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George M. Kucipak Dec 04, 1929 - Aug 27, 2017

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Ron Simmins says:

Submitted on: Sep 04, 2017

George it's so funny after your wife passed u seemed lost without her then u met my mother offering to lend a hand as u always did so many years ago.I got to kno u after that cause u were always so kind n i always looked up to u because u were a man's man a real man from the oldschool who was always there to come in house n say come on Ronnie lets go to work and u instilled that in me a work ethic doing work with u (the work ethic that I have to this day)n no matter what u never turned ur back on me n my mother.my mother loves u to death and so do I and always will we r truly devastated. I remember your brothers but Jimmy especially n how all ur brothers meant so much to u.George thank u for treating my kids like gold. u loved all my kids to death n my mother n myself n I love you so much George u were like a father to me since I was a boy.My mom is trying to be strong but is devastated.At this moment out of respect for YOU and nobody else I will not bring it up at the moment but I feel me n my mother deserve answers what happened to u.We were told nothing.


Mark Palmer says:

Submitted on: Sep 04, 2017

George Dear George,. You must know how deeply saddened I was over your loss. You were one of my dearest friends (neighbor) and will be sorely missed. We have many people in our lives Family, neighbors and friends But no one knows us quite as well Or shares our deepest secrets The teasing and comradely with laughs we have shared will always be with me. "Friendship does not end at death. It is eternal."Good by my friend for now!


Bob says:

Submitted on: Sep 02, 2017

George, It is so funny that I met you when I was just a teen and I belonged to Friendship. Even funnier was when I realized I used to haul your father's groceries from the Linwood Market to Johnson Avenue in my little red wagon when I was just a little kid. It was years later when I started dating Lynn that I realized you were related. You were a noble man and came from a great family. I remember Aunt Margie putting in a good word and helped me get into Scott Paper. Before we were family, we were friends; when I married Lynn, we became "friendly family." Thank you for the person you were! I am going to miss my friend and uncle. You were a role model in the firehouse and in the everyday world. I loved you, George. I miss you.


Lynn says:

Submitted on: Sep 02, 2017

Uncle Georgie, You were the last Kucipak left for us to enjoy. Bobby and I grew so much closer to you over the last year. We enjoyed your sense of humor and your LOVE of the beach. Never have I seen two men who loved to go out for breakfast as much as you two did. I am especially happy that Luke got to know his Great-Great Uncle Georgie; he cherishes that "bird" calendar that you gave him. He remembers everything you taught him about the different birds pictured on it. Most of all, Luke prizes the memories he now has of "your" hummingbirds at the beach. He is making his Daddy put out hummingbird feeders so he can watch his own hummingbirds. Thanks for being a great uncle, a terrific family member, and for your service to our country. I always think of you and Aunt Margie when I look at the big gold mirror you two gave me that hangs over our piano. It's been there for years and it will remain there. Good bye, Uncle Georgie. I remember you when I was just a little girl in Gardendale, and you will be missed -- especially on January 6th. That was a lifelong tradition that I promise you will continue for as long as I can make it happen. Pirogies and raisin bread will live on every year as they did every year in the past. You will be missed by each of us on our next January 6th! Love, Lynnie and Bobby


Melanie says:

Submitted on: Aug 29, 2017

I'll miss you Uncle Georgie. You could be seen always smiling, and I enjoyed listening to your stories. Rest easy, sweet, sweet you!


George M. Kucipak, a lifelong resident of Lower Chichester, age 87, died on August 27, 2017. George retired from Allied Chemical after many years of service and he was a lifelong member of Friendship Fire Co., in Linwood, PA. George was a proud and highly decorated U.S. Army Veteran who served during the Korean Conflict. He enjoyed spending time at his beach house in Bethany Beach, DE., traveling to Hawaii, and listening to Hawaiian music.

He was the husband of the late Margaret (Swanson) Kucipak, and brother of the late Mary Long, Helen Perkins, Anne Ciszkowski, Alexander Kucipak, and James Kucipak.

SURVIVORS: 4 Nieces: Helen Perkins Durbano, Lynn Perkins O'Boyle, Deborah Ciszkowski, and Peggy Kucipak and many great nieces and nephews.

Visitation: Tuesday, September 5, 2017 from 10:00-10:45am at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home Ltd., 5980 Chichester Ave., Aston, PA. Funeral Service: Tuesday at 11:00 am at Nolan-Fidale Funeral Home Burial: Tuesday at Immaculate Heart Of Mary Cemetery, Linwood. In Lieu of Flowers: Home Care & Hospice, 240 Radnor Chester Rd., Suite 100, Radnor, PA 19087. Condolences: nolanfidale.com

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Begins: Sep 05, 2017 11:00am - 11:45am

5980 Chichester Ave

Aston, PA 19014

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Immaculate Heart Of Mary Cemetery

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Sep 05, 2017 12:30pm - 1:00pm

1701 Market Street

Linwood, PA 19061

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