Edna Mae Koszalinski – 8/22/2020

August 26th, 2020

Edna Mae Koszalinski, aged 61, died early Saturday morning, August 22nd, at her home in Boothwyn, Pennsylvania.

Born and raised in Chester, Pennsylvania, Edna Mae spent her adult life on both ends of the East Coast. She started her family in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and later spent many years with her late-husband and two sons as a proud Floridian.

Her family and friends hold close to their hearts’ memories of Edna’s enthusiasm for the beach, her talents with crochet, her love for her kitty, Ashley, and her lifelong support for the Philadelphia Eagles. Edna was a passionate fan of her home team, cheering along with every televised game. On the night of the 2018 Superbowl against the New England Patriots, Edna and family celebrated together the long-awaited championship win.

Edna Mae is predeceased by her husband, Gary Koszalinski. She is survived by her children, Jeff and Jason Bandy, her daughter-in-law, Rebecca Bandy, her mother, Grace Costa, and her grandchildren, Trinity Implazo, Tatyana Bandy, Leland Bandy, Matthew Bandy, Sean Bandy, and James Bandy. She is also survived by two younger brothers, four younger sisters, and many nieces and nephews.

Services will be held Tuesday, September 1 at Ward Funeral Home located at 1459 Market Street, Linwood, Pennsylvania. All are welcome to attend the graveside service, at Mount Hope Cemetery in Aston, at 12:30 pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations towards the service can be made to either Grace Costa or through the following GoFundMe link:

3 thoughts on “Edna Mae Koszalinski – 8/22/2020

  • By Mary Lou on

    Grace and Family,. I am so saddened to hear of Edna Mae passing. Please know you are all in my prayers. Sending you all love.

  • By Linda Gartside on

    To all of Edna Mae family I want to say how very sorry I am for your loss. I’m so glad to have known Edna as a very close friend of mine and my family. She was a caring fun loving person and really funny. I will always remember the great times we had together.

  • By Jimmy Austin on

    What can I say? Edna was such a good spirit. I’ve known her all my life. She used to baby me when our moms would go out. We both share a passion for our Eagles. I will miss you Edna, and I will never forget you. Give my mom a kiss from me when you see. I will see when I get home.

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