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Judith Ann Feyas Nov 20, 1942 - Jun 04, 2019

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Judith Ann Feyas, age 76, died June 4, 2019. She was a lifelong resident of Wallingford, PA and was a graduate of Notre Dame High School.

Judith spent her younger years traveling the world. She enjoyed the New York lifestyle and lived and worked in New York for many years. Judith loved reading and was a fan of many authors. She also was a fan of The Philadelphia Phillies and Eagles and she was a lifelong member of St. John Chrysostom Church.

She was the daughter of the late John and the late Agnes (Malinowski) Feyas.

SURVIVORS: Son: Jeremy Feyas and Daughter in law Maureen; Brother: Thomas Feyas and sister in law Corrine; Grandchildren: Brianna, Liam and Scarlett; and several nieces and nephews.

VISITATION:  Wednesday 10-10:45 am at St. John Chrysostom Church, 617 S. Providence Road, Wallingford, PA. Funeral Mass:  Wednesday at 11:00 am at St. John Chrysostom Church. BURIAL:  Private. In lieu of flowers: donations can be made to Riddle Hospice at https://www.mainlinehealth.org/ways-to-give/homecare-and-hospice-foundation/make-a-gift-online  or Cat Nip Rescue at http://catniprescue.org./

 

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St. John Chrysostom Church

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Begins: Jun 12, 2019 11:00am - 12:00pm

617 S. Providence Road

Wallingford, PA 19086

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Patrick says:

Submitted on: Jun 11, 2019

So sorry for your Loss Jeremy. Your mom was a sweet spirit. She always made me feel like she was my Aunt also. Hope you find comfort in knowing how much she was loved. I am going to try and pay my respect but if i cant i wish you peace mmm


Marie Buzzeo says:

Submitted on: Jun 07, 2019

Judy was full of light and love. Her laugh was infectious. Her passion to learn new things and always do her best, made her a great business person and very instrumental in the success of many of the companies she touched. She left a positive mark on everyone she worked with but left us much too early.


Jane Lefante says:

Submitted on: Jun 06, 2019

For very few of us, it takes little to no effort to be a kind, caring and unassuming person in everyday life. Judy was one of those few. She would always time it right to brighten my day with pictures of her family, a silly dog picture, a touching proverb. She was fun and interesting to talk with. She was a friend who'd just be there to listen and let you know she cared…She will be missed dearly.


Catherine Weiss-Celley says:

Submitted on: Jun 06, 2019

Judy was one of my mom’s favorite people. She came to our family’s Christmas dinners some years. She was bubbly, and loved to laugh, read books, talk about movies, loved and lived in New York City awhile. She had been a cherished friend of my late sister who died in ‘76 from leukemia; they shared books and movie talk and Judy crumpled into a ball when she came to comfort my mother after Patty died: she loved Patty as a kindred spirit. Just knowing Judy would be visiting was a highlight of a barbecue. She is missed. The world is a lot emptier. I hope Patty and her can be talking about books again. Mom and her became lunch buddies years ago when they worked at the Franklin Mint (which was like a “Mad Men” episode everyday)—they formed a small group of close friends there. She was a treasured person.


Joseph Abrecka Grimes says:

Submitted on: Jun 06, 2019

My mother Dorothy Abrecka, who just passed, was a great friend to Judy and their cousin Carol Malinowski Farrell. Judy, like my mother and Carol are in my prayers everyday and I can assure you that they will be waiting for the rest of us to arrive.



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