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Condolences for Jeffrey T. Kurchinsky

Joe and Angie ZealbergSunday, August 7th

Dear Moira, Thomas, and Rachel,

What can we possibly say? We are so sorry. Jeff was a good husband and father, and we grieve with you.

Our love and prayers are with all of you.

God bless you through this difficult time.

Joe and Angie

Barb HughesMonday, August 8th

I'm so sorry to hear that Jeff passed away. I'm Jeff Hill's sister, and ever since he told me about Jeff having FTD, I couldn't stop thinking about him. I'm sure he is at peace now, although you (his family) will miss him terribly for a long time. It sounds like he was a great guy according to my brother. Prayers for your family to help you through this very difficult time. God bless you.

Madi KennedyMonday, August 8th

Jeff was a very special man. Ever since knowing him as a child, he was nothing but kind and welcoming to me whenever I was in his home. He was so much fun to be around and constantly made me laugh. I will always cherish the memories my family and I spent with him and I feel very blessed to have known him.

Olivia RybaMonday, August 8th

Uncle Jeff was truly a special man. He was smart, caring, and most of all, loving. He loved his whole family unconditionally. It truly is difficult to believe he’s gone, but I will forever cherish our many trips to Knoebels as well as the many family parties, dinners, and gatherings he celebrated with us. They won’t be the same without his jokes, stories, and laughs. To my only uncle, and the best uncle, rest in peace.

Pam RybaMonday, August 8th

When I was little, I remember Jeff reading to me a lot of times, running after the ice cream truck for me and running so fast that he fell (but got up and kept going), and always tickling me to the point where I was laughing so hard I could hardly breathe. I remember him being more excited than I was when I got my first bike one Christmas morning. When my name was called to receive my college diploma, I can still hear his voice above everyone else cheering for me as I walked across the stage. As we got even older, we shared more things in common so our 8 years difference in age didn’t seem to matter as much. I will miss you “Jeffy boy.” Life was cut too short for you. Thanks for all the memories and thanks for being my big brother.

John RybaMonday, August 8th

There are so many great memories of Jeff. Phillies games, Sixers, Ted Nugent at the Keswick. Adult beverages at the Polish Festival at Częstochowa. Lots of political discussions and A LOT of laughs. Who can forget the Thanksgiving Victory “tasting party “. You left us way too soon and you will be missed by everyone. Rest In Peace, Jeff.

Matt RybaMonday, August 8th

Some of the best highlights of my life were with my one and only Uncle Jeff. Of course the yearly Knoebels trips were some of my favorite childhood memories, especially when I went on the Phoenix for the first time with Uncle Jeff. My first concert was with him as well and was a heck of a fun night. Additionally, my first sixers game was with Uncle Jeff as well. He was my only uncle and I couldn't have asked for a better one who had a greatly humorous personality. His sharp decline was extremely underserving.

Karl LippertWednesday, August 10th

Please accept our deepest condolences. It is very sad to hear Jeff has passed on.
Jeff was a great friend and a great guy growing up…we played several sports together at a young age up through high school. I found this Warminster team baseball picture taken in 1972; with assistant coaches/Dads poised behind us, respectively.
We will never forget that Jeff K smile.
With heavy hearts,
Suzy & Karl Lippert
Liberty Township, OH

Neal KochFriday, August 19th

Moira and family, I am sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of working with Jeff at Wilsey Tool, he was my coworker in inspection, from 2000 until he left to go to work at Globus. I think of him and Mr. Bill Wilsey around May every year. Mr. Wilsey would walk into the inspection room and say "baseball starts soon", Jeff would, no matter what day it was, come up with exact number of days it was until opening day for the Phillies. I would remember going to the calendar, counting the days up, hoping to find his number to be off, but it never was.

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