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 Krystyna Elizabeth “Christina” <I>Piasecki</I> Bublick

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Krystyna Elizabeth “Christina” Piasecki Bublick

  • Birth 13 Nov 1951 Nottingham, Nottingham Unitary Authority, Nottinghamshire, England
  • Death 22 Oct 2006 Virginia Beach City, Virginia, USA
  • Burial Norfolk, Norfolk City, Virginia, USA
  • Plot Tree of Life IV Block B Lot 140 Sp N
  • Memorial ID 80129991

Chris was born in Nottingham, England, the daughter of John and Adela (Lach) Piasecki. She was born as her Polish parents immigrated to the United States, settling in Muskegon, Michigan. She graduated in 1970 from Muskegon High School, where she was crowned Snow Queen, and was a member of the National Honor Society. She then graduated from Western Michigan University with a Masters Degree in Public Administration. She married Norbert Kalman Bublick, and they had one son, Benjamin, who was the light of her life. She dedicated her life to several worthy causes over the years, and contributed her leadership and passion to organizations dedicated to the poor, to abused children, and victims of racism. She was the founder and CEO of Loveabye, Inc., a global non-profit program which helps children, and the adults who influence the nurturing and care of children. She was also the president of, a non-profit organization dedicated to stopping the child abuse and the bullying of children. Her mother was a holocaust survivor, and she was extremely involved in the Holocaust Commission and in her faith with the Jewish Federation and her local synagogue, Temple Emanuel. She was also a talented designer and creator of jewelry, owning her own company called, Krystyna Virginia Beach Jewelry Creations. For her, making friends was as easy as breathing air, and she had an enormous network of incredible acquaintances from all walks of life. The source of her radiant light was the love of God. A loving mother, daughter, sister, friend, entrepreneur, author, artist and activist, she lived everyday with Divine Purpose and the greatest capacity of love. A resident of Virginia Beach, Virginia, she passed away unexpectedly, and leaves to honor her memory, her loving mother, Adela Piasecki; her beloved son, Benjamin A. Bublick; her brothers, Marion (Janet) Piasecki and John Piasecki; her sister, Denise Kanaar; and an extremely wide circle of friends. A memorial mass was held at St. Michaels Catholic Church in Muskegon, Michigan. Remembrance donations may be made to

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Her Words: "I've learned through life and business that preparation avoids unnecessary risks."

Article written June 13, 2003:

This remarkable woman was the founder and CEO of and principal in CEB & Associates. As Loveabye Lullabyes Founder and products designer, and the devoted mother of Benjamin Abraham Bublick, she was featured in this article:

Christina E. Bublick

When Christina Bublick was pregnant, she began thinking of melodies she could use to sing her baby to sleep. She was uncomfortable with some of the words in traditional lullabyes. Many of the lullabyes on the market at that time were erratic. Many had slow soothing songs and fast songs all mixed together and were not conducive to the kind of nurturing and cuddle time she was looking for. Many songs were too short and the cassettes would click off before baby was even asleep yet. Therefore, she set out on a mission to change that. She believes that lullabyes should help make a baby/child feel secure. The words should be ever so uplifting and self-esteem building. During her pregnancy she wrote several poems. The love for her baby was reflected in the words. She accomplished her dream and put the poems to music and the intentionally long-playing songs make up the bulk of the CD and cassette, Loveabye Lullabyes. Named the Outstanding Professional Woman of Hampton Roads in May l995, Christina brings passion and professionalism to all aspects of her life. The energy and passion that Christina brings to Loveabye is just another component of her interesting life. Her passion and creative energy benefit the organizations to which she contributes her time. As the principal at CEB & Associates she works with chosen businesses and organizations to help them become more successful. One organization she helped develop is Neighborhood America, a Worldwide Public Communication Network that exploits the convergence of web, computer and broadcast mediums to provide citizens with interactive resources to improve and increase public comment and community interaction on a national and global basis.
Somewhat a futurist, Christina launched, a global Net venture when Netscape was conceived and there were only 500 websites.

Christina's Passions

The number-one passion in Christina's life is her family. Her son Benjamin Abraham is featured throughout After family, Christina is very passionate about many other projects including promoting literacy through the "Be A Reader" (BEAR) Volunteer Reading Partner Literacy Project, helping the homeless as a board member of the Judeo Christian Outreach Center and helping to teach the lessons of the Holocaust through her leadership roles with the Holocaust Commission. She was the 2001 chairperson of Yom HaShoah, the annual Holocaust Remembrance Commemoration and will be co-chair of the Holocaust Commission in 2002. Christina is also a board member and chair of Adult Education at her synagogue Temple Emanuel of Virginia Beach. She serves on the board of the Children's Performance Workshop and works to help stop child abuse.

Published in The Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk, VA) January 9, 2005:


Krystyna Bublick's handcrafted jewelry offers a sumptuous vision of silver and gemstones, but its beauty is more than cosmetic.

"We all have gifts from God. We all have a sole purpose," said Bublick, who lives on Shore Drive and owns her jewelry design business, Krystyna Virginia Beach.

"I'm conveying a bit of myself and my soul through my Krystyna Signature Collection," she said.

Through each of her one-of-a-kind collectible pieces, which join vintage antiques with elegant gemstones, Bublick gives back. She donates 13 percent of the profit on each item she sells to charities to stop the abuse of children...

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