Obituaries

Judith A. Ferzetti – 12/6/2021

December 7th, 2021

Judith A. Ferzetti, 73, of Ogden passed away peacefully on December 6th after a short stay at Naamans Creek Country Manor.  She was born in Darby to the late William and Gladys McCoach.  Judy was raised in Ridley Park and was a graduate of Cardinal O’Hara High School with the class of 1966.  She resided in Ogden for 52 years and was a member of Holy Saviour and St. John Fisher Churches.  She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother.  In her earlier years she worked as a teaching assistant in the Chichester School District.  She was an avid reader, enjoyed putting puzzles together, traveling and spending time in Cape May.  She most especially enjoyed spending time with her 7 grandchildren, and great-granddaughter.

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her Husband of 52 years, Gerald Ferzetti who passed away in March of this year; brother, Thomas McCoach.

She is survived by her daughters, Stefanie Butz, Carol Riddle (Dave), Maryann DeKay, and Theresa Rushton (Chris); brothers, William, Joseph, and Patrick McCoach; son-in-law, Don DeKay; grandchildren, Emily (Kyle), Tyler, Scott, Samantha, Luke, Christopher, Brayden; great-granddaughter, Norah; devoted home care providers, Patty & Gladys who were compassionate companions and care providers to her.

Her Funeral Mass will be held on Saturday, December 11th at 10am at St. John Fisher Church 4225 Chichester Ave. Boothwyn, Pa.  Friends and family are invited to her viewing from 9-10am in Church.  Burial will follow in Mt. Hope Cemetery.  For those family and friends who are unable to attend in person, Mass will be live-streamed through St. John Fisher Church’s Facebook page.  In lieu of flowers, Donations in her name can be made to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society at Donate | National Multiple Sclerosis Society (nationalmssociety.org)

6 thoughts on “Judith A. Ferzetti – 12/6/2021

  • By Richard and Diana Crowther on

    Our condolences to the Ferzetti family. I had no idea Judy has passed until I stood next to the estate sale sign today at the corner. I was in disbelief. Judy was such a soft spoken kind soul. Always had a smile. Gerry also. We will miss our neighbors of 27+ years.

  • By Diane Lentz on

    Stefanie,Emily & Tyler, So Sorry for your loss.
    Been thinking about you. May you have Peace at this Time & Always. Love, Diane

  • By Dianne Cree on

    So sorry to hear about your Mom. You are in my prayers.

  • By Gloria Milnes on

    Judy, I will always miss your smile and the memories we shared, to your beautiful Daughters, Stefanie, Carol, Maryann, & Theresa. Your mother will always be with You, in the life she shared and Love she Showed. May the memories of her Comfort You and Bring You Peace, With Heartfelt Sympathy, Gloria Milnes

  • By Katie McCoach Lynch on

    I will miss you, Aunt Judy. You were always a kind, amazing, thoughtful Aunt. I’m glad you are with Uncle Jerry now. I know you two will be laughing together again.

    I’m so sorry to my cousins who lost both of their amazing parents this year. I love you all.

  • By Patt Hoellwarth on

    Judy, Judy, Judy. The first year you came to the family reunion in your wheelchair, pushed by Jerry of course, my sister Sandy greeted you with a big hug. “Judy,” she exclaimed, “it’s so good to see you.” She paused for a beat and then said, “Don’t get up.” You, and the rest of us standing around, roared with laughter. Yesterday, it was time for you to get up from your wheelchair. It was time to get up and dance with the angels.

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