Joan Sincavage

Obituary of Joan Alexandria Sincavage

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Joan Lawryk Sincavage Obituary Joan Lawryk Sincavage, 85, passed away Wednesday, February 17, 2021 after a lengthy illness. Born October 27, 1935 in Wilkes-Barre, she was the daughter of the late Stella Hrynkiw Lawryk and Stephen Lawryk. A devoted and loving daughter, sister, wife, mother and grandmother, Joan enjoyed spending time with family and friends. Joan was a 1953 graduate of Coughlin High School. She started her career as a data entry operator at the US Social Security Administration’s Wilkes-Barre Data Operations Center. While raising her family, she promoted to numerous supervisory and special project positions before retiring after 30 years. In her spare time, Joan enjoyed gardening, golfing, sewing, knitting, needlepoint and various other crafts. Joan’s husband, Thomas Joseph Sincavage and her son, Thomas Joseph Sincavage Jr., both preceded her in death. Joan is survived by her daughter Ann McGlinchey, South Setauket, NY; sons Stephen Sincavage and wife Mary, Larksville, David Sincavage and wife Deneen, Shavertown, Mark Sincavage, Panama City, FL; granddaughters Kerry McGlinchey and Kelsie Sincavage; brother Eugene Lawryk, Mercerville, NJ; and sister Catherine Kendra, Harrisburg. A memorial service will be held Friday February 26, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. from St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish 116 Hughes St. Swoyersville, PA Masks and social distancing protocols will be in place. Memorial donations can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or a charity of your choice. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Edwards & Russin Funeral and Cremation Services Inc. 717 Main St. Edwardsville www.russincares.com
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Friday
26
February

Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 am - 11:00 am
Friday, February 26, 2021
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish
116 Hughes Street
Swoyersville, Pennsylvania, United States
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