Gerald J. Ferzetti – 03/21/2021

March 22nd, 2021

Gerald J. Ferzetti. 78, of Odgen, passed away on Sunday, March 21st at Naamans Creek Country Manor during a brief stay. He was born on June 23, 1942 in Philadelphia to the late Nicholas and Caroline Ferzetti. Jerry was raised in Prospect Park and graduated from Interboro High School with the class of 1962. He was the youngest of 9 children and he adored his siblings. Family was a priority in his life. He always looked forward to his gatherings with his brothers where they shared childhood stories and enjoyed Italian food. He also loved his daughters’ and neighbors’ (Bill and Linda Allison) home cooked meals. But he found the most enjoyment in going to his grandkids’ activities including their sports and dance recitals.
Jerry was a veteran of the US Army from 1964-1966 and served in Vietnam. He was a member of the American Legion.  He enjoyed fishing and spending time in Wildwood and Cape May, NJ.
Jerry worked at Westinghouse, the Philadelphia Navy Yard, and retired from Kimberly Clark in 2007.
In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his siblings Pauline O’Donnell, and Nick, Frank, Richard, and George Ferzetti. He is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Judith (McCoach) Ferzetti: children Stefanie Butz, Carol Riddle (Dave), Maryann DeKay, and Theresa Rushton (Chris); brothers, Jimmy and Fred Ferzetti; sister Connie Branton; grandchildren, Emily (Kyle), Tyler, Scott, Samantha, Luke, Christopher, and Brayden. He also leaves behind many nieces and nephews.
Jerry will be remembered fondly as a wonderful husband, father, grandfather, brother, and uncle. He had a great laugh, smile, and sense of humor.
His funeral mass will be held on Thursday, March 25th at 10:30 am at St. John Fisher Church 4225 Chichester Avenue Boothwyn, Pa. Friends and family are invited to call in the church from 9:30-10;30 with mass at 10:30. Burial will follow in Mt. Hope Cemetery, Aston, Pa. In Lieu of Flowers, donations in his name can be made to US Department of Veterans Affairs 1400 Blackhorse Hill Rd. Coatesville, PA 19320.
Friends and family that are not able to attend in person, but wish to participate virtually can use the following link to view the Funeral Mass

15 thoughts on “Gerald J. Ferzetti – 03/21/2021

  • By Betty Wenger on

    So sorry to Hear of your husband and Dads Passing. He was a wonderful man. My memory of him was back at Holy Saviour. Him and I and a group of people would count money and help with the selling of the tickets to make money for the church. Many a Tuesday night I spent talking to him. He always had a smile and made me laugh. My prayers are with you and your family at this time. I was so shocked when I went to church a few Sundays ago. I saw his name in the bulletin. I hope you are doing well Judy. Thinking of the family at this time. With Love, Betty Wenger

  • By Maggie and Bill Urban on

    So very sorry to hear of Jerry’s passing. He was always laughing and had a great smile. We loved when he and Judy visited at our site in the Beachcomber. We were happy to call them friends. Bill and I send our condolences. Tell your Mom she’s still the prettiest woman at the Beachcomber. Love to you all.

  • By Gloria Milnes on

    Judy and Family, Sending Heartfelt Sympathy in the Loss of Your Beloved Husband,(Father). He Truly will be Missed. Keeping All of You in My Thoughts and Prayers

  • By Elizabeth Ferzetti on

    To Judy and girls I just watched the beautiful mass
    For Jerry the priest gave a beautiful eulogy to Jerry so true he was so proud of all his Grandchildren would talk about everyone to me.
    I am sorry I didn’t tape
    them around kitchen table.he left you a legacy FERZETTI STRONG❤🙏🇺🇸 Aunt Libby

  • By Joyce Burian on

    Uncle Jerry always greeted us with a beautiful smile and hug. He radiated love, especially for Aunt Judy. They were a remarkable couple! A loving father, Grandfather, and Uncle, we’ll forever miss his warm heart, laughter and love. Thank you Uncle Jerry, love you so much. Rest In Peace.

  • By Jerry Gambino on

    I knew Jerry in junior high and high school. He was great friend. All his classmates at Interboro will miss him.

  • By Patt Hoellwarth on

    Jerry: I say the name and I see his smiling face. I say the name and I hear his laughter. I say the name and I am flooded with wonderful memories. I say the name and feel a deep sense of sorrow knowing that he is gone. Dearest Judy and family, I extend my love and condolences.

  • By Evelyn (Ferzetti) Allen on

    Ferzetti Family: I was saddened to hear of Jerry’s passing.

  • By Mary Rose Worrilow on

    Dear Carol and Family,
    So sorry for your loss. You are in my prayers!🙏🙏

  • By Amanda Hoffmann on

    I’m so sorry for your loss, sending loving thoughts and prayers to you all. Jerry’s wonderful sense of humor will not be forgotten, he always put a smile on my face at holiday get togethers and I’ll miss his wisecracking.

  • By Connee (Guzzardo) Steinberg on

    Judy and Family, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Jerry. I remember him well in high school and all the fun and laughs we shared. He sat next to me at graduation and he kept me laughing through the entire ceremony. Remember seeing you and him last at Booth’s Corner. It was always nice running into you guys there. Again, it breaks my heart to hear of his passing. Prayers to you and your family.

  • By Lorraine Schellinger on

    sorry for your loss

  • By Christine Spaeder on

    Mrs Ferzetti and to all of you beautiful ladies, I’m so sorry for the loss of your husband and dad. Love to all of you and your in my prayers & thoughts. With love, Chris, Mike, Alli and Michael Spaeder

  • By Catherine Possenti on

    So sorry for your loss. I didnt need to know him long to know what a wonderful man he was. His kindness and goodness resonated to all who were around him. Prayers for all the family during this difficult time.

  • By Donna DeKay on

    Ron and I send our sympathy and prayers to the Ferzetti family.

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