Mark, cousin of Stephen Petruniak and his wife Maria, cousin of Mark Petruniak and his wife Katie, cousin of Mark Petruniak and his wife Tanya, cousin of Thomas Hrubec and his brother Joseph, and cousin of Tanya Schneider and her husband Scott. Michael continued his study at the University of Vermont, where he got a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry in 2001. After graduating from Don Bosco Prep in 1997 and getting his certificate, Michael went on to complete his education at the University of Vermont. In 2004, he received a Master of Science degree in cosmetic sciences from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
His concentration was in cosmetic sciences, and the degree was awarded to him in cosmetic sciences. Michael was a manager of product development at BC Research Company Inc. for over 20 years, during which time he worked there. He was a devoted fan of the New York Yankees and enjoyed travelling the world, spending time with his family and friends on vacations at Lake George, going to football games in different cities across the United States, and hosting backyard barbecues and parties. In addition, he was an avid supporter of the New York Giants. He was a devout member of the St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Church and frequently attended services there.
The parishioners will never forget Michael keeping watch over the driveway as the Easter procession passed by each year and leading the Good Friday processions as the cross bearer. They will also remember him as the man who led the procession on each Good Friday. Everyone who has ever had the pleasure of his company will find it impossible to get over the loss of his contagious smile and the way he was always willing to provide a helping hand.