Christopher Bruno Ziomek, age 66 of Plymouth, passed away on March 5, 2022. He was born on August 18, 1955 in Detroit, Michigan to his parents, the late Bruno R. and Ruth C. (née Klein) Ziomek.
He is the beloved and devoted husband of the late Nancy Ziomek; loving father of Carey Ziomek and the late Christopher Ziomek; proud grandfather of Carter Ziomek. He is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his sister, Tina (John) Collins; (Christopher is pre-deceased by his brother, the late Keith Ziomek), his nieces and nephew, Leah (Stephen) Maniace, Christina (Bryan) Henriquez and Nickoli (Melissa) Ziomek and Great-nieces and nephews, Jackson Henriquez, Joshua Henriquez, Liliana Maniace, Kinsley Maniace and Zeke Ziomek.
Christopher grew up in Westland and attended Wayne State University in Detroit and then went on to Wayne State Mortuary School and became a licensed Funeral Director. He and his wife, Nancy formerly owned the Ziomek Funeral Home in Livonia. He lived in Canton and Livonia before moving to and residing in Plymouth for the last two years.
Christopher was devoted to his family and they tell us that his grandson, Carter was “number one” in his life. He adored Carter and loved spending time with him. Their bond of unconditional love and joy was heartwarming to anyone seeing them together.
He was a 2nd degree black belt in karate. Participating in the martial arts gave Christopher the opportunity to get to know his instructors and each of the members of his classes and, they got to know him too. They were a great support to him as he was a great support to each of them in their martial arts journey.
Christopher could often be seen jogging and walking in the Plymouth community staying healthy and fit. Walking and running was fun and made him just feel good about exercise, staying healthy and enjoying his outdoor surroundings.
All services for Christopher will be private.