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Zbigniew Baranski, 64, passed away unexpectedly in his home in Queen Creek, Arizona on October 14, 2020. He is survived by his brother Gregory near Montreal, Canada. Zbig “Zbyszek” graduated from Warsaw University of Technology – Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology. In the early 1980’s he emigrated from Poland and lived in New York and New Jersey until about 2008 when he moved to Arizona. Zbig was a very talented engineer, completing his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2003. He was employed at NXP Semiconductors Inc. in digital signal processing (DSP) application development. Zbig was a very active amateur radio (ham radio) enthusiast (NU7P) and enjoyed photography, sailing and recreational target shooting. He relished the open space and freedom that Arizona had to offer and will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

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4 responses to “Zbigniew Baranski Obituary”

  1. John Biernacki says:

    It was very difficult and sad to learn of the sudden passing of my dearest friend.
    I will always remember Zbigniew as a very kind, talented and great man.
    Gregory, my deepest sympathy for your loss, wishing you strength and comfort through this difficult time. My thoughts and Prayers are with you.
    John Biernacki

  2. Krystyna & David Capoccia says:

    We are very sorry to hear of the loss of our friend Zbigniew. He came to our lives and left fond memories in our hearts.
    May our Lord bless and comfort his family and friends during this time of grief.
    Gregory, please accept our sincere condolences,
    Krystyna & Dave

  3. John Young says:

    Zbigniew- Rest in Peace old friend.

    I have fond memories of your focus and fun personality, working with you at Freescale, and time spent outside of work.

    I remember helping you find an agent and was happy when you found a place that you could mount that HAM radio antenna! I helped you move into your new house, move that custom furniture, and we talked about HAM radio and how that passion of yours drove you to be a EE.

    Your story of tenacity will always be with me of how someone overcomes, focuses and enjoys life in that focus. Your tough times coming to the US from Poland , saving up for a few years to land here and to continue on with the PhD while at work. You were very passionate on many things with a big smile- we always talked work, then switched immediately to the fun stuff, the outdoors, hiking, firearms, electronics, and radio for long distance contacts. We shared our experiences of the hail storm in 2010 and what do, and all the photos of the great AZ outdoors.

    You were a solid mentor of mine 10 years ago, and I’m thankful for the memories. I’m happy to have remembered all stories and couldn’t sleep until I found information to be sure your family was contacted.

    Rest in peace Zbigniew, and my condolences to your brother Gregory and your family.

  4. Simon Mejia says:

    It has been a while since we last communicated due to covi issue… we all had to work from home. Now, just a few days ago, i was trying to reach out at NXP (at work) and see how he was doing. I did not get a response and send a text to his phone, but i did not get a reply, eather. This morning i was inspired to google his name and brought me sadness to find out of his passing… To my dear friend, may you be at peace up in heaven. We became good friends during the many years we worked together at Freescale/NXP and i really enjoy your friendship…. Thank you, will miss you man.

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Zbigniew Baranski Obituary


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Zbigniew Baranski, 64, passed away unexpectedly in his home in Queen Creek, Arizona on October 14, 2020. He is survived by his brother Gregory near Montreal, Canada. Zbig “Zbyszek” graduated from Warsaw University of Technology – Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology. In the early 1980’s he emigrated from Poland and lived in New York and New Jersey until about 2008 when he moved to Arizona. Zbig was a very talented engineer, completing his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2003. He was employed at NXP Semiconductors Inc. in digital signal processing (DSP) application development. Zbig was a very active amateur radio (ham radio) enthusiast (NU7P) and enjoyed photography, sailing and recreational target shooting. He relished the open space and freedom that Arizona had to offer and will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

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4 responses to “Zbigniew Baranski Obituary”

  1. John Biernacki says:

    It was very difficult and sad to learn of the sudden passing of my dearest friend.
    I will always remember Zbigniew as a very kind, talented and great man.
    Gregory, my deepest sympathy for your loss, wishing you strength and comfort through this difficult time. My thoughts and Prayers are with you.
    John Biernacki

  2. Krystyna & David Capoccia says:

    We are very sorry to hear of the loss of our friend Zbigniew. He came to our lives and left fond memories in our hearts.
    May our Lord bless and comfort his family and friends during this time of grief.
    Gregory, please accept our sincere condolences,
    Krystyna & Dave

  3. John Young says:

    Zbigniew- Rest in Peace old friend.

    I have fond memories of your focus and fun personality, working with you at Freescale, and time spent outside of work.

    I remember helping you find an agent and was happy when you found a place that you could mount that HAM radio antenna! I helped you move into your new house, move that custom furniture, and we talked about HAM radio and how that passion of yours drove you to be a EE.

    Your story of tenacity will always be with me of how someone overcomes, focuses and enjoys life in that focus. Your tough times coming to the US from Poland , saving up for a few years to land here and to continue on with the PhD while at work. You were very passionate on many things with a big smile- we always talked work, then switched immediately to the fun stuff, the outdoors, hiking, firearms, electronics, and radio for long distance contacts. We shared our experiences of the hail storm in 2010 and what do, and all the photos of the great AZ outdoors.

    You were a solid mentor of mine 10 years ago, and I’m thankful for the memories. I’m happy to have remembered all stories and couldn’t sleep until I found information to be sure your family was contacted.

    Rest in peace Zbigniew, and my condolences to your brother Gregory and your family.

  4. Simon Mejia says:

    It has been a while since we last communicated due to covi issue… we all had to work from home. Now, just a few days ago, i was trying to reach out at NXP (at work) and see how he was doing. I did not get a response and send a text to his phone, but i did not get a reply, eather. This morning i was inspired to google his name and brought me sadness to find out of his passing… To my dear friend, may you be at peace up in heaven. We became good friends during the many years we worked together at Freescale/NXP and i really enjoy your friendship…. Thank you, will miss you man.

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