Edward J. Stencler – 7/29/2022

August 1st, 2022

Edward J. Stencler of Upper Chichester passed away on July 29th at his home.  He was raised in Upper Chichester and was a graduate of Chichester High School. Ed worked for Boeing as a mechanic for 30 years until his retirement.  He liked to work on cars and boats.  He also enjoyed music, and his foot was always tapping to some beat he had in his head.  What he enjoyed most was spending time with his family.   He is now happily reunited with the love of his life, Lucy.

He was predeceased by his Wife, Lucy Stencler; father, Pete Stencler.  He is survived by his son, Edward Stencler II (Ann Rose Schnell); mother, Roxanna Stencler Probus and her husband, Paul; brothers, John Stencler (Bonnie), Daniel Stencler (Holly), Pete Stencler (Tammy); sister, Roxanna Pellegrino (John)

His funeral mass will be held on Monday, August 8th at 10:30am at St. John Fisher Church 4225 Chichester Ave., Boothwyn, Pa.  Friends and family are invited for visitation from 9:30-10:30am in church.  Burial will be held privately at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Aston, PA.

11 thoughts on “Edward J. Stencler – 7/29/2022

  • By Lois Lee Buchanan on

    My deepest condolences to the entire Stencler family. We went onto to live our own lives for many years. This past year we were able to talk or FaceTime regularly and it was like no time had past. Ed will always have a special place in my heart. I regret that I did not make the 850 mile journey to see him when he invited me. Rest In Peace. We will see each other again.

  • By Debbie Brady on

    My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family for the loss of Ed.🙏🏻 ❣️

  • By Danielle Laird on

    Back on Johnson Ave Was The Best Days Thank You For Welcoming Us Into Your Home To Bake Cookies Making us Our Jewish Apple Cake, Walking In And Playing With Sabastion When ever We Wanted Too , Love You Uncle Ed May You Rest In Peace I Will Never Forget You

  • By Holly Ailes on

    A sensitive and quiet soul always trying to do the right things for friends and family. I was lucky to be included in his world. He made me feel more like a sister than a sister in law. Give Lucy a hug for me.

  • By Warren D Hardy on

    Rest in peace, Mr. Ed.
    I’m going to miss you.

  • By Annemarie & Jake Gibilante on

    Our prayers are with you and your family in this time of sorrow!

  • By Stacey Ruh on

    Ed spent a lot of time with John and I laughing Enjoying movies of all types We would share coffee and dinner times together,Ed was a caring and loving man He was part of our family We miss you already Ed

  • By John and Bonnie Stencler on

    Ed was a wonderful brother very loyal and kind We had so much fun growing up we were always a tight family always having dinners cookouts and gatherings when ever we could All 4 brothers as we got older worked on cars motorcycles we had our own raft went on wild white water trips together camped when ever we could with our sister too He always offered to help on fixing cars or house painting what ever was needed after we we all married with our own families He loved his wife and son with all his heart and was very sad when his wife Lucy passed He was always extremely proud of his son Ed Jr It was just too soon to loose him he will be very so greatly missed

  • By Nancy Connelly on

    My heart felt condolences to the family especially his son and his mom. Prayers to all. RIP Ed.

  • By John Ruh on

    Ed and I had the last three years having coffee and just sharing our lives I cannot begin to say ,How much Ed improved my life on a daily basis .Ed was my best friend and I miss Ed.Im quite heartbroken or Ed’s passing Thank you Ed. God Bless you Ed

  • By John Rocco Stencler Jr. on

    I love you and will miss you Uncle Ed

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