Madeline C. Csercsevits, 92, of Delran, passed away peacefully at home on March 26, 2013. She was surrounded by members of her loving family.
Born and raised in Macon, Ga, she was pre-deceased by her parents: Charles and Donna (Adkins) Swearingen. She was also pre-deceased by her loving husband of 50 years Joseph A (SEP) Csercsevits. She lived in Roebling, NJ and then resided in Delran for the past 66 years.
Madeline is survived by three sisters: Frankie DelGuidice of Hartford, Ct, and Virginia Bruce Ward and Ellen Massey, both of Macon, Ga. She is also survived by three children: Air Force Lt. Col. (Ret) Martin B Csercsevits and his wife Ursula of Mt. Holly, Kevin G. Csercsevits of Atlantic City and Gail C. Baxter of Marlton.
She is also survived by grandchildren Joseph M. Csercsevits and his wife Gina of Valley Forge, PA; Beth C. Wykle, Ph.D, and her husband Mark of Chester Springs, PA; Jeffery M. Csercsevits, Esquire, of Conschocken, PA and Thomas J. Baxter of Marlton. She was adored by great grandchildren Vincent and Jeremy Csercsevits and Benjamin and Elyse Wykle. She has numerous nieces and nephews in GA.
A past member of the Roebling Post 39 American Legion Auxiliary, she was a communicant of St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church in Riverside. She was an active member of Jesus the Good Shepherd/St. Peter’s Church and was also a member of the Delran Service Citizens Group. Madeline worked as the assistant clerk for Delran Township for 20 years before she retired in 1987.
Madeline’s family would also like to thank Dee Moore. Dee served as her aide for the past 15 months, allowing Madeline to live comfortably in her own home until she was called to Heaven. During that time they developed a strong bond of friendship and trust.
Come celebrate Madeline’s 92 wonderful years Monday from 6-8 PM and Tuesday from 9-10 AM at Sweeney Funeral Home, Riverside. Mass of Christian Burial to follow at 10:30 AM at Jesus the Good Shepherd Church (St. Peter’s Site), 101 Middleton St. Riverside, NJ 08075. Interment in Holy Assumption Cemetery, Roebling. In lieu of flowers memorial gifts may be given to the church.