• Louis “Topper” Wroblewski


    January 20, 2021

    Louis “Topper” Wroblewski, 74, formerly of Chittenango and the Syracuse area passed away Wednesday at Advent Hospital in Ocala, Florida. Born and raised in Syracuse. Topper was a long time resident of Chittenango moving to Florida 2 years ago. Topper was a member of Laborers Local #333 in Syracuse for 25 years, was the former owner with his brother Tony of Emerald City Lanes in Chittenango, owned Topper’s Restaurant and Top Stitch embroidery in Chittenango, Logo’s Plus in E. Syracuse and was later employed at Logo’s Plus Custom Embroidery with his son TJ. He was a U.S. Army veteran serving during the Viet Nam War. Topper was and active member of the Oz Fest Committee in Chittenango, the St. Louis Athletic Club, the Past Time Athletic Club, past President of the Seneca River North Little League in Clay and was an avid bowler, golfer and Holdem poker player. He was predeceased by his parents, Anthony and Virginia Wroblewski. He is survived by his son Louis “TJ” Wroblewski Jr. (Cassie Doepel) of Liverpool, his daughter, Tracie Wroblewski (Ed Clark) of Chittenango, his brothers, Tony Wroblewski (Kathy) of Chittenango and Michael Wroblewski of California, his former wife Kathie Wroblewski of Chittenango, his grandchildren Taylor, Tristin, Aiden and Maddie, Rachel Pudney, who he thought of as a second daughter and several nieces, nephews and friends. Calling hours will be 5-7 pm Thursday, January 28, 2021 at the G.F. Zimmer Funeral Home, 702 Legion Drive, Chittenango. A private family service will follow. Face masks and social distancing are required. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Golisano Center for Special needs at the Upstate Foundation Inc. 750 E. Adams St. Cab326, Syracuse, NY 13210.

    G.F. ZIMMER F.H.

    CHITTENANGO 315-687-3366


    Tony and Michael, I was saddened to read of Topper's passing. The time we lived next door to you on Irving Ave was a very special time. I think the bonds we formed back then positively impacted all of our lives. I saw Topper a few times over the years, once when he owned the Pizza Shop in Elbridge. He was always so friendly and willing to help anyone. My deepest sympathy to you and all the family. God Bless you all Carol


    I used to bowl with Topper in different bowling venues and we always made sure to visit him at the OZ-Fest. R I P My Friend .